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Dr. Jeffrey Hale Collins teaches Interdisciplinary Studies, works on archaeological digs, researches and teaches in Rome each summer, and is the author of five other books: The Archipelagos of Summer, Illuminations in Italy, Turning Stones, Quantum Canticles, and The Phoenix Songs.
These evocative essays and poems center on a theme from quantum physics: entanglement, and the realization that at all levels of reality, all is entangled. The author explores wildebeest migrations, the ancient Maya, a human ear, mythic sirens, and the infinite net of Indra and stars through the lens of physics, myth, archaeology, astronomy, even genetics. Each work explores, from new perspectives, the worlds we inhabit: the micro and macro cosmos, viewing them through poetic/scientific excursions into genetics, Ice Age artists, math geniuses, and the James Webb Space Telescope as a Cosmic Eye. This book is a journey into the “unknowable continuums,” as Collins writes, and “we live in them; they live in us.”