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by Kurt Johmann
I, Kurt Johmann, the author and copyright owner, grant freely, without charge, the following permission: You have the nonexclusive right to use any part or parts, up to and including the entire text, of The Computer Inside You, 11th edition (the “Book”), for any commercial or noncommercial use, including the production of derivative works of any kind including translations, thruout the world, in all languages, in all media, whether now known or hereinafter invented, for the full term of copyright, provided that the use does not involve plagiarism of the text of the Book, and provided that the use does not materially misrepresent or distort the text of the Book.
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Email: Kurt Johmann
This book proposes in detail an old idea: that the universe is a virtual reality generated by an underlying network of computing elements. In particular, this book uses this reality model to explain the otherwise unexplained: ESP, afterlife, mind, UFOs and their occupants, organic development, and such.
Kurt Johmann was born November 16, 1955, in Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA. He obtained a BA in computer science from Rutgers University in 1978. From 1978 to 1988 he worked first as a systems analyst and then as a PC software developer. He entered graduate school in August 1988. In December 1989 he received an MS, and in May 1992 a PhD, both in computer science from the University of Florida. He has since returned to software development work—taking time as needed to work on this book. He lives in Gainesville, Florida.