Interestingly, cause and effect relationships in cancer are difficult to prove e.g. whether shortened telomeres initiate or prevent cancer. Correlative evidence might appear to show that telomere uncapping and resultant DNA damage signals may suppress cancer cell cycle checkpoints, because the damage cannot be repaired in the absence of telomerase. However, when alterations in specific cell cycle regulatory pathways, e.g. inactivation of p53, cells can continue to divide still having critically shortened telomeres, while expressing DNA damage pathways. This is a bypass of senescence (M1) with cells continuing to divide. When many telomeres are shortened to the extent that end - end chromosome fusions occur, this produces chromosome - breakage - fusion - bridge cycles known as M2 or crisis. Crisis stage M2 leads to extensive chromosomal alterations, the hallmark of cancer. It is hypothesized that transpositional states based in quantum entropic conditions lead to transitions from altered cell cycle checkpoints encouraging cells to grow to meet increased energy exigencies. Terminally shortened telomeres may not prevent cell divisions in a rarity of human cells that can bypass this stage. This type of rare cell manifests the hallmarks of telomere stability with reactivation of telomerase. The fundamental mechanisms underpinning a bypass of senescence M1 and continuance to the crisis point (M2) may be based in quantum phenomena which ultimately determine such biochemical changes. Actively dividing cancer cells could then survive and continue to replicate. Further hypothesized is the idea that an electromagnetic physiologic immune response provides the encouragement for certain cells to divide and grow while avoiding crisis stages, in spite of having terminally shortened telomeres. This explanation is proposed for contrasting normal mitosis versus neoplasia.
It is further hypothesized that MRT may stimulate up regulation of telomerase when telomere length diminishes too greatly in specific tissues, and functionality is decreased. Telomerase is projected to be a defensive mechanism of the body, because telomerase increases telomere length. In cancer, when telomeres become too shortened, telomerase is up-regulated to increase telomere length, but in crisis stages, M1 -M2, quantum state entropy is too great for the defensive mechanism to overcome. Thus, telomerase produces increased lengths of telomeres in actively dividing cancer cells, therein keeping the cancer cells dividing and surviving; and as actively mitotic cells increase energies from fissions/ fusions of subatomic particles, the cancer cells increase energy, as the chain reaction proceeds. In simple terms, the cancer cells have superseded the normal cells while using the natural defense mechanisms of normal cells to survive and multiply. The degree of chaos/quantum entropy from fissions/fusions overcomes the natural defense mechanisms based in telomerase production.
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.
Perspectivism: The Art of Life
Perspectivism is thought to represent a “world” point of view. One sees the interrelation of all facets of experience, creating an integrated picture of life. In this sense, an individual views the parts of his reality in terms of the depth of their meaning to him, with the whole of perception; including the mind, heart and soul.
Perspectivism is a school of philosophy that contains no dogma. It is left to the individual to interpret what he sees, thinks and feels, in view of what he intuitively knows is right and good. The school of thought believes in the basic goodness and uniqueness of all people, regardless of past choices and outcomes. The individual’s freedom of choice, behavior and belief system, determines that world view, serving as guide for all future decisions; realizing that circumstances surrounding any given situation are different.
How then can one know that all people have this integrity? Because, as Lao Tzu said, “It could all begin in me.” Upon realization that this view is most natural, easy and the source of happiness, human intuition yields the view that all people are compeer (equal) in the eyes of the universal design.
The honest individual, who seeks peace in freedom, and love with justice, will protect the integrity of all members of his reality; because it is the same as protecting himself. Fear and guilt are denied their power to divide men. Judgment of self is paramount, while judgment of others is secondary, because it all begins and end with the individual.
We are all part of the grand, universal design. Yet, humble in our awareness of limitation, relative to an infinite cosmos, we all know the connection of humanity. As all people are points of reference in the universe, we know humanity as a whole must serve a purpose. Otherwise, we could not appreciate consciousness.
Lao Tzu’s words, “From wonder into wonder, Existence opens,” drives us all to comprehend need for realizing ideals of freedom, justice, peace, love and brotherhood- in ourselves.
The final decision of each, by each, for all, is based in Lao Tzu’s view, “What is, is the was of what shall be.”
A commonly accepted perspective concerning Darwin’s theory of “Survival of the Fittest and Natural Selection,” as it relates to sociological factors in humans, assumes that humans who are stronger (physically and immunologically) and more highly motivated to advantage, will better survive environmental changes. The “Might Makes Right” proposition of Nietzsche and Mao is thought to apply. Those who are more motivated (giving in to a release of moral stricture) to acquire wealth and power, according to the first perspective, will survive and thrive, thus creating Hegelian History; while those who are weak and morally tempered will succumb, being relegated to lower socio-economic levels, more difficult lives and suffering.
However, the second perspective, still based upon Darwin’s Theory of Natural Selection and Survival of the Fittest, takes into account the more inclusive consideration of human nature as it may relate to Freudian theory. Thus, Freud divided the human mind into categories. The id, most closely associated with animal instinct, i.e. self preservation and aggression, in conjunction with aspects of the ego, i.e. self image related to properties of the id, including sexual conquest, the sublime sense of power and libidinal gratification in various forms, refer us to the first perspective that assumes the necessary characteristics of greed, selfishness, lack of moral conviction and, indeed, lack of sympathy and empathy for others.
However, the second perspective of social Darwinism includes consideration of the Freudian superego, a true sense of humanity, moral sensibility and recognition that formation of a social contract (including individual right’s, freedoms, justice, brotherhood and decency) with sympathy and empathy, will ultimately define those who survive- through peaceful cooperation. Ultimatly, it will be the id and basest aspects of the ego that will destroy those who are not fittest, and the natural selection process of human growth will eliminate those living with the most aggressive and selfish tendencies. The second perspective, I believe, is more likely to be the accurate assessment through time.
The theories of Einstein and Darwin have been badly misconstrued by those who display the thirst for power. They will ultimately self-destruct. Einstein’s view of Relativity does not refer to ethics, but to man’s finite capacity for perception. Morality is not purely a human affair of the weak, it is rather, as Aristotle and Newton noted, a method by which we move closer to God. Those who maintain that the integrity of life must be held sacrosanct are those who are in fact, the fittest for survival.
Imagine, if you will, that you are an infinitesimally small particle, a trillion, trillion times smaller than an electron, and you are living on an electron in the human body. The electron is orbiting the nucleus of a hydrogen atom, and you look out into the vastness of space between the atoms. You see atoms collecting into molecules, like local star clusters; and you see molecules collecting to create tissues, like galaxies. There are magnetic surges produced by electrical currents that look like astronomical mega-surges of energy. When magnetic loops cross one another a short circuit produces what appears to be violent and random energy storms. But, these are balancing physiological adjustment mechanisms in the human body. Now you see a white blood cell ruptured by a foreign bacterium, and it looks like an exploding galaxy. Wormholes to another dimension pass messages of quantum gravitational interactions, through photon-phonon transductions, and it looks like a black hole sucking energy from a star that came too close to the event horizon. You see the mechanisms of the body as both violent and creative, just as astronomers see our universe of heavenly bodies. You realize that perception is relative to the infinite frame of reference, as the harmonious laws of Nature serve to adjust the structures of things, big and small, to maintain the balance of the totality. Our universe is finite and bounded. We cannot see beyond the horizon of our universe, we cannot know the multiverse- all that there is.
Nor can we see the infinitely small, as all revealed mysteries inexorably lead to other mysteries. As an observer, a trillion, trillion times smaller than an electron, watching blood cells move, captured by the surging blood, or watching electrochemical interactions of nerve cell axioms (stretching beyond purview) we may be mystified by the ostensible, random violence of such events. Watching superconducting strings of biological matter; or thermonuclear fusion processes that provide energy from singularities, stretching beyond perception into the ostensible nothingness of space, create the awe and wonder of mortals; as we realize the hand of the Creator is at work. Indeed, the infinitesimally small and infinitely large cause us to reflect on everything immeasurable and knowable; and from this consciousness must come the light of humility.
Reason For Life serves as a written and visual expression of Dr. Jerry Jacobson’s life experience. A work of art, prose and poetry, it reflects on how everything in the universe relates despite the space that appears to divide them, and the chaos and violence that seems to reign in the universe.
What appears chaotic and random actually provides basis for creation and ultimate uniformity to maintain design of the totality. Examples refer to amino acids (the building blocks of life) found on comets, and mega surges from interaction of stars and even black holes- the most mysterious objects in the universe.
Indeed, a scientific breakthrough now reveals reason for belief in God (the hand of the divine Creative consciousness), universal order and design. Using in-vivo experimental models (mice and dogs) exposed to magnetic fields 10 million times weaker than the Earth’s natural magnetic field, researchers found that profound effects were induced. In the past, such weak magnetic fields, measured in association with brain waves and the human heart, were thought to be noise (secondary to stronger interactions). The specific intensities were calculated on the basis of a unified field equation known as Jacobson Resonance; and the results demonstrated that living systems could amplify weak magnetic triggers acting on quantum levels (quantum gravity). Magnetic fields permeate outer space, even when there is nothing there- as low as a quadrillion times weaker than Earth’s magnetic field. Bursts of magnetic energy also surge through space at untold levels on power.
Dr. Jacobson said, “These experiments on mice and dogs show that matter and space communicate through magnetic resonance.
There is no such thing as empty space, but extra-dimensional matter and energy existing in a perfectly ordered and designed state- making it physically undetectable by man.”
Sir Isaac Newton, the 17th century founder of physics, said, “ The fact that universe is so beautifully designed in accordance with such harmonious laws must presuppose the existence of a divine wisdom the hand of the divine creator.”
Dr. Jacobson also said, “It has been revealed by science that the space that divides everything we see, hear, and feel is filled with an infinite sea of energy. The carrier of the message in our experiments can only be presumed to be a gravity wave, the essence, or deeper reality, undergirding the multitudinous ephemeral manifestations of Nature; expressed to man as electromagnetic field and gravitational field, or as they were called by Einstein- matter and space.”
This collection speaks to the reason for our very existence; to discover who and what we are while searching for love a connection to life, and the ultimate source of our true being. One learns that all people are born with the unalienable right to freedom of expression, to realize our God-given unique potential, with freedom from injustice, prejudice and iniquity. Freedom, one learns, is not derived from the outside, but from the core essence of our consciousness, the very source of all creation, the individual’s light of mind and soul.
DOES GOD REALLY EXIST?
A Scientist’s View of Creation
By: Dr. Jerry Jacobson, PhD
Stephan Hawking, world-renowned physicist, recently concluded, “There is no God, because nothing existed before the Big Bang.”
Logic or emotion?
St. Thomas Aquinas borrowing a cogent argument from Aristotle and St. Augustine, maintained that God must have existed as a first cause because every effect requires a cause. And this must have been true of the entire universe.
Logic or emotion?
Einstein said, from a finite perspective, “ Time may be merely an illusion, even if a stubborn one.”
Before than, now and after than, represents quite a stubborn illusion, because we know nothing else from experience.
Logic or emotion?
There had to be a first cause, a precipitating event of Nature, to create what we know to be real. We may always logically presume that something came before this, and something will persist after this.
Even as we reflect upon the boundary condition of our universe, as Einstein queried, “Should one postulate boundary conditions? Einstein answers, “ The postulation of boundary conditions is indispensible.”
We may always ask, “ What is outside or beyond that which we experience?” Science is a search for truth, a rational progression of thought towards the infinite, that which is, by definition, unknowable.
Yet, one believes he may know God. Logic or emotion, reason or faith?
How do we explain this dichotomous enigmatic situation?
The Question Of Unification
Let us turn to Einstein who said, in response to quantum theory, “God does not play dice with men.” What did he mean? Months before his death in 1955, Einstein wrote a second appendix for his final book, “The Meaning of Relativity.” The final paragraph states, “ From the quantum phenomena it appears to follow with certainty that a finite system of finite energy can be completely described by a finite set of numbers (quantum numbers). This does not seem to be in accordance with a continuum theory, and must lead to an attempt to find a purely algebraic theory for the description of reality. But nobody knows how to obtain the basis of such a theory.” Essentially, what Einstein was calling for was a simpler idea, having the fewest number of axioms or propositions, which could relate to the greatest diversity of applications. But modern science ostensibly has lost its way, entrenched in complexity. How then can we view, as Einstein sought, the simple expression of reality, through the algebraic unification of matter and space, from which all has appeared? As St. Paul marveled, nineteen hundred years ago, “The world was created by the word of God. So that what is seen was made of things which do not appear.”
The questions throughout conscious history have essentially remained the same; while the answers have simply taken on new metaphors, syntax and noumena.
The nomenclature of modern science refers to electromagnetic field as matter, ordinary things like; people, a tree or rock, and stars. While, gravitational field refers to space, that which separates the things of common reference. Thus, we still have only two realities to deal with, matter and space.
The Possible Answer
Recent university-based scientific studies have revealed that matter and space communicate through magnetic resonance. Einstein spent the last quarter century of his life searching for a simple theory to unify electromagnetism and gravity, or matter and space as they may also be called. Indeed, extremely low intensity magnetic fields, found naturally in the human body, and predicted by the unified field equation known as Jacobson Resonance, have been shown to exert profound effects on living systems. Jacobson Resonance says that there is no such thing as empty space. All space is filled (even a perfect vacuum) with an infinite sea of extra dimensional energy that may be physically undetectable.
The link between matter and space is a gravity wave, predicted in 1916 by Einstein; and these extremely weak magnetic signals (billions of times weaker than MRI) produce gravity waves (invisible matter filling space) on microscopic (quantum) levels. These magnetic forces represent quantum gravity. It is obvious that there is no such thing as absolute emptiness (as commonly conceived), if all things, everywhere, are incessantly affected by gravity, which has to be something. After thinking about what leads to the idea that an infinite number of things are never directly seen, heard or felt, one realizes that there has to be a universal order, that is, everything must be arranged this way. Since there are an infinite number of things apparently avoiding ostensible touching, such an order could not happen by chance, but by design. And, the purpose of life must be to serve the Creator’s intention, by holding the integrity of life sacrosanct. Reason or emotion?
What appears reasonable is that Hawking’s conclusion concerning nothingness preexisting Creation refers to emotion, because there is no such thing as nothing. It has been revealed by science that the space that divides everything we see, hear and feel, is filled with energy. While, energy and mass are interconvertible, (as taught by Einstein) we know that the essence of all reality rests in the primordial, infinitely small monads (conceived by the German 17th century philosopher, Gottfried Leibniz). Monads are the tiniest things imaginable, self-contained but mirroring all else in the universe. Hawking himself predicted the existence of baby universes, or extremely small black holes that flicker into and out of existence through singularities; wormholes connecting dimensions of ordinary and extra-ordinary matter. Virtual particles pop into existence from nowhere, last for milliseconds and then disappear into nothingness. Matter can appear from nowhere, and disappear then completely undetectable, just like the universe.
Reason or emotion?
There is no such thing as ‘nowhere, or nothing ness.’ Plato said, “The true lover of knowledge is always striving after being. He will not rest at those multitudinous phenomena whose existence is appearance only.”
Hegel declared, “Pure Being and Nothing are the same.” There exists an undergirding reality that unites matter and space, in that matter and space are representations of that fundamental reality forming the essence of all things; all things spring from the same fundamental source, or essence.
Whereas, what we see are merely ephemeral manifestations, incessantly changing to maintain the integrity of the infinite totality. And, the infinitesimal and infinitely large lie beyond man’s reach, each mystery leading inexorably to the next. Anselem’s argument of design, (or purposiveness,) refers man to his ultimate objective- to follow his reason, incited by transcendent emotion, guiding all in faith towards the ultimate; always to reach towards the infinite extensions of actuality, with love for the intrinsic wonder bestowed by God to the most precious aspect of consciousness- the soul, or essence of Creation itself.
Einstein or Newton?
Einstein founded a theory of this universe, based in what we see. Newton founded a theory of Nature based in what we may conceive. How did Newton interpret the riddle of a falling apple? The principle of gravitation, he believed, applies not only to the earth but also to the vast extensions of infinity. From planet to planet, star-to-star, galaxy-to-galaxy, throughout the infinite terrain of space and time, the mutual interaction of mass-to-mass maintains the incredible order of time and space under the watchful eye of the infinite, the Eternal. Newton said, “The fact that the universe is so beautifully designed in accordance with such harmonious laws must presuppose the existence of a Divine Wisdom, the hand of the Divine Creator.”
We have maintained that absolute space as nothingness does not exist. But, what shall we think of Newton’s concept of absolute space and time, when Einstein maintained the relativity of space and time? Einstein considered the elements of a finite universe to be relative- relative to man.
How could man know anything but the finite and approximate when he is finite?
Einstein did not include God’s watchful eye in his theories and equations of Relativity. Newton did. To Newton, absolute space was conceived as infinite, perfectly uniform, featureless and immovable, relative to man the finite. Space was, in effect, the substrate in which bodies moved about. Absolute space could not be seen or measured in any way. Rene Descartes, considered the Father of modern philosophy, said that there is no space devoid of field, that is, there is no such thing as nothingness- only that which is unknowable and immeasurable. Newton also believed in an absolute time, while in Einstein’s universe time is relative- relative to man’s finite capacity for measurement and perception. Newton said, “Absolute time, mathematical time, or true time, of itself, and from its own nature, flows equably without regard to anything external (man’s relative and apparent time.)
While, relative time, or common time, is some sensible measure of duration by the means of motion, which is commonly seen instead of true time.”
Einstein or Newton? Finitude or expanded consciousness of the infinite?
Indeed, according to Newton, the Infinite sees and knows all. Man’s universe is but a small part of what must be real.
For Newton, absolute time flowed inexorably onward, measurable only by the infinite, while relative time was but an approximate, finite measure of man’s limited view of reality. What is outside of Einstein’s bounded universe? The multiverse is measureless. And, what is smaller than the particles known to man? It is the monad, the smallest particle, windowless and featureless to man. Under the microscope, all atoms look the same. The infinitesimally small reflection of everything immeasurable and unknowable is the essence filling the nothingness, lighting the path to the knowable.
Newton said, “God is eternal and infinite, omnipotent and omniscient; that is his duration reaches from infinity to infinity. He endures forever and is everything present; and by existing always and everywhere, he constitutes duration and space.. In him all things are contained and moved; bodies find no resistance from the omnipresence of God. “
Man cannot determine the position of any object relative to absolute space, because absolute space is perfectly uniform, and identical to him everywhere. There is no way for man to determine the origin of absolute space. Man depends on broken symmetries for perception. Thus, man cannot know the center of the universe or the origin of the Big bang. We can know only relative positions of bodies by reference to other bodies, as Einstein admitted.
Newton or Einstein, infinity or finitude?
In the final analysis, wisdom teaches, “The wise man is trusting of God and the intrinsic value of all creations; whereas, arrogance is trusting of man and skeptical of God, in the relativity of value.
Freedom, one learns is not derived from the outside, but from the core essence of our consciousness, the very source of all creation, the individual’s light of mind and soul.
Reason or emotion?
“Reason For Life” by Dr. Jerry Jacobson, Abbott Press, (2012). For all who wonder about the source of life’s miraculous journey. Jacobson Resonance is explored and applied. (See www.drjerryjacobson.com for more information)
“The Universe and Dr. Einstein” by Lincoln Barnett, A Bantam Book/ published in association with William Morrow (1974). The clearest, most readable book on Einstein’s theories ever published, with foreword by Albert Einstein
“The Meaning of Relativity by Albert Einstein, Princeton University Press, 5TH Edition (1956). This version contains, “The Relativistic Theory of the Non-Symmetric Field”, Einstein’s final scientific paper… For anyone seeking to thoroughly understand the meaning of Einstein’s theories, this book offers the original lectures, equations, and explanation, first hand.
“The Nature of Physics” by Peter J Brancazio, Macmillan Publishing Co, Inc., New York, (1975)
A historical, philosophical approach to physics. The major areas of physics- mechanics, light and electromagnetism, relativity, quantum theory and atomic and nuclear physics are conveyed. Development of each topic is along historical lines, and this is truly a unique book.
“Detection of the Brain’s Electrical Activity with a Superconducting Magnetometer”
by David Cohen, Science, 175:664 (1971)
“A Look at the possible Mechanism and Potential of Magnetotherapy” by Dr. Jerry Jacobson, Journal of Theoretical Biology 148: 97-119, Academic Press (1991)
“A Hypothetical Mathematical Construct Explaining the Mechanism of Biological Amplification in an Experimental Model Utilizing picoTesla Electromagnetic Fields”
by A. Saxena, J. I Jacobson, W. S Yamanashi, BJ Scherlag and BB Saxena, Medical Hypothesis, 60 (6),
821-839, Elsevier Science Ltd. (2003)
(With explanation and derivation of Jacobson Resonance)
Einstein said, in response to the skepticism of his fellow scientists, “God does not play dice with men!” While Einstein’s life was in fact a search for the wisdom of God, his theories were limited to the perception of man. This was the source of his greatest frustration, and he believed that there must be a simple, algebraic theory for the description of reality, which could unify electromagnetism and gravity (the two realities known to man), or as they might also be called, matter and space. He believed in the order and harmony of the universe, as did Einstein’s mentor, Spinoza- who also believed that God is everything-called Pantheism.
But, Einstein spent the last quarter century of his life looking outside of himself, not realizing that his equation, E=mc2 was in fact an integral part of the answer. Mc2 is the rest energy, or intrinsic energy contained in any mass- by definition an aggregate of electromagnetic field. And, he did not have a physical model to work with, always looking at the stars as ultimate objects. Mc2=BvLq was discovered on the basis of a human model, with wonder about how to connect a component (microscopic part) of the body with space through exposure to an electromagnetic field. Faraday said that V=BvL, that is, an induced electromotive force (Vi) measured in volts (defined as energy per unit electrical charge) is equal to a magnetic field times the length of a conductor (the height if a human body), times the velocity that the body was traveling with, through a magnetic field.
Since we are all traveling with our Earth spaceship at about 18.5 miles per second around the sun, and a magnetic field travels at the speed of light, BvLq is an expression of pure energy that is transmitted instantly to space as a gravity wave. The energy of the electromagnetic interaction, transmitted to space as a gravity wave, when equal to the energy of a mass, mc2, produces a vibration of the component, microscopic mass. Scientific studies have shown that very weak magnetic fields, calculated with mc2=BvLq, act as a quantum gravity; showing that matter and space communicate through a new form of magnetic resonance called Jacobson Resonance. Thus, mc2=BvLq unifies matter and space, electromagnetism and gravity and yields the simple solution to Einstein’s dilemma. As well, it shows the ultimate order and design of the universe, necessarily created by a higher consciousness, God.
The Jacobson Resonator was named by NASA engineers, at the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi, who first prototyped the investigational device in 1996. It is an electromagnetic (Helmholtz configuration- see www.drjerryjacobson.com) that produces extremely weak magnetic fields. The magnetic fields were calculated by the unified field equation known as Jacobson Resonance. This equation was first used in 1979 to predict the nature of the magnetic profile of humans, and other living systems. The magnetic forces are about 10 million times weaker than the natural magnetic field of the Earth, and billions of times weaker than MRI.
Professor David Cohen of MIT first measured these magnetic fields in association with the human brain and heart (1971) but he and his colleagues believed them to be noise , emanating from stronger interactions. Jacobson, in 1979, predicted the existence of such forces, independently (not knowing of their measurement), that is, these weak magnetic fields are vital to living systems; whereas, disease or injury changes then strength (and frequency) of living tissues. Renormalization of naturally occurring magnetic fields, is essential, and Jacobson collaborated with researchers are major universities to study the effects of these calculated forces on animals. (Mice and dogs)
Thus, it was demonstrated that Jacobson Resonance magnetic fields exerted a profound effect on living systems.
The theory behind the equation was simple. It proposed that matter and space communicated through magnetic resonance. Furthermore, it was concluded that there is no such thing as empty space, but extra-dimensional matter/energy existing in a perfectly ordered and designed state (making it physically undetectable by man).
Indeed, the space that divides everything we see hear, and feel, is filled with an infinite sea of energy. The carrier of the messages in the experiments can only be presumed to be a gravity wave (quantum gravity) the essence (or deeper reality) undergirding the multitudinous ephemeral manifestation of nature; and expressed to man as electromagnetic field and gravitational field, or as they were called by Einstein-matter and space.
Sir Isaac Newton, the founder of physics, said, “The fact that the universe is so beautifully designed in accordance with such harmonious laws must presuppose the existence on a divine wisdom, the hand of the divine creator. “
Visual Art must first represent the innermost feelings of the artist, to be honest. When the artist paints with integrity, the intrinsic value of painting is of paramount importance. It is an intimate commitment to freedom and self actualization that promotes the intensity of creation. In this vein, we are all artists, and the unique gift of humanity may be expressed with a sublime power of intentionality, and individuality. Only after this transcendent emotion is captivated, does iconography and technique come into play. When the artist feels free, he may then decide to ponder how to create a statement of purpose, and convey an idea. This process may take a long time, thus patience with oneself is critical The ability to put paint on a canvas with brush or knife is a fundamental capacity that develops as one learns to permit freedom for experimentation; in that the artist should try to find his unique identity, which can only come from letting go of inhibitions and self judgement. The completed painting, most especially when one is learning, is secondary to the feelings of the artist during the process of applying the medium.
Truely, it takes years, more often than not, just to learn how to apply paint to a canvas, and feel the power of knowledge. During this formative stage , the feelings conveyed by the images are far more important than techincal mastery . There are many trained in technique who portray subjects with technical proficiency, but lack emotive power. This is so because their conditioning stifles the degree to which they are in touch with passion, and self honesty. Van Gogh is highly regarded as a master, because every brush stroke reveals who he was, how he felt about life, and the universe that partakes of every breath, every thought, and every dream of what could be and should be. Yes, painting reflects your relationship with all there is, how you feel about yourself, others, and all things. Once the artist can feel this, then he may, more successfully, reflect on how to approach a new canvas with a particular idea, message, world view, or dream state in mind.
Your canvas is your world! It belongs to you, before the willingness to share anything. The artist must paint first for himself, to discover his own world, before he decides to share any message, feeling or thought with others. From this comes the natural wellspring of creation, with freshness and beauty that is uniquely special to the individual.
Now, everything see must conform to the truth of universal order, balance and harmony. Simply put, the various fundamental images that comprise the totality of iconography, should be plastic. All things in the universe are always in motion. So too must your images be moving, yet the scene is captured in time. In a fleeting second of purview, one captures the motion of things, all moving relatively with one another; creating a plastic form of geometricity, the center of which is located at the golden point;- off the center of the canvas plane, it is that point of tension that engenders the passionate harmony of balance and form. You can feel where it is without measurement, yet it has been derived mathematically. The artist accustoms himself to seeing the margined picture plane everywhere, balancing in his mind all that he sees; conforming to the sense of balance in his soul. Yet, as the scene always changes, the golden point is automatically adjusted by the placement of objects, in bounded view, that create the plastic form. The tension can be created by one dot, off center at the golden point, on a blank canvas.
Feel the tension while capturing the balance of geometric plasticity in your mind and heart. When you look at a scene, all things/objects are equalized in terms of size, intensity and color, whether living or non-living; because, all things have their place in space and in time. Your main focus is always placed off-center, and balanced by the gravitational force of other objects that contribute to the totality of the plastic form, and balance about the golden point. All pictures must have this tension to emote. It is as though the scene is captured instantaneously, just before everything will move, as it does in reality If a mother and child are painted in a field with sunshine, the viewer must feel the wind, the warmth of the sun, the emotions of the people, while imagining the next motion of the subjects. In Van Gogh's "Starry Night" the stars move through the heavens, just as they do in reality. Van Gogh makes you feel the whirling of atoms and stars, to move us closer to himself; to live with his passion even for the while, and forgetting all else.
Most of all, painting is something everyone can enjoy doing, and for that period of time one can lose himself in a world of sensuous pleasure, forgetting the troubles of the day, and find a level of peace, afforded by no other action I can think of.