Tame Bear on February 13th, 2011

What is reality? At its most fundamental level, reality is very strange. Subatomic particle physicists, theoretical quantum physicists, cosmologists, string theorists, and multiverse theory mathematicians are all working to get at the underlying truth of reality: How is all this we see around us formed from basic building blocks? What are the rules and forces […]

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Tame Bear on December 11th, 2010

You all know me — Tame Bear — a fun-loving, philosophy-talking, techie-science-spiritualist brown bear of the Internet. Most of you are surely aware that I am not a real bear. After all, how many bears do you know that talk, that write updates on their WordPress blog, that tell life stories on their own podcast? […]

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Tame Bear on August 29th, 2010

The world’s largest independent ebook store,¬†Diesel Books is now the latest place to carry “Oceans of Light: A Users Guide to the Multiverse,” the definitive treatise on Multiverse Wave Theory (aka MW-Theory) by Peter Oakley. Understand how our repetitive personal habits contribute to the larger repeating waves of history and provide clues to guide our […]

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Tame Bear on August 11th, 2010

“Oceans of Light – A Users Guide to the Multiverse” by Peter Oakley now has an iTunes Preview: http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/isbn9781452370217. Available on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iBooks.¬†If you own this ebook, consider writing a review and it will be shown on this iTunes Preview page.

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Tame Bear on July 21st, 2010

When studied deeply, down at the subatomic level of particle physics, the material world we live in appears to be nothing more substantial than wisps of smoke. There’s hardly anything there! Everything that seems solid and hard to the touch consists mostly of space. The vast open spaces between particles is startling. Even the particles […]

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Tame Bear on July 3rd, 2010

  “Oceans of Light” by Peter Oakley The new ebook, “Oceans of Light: A Users Guide to the Multiverse” by Peter Oakley is now available in the Sony eBook Store! They are offering a small discount off the already low price of $3.99 (but you can buy it for two bucks less at the Apple […]

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Tame Bear on June 29th, 2010

Thrilled! The ebook on Multiverse Theory is now available in the Apple iBook Store. “Oceans of Light: A Users Guide to the Multiverse” by Peter Oakley. Get it quick — introductory price is $1.99! for a limited time only — that’s two bucks off the regular price over at Smashwords.com. (What is the Multiverse? Grab […]

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Tame Bear on May 27th, 2010

We live in strange times. It is possible today to have a conversation “in character” with a fictional TV character, further blurring the lines between what we believe is real and what is fantasy. Lloyd Simcoe (played by actor Jack Davenport) is one of the main characters in the ABC TV series “FlashForward“, which airs […]

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Tame Bear on May 19th, 2010

Those who follow @TameBear on Twitter may have already seen this, or perhaps it was inadvertently buried in a flood of other messages flowing by in your river of info. Here they are all together in one place — 8 tweets describing “Multiverse Wave Theory” (aka: MW-Theory): Picture yourself as a blob of photons moving […]

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Tame Bear on May 12th, 2010

  “Oceans of Light”  by Peter Oakley   Today I am pleased to announce the publication of “Oceans of Light: A Users Guide to the Multiverse” by Peter Oakley. This first “ebook” on Multiverse Wave Theory is a short introduction in three parts… INTO THE LIGHT – Everything we perceive of the material world, including ourselves, […]

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