“Six Words is an autobiographical epic story – epic in the dictionary sense to mean “extending beyond the usual or ordinary, especially in size or scope.”
Sagar begins his personal journey at the Big Bang origin of the universe with “I am a quark”. He progresses to become an atom of hydrogen, then helium, and finally explodes out of a supernova toward earth as a carbon atom as our planetary system has formed. On earth be becomes an organic molecule and after millions of years he finally becomes a structural engineer.
This book is a tour de force of the major physical sciences, theology, and philosophy. Sagar goes deeply into each, explaining in clear terms very complex subjects. The book then moves to a hypothetical seminar in which the major scientists and philosophers gather to compare notes and thinking. Einstein is there along with Erwin Schrodinger, Charles Sherrington, John Wheeler, Eugene Wigner, and many other top scientists from history.
This is a major five star book written by a serious student, thinker, and observer of the sciences of the universe. The book’s aim is to draw religion and science together in a way that leaves established scientific laws and rules intact.
The Six Words do exactly that. I will leave it to the reader to have the joy of uncovering Sagar’s Six Words.“
By… Dr. Clifton K Meador…Author of ` Fascinoma`
“In just three lines one can summarize the book “six words” by Sagar. It opens your mind to an unknown territory; it introduces you to something that has been the binding factor of the universe but we seldom thought about it, and finally it empowers to explore the complex philosophical questions which are generally discussed without any formal conclusion.
The book helps you understand and dissect scientific knowledge in three levels—First it introduces you to basic science and makes you comfortable by telling “you know what you know” then at the second stage it slowly and politely tells you that “you also know what you don’t know” and finally, a large portion of the book tells you “you don’t know even what you don’t know”.
it opens door to a new world, it navigates you to your seventh sense, which you never used and tells you what miracles a human kind can do.
It is ultimately an exploration into how we humans can come together and change the future course of mankind’s history.“
By N. Raghuraman. Author, Ex Editor (Dainik Bhaskar, DNA, and Indian Express)
“I am reminded of Stephen J Gould`s words…”If genius has any common denominator, I would propose breadth of interest and the ability to construct fruitful analogies between fields.” That is what Sagar has accomplished in his book ` Six Words`.“
By Shoumen Datta. Director MIT, Academician, Author, Research Scientist at MIT
“Written with great passion and depth, is very readable by the ‘science-minded’ as well as the non-scientific. Exploring the corridors of religions, beliefs, philosophies, history of the world to a backdrop of quantum physics, the author takes you through a thought-process so tremendous in its global dimensions that you must pause, deliberate and ‘know’ that now is the time to seriously consider that next step to human and global preservation.
A must read for all who have any consideration for the future of this earth and its inhabitants – some your own progeny!“
By Sudhakar Hannda ….on Amazon
“Years of inspiration soaked from Quantum Physicists, leads an engineer into a state of mind that makes the writing of this book the inevitable outcome. Served on a platter is a capsule potent with the author’s own years of assimilation of the counter intuitive ideas that form the backbone of Quantum Physics. Look no further as Science and Philosophy lose the fine line that divides these two disciplines and engages with a deeper you and makes you appreciate the very ‘practical’ solution to the most fundamental problem – the continued existence of the Human Race.
A roller coaster ride through the most unique autobiography that one is likely to come across – an autobiography that starts at the Big Bang…“
By Sumit Chowdhury …on Amazon
“…a treatise that ponders the laws of physics, the history of the cosmos, the nature of God and the fate of mankind.
“…kind of “autobiography” of his existence, starting with the formation of his constituent subatomic particles…” “… It begins with a brief, engaging account of cosmology from the Big Bang through the evolution of life. The book then turns to more involved (and less successful) explorations of advanced physics, including the mysteries of Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, “quantum entanglement” and the relativistic paradoxes of travel near the speed of light…”
“… The book’s sixth chapter comprises a fanciful “seminar” of great thinkers—from Immanuel Kant to Albert Einstein to contemporary physicist Freeman Dyson…”
“… All this background sets up a section on Sagar’s own philosophical speculations, which mix such topics as the anthropic principle—which says that fundamental constants must be able to support the life-forms that observe them—with the quantum mechanics mysticism…”
“…Sagar theorizes that God is an abstract “all intelligent omnipresent…infinite mind”; that humans may eventually merge into the divine “Super consciousness”; and that our main task is to avoid blowing ourselves up in the next few centuries—a disaster that Sagar considers a near-certainty unless everyone works for world peace.“
“It is not that I wrote this book “Six Words“…It is that it was written by me…consequent on the interactions of the world on me. I even do not know…if this … the writing of the book is attributed mainly to the revolving doors of chance, or to the existence of a certain “intelligent field“, that has created probabilities that books of this kind should be written to prevent the human civilization from getting extinct. There is also an “Entropy field“ which is continuously increasing disorder and chaos and leading us towards self destruction. We do not need to solve complex differential equations to understand and realize how far the `intelligent field` is trailing behind the `entropy field`. Will the former be able to overtake the latter before it reaches its winning post of destruction?. Its entirely left to us human beings…No God of any kind will come to our rescue.
…Author`s own confession
“ Damn Good Advice“
By George Lois Author of `Damn Good Advice`
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