Jamie Janover: Unified Field Theory Up Close
Where do we come from? Where does the universe begin and end? Why is this knowledge important? These are just some of the major questions Jamie Janover explores in his "cliff notes of the Reader's Digest version" of the Unified Field Theory, a theory in physics that seeks to grasp the smallest particles of space and elements of the universe. "When you tap into the universe you begin to center yourself. If there's any one thing you take out of the lecture, it's to check in with your own personalized singularity every day."
Join Jamie in the video above as he delves into physics and geometry to show how with an understanding of our universe, we can better know our individualized place. "Understanding the universe helps you to understand yourself, which helps you to understand all of humanity -- which starts to lead towards… wait a minute -- discrimination and racism don't even make sense, which then leads to changing behavior, which leads to more compassion and understanding, which leads to… festival earth."
"The bottom line is, the reason I'm even sitting in this room right now, is because I want to have more fun, and less pain and suffering. I want the world to be like Wanderlust -- I want the world to be a festival earth."
Learn more about Unified Field theory on Nasseim Haramein's website "The Resonance Project", dedicated to the unification of all sciences and philosophies emerging from a complete and applied view of the physics underlying the wheelworks of nature. The image below is a 64 tetrahedron image, which Haramein theorized geometry for the fabric of the vacuum of the universe.
If you want to know more about Jamie, you can go deeper on his projects at www.jamiejanover.com. Jamie Janover is recognized as a true innovator. His considerable creative output includes: being a master of the ancient percussion stringed instrument called the hammered dulcimer, inventing and performing on an instrument he calls the "mini-kit" (a miniature amplified drum kit), playing pyrocussion (fire drums) and creating the RealmsMobile (a recumbent tricycle with the mini-kit attached, enabling him to ride and play drums simultaneously).Combining the innovations of modern technology with the wisdom of ancient instruments, Janover is making music that has never even been possible until very recently, achieving a creative balance between the acoustic and the electronic to create a unified field: music reflective of the polarized nature of modern times. For many years Jamie has maintained a rigorous touring schedule, alternating between several acts including: LYNX & Janover, ZILLA (w/ Michael Travis from SCI and Aaron Holstein), PRAANG (w/ EOTO & Steve Kimock) and The Everyone Orchestra, among others. When not playing music, you can find Janover connecting dots around the world in his extensive travels and collaborations in multiple creative realms including creating stunning images as a professional photographer, sculpture works using natural found objects and being an emissary for scientist Nassim Haramein of the Resonance Project. Janover also produces music events including an annual electronic music festival in Colorado called SONIC BLOOM.
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