Who discovered the Unified Field Equation
Dr. Jacobson paints with the passion of Van Gogh, the skill of Caravaggio, the division of Michelangelo and the creativity of Picasso. His life's work include more than 800 oil paintings, thousands of drawings, hundreds of water colors, pastels and numerous inks. His discovery is called perspectivism. Perspectivism is a new trend philosophical thought applied to a vision encompassing scientific iconography.
As a theoretical physicist he envisions string theory. His recent paintings reflect a vision of string theory, the hottest topic in modern physics. It speaks to the unification and communication between all things in the universe; large and small, near and distant.
His dedication to oil painting was enhanced by his search for the unified field equation, earnestly trying to visually represent the infinite number of dimensions comprising the world we see and the world we don't see.
He has exhibited his paintings throughout the world for nearly 50 years, having numerous one-man exhibitions in NYC both in galleries and museums. His paintings appear in numerous collections of celebrities. As a world class medical researcher, he has incorporated medical images in his paintings with meaningful philosophical import. Dr. Jacobson has published more than 100 scientific articles in peer reviewed journals and is the inventor of 50 patents both national and international. His discovery of the unified field equation that Einstein sought has been applied to medical therapeutics, and prospectively includes a vision of controlled thermonuclear fusion power.
A pioneer in the field of biolelectromagnetics, he has lectured on the theory and practice of Jacobson Resonance throughout the world for more than 30 years. He has lectured 3 times for the Nobel Assembly in medicine and physiology in Stockholm, Sweden, the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow, the Indian Medical Association in Calcutta, and Monte Carlo at the behest of the Princess Antoinette de Monaco. He has directed basic science and clinical research throughout the world including the USA, Canada, Mexico, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Greece, Italy, India and the Bahamas just to name a few.
Dr, Jacobson considers himself an artist, and a philosopher of truth. His creativity knows no subject boundaries as hr has written 25 books, hundreds of poems, songs, philosophical essays, novels and short stories.
Truly a renaissance genius, this mans paintings of visual plasticity, geometrical balance, color harmony and imagery is second to non over the last century.