User:Michael C Price

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Michael Clive Price (b1959 - )

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BSc (physics), MSc (unified field theory), Imperial College London, UK.

Interests: mythology, history, physics, life-extension, libertarianism.

Particular interests in many-worlds, inflation (cosmology), general relativity, thermodynamics, wormholes, megavitamin therapy, life-extension, Moore's Law, impending consequences of machine intelligence.

Influential books:

The Ultimate Resource by Julian L Simon ISBN 0855205636
The Many Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics by Bryce deWitt and R Neill Graham. ISBN 069108131X (Contains Hugh Everett's full PhD thesis "Theory of the Universal Wavefunction").
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That is some advanced math you are doing. You have really impressed me. I wish I could do math like that:). 11341134a (talk) 03:36, 13 March 2008 (UTC)
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