Chapter 1: The History of GST
Uncertainty principle (Werner Heisenberg, 901-76) stated that it is fundamentally impossible to simultaneously define position and velocity for a particle.
Zeno effect: An electrons will not jump from one energy level to another while they are being watched. More generally, the interpreter and the interpreted do not exist independently.
Spectral effect: ‘A spooky action at a distance’
Some proposals from the area of relativity theory and quantum physics (see p17-18)
Modern science describes ‘how’, but unable to explain ‘why’