Can Electrons Learn? - A book about how to use the Large Hadron Collider more effectively and to determine the answer to the most important question of our time.
For all these reasons, the single most important scientific apparatus in history is not the microscope. It is not the telescope. It is not the spectroscope. The most important scientific apparatus in history is the machinery we have devised like the Large Hadron Collider, the Stanford Linear Accelerator, the upcoming International Linear Accelerators et al, will be determined to take this role because they may soon uncover the very reason for our existence, the real evolution of Consciousness in this universe and how we may be able to use these forces to create a safer, more equitable, prosperous and sustainable world.