Bojan Gorjanc on March 30th, 2009

Before embarking upon his ultimately successful quest to discover the laws of planetary motion, Johannes Kepler tried to explain the sizes of the orbits of the planets from first principles: developing a mathematical model of the orbits based upon nested Platonic solids. Since, at the time, the solar system was believed by most to be […]

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Bojan Gorjanc on March 27th, 2009

Does time exist? Is our perception of the world different from its true reality? Is our concept of time fundamentally flawed? These are the central questions raised by Killing Time, a provocative documentary that explores the nature of time. This Dutch television film, made in 1999, centers on the work of Julian Barbour, a prominent […]

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Bojan Gorjanc on March 25th, 2009

Nassim Haramein, Director of Research at The Resonance Project Foundation has a new blog titled Nassim’s Journal. The first post on this blog is about the fundamental confirmation of Haramein’s theory described in his papers as a universe composed of different scale black holes from universal size to atomic size. For more than two decades […]

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Bojan Gorjanc on March 23rd, 2009

In the introduction to his new book Fractal Time: The Secret of 2012 and a New World Age, author Gregg Braden says that we’re living the end of time. Not the end of the world, but the end of a world age – a 5,125-year cycle of time – and the way we’ve known the […]

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Bojan Gorjanc on March 20th, 2009

The 2009 Templeton Prize was awarded to Bernard d’Espagnat, a French physicist and philosopher of science whose explorations of the philosophical implications of quantum physics have opened new vistas on the definition of reality and the potential limits of knowable science. From the mid-1960s through the early 1980s, d’Espagnat, 87, was a philosophical visionary in […]

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Bojan Gorjanc on March 18th, 2009

Stained glass window I just finished reading a translation of Willigis Jäger’s book Die Welle ist das Meer (published in English under the title Mysticism for Modern Times: Conversations with Willigis Jager), and would like to share with you some of his thoughts. Let’s begin with this one: Religions resemble a cathedral with stained glass […]

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Bojan Gorjanc on March 16th, 2009

Dr. Sergey Smelyakov is a highly respected and brilliant Russian scientist who holds an MA level degree in applied mathematics as well as doctorates in numerical methods and mathematical modelling and cybernetics; his credentials are beyond reproach. Here is how author Adrian Cooper (Our Ultimate Reality, Life, the Universe and the Destiny of Mankind) addressed […]

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Bojan Gorjanc on March 13th, 2009

There are moments in the life of each one of us when we touch what the Irish writer, James Joyce, termed an epiphany, so that “the soul of the commonest object … seems to us radiant”. Epiphanies are occasions of benediction when meaning floods as a blessing into our lives and we have a profound […]

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Bojan Gorjanc on March 11th, 2009

“In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.” – Albert Einstein The recent economic recession has a lot of people worried about their jobs, their businesses, their homes and their bills. When your income is dropping or in jeopardy and you still have a mountain of bills to pay, things can get pretty scary. However, tough […]

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Bojan Gorjanc on March 9th, 2009

The Russian scientist Dr Nikolai Kozyrev is in many ways a forerunner – the father of today’s efforts to re-interpret physics in a way that does not contradict intuitive understanding. He investigated time and the aether before most of us in the West ever thought of questioning the workability of our modern interpretations of the […]

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