Scale

Bojan Gorjanc on August 31st, 2009

After some 20 years of tireless dedication to his in depth research on unification, Nassim Haramein’s most recent scientific paper, The Schwarzschild Proton, received an award at the University of Liege, Belgium during the 9th International Conference CASYS’09 (Computing Anticipatory Systems). Chosen by a panel of 11 peer reviewers, Haramein’s paper won the prestigious Best […]

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Bojan Gorjanc on June 21st, 2009

In his review of the puzzles encountered at the frontiers of science, Ervin Laszlo has found that in order to account for a growing number of things and processes that are undoubtedly real and are likely to be fundamental, a new factor needs to be added to the repertory of laws and concepts of contemporary […]

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Bojan Gorjanc on June 8th, 2009

Through photosynthesis, green plants and certain bacteria are able to transfer solar energy almost instantaneously from light-capturing pigment molecules into molecular reaction centers where solar energy is converted into chemical energy (see Photosynthesis goes quantum, Credit: Illustration by Nicolle Rager Fuller).  The energy transfer happens so fast and is so efficient that less than five […]

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Bojan Gorjanc on May 6th, 2009

We like to think in linear scales and are used to measure in nice and regular intervals. Other scales are unknown to us. All of natural science itself uses linear measures in the mathematical descriptions of many of its models. Serious doubts about the actual usefulness of these simple scales for the measurement of natural […]

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Bojan Gorjanc on April 23rd, 2009

In his three-volume series of the Convergence material, David Wilcock sets forth the idea that we live in an eight-dimensional, octave-based universe. The majority of current physicists all agree that there must be several dimensions higher than our own – but they believe there to be ten dimensions, not eight. Wilcock exposes the flaws in […]

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Bojan Gorjanc on April 8th, 2009

In almost every area of life, change is occurring faster and faster. Evolution is forever speeding up, and we may be approaching the concept of singularity, when evolution may bring forth a new age – the Wisdom Age. As we emerge from our current Knowledge Age, this new age may bring about a true unity […]

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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 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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