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The Mathematical Colours of Human Survival Technology

The Mathematical Colours of Human Survival Technology

The Romantic Era of the Arts from the mid 18th Century to the mid 19th Century was inspired by the ideals of a lost ethical ancient science. Its leaders were concerned that humans had deviated into being governed by a lifeless mechanistic culture. The philosopher of science Wolfgang von Goethe considered that Isaac Newton had betrayed the science of colour to reduce all to a black and white mechanistic reality. Goethe’s linguistic colour perception theories were revived in 2012 as a book of the year ‘Through the Language Glass’, written by the linguist-physicist Guy Deutscher. However, few people are aware that in fact, Isaac Newton actually refuted the idea that the mechanical theory of the universe was complete and that like the Romanticists, he had derived this opinion from the same lost ethical science.

The work of other poets and artists during the Romantic Era that had attacked Newton for having a science derived from a clockwork description of a mechanical universe has now been linked to important DNA discoveries and the issue has become a crucial human survival one. It is an outstanding achievement that in 2017 the World Fund for Arts in Russia has taken upon itself to rejuvenate the Science-Art ethos belonging to the Romantic Era of yesteryear.

Newton’s mathematical genius supported a more profound description of the universe than that of a lifeless mechanistic cosmos. Science, economics and religion approved of the mechanistic model, the basis from which a false quantum mechanics was derived by teaching that Newton’s world-view was mechanical. Both political and commercial science, together with religious persuasion gained control of our unbalanced modern science. Along with the scientists, religious institutions were in denial that the living process evolved to infinity, evoking religious laws to enforce their opinions. The lost ancient ethical science could not come into its own until the time for knowledge about living human DNA arrived. It is now possible for quantum mechanics to be made complete by researching its entanglement with the science of quantum biology.

Arthur C Clark’s television documentary ‘The Colours of Infinity’ was about Benoit Mandelbrot’s discovery of infinite fractal mathematics. Within the documentary a comment was made that the evolution of civilisation was not included in the purpose of an infinite universe. The reason for that is because prevailing science is governed by the ‘Universal Heat Death Law’, which states that all the heat of the universe is going to radiate away into cold space and eventually all life in the universe must become extinct.

History’s most famous mathematician, Georg Cantor was also history’s most despised mathematician for daring to challenge the global scientific death cult. His declaration that a dysfunctional fear of infinity had infected the minds of modern age scientists created an international scientific and religious furore. World famous mathematicians, strongly objecting to such a pronouncement, joined together to savagely condemn his concept that the life force process could be evolving toward infinity. Influential religious leaders were enraged that Cantor’s mathematical conviction overturned their …

What's a Career as a Mechanical Engineer Like?

What's a Career as a Mechanical Engineer Like?

Many engineers specialize in mechanical engineering. This subset of engineering revolves around the application of physical principles for mathematical analysis, design, manufacturing and maintenance of mechanical systems. The industry is divided up into smaller areas of focus: mechanics, kinematics or movement, and the energy of physical objects. Let's take a look at what makes a career as a mechanical engineer so rewarding.

Challenging Work

Mechanical engineers use their knowledge of force, heat, mass and energy in design structures. They help research, design, test, create, maintain and monitor heating & cooling systems, vehicles and aircraft, bridges, buildings, machinery, industrial equipment and more.

A key focus in mechanical engineering is optimization. Work as a mechanical engineer focuses on optimizing ease and durability in projects, costs, safety and usefulness. Some tools frequently used by mechanical engineers for manufacturing projects are: CAD / CAM, CFD, FEA, milling machines, robots, CNCs and lathes.

Career Tidbits

The following list includes a few bits of interesting information about the field of mechanical engineering:

– Work as a mechanical engineer is generally 40 hours per week, but may be more, especially under tight deadlines and heavy workloads. The daily tasks often involve work outside an office and in the field.

– The best mechanical engineers enjoy solving complex problems. They are true innovators.

– You will need at least a Bachelor's degree to qualify for a position as a mechanical engineer. Most accredited colleges and universities offer specialized programs in mechanical engineering.

– Job opportunities for mechanical engineers are planned to increase at a faster than average rate through 2014.

– The average salary for engineers in 2002 was reported at $ 65,000. Top engineers earn over $ 90,000 per year. A mechanical engineer just out of college would earn an average of $ 40,000 per year.

– Mechanical engineers commonly wind up working in corporations or for the government.

Mechanical engineering is one of the broadest and hottest tasks in the engineering field. …