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I am not "up to speed" on quantum mechanics but encourage you to read a splendid book by America's premier professor of Comparative Religion, Houston Smith, whose late life "modified-memoir," "Why Religion Matters" contains a chapter devoted to the "intersection" of light as physical phenomenon and religious reference.
In the following online copy of "Why Religion Matters," pay close attention to "Part Two, Chapter 8."
Here are other pertinent links - three reviews of "Why Religion Matters" and a long video presentation of Huston Smith given at Duke's University's Kenan Institute For Ethics.
"Why Religion Matters" is thoroughly delightful: among its many "gifts" is an account of a paranormal experience Smith had while dining with old friends.
Please keep me posted!
I will be interested in your findings whatever their source.
PS I also recommend a pop song about light (from a "Hindu" perspective) which Toronto friends Tommy Graham and Jenny Baboolal recorded years ago. http://paxonbothhouses.blogspot.com/2015/01/sahajiya-tommy-graham-and-amazing.html
On Wed, Oct 28, 2015 at 1:29 AM, Tim wrote:
Hey Alan,Wondering what your experience with quantum mechanics is and interested in discussing the relevance of God in light of quantum mechanics if you find the time.