The Collapse of Time: Confessions of a Quantum Humanist, now available as a Kindle book

On September 11, 2001, writer Gregory Pleshaw watched the Twin Towers fall on a television screen inside a sailboat parked in San Francisco Harbor. Recently returned from Burning Man, Pleshaw scuttled plans to go to New York City and instead traded a tower computer for a GMC van and drove up the coast for a three-year odyssey that included San Francisco and Seattle. In that time he wrote a number of interesting essays and launched one of his all-time favorite projects, “Wish Paper.” The musings of this period were put together in 2004 as a subscriber-financed independent paperback and are now available for the first time as Kindle book for the low low price of $5.23. Check it out.

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