Brian Inglis divides the various forms of coincidence into useful categories such as "Small World" and "The Ghost in The Machine" and discusses the relevance of quantum physics, morphic resonance and other developments.
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Brian Inglis (31 July 1916 - 11 February 1993) was an Irish journalist, historian and television presenter. He was born in Dublin, Ireland, and retained an interest in Irish history and politics. He was best known to people in Britain as the presenter of All Our Yesterdays, a television review of events exactly 25 years previously, as seen in newsreels, newspaper articles etc. He also presented the weekly review of newspapers known as What the Papers Say. He joined the staff of The Spectator in 1954, and became editor in 1959, soon afterwards hiring the young Bernard Levin to write for the magazine. He continued as editor until 1962. He also had interests in the paranormal, and alternatives to institutionalised medicine. Inglis' friend and colleague Bill Grundy died on 9 February 1993. Inglis had just finished writing Grundy's obituary when he, too, died. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Inglis
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Book Description Hutchinson, 1990. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110091741602