Our Guest is Professor M.R. Franks discusses his book "The Universe and Multiple Reality" about multiple reality and the concept of parallel, multi universes. Imagine an inconceivable numbers of parallel universes and equally alternate versions of our earth, where there are inconceivable numbers of duplicates of yourself. Different earths, in parallel universes, where President John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King weren't assassinated, the Nazi War Machine won World War 2, the South won the Civil War, Charles Manson is President of The United States and worlds where Elvis Presley and Bruce Lee are still alive. This week's guest is Professor M.R. Franks who is a life member of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada and has studied astronomy at Northwestern University's Dearborn Observatory under Dr. Karl Henize––later astronaut Karl Henize. His interest in quantum physics, philosophy, cosmology and astronomy led to his writing his new book, "The Universe and Multiple Reality" which explains to the non-scientist reader, in understandable, non-mathematical terms, what is multiple reality and the concept of parallel, multi universes and its relationship to perceived reality? Those are the questions that Franks, a law professor, tackles in his book as he explains the physics of miracles and of paranormal phenomena such as ESP and telepathy and sheds new light on the scientific fact that there is far more than just one universe and that we constantly interact with many of these “hidden” universes. So join us this Sunday, February 20, 7pm-8:30pm, EST and meet and talk to Professor M.R. Franks.