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The Next Revolution

The Next Revolution

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Published by: Dr. Hans-Joachim Rudolph on Mar 28, 2012
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The Next Revolution
by Dr. Hans-Joachim Rudolph (MD), Microvita Research e.V. The scientific revolution of the 16th and 17th century transformedancient and medieval views of nature and laid the foundations formodern science. Therein Isaac Newton explained gravity, inertia and thelaws of motion, bringing together in one explanatory system theastronomy of Copernicus and Kepler with the physics of Galileo. Hissystem was so convincing that it even provided blueprints for AdamSmith who pioneered modern economics, correlating his “invisible handof the market” with the gravitational force that rules the solar system.Similarly, the modern concepts of atomism provided the blueprints forthe materialism and capitalism of our times, culminating in claims, suchas that consciousness is nothing but an epiphenomenon of matter.Moreover, these views gave birth to weapons of mass destruction -physically (H-bomb), psychologically (media mass control) andeconomically (collateralized debt obligations - CDOs).On the other hand, the anti-modern movements are numerous and as oldas modernity itself. They usually refer to traditional values, devoid of arealistic outlook of the future. On the whole, they are unable to succeed,which turns out to be the dilemma of our times, affecting almosteveryone: Hope usually prevails in its conflict with regret.In this situation, the proposed concept of Microvita is decisive, insofar asit drives modernity to a point where it is no longer supporting the self-destructive individualism, materialism and capitalism. But it does not doso by referring to the past, rather it builds on the latest achievements of modern science:Microvita are supposed to exist in a complex space-time, which meansthat real and imaginary values are basically on equal footing.Consequently, real values are the roots of what we call matter, and inturn, imaginary values give rise to everything abstract in this world.Nevertheless, both of them are intensely interconnected, which isperformed by minute entities, modelled as tensor operators.Living beings exist in the real as well as in the imaginary world, in theworld of matter and that of abstract. The laws in the world of matter aremostly well-known. In the world of abstract, however, information basedon imaginary values is able to spread without being limited by the speedof light. This not only creates a fundamental interconnectedness of allliving beings, but also retrocausality, which can act on us like a causafinalis.Another novelty is that atomic nuclei are not based on quarks but onMicrovita. They are the minute operators, interconnecting the abstract

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