Science without religion is lame
(PRWeb UK) October 14, 2009
Lawrence Conyers is proud to introduce his first book, The Theory and Practice of Time Travel: (On The Plausibility of Temporal Displacement).
The book is about what happens when you start to think, just for a moment, about the real-world implications of time travel. It's not just physics, its intelligent philosophy, theology and a bucketload of off-beat humour all mixed up in a delicious cake.
Lawrence Conyers is better known as a professional photographer but has, in a varied but interesting career, been an actor, musician, videographer, animator and museum-exhibit designer. He said:
"The purpose of this book is to answer the question: "OK, how do I do it? I want to see a dinosaur. I don't have a space-ship and there are no wormholes in my back garden - what do I do?
"Possible Answer 1: Borrow Richard Branson's Rocket ship and zoom off before he notices...
Possible Answer 2: Work out what reality is first, then work out how you worked that out. The answer is of course to read the book."
The science and physics is presented in a light hearted and easy way, the philosophy is deeply thought provoking and the theology... well, as Einstein said. "Science without religion is lame".
Lawrence admits that although he is fluent in the language of utter nonsense, in fact, quite a lot of some of this book actually makes sense.