I am somewhat like the famous self taught mathematician Ramanujan, whose work has been central in building my "cosmic democracy" model of the universe where everything creates everything else. Unexpectedly, in mid-November 2015 I discovered how the origin of life and macroevolution work, so I have suddenly been propelled from doing fairly esoteric physics to biology at a scale comparable to the Large Hadron Collider where the Higgs boson was discovered. Specifically, I am proposing a sophisticated robotic mission to the moons of Mars to find the fossils of the very first forms of life and return them to Earth by 2025. Making the switch from being largely a bookworm to being a large team leader is my major psychic struggle at the moment. My body tells me through pain when I need more empathy and less raw struggle in the effort. I am looking for partners who are comfortable with major enterprises.
To arrive at this discovery I have gone to lots of lectures and receptions to talk with exciting people over excellent food, after participating in forums about science, technology and civilization. I agree with Gandhi that Western Civilization would be a good idea. I help manage folk-dancing, and go to Unitarian Universalist meetings regularly. I enjoy bicycling around town.
What I’m doing with my life
I am unifying everything that can be unified now that we are entering a new era, which for lack of a better title, may be called the post-materialist era. To be able to talk about this I spend a lot of time watching the current reorganization of global politics as well as dealing with mathematical science.
I’m really good at
Penetrating into the dark cavities in the foundation of
civilization and finding the next great thing.
The first things people usually notice about me
Without the 7! badge, I am not sure. I have moved on to using
Ramanujan's 15th superior highly composite number (SHCN) to help
explain how the universe works. (See Wikipedia to understand the
math terms.) 7! is the 8th SHCN. I started giving lectures using 60
- the 4th SHCN.)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
<== They went that away! - - Next round incoming over there!
The six things I could never do without
oxygen, water, excellent food, warmth (both), space-time,
I spend a lot of time thinking about
the evolution of global civilization - how mysticism and science
will find a new balance
On a typical Friday night I am
Performing household work or using my computer, if not planning or
participating in some significant event.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I would like to find a gifted adults site where I do not have to
worry about appearing too intellectually divergent.
You should message me if
You enjoy being intellectually challenged, are thrilled by
and foresee connecting with a responsible, challenging, alternative