Hello. I’m Adrian Ellis. I write fiction and non-fiction on various topics. In my fiction, I do my best to be funny and imaginative. My non-fiction is different. After years of research, I’ve discovered that many aspects of the official description of ourselves, reality and the universe seems to be deeply flawed, to the point of being grossly false. To counteract this problem, I’ve written articles explaining what I’ve found. My new non-fiction book, Solving Reality, follows this approach. It delves into how reality works, how it comes into being and how it connects to us. In particular, it talks about a group of brilliant physicists in the 1930’s who realised something profound about the universe, something which has been mostly ignored since then. This brilliant group of scientists realised that the idea that only physical things exist, known as Scientific Materialism, was wrong. In fact, it was impossible. Instead, our minds must create physical reality, not the other way around. Their view is scientifically valid and, as I explain in my book, it’s the only rational way to explain our universe. I’ll be publishing Solving Reality soon. Its first chapter is available to read on this website on the Solving Reality page.
Note about correspondence: In a recent email discussion, Dr Paul LaViolette notified me that one of his emails to me bounced. I’ve no idea why this happened; it’s very odd. If anyone tries to contact me and does not receive at least a first reply, then it’s because I never saw their email. If more occurs with this issue, I’ll post it here.
Legacy: For anyone that is wondering why I’m no longer running my old website, adrianellis.co.uk, I lost control of it. About five years ago, I noticed it was behaving oddly. I checked the site data and found that its IP number had been changed, from one administered by my web-hosting company to an IP number owned by an American cyber-defence contractor; defense.net. I checked my data with a unix administrator friend of mine and he confirmed my findings. I have no clear idea why this happened but I was unable to get any explanation from my web hosting provider. I therefore changed my web-hosting provider and create a new site with a new domain name. Fortunately, I still have all the articles from the old site. At the last check, the old domain is still not available to buy. If you click on it, you get nothing but a ‘non-authorised’ message. Very strange.