Dancing in the Dark: The “Waltz in Wonder” of Quantum Metaphysics by Ronald Keast, PhD

Dancing in the Dark: The “Waltz in Wonder” of Quantum Metaphysics
Ronald Keast, PhD
iUniverse (2009)
ISBN 9781440136955
Reviewed by Carol Hoyer, PhD, for Reader Views (1/10)

 

“Dancing in the Dark” gives readers the opportunity to contemplate if one will ever find truth and reality. Through comparisons with many scientific thoughts with religious and contemporary theories, the author relates that we may never know the absolute truth as all these theories provide valuable insight into what we know as truth or reality.

Throughout the book the author provides historical and contemporary thoughts on quantum physics, religion, and philosophy to provide well-documented research to support his thoughts.  Sometimes one must step outside the box to investigate and see our universe in a different way. It is up to our scientific and spiritual world to do the same, for unless we start questioning we will never learn.

Many times throughout history we can see that we have either underestimated or overestimated what we can know. By doing this, the author relates that we are limiting ourselves to further truth.

Although “Dancing in the Dark” by Ronald Keast, PhD, is not a book one can breeze through, it was interesting and made the reader contemplate what they have always been taught.


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