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am 7. März 2002
Ein excellent recheriertes Buch über die Rätsel der Wissenschaft wenn es um Themen wie Homöopathie, Quantenphysik, Lichtinformation, PSI - Phänomene und den möglichen Erklärungen wieso und wie allles zusammenhängt geht. Die Autorin versteht es die modernen Erkenntnisse der Wissenschaft auf diesen Gebieten zusammenzutragen und gut zu präsentieren. Einzig die Ergebnisse die bezgl. der TM - Meditation berichtet werden, stimmen nach meinen Informationen nicht. Ansonsten aber eine Fundgrube. Ich wünsche dem Buch eine deutsche Übersetzung.
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am 27. August 2005
"The Field" holds many synonyms: ZeroPointEnergy, VacuumEnergy, CosmicEnergy, AetherEnergy, OrgonEnergy or TachyonEnergy.
All those names have originated in their particular area of research and automatically occurred for a very good reason: they are an indication for the existence of an energy field, which could be also called the "mother of all energy fields" - an energy field being the cause for all (also supernatural) phenomena, events and occurrences in the whole universe, no matter in what sector of natural science you do your investigation.
With a vast spectrum of diverse examples the author demonstrates the existence for such an ancestral energy field which demotes every formerly known and seemingly causal origin as a mere symptom.
"The Field - the quest for the secret force of the universe" - with more people being aware of this excellent book, I hope, this force won't be a secret any longer and finally benefit humanity.
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VINE-PRODUKTTESTERam 26. Januar 2011
Dieses Buch ist ein MUSS in der heutigen Zeit. Ob in Deutsch (das Nullpunktfeld) oder Englisch. Es werden wunderbare Entwicklungen und Erklärungen über unser jetziges Leben
geschrieben. Was für Entdeckungen gemacht wurden und in wie weit sich unser Leben ändert, mit und ohne unser Zutun. Wir sind ein Teil des Universums, das sollte man wissen!
Unsere geistigen Möglichkeiten, das schlummernde Potenzial in uns, dieses Wissen sollte man sich gönnen.
Wer sich für Physik, Chemie, Energie im Allgemeinen und im Speziellen interessiert, dem ist dieses Buch sehr zu empfehlen.
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am 20. August 2006
This book examines developments at the frontiers of science. Schroedinger, Heisenberg, Bohr and Pauli were the pioneers of quantum physics, but numerous scientists in various disciplines have been conducting experiments that reveal profound new possibilities in our view of the universe. The author investigates the work of those scientists who are at the cutting edge of exploration, all with reference to the life force, universal energy field or Zero Point Field, an ocean of microscopic vibrations. It would appear that evidence is mounting that the universe is one vast quantum field.

Part One: The Resonating Universe, looks at the work of amongst others, Rupert Sheldrake, Fritz Albert Popp, Robert O Becker, Jacques Benveniste and Karl Pribram. The theory of the universe as a collection of resonating frequencies is here examined. Part Two: The Extended Mind, explores the work of inter alia Helmut Schmidt, Jahn & Dunne and Puthoff & Targ. The topics include nonlocality, remote influence and viewing, dreams, clairvoyance, ESP, precognition, the nature of time and how the observer influences the observed, like quantum particles.

Part Three: Tapping into the Field, deals with the experiments of for example Elisabeth Targ and her positive findings of remote healing in AIDS cases, and the work of William Braud, Dean Radin and Roger Nelson. The concept of collective consciousness is fascinating. The speculations include the possibility that negative consciousness is like a germ that infects large numbers of people and could produce evil like the Inquisition, Hitler and the Salem Witch Trial.

On the other hand, positive consciousness might give rise to great periods in history, like the Renaissance and many benign popular trends. The question of the existence of emotional and intellectual synchronicity is addressed here. McTaggart also looks at developments in artificial intelligence and considers how these recent discoveries might influence the future. They are hinting at an immense human potential, validating alternative medicine and confirming some mythical and religious beliefs. The author believes that this scientific revolution has forever ended the concept of dualism.

The book contains notes by chapter, a vast bibliography and an index. McTaggart has performed a great service by making the research of a large number of scientists known to a wide popular audience. Sometimes the reading pleasure is lost in the overly detailed descriptions of various experiments and their preparation. Also, the physical descriptions of the scientists under discussion are often a bit irritating and unnecessary, although it might have been done to keep the narrative accessible and conversational.
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am 7. Mai 2012
A great book and an eye-opener as how our universe is made of. Quantum physics can show that everything that matters is basically an electro-magnetic wave. Scientist can demonstrate that and know that. What they do not know is: when is the particle matter and when is it electro-magnetic impulse? All we know so far is, that human observation playes a part in it, which leads us exactly to the concept, that all we are experiencing is a creation of ourselves!!!

I highly recommend this book.
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am 8. März 2014
I met Lynne McTaggert a few months ago in London. I think she is a great and responsible journalist. She told, it took her many years to finish this book because of the large investigation she had to do. No extravagant imagination, like so many other books in this field, but trustworthy and therefore recommendable.
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am 10. August 2013
"The FIELD" Es ist ein ganz tolles Buch, einfach großartig! Es wurde mir empfohlen und es hat mich nicht enttäuscht.
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am 19. Oktober 2014
I was very disappointed by this book. The author is herself not a scientist and thus her interpretations of scientists work amounted to what could only be pseudoscience. I would have preferred an anthology, to read the original sources and not have it reinterpreted through the eyes of a journalist.
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