Monthly Archives: October 2013

The great debate since 19th century

I have to admit I have been watching a lot of scientific documentaries lately, and simple logic tells me only one thing, that electromagnetism is the only physical force which describes a complete set. We have electricity and magnetism coming … Continue reading

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The first attempt:

If you want to brake the code of the universe, first you have to bare in mind a radical thought: the Big Bang was and still is a unique piece of mathematical architecture which can grow in volume and complexity … Continue reading

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The idea

Descending on the vortex of a singularity you end up on the hot dot of a weak decay field using a cone geometry, and venturing deeper you end up inside the Big Bang field which was and still is the … Continue reading

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Designless

Everything that you draw or design is a mathematical consequence that happens inside the vacuum of space-time, resulting art is the most complex software of pattern recognition pattern association field of intelligence because it brings together two or more of … Continue reading

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The 4th rule of thermodynamics:

The 4th rule of thermodynamics: There are 4 general types of thermodynamic properties which defines the qualities of quantum particles: particles that binds at extreme hot temperatures, particles that binds at extreme cold temperatures, particles that don’t bind at extreme … Continue reading

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In. Steps

Intelligence comes as a glorious finale to a glorious song, and as a functional code, it has to have two independent repeating source signals which can start a conversation encapsulating more and more opposite stuff. Therefore, the smartest code to … Continue reading

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The theory of intelligence-inflation with some relative godly fishes

The hidden relative reality based on the absolute law of special relativity yet to come: If a theory is right, the only way to prove it wrong is to find a false prediction in its theoretical law which governs its … Continue reading

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