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Long Division and Euclid’s Lemma

Do you remember the “long division” you once learned in grade school? Long division allows one to efficiently determine the internal structure of integers with arbitrary precision without introducing the cumbersome aspects of floating point decimals. What we call Long Division is actually the Division Algorithm developed thousands of [...]


The Radiant Energy Receiver System of Nikola Tesla

In a statement made by Nikola Tesla on January 12, 1897 (during the Opening Ceremony of his invention of the hydro-electric power station) he said: “We have many a monument of past ages; we have the palaces and pyramids, the temples of the Greek and the cathedrals of Christendom. In them is exemplified the power of men, the greatness of [...]


Water as Fuel with Puharich and Meyer

With more then 300 million cubic miles of water on the Earth’s surface, its one of the most abundant substances on the planet. Water comprises two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen. When these gases are derived from water through electrolysis, they form a combustible gas. The exhaust produced by burning this gas is once again [...]


Release of drumfish “Memoirs”

In addition to my love of math and physics, I also love to write and perform music. I am very happy to announce that tonight I will be releasing my latest CD titled “Memoirs” at a performance in Vienna Virgina with my band drumfish. Facebook page: You can listen to / obtain the [...]


Genetics Based Computing

A Biologically Modeled Computational Paradigm Nature tends to find the most efficient path forward. The thoughtful may observe and learn from nature’s ingenuity and employ these methods in the development of technology whenever possible. The system that nature has devised for encoding and transmitting complex information is known as [...]


The Effect of Base on Numeric Fields

Today I have been investigating the effect of a base on number systems. My investigation has shown me that whenever a mind elects to subdivide the conscious field of One into myriad parts, that no matter which base system is used, numbers will always take on the pattern of in-flow and outflow. However, since at least three parts are [...]


The Golden Ratio

The Golden Ratio, also known as Phi. What is Phi? Phi is a ratio of lengths which possesses many remarkable characteristics. A unique and telling feature of Phi is that if you add 1 to its value, the result is Phi squared. Equally strange, if you subtract one from Phi the result is 1/Phi (i.e., the reciprocal value of Phi). Said another [...]