Observer by Robert Lanza and Nancy Kress


“Know in thyself and All one self-same soul; Banish the dream that sunders part from whole.” 

Hindu Poem

Observer is a remarkable novel that weaves Quantum Mechanics and Biocentricism elements into a startling and thoughtful narrative of what if…

  • What if our consciousness creates our perceived reality?
  • What if we could tweak our bio-processors to alter the algorithms responsible for our perception of said reality, and what would it mean to humankind’s conception of life, death and the afterlife?

The past, like the future, is indefinite and exists only as a spectrum of possibilities.

Stephen Hawking

Robert Lanza and Nancy Kress take the former’s concepts of consciousness and the latter’s splendid ability to write speculative science fiction to weave a thrilling and fast-paced plot (based on hard science) of what it means to be human-centric observers in a universe based on Quantum mechanical processes. 

I highly recommend it!

To see a World in a Grain of Sand / And a Heaven in a Wild Flower, / Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand / And Eternity in an hour.

William Blake

Khalid Muhammad Abdul-Mumin

An obsessive compulsive Sci-Fi/Fantasy enthusiast || INTP hermit || Lover of all things Esoteric and Arcane

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