The Sunday Times published on May 8th this year:
Stand by, we may soon enter a new universe: a very good account of “the state of the art” that I ‘circumvented’ – not with ‘theories’ like the string theory that relies on at least eleven dimensions – but with new ‘concepts’ that I have translated into prototype software.
You see, established, ‘institutionalised’ science has evolved from paper-based thinking in universities, institutes and laboratories such as CERN.
It is based on the theories of ‘theoretical physicists’ and the data of ‘experimental physicists’. And physicists have assumed the position of creating ‘world models’ based on a time line that started with a ‘big bang‘ – all at sub-atomic length scales.
Einstein wanted to unite physics and mathematics. But he forgot about metrology: in his famous equation, c is a ‘constant’ that measures the speed of light. So the method of measuring enters the calculation of that constant.
But c is more of a measuring value than a number, while e and m are symbols for physical phenomena, i.e. quite different in quality.
Some will put it off as ‘semantics‘. But meaning is what every word and every concept is about. For we are looking for the meaning of life. In ourselves and in the universe.
But: besides big bang, there is also the ‘steady state theory‘ that has been proposed by Sir Fred Hoyle who worked at astronomic scales. That’s the theory that I am matching with my concept of “3D TimeSpace” which is the basis for my software prototypes.
These ‘individualised’ scientific frameworks have resulted from ‘software-based thinking’:
- I used Word for writing in tables and overcoming dualities – my original work of 196 tables as the core insights regarding number theory and geometry; this included 25 documents to instruct the programmer to write “Visual Data Intelligence” as the prototype
- I used Visual Basic to write the first prototype “3D TimeData” with the aid of a former CERN colleague
- Excel for geometric graphs, arithmetic and ‘number acrobatics’ or arithmetic as well as a glossary of terms, concepts and domains
- 3D TimeData to experiment with mathematical formulae
- Visio for diagrams to instruct programmers
- mind mapping software to illustrate connections between ‘domains’
- Visual Data Intelligence to
- re-present complex data in vertical layers
- and re-visualise digital images along new visual axes.
CERN physicists who wrote the ROOTS software for visualizing experiemental data would have loved to use my software. But only for free, together with any funding contacts I might have to offer…
Russian physicists knew how valuable it would be. But the wheels of administering funds were not favourable: one physicist at Queen Mary’s University didn’t find the time to work on a funding application because not enough money was in it for him.
Now I am waiting for an American marketing company to sell my software to one on the Forbes 500 list. In the advent of the ‘new corporate world order’ institutionalised science may not have a big role to play any more!…