Fifteen years ago I was reading in the bathtub about Schrodinger’s cat, that famous quantum physics paradox. It got me thinking about duality in nature, which got me wondering, what if matter as particles stared converting to its wave state? What would the world look like? Who or what could cause such a phenomenon? Would it be a form of evolution, or an utter catastrophe? Once started, could it be stopped?
So… “Parts of the world were disappearing. For a while, nobody noticed.”
Those musings led me to write my book, a story of fractal geometry, quantum physics, and politics.