‘Intelligent Field’ is Sagar’s second book on science and philosophy
with a similar objective as his first,‘Six Words’, to establish a model of philosophy that can lead towards convergence of religion with science to end conflicts and wars. Believing that `mind and consciousness have a central place in the ultimate nature of
reality’, the book is a philosophical attempt to understand the universe and life in the universe. It involves concepts like `the oneness of mind’, `guaranteed permanent consciousness`,
`the travelling cosmic mind`, `intelligent field` and `the quantum simulated universe’. The broad level idea is that there is an intelligent field out there that controls nature, but the quantum of intelligence in the intelligent field is a measure of the `Information in the field`.
Surendra Kumar Sagar was born in 1941 and completed his graduation in Mathematics, Physics, and Statistics from Bombay University in 1959. In 1964 he graduated in Civil Engineering from Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Patiala.
Since 1999, he is Technical Director (Design and Engineering),
with Total Environment Building Systems Private Ltd, Bangalore, the prominent design-build real estate company that his son Kamal founded.
Surendra Kumar Sagar has a deep interest in Science and Philosophy, including the philosophical impacts of Quantum Physics and Cosmology. He is the author of two books ‘Six Words’
and ‘Intelligent Field’ and has spoken extensively on science
and philosophy to many organizations, including The National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore, The Energy Resource Institute in Bangalore, and the Indian Institute of Technology in Roorkee, India. His website www.sixwords.in extensively covers his own unique views. Sagar currently lives with his wife in Bangalore, India. They have two sons and three grand-children.