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The Art of Knowing is a collection of remarkable philosophical essays by blue-collar cosmologist Christopher Michael Langan. Chris Langan writes with a clarity that enables him to present complex material in an accessible format without compromising depth of content. As usual, he imparts his message with wisdom and a characteristic touch of humor. Part I of The Art of Knowing consists of a series of groundbreaking essays that outline the basic philosophy behind his model of reality, the Cognitive-Theoretic Model of the Universe (CTMU), and how such a theory creates a framework for human ethos. Part II contains essays related to neurological correlates of spirituality, the advent of machine intelligence, the mind-body connection and other topics in ethics and metaphysics. Two of Langan's very popular publicly available articles are reprinted in the collection: the ecological parable, Millennium Mouse, and the metaphorical introduction to reality theory, A Very Brief History of Timehttp://www.ctmu.org/
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Christopher Michael Langan (born March 25, 1952) is an American whose IQ was reported to be "between 195 and 210".
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