CSIRI Director Andi Bowe Publishes Her 3rd Edition of Quantum Physics as a Hardbound.
Lincoln City, OR, February 21, 2019 --(PR.com)-- The Computer Social Impact Research Institute promotes music as healing.
Quantum Physics has revealed what many ancient cultures and wisdom schools already knew. We live in a mutable universe. The static model is no longer valid; we need to reform education to match advances in brain-based research indicating music as source code of light and reality. Musical intelligence is the best way for children of all ages to learn and grow, as evidenced from infants to elders, whose memory of old songs actually can bypass the brain affected by old age and restore not only memory but identity and joy in living as well.
Key words include quantum, physics, education, reality, music, musical intelligence, butterfly effect, and mutable universe model; this book appears in the engineering category because it is a treatise combining systems science with educational objectives for the 21st century. The ISBN number indicates a standard copyright license and is searchable on any online data base such as google: 978-0-359-33948-8.
Other editions of this book include both a paperback and an ebook version.
CSIRI, Inc. (Computer Social Impact Research Institute, Inc.)
Andi Bowe, Director
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Cell - 360-941-0459
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|Date:||Feb 21, 2019|
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