804, 2017

Initiation of Hadronic Philosophy



(Lecture at 18th workshop on hadronic mechanics, University of Karlstad, Sweden, June 22, 2005)

Stein E. Johansen –  Institute of Basic […]

1702, 2015

Math Animations that will Amaze even math Haters



I think if you look at this animation and think about it long enough, you’ll understand:

Why circles and right-angle triangles and angles are all related
Why […]

1602, 2015

Death by Mathematics by Miles Mathis

The state of learning now is like Scylla of the old fable,
who had the head and face of a virgin,
but a womb hung round by barking monsters,
from which she could not be delivered.—Francis […]

2601, 2015

Mathematics Gone Mad by Caleb Thomas

Unfortunately, the mathematicians have misconstrued the figures, axioms, and definitions of Geometry, and used them inconsistently. This is not a case where we merely need to tweak the process a little bit or […]

2301, 2015

The Nature and Dynamics of Vibration, Oscillation and Toroids

“What would it mean to your research and inventions if you could switch polarities between poles and regulate their power levels?”

Pond Science Institute releases a video series overview of Dale Ponds latest book Keely’s […]

701, 2015

Ones and Zeros: The Digital Age and the Death of Analog

by Michael Theroux


While the debate over whether analog or digital technology is superior has been mostly rooted in the domain of audio recording and playback (see “Meanings, Messages & Signals – Comprehending the […]

2012, 2013

Numbers and the Universal Matrix by Tehvul

What’s in a number and how do numbers determine things to come?

A question that Dr. Mark Gray has shed an immense amount of light upon. I first came across the work of Dr. […]

1612, 2013

The Golden Ration – An Elementary Look

The golden ratio (symbol is the Greek letter “phi” shown at left)is a special number approximately equal to 1.618It appears many times in geometry, art, architecture and other areas.

The Idea Behind It

If you divide […]

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