My interest in CQM by Alex Ross
- View SourceHere is a bit of background information about me personally for
those members who have expressed an interest:
I have a UK degree in mathematics. I recently took a post graduate
degree in education.
I have always been taught (old conservative UK teaching) to keep an
open mind at age 12 to 16.
Again at university from 20 to 21 a second interest to your degree
was encouraged but perhaps I went too far.
So I have always been intrigued not only by the most debated
research topics but by the questions no one can answer. Since I have
not dismissed the idea that complex forces might exist or the
reality of complex space it remains in a mental cabinet for
reference wheras most scientists do not take this approach.
If you visit my yahoo group you will see that I have found a way of
describing a framework and pattern for complex forces to work within.
Further than that I test it by referring back to current dilemmas in
QM to throw new light on the issues. In a nutshell I would say that
I have revised the whole of complex and fractal mathematics way
beyond present limits.
Please be advised my GUFT really does cover the whole of science and
mathematics. It does what it says on the box! It should come as no
surprise, reflecting upon this, that I cannot possibily explore
every possible avenue.
ASIDE: Is it possibly the first theory to be so extensive as to be
beyond the mental grasp of one individual?
I have seen a basic list of topics covered by Mills and will try and
get his book through the library to pass an educated and informed
opinion on his work. You can be assured that I take his work VERY
seriously and that I endorse CQM without the slightest hesitation.