Sometimes plugs can be appreciated by more than plumbers. I found this to be the case with NEW PHYSICS AND THE MIND. There are attention grabbing comments like this one:
The mind has played a role in physics since the earliest days of quantum physics. The Fifth Solvay Conference in 1927 featured a debate between Niels Bohr and Albert Einstein about whether the mind and consciousness are (Bohr) or are not (Einstein) part of physics. Einstein's position has dominated mainstream physics for decades, but the battle simmered on for the entire twentieth century.
And questions like these:
How many phenomena of new physics does it take to break the standard model?
Are we really getting closer to a theory of everything by reducing our understanding to strings as physics' smallest pieces?
Can psychologists', mathematicians', and physicists' longstanding p-adic models of thought be brought into modern physics?
What optimal mix of new physics phenomena and p-adic models of consciousness have created holistic models of new physics and the mind, the 21st century's theory of everything?
Raw meat for a crowd of TT commenters with answers.