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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. What the Bleep Do We Know!? Este un film care zguduie din temelii perceptia si atitudinea umana, un film care a creat fani printre toate nivelurile de receptare, inteligenta si cunoastere.

Fizica cuantica a proceselor noastre interioare si granitele exterioare ale universului cunoscut sunt cele ce trebuie recunoscute. What the Bleep Do We Know?! Apoi, esti dus mai departe, la marginea exterioara a granitei cunoasterii noastre stiintifice despre constiinta, perceptie, chimia corpului si structura creierului. Din ce este facuta realitatea? Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages.

More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. How can I read this book? Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. Sort order. View 1 comment. I saw the movie and decided that in order to digest the incredible amount of information presented, that I would do well to read the book.

I wasn't sorry. This is a fascinating read and it made the movie come to life for me by reiterating the scientific principles introduced therein. I am not a scientist and most of this information was brand new to me, so having it presented in print as well as in video made it much more understandable and easier to study in depth since it is easier to turn ba I saw the movie and decided that in order to digest the incredible amount of information presented, that I would do well to read the book.

I am not a scientist and most of this information was brand new to me, so having it presented in print as well as in video made it much more understandable and easier to study in depth since it is easier to turn back the page than it is to reverse the movie. This book made such an impression on me that I bought a copy for my 86 year old mother and she devoured it, too! Quantum physics and its philosophical implications are real mind-benders.

This really encouraged me to question a lot of long held assumptions and to begin exploring new ways of perceiving the world we live in. Ok, now this is what I'm talking about. This is a perfect example of an author taking perfectly healthy physics and turning it into a cult. By the time you finish this book, you feel as though you have been told, "All science aside This book is a rape of good science and the physicists who work long and hard in its discovery.

When you get the psyc Ok, now this is what I'm talking about. When you get the psyche involved like this, and a bunch of people looking for alternate realities to believe in, you get What the Bleep Do We Know!? Valid experiments are twisted into accepting the paradox of Shrodinger's cat which was published for the purpose of pointing out that it is ridiculous to believe in such nonsense.

Still, some people do. What the Bleep do We Know!? It is saying, "Yeah! Isn't that the coolest thing?! This is probably the deepest state of fiction I have ever read. There is no nonfiction about this book and it should be categorized as such.

I literally read this book laughing my guts out. The only reason why I gave it two starts is because it was so funny. I'm surprised it was published for any other reason. Any takers on this book don't get it. The movie was also great. Maybe better than the book one of the truly rare cases and maybe it would be hard to get the book if you didn't watch the movie. Still, the concepts in the book are revolutionary and life changing. I like to think that I use quantum physics on a daily basis.

OK, I have no issue with the overall message of the book but there are some serious issues with the so-called science here, and it should be read with some big time caution. For starters, a lot of their experts are suspect.

At one point they had an MD talking about quantum mechanics - what part of medical school prepares doctors to be experts in physics??? And I'd read afterwards that a few of their experts felt that what they'd said had been taken way out of context and twisted to support what OK, I have no issue with the overall message of the book but there are some serious issues with the so-called science here, and it should be read with some big time caution. And I'd read afterwards that a few of their experts felt that what they'd said had been taken way out of context and twisted to support what the authors wanted to say.

If that weren't cause for concern, the authors also tend to make conclusions based on really bad science and crazy illogical leaps. They go on and on about the Heisenberg uncertainty principle, and how observing quantum particles changes their behaviour.

My understanding was that the 'act of observing' refers to the energy used by the machine to pinpoint the location of the electron, not the act of the scientist thinking about finding the electron. A lot of the rest of their book rests on this mangling of the uncertainty principle. They also talk about the quantum physics of cell microtubules think of them as a cell's "skeleton".

I admit I'm not a microtubule expert, but I was under the impression that all human cells had these, not just neurons. So I'm confused as to why the quantum physics of just microtubules out of all the crazy chemicals and chemical reactions going on in cells would have an impact on just neurons, even though all cell types have them Anyway, bad science rant aside, I also had to look up this Ramtha person they cite left, right and centre.

So read the book, feel empowered about your ability to control and change your life, be inspired by the message to look at old things in new ways, challenge your concept of reality I know they've taken liberties with the science I am familiar with, which makes me seriously wonder about the science they cite that I'm not as familiar with.

Life changing for me. Hearing neuro- scientists, quantum physicists, and spiritualists talk about the same thing - consciousness - and where that boundary is, whether we can harness it, and what we can create if we do.

If one truly thinks about "us" as humans relative to the universe assuming size isn't just a complete construct , are we not just particles too? If you're not open or interested, why pursue reading something like this? Reading the book actually made the movie even more enjoyable Life changing for me. Reading the book actually made the movie even more enjoyable. Now I own the movie too. What the Bleep Do We Know : Discovering the Endless Possibilities for Altering Your Everyday Reality tries to link science and spirituality, yet both of these components seem far off in the book itself.

Furthermore, it tries far too hard to push the message that we can all create our own awesome realities because we can physically change the world if we think hard enough, thanks to quantum physics!

View all 4 comments. I should preface this by saying that when I first read this book five or six years ago, I completely bought into every claim it made. I mean I literally took for granted that these people had done their research and that somehow all of these amazing things had flown under the radar of science. If you had asked me at the time what I thought of it, I would probably have listed it in my top five favorite books and as the most influential book I had ever read.

As a chemistry major in college, I was I should preface this by saying that when I first read this book five or six years ago, I completely bought into every claim it made. As a chemistry major in college, I was fascinated by the claims made in the book, especially those that had to do with the "memory of water. I honestly thought I could be famous, possibly Nobel Prize famous.

There is one thing I must give this book credit for, and that is that it started my long journey into the world of scientific skepticism, true atheism, and rationality.

As I researched the claims made in the book, I increasingly realized that no real scientists believe any of the claims, and that no good research had ever backed any of the claims. It was all anecdotal evidence and scam artistry. This book is truly irresponsible, as it tricks gullible people who are curious about the deeper aspects of life into believing a litany of absurd things.

It is basically anti-science and solipsism. I intend to review this book at length once I have more time and have my thoughts in order.

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