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I was excited to get this book, but it was over my head. Too scientific for me. I was hoping for a more laypersons review of eastern religions and physics, and the parallels. I couldn't wait for it to end.
This subject is very fascinating to me but this book was hard to listen to. I kept falling asleep. I could not finish listening.
The concepts of this book are surprising and enlightening. The delivery is boring and, unintendidly, will put you into a deep relaxed sleep. Also the physics is fairly basic, if you know the basics of relativity and quantum theory it will all be review for you. This topic is interesting, but this book is boring.
I couldn't stay focused on listening to the book, and I didn't finish it because of this. I've read (listened to) Steven Hawking's Universe in a Nutshell and found it fasinating. but Tao of Physics bored me to tears. I'm glad I stoped reading it in favor of other more interesting books.
FRITJOF CAPRA received his Ph.D. in theoretical physics from the University of Vienna and has written and lectured extensively about the philosophical implications of modern science. He is the author of "The Web of Life," "The Turning Point and Uncommon Wisdom," Currently a director of the Center for Ecoliteracy in Berkeley, California, he lives in Berkeley with his wife and daughter.