Reality and Consciousness is a new book exploring the implications of the Theory of Relativity and Quantum Theory for understandings of consciousness and the mind. Imagine our model for observable reality is that of many partially correlated streams of consciousness produced by various loosely connected sections of a meta-brain. Schumann introduces this difficult subject with a review of relativity and follows up with a survey of quantum mechanics experiments including discussions on spin and the collapse of the wave function. Is it possible two brains connected together could share a single mind? The book includes over 90 color illustrations and is a terrific companion to any study of physics, consciousness, or the nature of reality.