## Monday, August 19, 2013

This is a reflection and a fancy that there must be a reality, a world, with no (or different) time, space and matter.  The deduction is based on the principle of time constancy, the invariance of the speed of light that v=c is an absolute limit.

According to the invariant interval (c2 t2 – x2 = constant), the t-x coordinate and the light cone, we have our physical reality in the region of time-like interval, within the cone and with  t = x (c=1) as its boundary.  Any motion that we can realize must be within the time-like region of  t > x.
A motion or mathematically any relation or function within the t> x region could be an inverse of another motion or another relation located on the other side of the t=x line in the space-like region of t < x outside of the cone.  For example, mathematically t = 2x is an inverse function of  t = ½ x.  Applying the inverse relationship over the t = x (v = c) for v greater than c, we get a complex and imaginary Lorentz-factor (Gama) which may give us a faint picture of the reality surrounding the cone.  A motion on a world line located in the space-like region where v > c results in the reversal of cause and effect.  So I was before my father was!  Then we would know everything, and we could be anywhere at any time.   With velocity approaching infinity, time approaching zero and x at any location on the line of simultaneity (t = 0), the Start will be in the Finish and Motion in Rest.  Motion that was generated through the energy released  by the Big Bang.

So as darkness implies light, a world bounded must imply a world unbounded.  This world compared to darkness implies another world, a reality with a greater degree of freedom compared to light.  A world that our mind does not fathom nor our sciences fully grasp neither our mathematics can yet describe.  The idea is that this world is part of a greater reality that surrounds and embraces us, and that this world is an inverse, a reflection or a shadow of that other world.  Like the embryo in the womb of the mother surrounded by this world and bounded by the walls of the womb, this world of time, space and matter is bounded and placed within a greater world with greater degrees of freedom from time, space and elements.

Do not try to become a person of success rather try to become a person of value. A.E.

## Wednesday, July 4, 2012

American Core Values:
Humility, Justice, Freedom, Equality, Faith, Democracy, Tolerance, Liberty
"The Idea That is America reminds us of the essential principles on which our nation was established: liberty, democracy, equality, justice, tolerance, humility, and faith. These are the values that have shaped our history and that bind us together as a nation. We have struggled to make them real, through the civil rights movements for women, African-Americans and other minorities; through campaigns for religious tolerance and tolerance of wave of immigrants; through demands for voting rights and equal protection of the law; and through the steady surge of reform and resistance that defines our democracy."  Anne-Marie Slaughter

## Saturday, January 28, 2012

### Education Under Fire (EUF) addresses the Iranian government’s denial of the right to education for ideological and religious reasons.

 Beyond the Goal of encouraging  specific action in order to mitigate the effects of these policies in Iran, EUF is encouraging conversation on university campuses and within communities around the country in order to raise awareness of and shine a light on the importance of defending Article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which guarantees education as an inalienable right of every human being.

## Thursday, June 30, 2011

Let us explore together how
better to contribute to the material and spiritual welfare of others

to build a society in which the innate talents of every individual can flourish without regard to distinctions of class, creed, gender or ethnicity

And ponder together
the true purpose of the world of existence and the life of man

Let us consider
the beauty and efficacy of a society founded on the principle of oneness of humanity

And deliberate on

the nobility of the soul that enables the individual to see his or her own happiness in the happiness of others.

# Seven Habits of Successful Students

1. Be truthful – This is the foundation for success
2. Consistency - be committed- do not fear failure
3. Imagination is everything - be creative - use your vision
4. Be Focused and set your priorities
5. Do not gossip
6. Be Extraordinary - Excellence is not achieved through competition rather it is developed to its fullest over our inner values.
7. Aim High