March 17, 2013
Einstein, Newton, Tesla, Energy, Frequency, Mind, Light, Consciousness, Electromagnetism, Electrical-Mass, Gravity, Quantum Mechanics, Speed of Light, Electromagnetic Waves, Planck units, Organic Growth, Pressure/Density Phenomena, Universal Compression
The idea for this scientific paper was triggered by the recent article from Prof. Dean Keith Simonton published in the Nature Journal of Science. Simonton argues that after Einstein the scientific genius is extinct and fears that vast teams of present students and scientists finesse knowledge rather than create new disciplines. At the end of his article Simonton wrote, quote: ”Of course, I hope that my thesis is incorrect. I would hate to think that genius in science has become extinct and that my research speciality has become obsolete. It takes only one new scientific genius to prove me wrong.” The purpose of this paper sets its goal to prove to the present scientific community and Simonton that scientific genius is not extinct and can be found outside academia among the amateur scientists who have it hard to present their radical new ideas and research to the brain dead Nobel Prize laureates and mainstream scientists who all stick to comic, we repeat comic constants and theories. The mainstream science has been blinded by the complexity of their thinking, rather than enlightened by the simplicity of the cosmic mathematics. Our research is a very multidisciplinary one, reaching from Psychophysics over Quantum Mechanics, Gravity and Electromagnetism to Epigenetics and Fractal Evolution.