With degrees in psychology, computer science and mechanical engineering and experience working at the NASA Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena, the difficult task of bridging the gaps between science and the real world is familiar territory.
This is important when navigating unexpected relationships like the one between economics and physics.
Imagine a world where money has to obey the laws of physics. A nearly instinctive understanding of the latter is required, and still the imagination is challenged. This is the topic of my initial foray as a writer and while I am equipped well for the challenge the results have led me into a world that is both familiar and unquestionably strange.
Worse though, is that we are going there whether we like it or not.