Quantum Jump

Quantum Jump

A Survival Guide for the New Renaissance

Unknown - 1998
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Quantum Jump was written for individuals trying to make sense of the rapid social and political changes overtaking their lives. Clement explains how our civilization is undergoing a translation similar to the European Renaissance, the development of managed agriculture or the invention of writing. Each of these eras brought about new world-views and broadened the intellectual scope through which we perceive our world. The Renaissance was triggered by the discovery of perspective -- the means to manipulate three dimensions -- and implemented by the bill of exchange and new mathematics. Our newest.
Publisher: Toronto : Insomniac Press, ©1998.
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1 online resource (484 pages)


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