Cosmically Curious can be a convincer for being very curious about everything. It can change ones views of existence, which can be fun, strange, or creepy. Len Jepson, a longtime pastor and lifelong philosopher, draws upon philosophies, theologies, and physics to reveal new curiosities about consciousness. He observes that if there is anything we feel with certainty, it is that the world we experience is real. Each morning we take for granted that the iPhone with the alarm set is real, because we can see, touch, and hear itand turn it off. We can climb into a vehicle and drive to work. We can observe the yellow arches of McDonalds still lighted in the predawn grayness and a myriad of lighted arch rivals. It seems without question that out there, around us, independent and apart from us, exists a physical world. But what if our assumptions are wrong? Join the author as he questions reality, explores unknowns, examines a spectrum of spirituality, and encourages everyone to be very curious.