Book review

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    "Wholeness and the Implicate Order" by David Bohm
    A critique
    It is clear that the epicyclic nature of wholeness is random in nature except for those entropic segments that hold a special exclusivity. Quantum physics explains that property in simple terms. Indeed, E. Blyton explained that in one of her scientific texts in 1932.
    The entropy balance equation for open systems helps to explain the non-rational basis upon which the isothermal contraction or compression of an ideal gas depends. Indeed, in 1877 Boltzmann visualised a probabilistic way to measure the entropy of an ensemble in a non-gravitational universe. Bohm has gone one step further by cleverly integrating the Euclidean vector rather than the scalar dot product.
    In 1937 Bohm introduced the rheomode concept as applied to fragmentation and wholeness. The impact of this has been to render the earlier theories somewhat disassociated from modern thought. Any modern discrepancies are now understood to be velitations. Few would maintain an ephectic stance on this issue and Bohm does not countenance this, fully declaring an idoneous position.Modern theories that enhance Bohm’s break-though are to be found in the works of Trump, Shorten et al.
    Ernest Malley 2019
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