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  • SubGenre:Popular Culture
  • Language:English
  • Pages:384
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667861647

The Hybrid42 Oscar Slap

God Swings at Screens

by James Patrick Nagle

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This book represents a paradigm shift in humanity's understanding of the human condition and provides a once in a bi-millennium lesson in philosophy, simulation, illusion, and relativity.
Philosopher and social scientist James Patrick Nagle discusses his "Forrest Gump life" of synchronicity, a unique but not uncommon experience of consciousness that he claims is made possible by quantum computer technology (QC). By reverse engineering QC and applying the underlying "qubit philosophy," Nagle discovered the same ancient algorithm hiding in the Holy Bible and in numerous iconic pop culture artifacts and films, including the 94th Academy Awards, Stranger Things, Don't Look Up, Manifest and others by artists and musicians such as Steven Spielberg, Rod Serling, Dennis Hopper, Douglass Adams, Steely Dan, Pink Floyd, and Rush. Nagle is certain that every story he has ever encountered in any form is the product of ancient, alternate universe-building, QC technology. He believes that all stories represent an alternate dimension at the core. Nagle uses this to prove that consciousness, reality, and the universe are also products of QC technology.
About the author
Growing up in southern California, in a tough environment, turning to drugs at a young age, James Patrick Nagle turned his life around by joining the Navy at 19. And now, over 35 years later, after a brilliant military career, and a long, successful career in the fire service, this Washing State University trained social scientist brings us a new, but very ancient philosophy, which he calls N=2. Using himself as his own testing subject, the author spent eight years removing blinders to the human condition and the creative process, which he shows are the same thing. Finally emerging from his laboratory, Nagle is here to tell us that it was actually a hero-building machine, called N=2, and his screen addiction past was created by the same machine.