Six Words

Six Words

Author : Surendra Kumar Sagar

Classification Philosophy
Pub Date 2014
Imprint Amaryllis Titles
Page Extent 262
Binding PB
Language English
ISBN 978-93-81506-57-8
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about book

"Science, philosophy, and religion combine into one breathtaking journey in Surendra Kumar Sagar’s fascinating debut, Six Words.

Starting with the complex theory of evolution, Sagar explores the entire range of the world’s scientific history with unparalleled energy. Using analysis, examples, and his unique insight, the author provides readers a glimpse into the possibility of an existential truth that can one day bind the universe together.

Sagar uses quantum physics as the backdrop against which he investigates intricate philosophical questions. His emphasis on the works of major scientists and thinkers grounds his research in real world theories and findings.

With an eye toward appealing to all readers, Six Words contains enough basic explanations about quantum physics within the first fifty pages to allow even the most unscientific reader to understand and appreciate the impact of Sagar’s findings.

Impressive in its scope, Six Words discusses some of the most pressing topics of our time, including the existence of a probabilistic universe, the notion of “one mind,” and the meaning of God and religion. Sagar ultimately manages to raise the question of how humans can come together to change the course of history."

About author

"Surendra Kumar Sagar earned a BS from Bombay University with a focus on math, physics, and statistics, as well as a BS in civil engineering from Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology five years later.

With over fifty years of experience in the design and construction business, Sagar presently works as the technical director of design and engineering for Total Environment Building Systems and is a member of the Institution of Engineers India.

Sagar currently lives with his wife in Bangalore, India. They have two sons and three grandchildren."