Born and raised in New England. Trained in the nuclear power field of the U.S. navy. Served as control room supervisor of a city owned utility (electric operations, and monitoring of gas, water, and sewer stations). Member of the Civil Air Patrol. Freelance lighting designer for community theater. Enjoy photography as a hobby. Did a lot of research on religious studies.
Putting science and religion together. I wrote a book on the subject called "The Merging of Two Worlds". It is available on the internet. See www.scienceandreligionconverging.com for info on the book
The unified field theory of physics ,and God, are one and the same. It is what is doing the creating, it is everywhere, it is invisible (you cannot see quantum fields, you can only see the effects they produce). The left brain hemisphere sees the creative forces of nature as mathematical models because it sees things in logical expressions. The right brain hemisphere sees them as a creator because it sees things in associations. Religious writings are all right-brain oriented. The scientific method is all left-brain oriented.
Biblical interpretations, the Mayan calendar
After writing a book "The Merging of Two Worlds", I was looking for ways to introduce myself. I read a book by Karen Armstrong "A History of God", so I looked up her name and book title on google. I discovered a link that took me to TED. Upon discovering TED, I realized that this might be a way to express my ideas with others in a positive way. I have found the experience enlightening, since it is educating me on how others think. It is dissolving my preconceived ideas on other people and giving me a fresh new way of seeing the world from the eyes and thoughts of others.
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