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In order to know the precise frequencies of both pure tones and pure colors, Wholly Science goes back to the groundbreaking work of Pythagoras, who was born around 570 BCE on the Greek island of of Samos, and died about 495 BCE. In his work, Pythagoras found the numerical logic underlying many phenomena of the perceived reality. Key to understanding the numerical logic underlying pure musical tones and pure colors is the tetractys. (more…)
2nd Edition (March 11th, 2010), ISBN 978-90-813871-01-9, 48 pages
Everything in nature has a rhythm. Nature is constantly dancing, on all levels. To fully understand this, we need a new scientific paradigm. The old paradigm beliefs that energy originates from matter. The new paradigm shows us that matter originates from energy.
Understanding Nature applies this new scientific paradigm to explain the essence of nature. It shows simple solutions for all the problems of the old science. However, this new science is not so new at all, since it brings us right back to the legacy of Pythagoras. (more…)