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Introductory video providing insight into various phenomena – e.g. the impetus toward "woke" or cancel culture; gender fluidity; the gender pay gap – using basic principles from the field of quantum physics.
Based on the book "The Dynamics of Gender and Life: Timeless Principles of Quantum, Fractal and Natural Phenomena, and Human Social Dynamics” ISBN 978-0-9578537-6-8
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The Dynamics of Gender and Life. Just consider the title; it is almost grandiose in its scope, yet the book itself does not disappoint. Stephen Pirie has delineated a whole new paradigm for reality within 150 pages. That in itself is a remarkable achievement.
In the first two sections Pirie repeatedly drew aside curtain after curtain to reveal unexpected wonders. This created a feeling of anticipation as well as suspense. I was eager to read the next page, which always led to further discoveries. I had fun.
Then, in section 3, he began "fleshing out" what had been revealed in the preceding sections. This did not reach the same level of expectation as did the first two sections, but it was necessary for fuller comprehension.
All in all, a wonderful piece of work, which I earnestly hope will reach a vast multitude of readers.
How this book is structured xi
Figure 1: Fundamentals of Life xii
Easy then, not so much now 1
Section 1: Some helpful tools 3
The KISS-Ockham Tool 3
KEEP IT SIMPLE and SCIENTIFIC 3
The Belief-Habit Cycle 7
Figure 2: The Belief-Habit Cycle 8
Figure 3: Cue: insult. Response: anger 9
Figure 4: Same cue, different response 9
The Belief-Habit Cycle, in more detail 10
Choosing not to choose is still a choice 11
Reviews of "The Dynamics of Gender and Life: Timeless principles of Quantum, Fractal and Natural Phenomena, and Human Social Dynamics."
Following is an excerpt of Stephen’s latest book “The Dynamics of Gender and Life”.
Imagine the scenario: A man on a train is being loud and abusive and as a result those nearby are anxious and fearful as to what he might do. Then one passenger says to the others, "he’s just lost his wife and children and both his parents in a dreadful motor-vehicle accident”. Then the mood changes from one of condemnation, fear and anger, to one of compassion and understanding.
Knowing ‘why’ involves context, and knowing the context, like that of the man on the train, is vitally important to living with more ease and well-being. It’s important to gaining some peace-of-mind in our troubled world. It’s central to gaining and maintaining optimal ‘mental health’. And it is central to our ability to take action: when we know ‘why’, we know the appropriate ‘how’ with ‘what’, with ‘whom’.