United Spectrum: The Unity of Nature and the Division of Man
Publication date: February 2011
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To understand the unbalanced planet, we must examine nature and humanity both individually and as a whole. In United Spectrum, author Levi Morris explores the unity of nature and its relationship to human behaviors in six parts. Morris reviews the senses and their common interpretations, such as consciousness, ego, fear, doubt, belief, and biological needs and behaviors. He examines humanity's effects, including the continuation and escalation of war, a growth economy resting on fossil fuels, the abuse of surroundings, and overpopulation. He proposes that aspects of life considered to be humdrum can actually be instead fascinating. Additionally, his work combines fractal and Euclidean geometry with concepts like nothingness, infinity, and symmetry to show how nature is expressed. It explains the physics of electromagnetism, gravity, spacetime, and quantum mechanics as the singular beauty of nature. It also explores teaching, its limitations, and describes the relationship between life, death, duality, and unity. Capturing the essence of natural and human behaviors, United Spectrum investigates the universe's unity and beauty, the reasons it's misunderstood, and how this limited view affects the world.