Ervin Laszlo, PhD is the author or editor of sixty-nine books translated into as many as nineteen languages, and has over four hundred articles and research papers and six volumes of piano recordings to his credit. He serves as editor of the monthly World Futures: The Journal of General Evolution and of its associated General Evolution Studies book series.
Quantum physics has long sought after a "Theory of Everything" (TOE), or a single mathematical equation that could account for all the laws in the universe. In Science and the Akashic Field, Laszlo proposes that a genuine TOE is achievable. Western scientists are beginning to discover what has been documented by Eastern sages and mystics for thousands of years; that within nature exists an interconnecting field that interweaves every atom, cell, organism, and mind, throughout time - “The Akashic Record." This field acts as “the memory of the universe" and “continuously interacts with matter at every level from subatomic to cosmic to influence the way every living thing grows, adapts, and evolves."
“Science and the Akashic Field is the product of four decades of searching for meaning through science. My enduring interest has been to find an answer to questions such as “What is the nature of the world?" and “What is the meaning of my life in the world? I wanted the most reliable kind of answers there are, and reflected that I could find no better source for them than science." Laszlo’s committed search for truth through science has garnered the admiration of people around the world who are seeking to find meaning and make sense of life.
“Ervin Laszlo has, probably more than any person alive, intricately spelled out a staggering but often neglected fact: we live in a hopelessly interconnected universe, with each and every single thing connected in almost miraculous ways to each and every other," says Ken Wilber, the world’s leading integral philosopher.