quarta-feira, 27 de março de 2013

Como eu nunca pensei nisto?

Estou boquiaberto depois de ler o artigo “Foundations of the economic and social history of the United States: Apologia”, de Scott Albers. É um momento de Revelação.

I argue that this ordering power of consciousness as displayed in macro-economics is operable also in the physical sciences as “the fifth dimension.” This as yet undiscovered “fifth dimension” was hypothesized to exist by Theodor Kaluza in 1919 in addition to the three wellknown dimensions of space and one dimension of time. This “fifth” dimension allowed him to unify Maxwell’s equations on electro-magnetism with Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity.

Consequently an understanding of the historic macro-economic and social development of the United States – its “consciousness” – may provide insight into the operation of the physical universe through the similar operation of consciousness throughout reality as its fifth dimension.

E assim o artigo conclui:

These essays are written in the hope that serious research may begin as to the relationship between the construction of the Great Pyramid of Giza and its apparently directly relationship with the macro-economic structure of the United States and the combination of electromagnetism and gravity as found in the thought of Theodore Kaluza.

Fifth dimension, Zeno’s Paradox, Russell’s Paradox, Parmenides, consciousness, unemployment, Okun’s Law, real GNP, crisis, prediction, mathematics, economic history, cycle, Kondratiev wave, long wave, Golden Mean, phi, pi, mathematic ratio, octave, music, political economy wave, Great Pyramid, Giza, Khufu, theory of everything, Kaluza, General Theory of Relativity, complexity, Parmenides


9 comentários:

pena que voce é só mais um anônimo

Merece o "Boringfest Post Of the Year Award"

me lembrou muito o Dr Keppe:
Ele, assim como o mantega, invenou o moto contínuo:

prefiro "Sexo e Poder" de Mããããtega

gostosinha a Cica Carvalho heim.. é tua sobrinha?

What is your point dear anonymous?

Parece uma tese da Unicamp!