Back to a Future for Mankind - BioGeometry by Ibrahim Karim

By Ibrahim Karim

This first-ever released choice of writings via Dr. Ibrahim Karim displays the holistic essence of his worldview. Dr Karim is the founding father of the technological know-how of BioGeometry within the early Nineteen Seventies. BioGeometry is the technology that makes use of shapes, colours, movement and sound to urge concord into the sophisticated strength traits of our surroundings. on the center of this concord is a sophisticated power caliber present in the transcendental facilities of the forming strategy of nature and is the most caliber in sacred energy spots of humanity that supply a religious size to the undying monuments erected because the sunrise of humanity. together with his adventure as an architect and a scientist Dr. Karim has synergized points of Pythagorean Harmonics, refined strength sciences, Radiesthesia, Geobiology, construction Biology, Sacred structure & glossy wave theories to provide a brand new Physics of caliber from which the technological know-how of BioGeometry emerged. *BioGeometry bridges technology and spirituality to provide a normal concord into the surroundings. *BioGeometry offers a conceivable resolution in reworking the standard of the impact that electromagnetic radiation has on dwelling platforms. profitable initiatives in Switzerland in collaboration & acknowledgment of Swiss professionals end up its potency to take our sleek technological know-how into the longer term. *BioGeometry presents new suggestions to Earth Radiation, that's a significant wellbeing and fitness threat if now not stated within the position and layout of our constructions. * a brand new energy-quality-based research of the good Pyramid in Giza, unearths new wisdom at the greatest of the wonders of the realm and at the essence of the nice historical Egyptian civilization.

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Thus, the horizon diverges provided the equation of state is such that ρ R 2 vanishes or is finite as R → 0. For a perfect fluid with p ≡ ( − 1) as the relation between pressure and energy density, we have the adiabatic dependence p ∝ R −3 , and the same dependence for ρ if the rest-mass density is negligible. A period of inflation therefore needs < 2/3 ⇒ ρc2 + 3 p < 0. Such a criterion can also solve the flatness problem. Consider the Friedmann equation, 8π Gρ R 2 R˙ 2 = − kc2 . 3 As we have seen, the density term on the right-hand side must exceed the curvature term by a factor of at least 1060 at the Planck time, and yet a more natural initial condition might be to have the matter and curvature terms being of comparable order of magnitude.

We will not attempt to prove this key result here (see chapter 12 of Peacock 1999, or Liddle and Lyth 1993, 2000). Because the de Sitter expansion is invariant under time translation, the inflationary process produces a universe that is fractal-like in the sense that scaleinvariant fluctuations correspond to a metric that has the same ‘wrinkliness’ per log length-scale. e. the perturbations that are just leaving the horizon at the end of inflation, so that super-horizon evolution is not an issue.

This suggests some completely new physical effect that is not covered by Newtonian concepts. However, on scales much smaller than the current horizon, we should be able to ignore curvature and treat galaxy dynamics as occurring in Minkowski spacetime; this approach works in deriving the Friedmann equation. How do we relate this to ‘expanding space’? It should be clear that Minkowski spacetime does not expand – indeed, the very idea that the motion of distant galaxies could affect local dynamics is profoundly anti-relativistic: the equivalence principle says that we can always find a tangent frame in which physics is locally special relativity.

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