Roots of Cosmometry

Cosmometry has its roots in the earliest phases of human inquiry into the nature of manifest reality. From the advent of geometry and the "Platonic Solids" via Plato, Pythagoras, Euclid and Archimedes in ancient Greece, and on to the founding fathers of the modern era, including Da Vinci, Copernicus, Kepler, Newton, Maxwell and Einstein (and our understanding of astronomy, gravity, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, and relativity), and most recently the 20th century's great pioneers, including Buckminster Fuller, Arthur Young, Walter Russell (synergetics, toroidal dynamics, involution/evolution processes, etc), this field has been emerging through various threads of insight and scientific investigation for centuries. Now, in the early 21st century, we are at the threshold of synthesizing these threads into a unified field of knowledge, thanks to the present day researchers at its forefront, including Nassim Haramein, Foster Gamble, Marko Rodin, Peter Rowlands, Vanessa Hill, Elizabeth Rauscher and others.


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