In Everything Forever Giorbran reveals timelessness in ways previously unimagined. He presents the first detailed map of our transitory time passing through a timeless realm, a realm that all the great physicists of the past century, such as Einstein, spoke of and strove to understand. Giorbran builds a spectacular vision by extending the ideas of David Bohm and Stephen Hawking, creating a visual model of the space of all possible states (soaps). Gradually this image of all possibilities transforms into a God's eye perspective of the many-worlds predicted by quantum theory. The foundational idea, Giorbran's version of the two kinds of order originally proposed by Bohm, is brilliant cutting edge science that clearly establishes a welcome redefinition of the previously bleak second law of thermodynamics. Ultimately this bold and fascinating study of cosmic structure sensibly reveals that we exist trapped between two great powers, one in our past, the other in our future, and our complex world results as each force tries to create its own kind of order in the universe. An exciting journey with a surprise ending written for the "what is true-reality?" seeker in us all.