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SUMMARY: Bins Analytics said the findings of its dozen years of original research into general laws of systems, social, political and economic systems, physics and the universe could usher in a less problem-prone world such as that depicted in the Star Trek saga. From the angle of the research results, even teleportation and warp drive are given a theoretical basis.
New Jersey, May 23, 2017 - Bins Analytics™ said the findings of its dozen years of original research into general laws of systems, social, political and economic systems, physics and the universe could usher in a less problem-prone world such as that depicted in the Star Trek saga, which celebrated its fiftieth anniversary in September 2016. Besides leading toward possible advances in societal management, the theoretical models of physics arrived at provide a basis for crude descriptions of futuristic devices. Faster-than-light travel, teleportation, and energy generation using antimatter are among the possibilities mentioned for mankind’s future in Part I, section 1.1.1 of the first sequence in the research series, LAWS OF ALL™. This introductory section of the work was made available for no-cost access today on the company’s website homepage under the Excerpt Expressway section.
Section 1.1.1 of the work reports that multiple fundamental quests of physics were tackled by the research. But according to Michael Bins, founder and President of Bins Analytics, there’s also an underlying parallel quest of the work for the systems of civilization. This is to help prevent a world with new and inhospitable social-, political- and economic-system norms, what the work terms a dark age. Bins said that the general laws and principles of systems described in the research findings imply that such a state is guaranteed given ongoing mismanagement of systems. And this is almost certain without a deeper understanding of systems, which the work is said to provide.
“Despite the best of intentions by politicians and diplomats the world over, fundamental problems in our socio-politico-economic systems persist and worsen,” said Bins. “This is partly because the number of bad decisions we can make greatly exceeds the number of good decisions. Disorder and death are easy to create. But learning to build system order and steer it down a dimly lit path is the Quest for Life,” the title of Part I of the work. “If we get it right though,” said Bins, “there’s the future possibility of a new enlightened age.”
Another area crucial to the success of civilization is in the field of hard science. And there too, fundamental knowledge of systems is incomplete. But Bins said that the results of the research include a new model for systems in general that derives from first principles. Coupling this with existing empirical evidence, new fundamental models in physics and cosmology were arrived at. Some of these hard-science findings, said to be testable by experiment, suggest the future possibility of new engineering feats thus far only accomplished in works of science fiction.
“An objective mindset was maintained and the system laws and evidence were simply followed to see where they would lead,” said Bins. “While things like transporters and warp drive probably sound immensely far off even to Trekkies, the models produced by this process point toward a number of astounding theories that might one day enable such fantastic Star Trek type devices. The work offers conceptual designs, not engineering drawings. But to me, some of the empirical evidence is phaser stunning. Perhaps we’re closer to the future than we think.”
Bins adds that the material builds on itself. So while some is touched on in Part II, much of the discussions of futuristic devices won’t be published until a good way into Part III. Part II must first lay the groundwork for the new physical theories, laws and submodels of Part III upon which the devices are based. The groundwork in Part II includes new ways of looking at systems, as well as a reexamination of Einstein’s special theory of relativity. Much of modern physics rests upon this theory.
The results of more than a decade of research by Bins Analytics™ into general laws of systems, social, political and economic systems, physics and the universe will be published sequentially under the series title, LAWS OF ALL™. The first sequence in the series is subtitled, System Laws Reveal Hidden Secrets of the Universe and Approaching Dark Age of Civilization, and spans several thousand pages across four parts, each with multiple volumes. The work arrives at a new understanding of systems from a unifying general perspective, and then applies that understanding to areas that appear crucial for humanity’s survival. Numerous original findings are included.
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