I saw Leonard Mlodinow's name and expected a book with a content of corresponding quality. I didn't knew who is Deepak Chopra and that was the biggest mistake. The book is more like the conversation of a science advocate with lunatic or deliberate charlatan. So you will find not much of interesting science.
Seems like Mlodinow tryed to adjust for lower standarts in argumentation, so he didn't did his best. Chopra is a mistery for me - he makes so much logical mistakes with such a pathos, that I was forced to skip much of his part eventually. I've honestly tryed to follow his logic, but seems he do not use it at all.
Do not buy this book if you are interesting in:
* why people believe in dumb things
* spirituality from a rational point of view
* new science frontiers, religion, hapiness, etc.
Buy this book if you are interesting in:
* additional works of Leonard Mlodinow
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