This core course offers a comprehensive and inspiring introduction to unified physics, the science behind the connected universe worldview. We explore its roots, its current application and its vast potential. Understanding the scientific principles of connectedness can have a profound effect on our everyday lives and on the world around us.
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Ancient Egypt Revisited is a Resonance Academy elective course - hosted by Resonance Ambassador Jamie Janover - discussing in great detail three ancient sites in Egypt visited by the Resonance Academy Delegate Gathering in October 2017: The Great Pyramid of Giza, The Sphinx and the Osireion Temple in Abydos.
The Etymology of Number is a four-part lecture series that examines the discovery and evolution of the human understanding of numbers and their role in physics, chemistry, photonics, gravity, music, art, architecture, mathematics, measurement, time and human awareness.
This advanced curriculum builds upon the concepts and numerical pattern methodologies described in the Etymology of Number elective in order to explore deeper discoveries in unified sciences, mathematics, music, art, consciousness and spirituality.
BIG Questions: Resolving the Hard Problems of Science is a Resonance Academy elective course exploring the unified physics of fundamental principles engendering universal order, synergistic organization and coherent evolution and development of the Connected Universe.
In this course, we explore the geometry of spacetime, and the fundamental permutations of the quantum plenum (or Aether) which give rise to all known forces and types of mass-energy. The principles which govern these geometric arrangements are explored in depth, and shown to extend from the structure of the proton, to atomic nuclei, molecular arrangements, and all the way to macrocosmic scales and objects.