From—Bek—To—Senate Leader Carstairs—Proposal for Cooperation—14 Feb 2003


Senate Leader Sharon Carstairs

King Christopher Bek

Senate of Canada

1004 First Street NW

Ottawa, ON  K1A 0A4

Calgary Canada T2M 2S1

Dear The Honorable Senator Carstairs,

Office of the King

14 February 2003

Subject—Proposal for Cooperation

 


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Introduction

Overview

Mathematical Reason

The Prudent Man Rule

Behaviorism vs Existentialism

Imprudent Canadian Governance

The Canadian Context

Physics and Metaphysics

The Senate of Canada

Proposal for Cooperation


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I cannot be defeated by bad faith.

—King Christopher

 


Introduction

On 28 September 2002 I wrote a letter to Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin of the Supreme Court of Canada declaring My Lawful and Rightful of Kingship to Canada.  I did this because it was my right to do so, and because I believe there is a total absence of accountability to higher truth in Canada.  In short, the little Caesars—ie. the politicians, doctors, judges, educators and cops—hold the little people strictly accountable to laws and behavioral conduct imposed from above—but the little Caesars, for their part, act with complete and total impunity to the laws of nature.  Moreover, as I will document in this letter, I believe there is an absence of respect for fundamental human rights such as the right to say no and the right to make a difference.  I assert that nothing ever changes until someone stands up for the truth.  That is all I am doing here.  My argument is that all of the problems stem from the psychiatrist’s choice of the behavioralistic psychological model which denies the inward self.  While I apologize for presenting this to you all at once, I can assure you that I have diligently pursued this matter with all forms of government over the past two years and have received nothing but chilling responses.  Whether my theory of one, my unified field theory and my insistence on the need to shift from behaviorism to existentialism are recognized now or in a hundred years from now—you can know with absolute mathematical certainty that they collectively represent the trigger in the turningpoint for the history of mankind.  I hope as you read this letter you can put yourself in my shoes and try to appreciate just how far I have come all by myself.  For reference, I would remind you of the story of Flatland written in 1881 by the Shakespearean scholar Edwin Abbott.  Flatland, it seems, existed in two spatial dimensions rather than the usual three.  Not only were Flatlanders incapable of comprehending the third spatial dimension—but they became totally enraged at the very suggestion of it.  And let us not forget that Shakespeare himself was an existentialist as evidenced by his pronouncement—This above all—to thine own self be true—and it must follow, as night follows day, thou canst not then be false to any man.

 


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Overview

Mathematical Reason simply makes the point that the whole point of doing mathematics is to arrive at certain and infallible knowledge—and that mathematically-valid arguments—like My Declaration of Kingship, my theory of one and unified field theory—cannot go unchallenged.  The Prudent Man Rule is an ancient doctrine whereby the actions and decisions of authorities are held accountable to the standards of a prudent man.  Behaviorism vs Existentialism contrasts the outwardly focusing behavioral psychological model, which denies the existence of consciousness, with the inwardly focusing existential model, which makes consciousness, and thus the soul, primordially important.  The net result of behaviorism is that individuals have no freedom and no responsibility, while the net result of existentialism is that individuals have total freedom and total responsibility.  Imprudent Canadian Governance documents instances of Canadian governmental imprudence by doctors, educators, judges, politicians, governors, religious leaders and police—and argues that the only way for me to truthfully prosecute (ie. bringing to light) government imprudence is to take the situation to the extreme by putting myself in harms way—which in effect means that I am being maliciously prosecuted by the government.  The Canadian Context cites numerous examples of immorality making the point that morality has become so fundamentally localized that we have lost our frame of reference—and that by shifting from bad faith leadership to authentic leadership Canada can begin making a real difference in the world.  Physics and Metaphysics follows the evolution of our understanding of physical reality starting from the everyday conception with Newtonian physics to relativistic physics, which accounts for dimensional contractions and warping of Newtonian physics, to quantum physics, which is the theory of matter and is the foundation of all electronics, to singularistic metaphysics with the theory of one, which recognizes the universe as bounded rather than unbounded as Einstein and others have asserted, to the unified field theory, which recognizes electrons as consciousness and realizes the Cartesian duality such that our perception of reality is fundamentally different than the four-dimensional essence of reality.  The Senate of Canada characterizes the Divine Right of Kings and revisits the history of the Senate back to early Rome and argues that, then as now, the proper point of contact for the Sovereign within the Sovereignty of Canada is with the Senate—and furthermore that sovereignty must ultimately reside with individuals and not the government.  Proposal for Cooperation calls the establishment of a relationship between myself and the Senate.  In that, as a Divine Soveriegn, I have no legal or moral obligation to pay my former debt, the proposal calls for the Senate to redirect transfer payments from imprudent government agencies to my former creditors.  In addition the proposal calls for a modest pension of two thousand dollars per month for which I would continue to develop and maintain Philosophymagazine as well as offer consulting services to the Senate of Canada.

 

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Mathematical Reason

Mathematics is the science of drawing conclusions and is the primordial foundation of absolutely all other science.  The whole point of doing mathematics is to arrive at certain and infallible knowledge.  A mathematical argument cannot go unchallenged by a sovereignty that calls itself lawful.  Mathematical reason is the synthesis of faith (ie. simplicity and beauty) and commonsense reason.  Going entirely against the philosophy of his time, The English monk William of Ockham (1285-1349) put forth his now famous principle of economy—which states the plurality of reasons should not be postulated without necessity.  Or in other words, if all things are equal, the simplest theory tends to be the right one.  Paul Dirac (1902-84), who nailed down quantum theory and formulated the relativistic wave equation that integrated Einstein’s relativity into Schrödinger’s wave equation, claimed it is more important to have beautiful theories and equations than to have them fit the data.  The mathematical, actuarial, scientific and writing skill that I have worked all of my life to develop enable me able to solve any problem no matter how difficult or large by finding the one thing that makes all the difference.  I am able to prove mathematically that the key to all the world’s problems lies in the recognition of the Schrödinger’s Cat though problem associated with quantum physics in 1935 which proves that consciousness is real.  Behaviorism is founded on the notion that consciousness does not exist.  Physicists apply quantum theory in the development of electronics without any regard to the philosophical implications of consciousness—which are profound.

 


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The Prudent Man Rule

The Prudent Man Rule is an ancient doctrine whereby the actions and decisions of individuals in position of authority are held accountable to the standards of behavior that a prudent and reasonable person of discretion and intelligence would conduct themselves in similar circumstances.  Socrates (470-399 BC) was the original prudent man for being the first existentialist by claiming—Know thyself, which is equivalent to the Cartesian cogito, ie. I think therefore I exist—and also for radically insisting that we must first answer the question of what X is before we can say anything else about X.

 


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Behaviorism vs Existentialism

Behaviorism

Existentialism

Bad Faith

Freudian Cognitive Model

What is X of Wisdom?

 


Behaviorism

Behaviorism is a twentieth-century psychological theory based on the work of John Watson (1878-1958) and B.F. Skinner (1904-90) who argued that all human activity can be known through externally visible behavior—based on the underlying belief that consciousness does not exist.  But we know from the Schrödinger’s Cat thought problem in 1935 that conscious does in fact exist—meaning that behaviorism is patently in error. 

 

Skinner wrote in his tellingly entitled 1971 book Beyond Freedom and Dignity—Consciousness?  Can you see it?  Measure it?  Pass it around?  Then how is it different than something that does not exist at all?  Skinner also wrote in the same book that—Many anthropologists, sociologists and psychologists have used their expert knowledge to try and prove that man is free, purposeful and responsible. This escape route is slowly being closed as new evidence of the predictability of human behavior is discovered.  Any personal exemption from complete determinism is being revoked as scientific analysis of individual behavior progresses.

 

Here Skinner makes another massive mistake by asserting that determinism follows from predictability.  Determinism is the view that every event occurs necessarily.  That is, every event inevitably follows from the events that preceded it—and therefore freedom only exists in such a way as to be compatible with necessity.  While it is certainly true that predictability follows from determinism—to assert that determinism follows from predictability is to make a classic logical error—once again revealing behaviorism to be in error.  The net result of behaviorism is that individuals have no freedom and no responsibility.  And this has been my experience in relation to my theory of one, my unified field theory and My Declaration of Kingship that no one feels as though they have any responsibility at all towards fostering higher truths.

 


Existentialism

Existentialism is fervently anti-behavioralistic in that it maintains the importance of an inward subjective life that may not necessarily be externalized.  The French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre (1905-80) defined existentialism as the philosophy for which existence precedes essence.  For manmade things, the idea of the thing comes before the actual thing itself—that is, essence precedes existence.  But for man, who arrives on the scene and then becomes what he is, existence precedes essence.  The difference is that man continually creates his own essence in every moment through his decisions and actions.  The net result of existentialism is that individuals have total freedom and total responsibility.

 

Sartre wrote in his 1957 Existentialism and Human Emotions that there can be no other truth to take off from this—I think, therefore I exist—ie. the Cartesian cogito.  There we have the absolute truth of consciousness becoming aware of itself.  Every theory which takes man out of the moment in which he becomes aware of himself is, at its very beginning, a theory which confounds the truth, for outside the Cartesian cogito, all views are only probable, and a doctrine of probability which is not bound to a truth dissolves into thin air.  In order to describe the probable, you must have a firm hold on the true.  Therefore, before there can be any truth whatsoever, there must be an absolute truth; and this one is easily arrived at; it is on everyone’s doorstep; it is a matter of grasping it directly.

 


Bad Faith

The practical difference between behaviorism and existentialism is found in what Sartre calls bad faith, which is any one of a number of forms of human inauthenticity.  It is an attempt at self-deception in which one denies and unsuccessfully tries to flee from freedom and responsibility by pretending to look at oneself and others as things.  Bad faith is a lie to oneself and a lie in the soul.  I recently had a conversation with a psychiatrist at the Peter Lougheed Hospital by the name of Dr J Naylor who claimed that denying a higher truth and lying are not the same thing.  And herein lies the difference between behaviorism and existentialism.  Under the behavioralistic régime, one is only responsible for not lying to others, while the notion of lying to oneself is devoid of meaning as a result of behaviorism denying the existence of the inward self or soul. 

 

I was told recently that I have been diagnosed with schizophrenia—a term that comes from ancient Greece and means divided mind.  Let’s say Dr Naylor and I sat down for an hour and I was able to mathematically convince him of the higher truth that Planck’s constant and lightspeed are the same boundary of the spacetime continuum.  According to his assertion, he could deny the higher truth even though he knew it to be true.  In other words, his mind would be divided and he would thus be schizophrenic.  But how is denying a higher truth at the end of a conversation different than avoiding such a conversation altogether?  The answer is there is no difference—meaning that he, as a psychiatrist, is schizophrenic.  And more to the point, he makes his living implying his schizophrenia on others.  I am accused of being schizophrenic because I refuse to let go of higher truths and thus my mind remains divided from mainstream, schizophrenic, bad-faith thinking—the very seeds of which the psychiatrist Dr Naylor has sewn.

 


Freudian Cognitive Model

Consider that the Freudian cognitive model makes the reality-based ego the decisionmaker who must choose between the internal values of the inward self or soul and the external authority of the superego—ie. the Man.  Existentialism asserts that morality must be determined inwardly rather than from external authority—while behaviorism asserts that morality is strictly determined by external consensus.  Socrates said—Know Thy Self—from which both he and existentialism assert that good behavior would follow.  Conversely, the behavioralistic mantra is—Know Thy Man—from which the Man believes good behavior will follow.  And whereas Socrates asked the question—What is X?—behaviorism responds with—X is whatever the Man says it is.

 


What is X of Wisdom?

Utilitarian ethics is the theory that correctness of action is determined by the ability to bring about the most amount of pleasure and happiness for the people involved.  Alternatively, deontological ethics is the theory that correctness of action is determined by the ability to create the greatest amount of universal value.  The deontological mantra is to simply do the right thing—known also as The First Commandment.  Deontological ethics typically fail because holding fast to subjective judgment in a world crazed by objective dominance is hard.  Utilitarian ethics, on the other hand, fall down for the reason of its strict locality—that is, the method lacks a valid prior vision of universal right and wrong.  The deontological argument answers the question of what is the X of wisdom by simply doing the right thing based on mathematical reason.  In effect, utilitarian ethics are congruent with behaviorism while deontological ethics are congruent with existentialism.

 


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Imprudent Canadian Governance

Imprudent Doctors and Psychiatrists

Imprudent Professors

Imprudent Chief Justice

Imprudent Prime Minister and Premier

Imprudent Governor General

Imprudent Religious Leaders

Imprudent Teachers

Imprudent Police

Malicious Prosecution

 


Imprudent Doctors and Psychiatrists

I began speaking to doctors and psychiatrists in the fall of 2000 about this Earth-shattering discovery and what I believe to be is an impendingly monumental paradigm shift.  To my dismay, virtually all of the doctors and psychiatrists refused to consider my rational arguments, but instead insisted on treating me as mentally ill.  Over the course of many unpleasant visits during the past two years, I have came to identify the malignant cancer within our healthcare system as the outwardly focusing behavioral psychological model which denies the existence of consciousness.  In connection with quantum physics—the most successful set of ideas ever developed by man—the Schrödinger’s Cat thought problem in 1935 proves that consciousness determines physical reality—meaning that consciousness is real.  Remembering that before becoming a psychiatrist, one must first qualify as a medical doctor—we can see that all psychiatrist patently and spectacularly fail the Prudent Man Rule test for their endorsement of behaviorism.  Furthermore, this endorsement of the harmful behavioral model represents an extreme violation of the Hippocratic Oath, which essentially says that doctors shall do no harm.  Remember that doctors are charged with the highest responsibility of looking out for wellbeing of the people.  My former doctor of ten years, Dr. Karim Surani who, like me, holds a math degree, lied to me, betrayed me and repeatedly sent me on wild goose chases just to get me out of his office.

 


Imprudent Professors

Physics professors (ie. those who publicly profess knowledge of physics) have made the same massive mistake as psychiatrist in denying the existence of consciousness.  Professors teach relativity and quantum theory, yet refuse to let go of their Newtonian detachment as a way of looking at the world.  Newtonian physics rest on the detached study of objective reality based on the clear distinction between mind and matter.  Relativity in 1905 and then quantum theory in 1925 forever eliminated the notion of objective physical reality.  But because physicists deny consciousness—we are locked in a holding pattern—unable to realize the very thing which separates man from animal—the power of self-awareness.

 

In 1982 Alain Aspect proved that all photons in the universe are instantaneously connected to one another—yet physics professors have astonishing remained silent about this monumental discovery.  The physicist Michio Kaku opens his 1995 book Beyond Einstein by describing the new theory of superstrings that is rocking the foundations of modem phys­ics and overturning cherished but obsolete notions about the universe and replacing them with new mathematics of breathtak­ing beauty and elegance—indicating that we are perhaps finally closing in on the unified field theory.  Kaku quotes the Princeton physicist Edward Witten who claims that the super­string theory is a is a miracle through and through and will dominate the world of physics for the next fifty years.  Kaku goes on to describe how superstring theory is able to predict what happened before the big bang.  But Saint Augustine did the math on that one sixteen hundred years ago by revealing that the universe was created with time and not in time—revealing that there is no before the big bang.

 

On 28 June 2002, 28 October 2002 and 14 February 2003 I copied the following physics department chairs in letters that I sent out regarding my theory of one and for the most recent letter, my unified field theory—Dr. Hicks, University of Calgary—Dr. Sherif, University of Alberta—Dr. L’Heureux, University of Ottawa—Dr. McKee, University of California at Berkeley—Dr. Pellegrini, University of California at Los Angeles—Dr. Osheroff, Stanford University—Dr. Lepage, Cornell University—Dr. Mincer, New York University—Dr. Marlow, Princeton University—Dr. Gabrielse, Harvard University.  I have not heard anything from them—meaning that they, and in fact all physicists, fail the Prudent Man Rule test.

 


Imprudent Chief Justice

On 28 September 2002 I made what I believe to be a mathematically valid claim for my Lawful and Rightful Declaration of Kingship to Canada to Chief Justice McLachlin of the Supreme Court of Canada based on the legitimate doctrine known as the Divine Right of Kings which states that sovereigns represent God and thus derive their right to rule directly from God.  According to the doctrine, sovereigns are only responsible to God and are not subject to secular limitations.  I began the claim by characterizing bad faith with a story about my uncle Edward Lloyd Morris.  I further posted an essay by Jean-Paul Sartre entitled Bad Faith on my philosophymagazine.com site as back up to my claim.  According to Dr J Naylor, in keeping with Canadian values, Chief Justice McLaughlin can go on deny my claim by simply ignoring it forever.  I however assert that such a denial both qualifies as bad behavior and fails the standard of the Prudent Man Rule test.

 


Imprudent Prime Minister and Premier

On 28 June 2002 I made what I believe to be a reasonable request of Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien and Alberta Premier Ralph Klein for recognition in the achievement of scientific greatness for my theory of one which solves the greatest scientific problem of all time by uniting relativity (1905) and quantum theory (1925).  My hope was that such recognition would make funds available to me from, for example, the Nobel Prize which exists for the very reason of supporting greatness.  In the absence of contravening evidence from professors, a prudent government must move to swiftly and discretely to acknowledge and support the development of such ideas.  In that no such support was forthcoming, I assert that both the prime minister and the premier have acted imprudently.  Furthermore, in that the prime minister claims Knowledge Le Savoir on the 2000 two-dollar coin, he is also guilty of knowing bad faith.  President John F. Kennedy once called for a new world of law where the strong are just and the weak secure and the peace preserved.  If one accepts Kennedy as a prudent leader, then the premier, by making VLTs available that specifically target the weakest and most vulnerable members of society, is guilty of additional and aggravated imprudence. 

 


Imprudent Governor General

The primary role of the governor general and ten lieutenant governors is to oversee the proper and efficient operation of good government in Canada.  In my letter of 28 September 2002 to the chief justice, for which the governor general was copied, I reasonably asked that the governor general and ten lieutenant governors to oversee the completion and safe return of a Delphi questionnaire by the respective governments.  The Delphi is a questionnaire named after the Socratic inscription at the oracle at Delphi in ancient Greece—and reads Know Thyself.  The purpose of the request was so that the people of Canada could know the values of the government.  In that no such response was forthcoming, I assert that he governor general and ten lieutenant governors have acted imprudently.  Furthermore, the current Parliamentarian model is anything but good in that it does nothing but set one pack of bickering children against another.

 


Imprudent Religious Leaders

Pascal originated option theory with his famous wager regarding the question of existence and ultimate nature of God.  His argument came in response to the emergence of the Renaissance from those who were unwilling to believe in God strictly on faith and authority.  Pascal argued that living a simple life which seeks to understand God represents the option premium which would then allow for the possibility of salvation should it turn out that God does exist.  Some critics have argued that God might well reserve a special place in Hell for those who believe in Him on the basis of Pascal’s wager.  But if fact the exact opposite is true.  Those who believe in God strictly on the basis of faith are setting themselves up for failure for the reason their conception of God is based on a static snapshot that is, by definition, not subject to reason.  The Devil is the one who seeks out those who blindly follow and are thus easily malleable.  A true God most certainly wants to be constantly challenged by both faith and reason.  Sir James Jeans (1877-1946) once claimed that God is a mathematician.  In that the Church does not represent God as a mathematician and, furthermore, demands blind faith—the Church is actually representing the Devil as God—which is certainly an act of profound imprudence.

 


Imprudent Teachers

Whereas the Church deals strictly in blind faith, the education system deals strictly in blind reason.  The Keynesian protégé EF Schumacher said it perfectly when he wrote that faith is not in conflict with reason, nor is it a substitute.  The separate notions of faith and reason will soon fade into the past to be replaced by the synthesized notion of mathematical reason or wisdom.  According to the psychologist Piaget, intuition or faith develops between the ages of two and seven—whereas reason develops between the ages of seven and twelve.  All of the great thinkers—Kepler, Newton, Einstein, Bek guessed at the underlying Forms and formulas—and then used reason to verify them—meaning that both intuitive and mathematical reason are necessary for self-actualization.

 

Einstein said that he developed slower than others and thusly was older than other children when he started thinking about space and time.  The education system rushes children for the purpose of control.  The notion of educating the children comes in a distant second.  The answer to the question of what is X of Education is understanding the basic building blocks like the Pythagorean theorem, Socrates’ Know thyself, Plato’s Forms, Plato’s allegory of the Cave, Ockham’s Razor, Dirac’s principle of aesthetic value, Galileo’s theory of Heliocentricity, the Cartesian cogito, Schrödinger’s Cat, Einstein’s Moon, Bek’s theory of one and Bek’s unified field theory.  Einstein said that when the solution is simple, God has answered.  Descartes, who founded modern philosophy and modern mathematics, slept until noon everyday and said he did his best thinking in a warm bed.  Why hasn’t the educational system produced material like Against Physics, Scientific Management, Transcending Uncertainty, The Allegory of One and The Great Cosmic Accounting Blunder?  After reading my essay The Great Cosmic Accounting Blunder the psychiatrist Dr J Naylor of the Peter Lougheed Hospital said that children would not understand it and enjoy it.  I believe that they would understand it and they would enjoy tap dancing on the heads of their teachers and professors—which is of course the last thing the teachers, professors and Dr J Naylor want.

 

Sir James Jeans (1877-1946) once claimed that God is a mathematician—which is a view shared by Pythagoras (582-500 BC), Plato (428-347 BC) Muhammad al-Khwârizmî (780-850), René Descartes (1596-1650), Blaise Pascal (1623-62), Baruch Spinoza (1632-1677), Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), Gottfried Leibniz (1646-1716), George Berkeley (1685-1753), Albert Einstein (1879-1955)—and likely many, many other great thinkers.  Descartes, who slept until noon every day of his life, once claimed that he did his best thinking in a warm bed.  But teaches don’t teach mathematics from the perspective of understanding simple religious (ie. reconnection with reality) truths—instead, they overload children with irreverent mathematical data, which they forget moments after walking out of exams.  The intention of the educational system is to control children so that they seek external rather than internal validation—which I assert is a failure of the Prudent Man Rule test.

 


Imprudent Police

Malicious Prosecution—Count One

Malicious Prosecution—Count Two

Malicious Prosecution—Count Three

Malicious Prosecution—Count Four

Malicious Prosecution—Count Five

 

Malicious Prosecution—Count One

On 25 February 1997 I was walking my dogs when my neighbor initiated pursuit of me in her car in a crazed attempt to collect a small amount of money that I owed to her.  She had cut into the ally behind me and I was concerned that she might try to hit my dogs as we crossed the street.  I told her repeatedly to break off the pursuit but she was not listening.  She was driving her car on the wrong side of the road and seemed to be totally out of touch.  I remember thinking about the Prudent man Rule from my days as a pension actuary in regard to the prudent management of pension funds.  I stopped and went through the checklist.  My exit strategies were blocked and I had employed the due diligence of a prudent man in exercising My Unconditional Godgiven Right to Say No.  After taking a deep breath, I handed the reigns over to my Shadow thereby invoking the same athletic skills I learned when dunking a basketball in crushing her car door like a beer can.  I took advantage of the opportunity that I had created to make my escape.  The police subsequently denied me My Unconditional Godgiven Right to Say No and arrested me.

 

Malicious Prosecution—Count Two

The police tell us ignorance of the law is no excuse.  But why is that?  How are we supposed to know the law?  Are we not innocent?  When I responded to this assertion from the Calgary Police Detective Dean on 31 May 2002 by saying—Why not, you’re claiming ignorance of the laws of nature in reference to my theory of one?  He responded by saying—That’s different, I have no interest in the laws of nature.  According to the third United States President Thomas Jefferson, Detective Dean violated my natural rights.  Thomas Jefferson’s belief in the social contract came from British political philosopher John Locke, who argued that government existed by consent of the governed and that people should rebel if their natural rights are violated.  Locke said that the natural liberty of man is to be free from any superior power on earth—and not to be under the will or legislative authority of man but to have only the laws of nature for his rule.

 

Malicious Prosecution—Count Three

On 18 October 2002 I was abducted by four government agents (ie. cops and paramedics) from the office of my former doctor’s office, Dr. Karim Surani, and taken to the Peter Lougheed Hospital.  I wrote out a statement saying that I thought my legal rights were being violated and asked the abducting agents to sigh it.  They repeatedly refused thereby violating my natural legal right to have the government acknowledge my objection to being abducted. 

 

Malicious Prosecution—Count Four

On 20 February 2003 I was abducted for the third time in six months by four government agents (ie. Calgary Police) and taken to the Rockyview Hospital.  I told the admitting doctor Dr. Krause that I was the King of Canada and that the government had no right to take action against me.  Dr. Krause told me that at the time I was under the dominion of the Alberta Health Care Act and had no rights at all.  The very basis of my contention is that no one in Canada, myself included, ever has any rights whatsoever.  I base this argument on the definition of the behavioralistic psychological model employed exclusively in Canada that is solely founded on the behavioralistic judgement of the government.  I back up this argument with empirical evidence detailed in Malicious Prosecution—Count One where the Calgary Police denied me My Unconditional Godgiven Right to Say No.  When the government does not like my behavior, it simply declares me mentally ill, strips me of my rights, and forces me into a conversation with the Man—further fortifying my argument that no one in Canada has any rights at all.  I assert that any claim which the legal system makes in upholding individual rights is devoid of meaning in the absence of unconditional support for the Unconditional Godgiven Right to Say No—which, I contend, is also the key difference between the behavioralistic and the existential model.  Each of these four incidents represent fundamental violation of basic human rights that methodically take place in Canada all the time as a result of the behavioralistic model.  Furthermore, they clearly demonstrate flagrant and repeated violations of the Prudent Man Rule by the Calgary Police.

 

Malicious Prosecution—Count Five

Evariste Galois (1811-32) was a French mathematician who founded modern group theory as well as making significant contributions to the theory of algebraic equations—although virtually nothing he did was understood in his life.  Group theory is a basic structure of modern algebra which consists of a set of elements and an operator—and plays a central role in both relativity and quantum theory.  In 1830 Galois scorned the staff and students of the Ecole for their lack of backbone and was expelled.  A paper on the general solution of equations that is now called Galois theory was sent via Poisson to the Academy but was described as incomprehensible.  In 1831 Galois was arrested for a speech against the king and then for wearing an illegal uniform and carrying arms for which received six months in prison.  Upon his released Galois was seduced by a police-sponsored prostitute and then challenged to a duel by a police agent over the woman.  He spent the night feverishly sketching out as many of his mathematical discoveries as he could—occasionally breaking off to scribble in the margin—I have not enough time.  At dawn he received a pistol shot in the stomach and was left where he fell.  Following his death from peritonitis eight days later he was buried in a common ditch—age twenty.

 


Malicious Prosecution

According to The First Commandment from The Bible—Thou Shall Have No Other God Before Me—I have not just the right but the obligation to vigorously pursue the truth and expose any false gods standing between me and God.  According to Microsoft Encarta, Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826) was third president of the United States, the author of the Declaration of Independence and one of the most brilliant individuals in history.  Jefferson openly swore his hostility to every form of tyranny over the mind of man.  His belief in the social contract came from British political philosopher John Locke who argued that government existed by consent of the governed and that people should rebel if their natural rights are violated.  Locke claimed that the natural liberty of man is to be free from any superior power on earth and not to be under the will or legislative authority of man but to have only the laws of nature for his rule.  The definition of the word prosecute is to take legal action and bring to justice.  If one accepts Thomas Jefferson as a prudent leader, then it is my unconditional obligation to prosecute those who stand between me and God.  In that I am confident in saying I have far exceeded the requirements of a prudent man in bringing to justice those who represent themselves as prudent but for which I have clearly demonstrated to be imprudent, I would argue that their bad faith in denying my pursuit of the truth represents malicious prosecution by the Governance of Canada against myself and God.  I would also ask the Senator to take notice of the fact that not only am I being maliciously prosecuted by doctors, judges, police and professors—but that I have absolutely no where to turn for help.

 


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The Canadian Context

No Exit

Hell is Canada

Kicking a Man When He is Down

Six Days of Creation

Eye Gouging Highlight

Actuarial Equivalence

Pope John Paul II

The Agency Problem

The Guns of August

World Leaders in Leadership

Genocide by Government Agency

 


No Exit

Jean-Paul Sartre’s No Exit was first performed on 20 September 1944 as the first play in Paris after the liberation from the German Army.  It has become a classic of the theater ever since.  No Exit has no change of scenery and only three actors—a man and two women.  Each separately walk into a Second Empire drawing room with massive bronze ornaments on the mantelpiece and furnished with only three small chesterfields.  Each of the three knows full well they are dead and have been sent to Hell.  But there are no instruments of torture and no Hell fires to burn them—just other people.  Soon the horrifying truth dawns on them that the lies they told themselves and others when they were alive is their damnation to experience and re-experience for all eternity.  By the end of the play they have agonizingly tortured each other and have come to realize that Hell is other people.

 


Hell is Canada

The reason that I formulated the theory of one and the unified field theory, and pursued this matter with doctors, politicians, justices, cops, scientists, physicists, educators, celebrities, broadcasters, religious leaders is so that I could know for certain that I have satisfied the due diligence of a prudent man in exposing this wretchedly unconscionable conspiracy against the children.  If you decline my proposal, then I can say with absolute mathematical certainty that nothing matters in this country other than pleasuring the Man.  Everyone lies all the time, and if one tries to live a life without lying, then the government quietly and passively extinguishes you—all the while claiming that you are free.  The Devil is taking us without a fight.  However, if you agree to my reasonable proposal, the politicians will be able to tell the people that anyone can become king or queen, that people can make a real difference in Canada and the world, that the government will yield to a reasonable mathematically valid argument, and that Canada is ultimately about truth and not authority.  Hell or Heaven?  It is all up to you Senator.

 


Kicking a Man When He is Down

On 17 October 2002 in a hockey game between the Calgary Flames and the Boston Bruins, a drunk twenty-one year-old student took a dare in order to get some money to pay for school books—shed his cloths and hopped over the boards for a would-be streak.  Unfortunately, he fell and knocked himself unconscious on the ice.  Judge Cheryl Daniel ordered the student to donate $2,500 to charity, to perform 35 hours of community service and to get alcohol counselling.  The judge then proceeded to chastise the student for—as she put it—Making a pathetic spectacle of yourself splayed naked on the ice for six minutes until you were covered.  And now you understand absolutely everything there is to know about Canada.  Not only do judges, cops, psychiatrists, premiers and all other governments agents salivate at the opportunity of kicking a man when he is down—but they derive an extra little bit of demented pleasure by doing it openly in the majesty of Provincial Court.

 

Six Days of Creation

According to the Bible, God created the Earth in six days.  According to scientists, the universe is fifteen billion years old and the Earth is five billion years old.  If one optimistically assumes that we have two hundred years worth of fossil fuel remaining—and if we believe that God is a superior baker who spent ten billion years mixing up the ingredients and then another five billion years in the oven—and then if we translate the fifteen billion years to the six days of Creation—it turns out that we have 0.007 seconds of fossil fuel remaining.

 


Eye Gouging Highlight

Canadian hockey players are paid millions of American dollars (Canadian dollars just don’t cut it) each year to play a game they love.  They fly an average of fifty times a year burning up massive amounts of fossil fuel, leaving behind massive amounts of high-altitude pollution, which is far worse that ground level pollution in that it remains airborne for so long.  I recently saw the highlights of NHL hockey game in which the camera caught and the commentator noted an incident where one player attempted to gouge the eyes of another.  The commentator noted that the ref did not see the attempted gouging—and the commentator then quickly moved on to the next highlight.  In anticipation of playing in the National Hockey League, we encourage pre-teenage Canadian boys to engage in bare-knuckle fist-fighting.

 


Actuarial Equivalence

I read an article a few years ago that described the number one growth industry in Central and South America as kidnapping.  I sent a rather nasty letter to Nigel Lloyd at NCERC on 28 September 2002 as a result of his weak, artless response to my Recognition Request for Achievement of Scientific Greatness.  My question to you is—How many nasty letters like the one I sent to Mr. Lloyd would you be willing to receive in lieu of being kidnapped?  My point is that morality in this country has become so radically localized as a result of the behavioralistic psychological model that we have completely lost all perspective on anything that matters.

 


Pope John Paul II

At the age of sixty-nine the Italian physicist Galileo (1564-1642) was sentenced to life imprisonment by the Church for supporting the Copernican view that the earth revolves around the sun—a view which had the effect of destroying the notion of the Earth as a fixedpoint.  In 1992 Pope John Paul II exonerated Galileo for the injustice that the Church had committed against him.  I recently saw a documentary about a recorded meeting between a women and Pope John Paul II at the Vatican in 1994 in which she described a large-scale situation in which women were being forced to marry the men that raped them.  Pope John Paul II responded by saying—Yes, but don’t you think the women are bringing it on themselves?

 


The Agency Problem

William Barrett opens his magnificent 1958 book Irrational Man, which introduced existentialism to America, by telling us the Kierkegaardian story of the absent-minded man so abstracted from his own life that he hardly knows he exists until one fine morning he wakes up to find himself dead—without ever having touched the roots of our own existence.  The classic example of the agency problem is where a business manager is given a certain capital budget for projects, and then proceeds to spend the entire budget even though some of the projects are marginal.  He does this so that he can personally reaps the benefits of being the manager of a larger portfolio.  Similarly, Alberta psychiatrists choose lying as their method of operation for the reason that such practices propagate both mental and physical illness from which they then reap the benefits by having their so-called services in greater demand.  Existentialism cures the agency problem by recognizing such imprudent acts as bad faith and thus lies in the soul.

 


The Guns of August

My favorite movie is the 2000 film Thirteen Days in which John F Kennedy, played by the excellent Canadian actor Bruce Greenwood, Bobby Kennedy played by Steven Culp, and the president’s assistant played by Kevin Costner save the world from the nuclear annihilation arising from the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis.  My favorite scene from the movie is where JFK tells the story of World War I—which came about as the result of weak leadership—through the 1962 Barbara Tuchman book The Guns of August.  As Greenwood spoke so beautifully in the film—Last summer I read a book The Guns of August.  I wish every man on the blockade line had read that book.  It was World War I, thirteen million killed.  It was all because the militaries of both alliances believed they were so highly tuned to one another’s movements and dispositions that they could predict one another’s intentions.  But all their theories were based on the last war.  And the world and technology had changed and those lessons were no longer valid.  But it was all they knew, so the order went out and couldn’t be rescinded.  And the man in the field his family at home couldn’t even tell you the reason why their lives were being destroyed.  By why couldn’t they stop it?  What could they have done?  Here we are fifty years later.  Think one of their ships resists the inspection and we shoot-out it rudder and board.  They shoot down one of our plane in response.  So we bomb their anti-aircraft site in response to that.  And they attach Berlin.  So we invade Cuba.  And they fire their missiles…  And we fire ours…

 


World Leaders in Leadership

There are thirty-two thousand children that die every single day, and probably a similar number of women are raped, and probably a similar number of adults senselessly killed each day along with incalculable numbers that are tortured.  It is reasonable to assume that the vast majority of the people in positions of authority think of themselves and call themselves honourable, but are in fact just going through the motions so that they can exploit their position for personal gain.  For example, Alberta is the richest province in the richest country in the world—yet a remarkable portion of the provincial revenue comes from VLT machines—which are specifically designed to prey on the weakest and most vulnerable members of society.  Others see this false leadership and feel justified in committing atrocities, or at least feel no responsibility for preventing them.  And certainly not all of these atrocities can be prevented, but it is reasonable to believe that the difference between bad faith leadership and authentic leadership would be the actuarial equivalent of thirty-two thousand children saved each day.  Given that Canada’s abundant Godmade resources and our proximity to the United States, it is reasonable to assert that we must complete a 180 degree turn and become world leaders in the field of leadership.

 


Genocide by Government Agency

On 1 February 2001, I walked into the emergency room of the Foothills Hospital emergency room in Calgary and met with Dr. Ryan about my theory of one.  I returned to the hospital two hours later with five copies of my Theory of One book.  I instructed the admitting nurse to give one copy to Dr. Ryan and to put the other four copies in the Doctors’ Lounge.  Starting from 1 February 2001 until 14 February 2003, I have broken down the number of children effectively executed by the government agencies that I have been in contact with—all of whom have fed the scene in bad faith.  Alberta Doctors—15,296,000; Calgary Police—1,088,000; Alberta Government—1,472,000; Canadian Government—1,472,000; Supreme Court—4,448,000.  Going back to the 1982 Aspect experiment, which most assuredly changed our understanding of reality as much as the revelations of Copernicus and Darwin, thus revealing that some of our most cherished and accepted notions about the world in which we live are radically in error, but for which physicists chose to ignore and are thus accountable—we can reasonably tag the physicists with a whopping 210 million thoughtlessly murdered children—all in the name of academic vanity.  And for every minute we delay in moving from bad faith leadership towards authentic leadership—twenty-two children are executed.  The existentialist Jean-Paul Sartre was dead right when he said—All I encounter is my own responsibility.

 


Contents and Enclosure List

Table of Contents

Correspondence

Philosophymagazine

Books

 


Physics and Metaphysics

Newtonian Physics

Relativistic Physics

Quantum Physics

Singularistic Metaphysics

Unified Field Theory

Who Cares?

 


Newtonian Physics

In 1543 Nicolaus Copernicus published On the Revolution of Celestial Orbs proving mathematically the theory of heliocentricity that the Earth revolves around the Sun.  In 1609 Johannes Kepler fortified heliocentricity by publishing the first two laws of planetary motion.  The Italian physicist and astronomer Galileo then laid down the fundamentals of the modern scientific method by developing a comprehensive, empirical approach to solving problems.  Sir Isaac Newton brought the scientific revolution of the seventeenth century Renaissance to a head by establishing the principals of science that have since dominated Western thought.  Out of the philosophy and science of Copernicus, Kepler, Galileo and Newton there arose a mechanical universe of forces, pressures, tensions, oscillations and waves for which there seemed to be no nature process that could not be described in terms of ordinary experience and concrete models.  Newtonian physics rest on the detached study of objective reality based on the clear distinction between mind and matter.  Whereas relativistic physics is based on the four-dimensional spacetime continuum, both Galileo and Newton asserted, as far as relativity was concerned, that three-dimensional space was the universal frame of reference within which the freewheeling of stars and galaxies could occur.  The normal scientist of today must cope with tremendous velocities present themselves in the ultrafast universe of the atom or within the immensities of sidereal spacetime and often finds Newtonian physics to be insufficient. 

 


Relativistic Physics

All indications suggested that the world of physics was on the verge of completion a hundred years ago.  There were comprehensive theories in place for describing the two known universal forces—gravity and electromagnetism.  Newtonian physics effectively characterized gravity and the mechanics of all physical bodies in the universe.  The differential equations of Maxwell served to portray the waves mechanics of visible light and other electromagnetic forces.  At the time scientists believed the universe was a deterministic, clock-like machine.  Linear or special relativity in 1905 revealed that space and time are in fact the new concept of spacetime, and that spacetime dilates as a function of velocity relative to lightspeed—ie. c=186,284 miles per second.  Essentially what Einstein did with relativity was to encapsulate Newtonian physics into Maxwellian waves mechanics such that we could then understand how dimensions compressed and mass increased as physical bodies were accelerated towards lightspeed.  By following this line thought of through to its logical conclusion Einstein realized that energy and matter were simply different forms of the same substance—ie. E=mc^2—which was then the starting point for the development of the atomic bomb.  We can also see that by taking the dilation of spacetime to the limit that bodies traveling at light­speed exist at the very boundary of spacetime—something that neither Einstein nor any physicist since Einstein has been able to figure out—for which further evidence can be seen with the claim of both Einstein and Stephen Hawking that the universe is unbounded.  Nonlinear or general relativity in 1915 then revealed that gravity and inertia are the very same thing.  In summary, when we study the whirling of the stars, comets, meteors, galaxies and other celestial bodies, the basis of our calculations are Newtonian but with relativistic adjustments for the dilation and warping of spacetime.

 


Quantum Physics

While relativity speaks to the macrocosmos, quantum physics concerns itself with the nature of matter at the microcosmic level.  And while the practical application of relativity is limited to the study of the universe at large, quantum theory is the basis for all electronic equipment like televisions, computers, laser disk players and all the electronics used by hospitals and the police.  Quantum theory explains the periodic table and why chemical reactions take place.  It is therefore the basis of chemistry, which is the basis of biology, which is the basis of all medical science.  Quantum theory is therefore the basis for both the theory and practice of medicine.  Quantum mechanics is essentially the modeling of the atom which began with the 1911 revelation of Rutherford, who did some of his quantum development at McGill University in Montreal, that both the solar system and the atom have nuclei containing about 99.9 percent of the mass and occupying about one-billionth of the spherical space.  In 1925 Schrödinger proposed an atomic model based on a very simple wave equation.  If one imagines dropping a pebble in the ocean, then the ripples that form become the valance rings of the orbiting electrons.  But the unexpected surprise was that the waves are representative of the probability of finding an electron at any given point—with the wave crests representing the highest probabilities.  So disgusted was Schrödinger with this probabilistic interpretation of his wave equation that he formulated his classic cat-in-a-box thought problem in 1935 with the intention of demonstrating the absurdity of the probabilistic interpretation once and for all—A quantum-cat is placed in a box such that no one can know what is happening inside.  A device releases either food or poison with equal probability, and the cat meets its fate—or does it?  Schrödinger argued that for the probabilistic interpretation to be true that the cat must be both alive and dead until the observer opens the box.  Another unexpected surprise came with the realization that the cat is in fact both alive and dead until the consciousness of the observer determines its fate.  This was just too much for Schrödinger to bare and he walked away from quantum physics forever saying that he wish he never had anything to do with it.  And even today physicists focus exclusively on practical applications and avoid the topic of consciousness altogether.  Stephen Hawking said that every time someone mentions Schrödinger’s Cat, I go for my gun.  The Cambridge physicist John Polkhorne once said that your average quantum mechanic is about a philosophically minded as your average garage mechanic.

 


Singularistic Metaphysics

In normal physics a singularity is a breakdown in spacetime such that the laws of physics no longer apply.  Typical examples of singularities include the big bang, black holes and one divided by zero.  Unfortunately what physicists like Stephen Hawking who developed the concept of singularities failed to realize is that a breakdown in spacetime is just another way of saying a boundary between spacetime and nothingness.  Special relativity in 1905 revealed that spacetime dilates as a function of velocity relative to lightspeed in accordance with the Pythagorean theorem.  By taking the dilation of spacetime to the limit we see that bodies traveling at light­speed exist at the boundary of spacetime—thus revealing lightspeed to be a singularity.  Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle in 1927 characterized the inherent uncertainty in quantum physics by stating that causality breaks down at Planck’s constant.  An examination of causality reveals it to be nothing more than a temporal ordering of things.  An absence of temporal ordering, by definition, implies an absence of spacetime—therefore revealing Planck’s constant to be a boundary of spacetime and thusly a singularity.  My theory of one recognizes lightspeed and Planck’s constant are the same boundary of the spacetime continuum.  And by recognizing the boundedness of the universe, we can see that metaphysics and physics (ie. philosophy and science) separately have vanished into mere shadowsand only a combined notion of the two preserves any reality.  We must also recognize that the only reason philosophy and science ever drifted apart from the time of Newton, Leibniz, Descartes, Berkley and Pascal during the seventeenth century Renaissance is that people like Stephen Hawking, RB Hicks of the University of Calgary, Helmy Sherif of the University of Alberta and Ivan L’Heureux of the University of Ottawa arbitrarily chose to specialize in physics only rather than follow the more comprehensive approach taken by the heros of the Renaissance.

 


Unified Field Theory

In 1909 Hermann Minkowski wrote that space and time separately have vanished into mere shadows—and only a combined notion of the two preserves any reality.  Ironically, Minkowski was also Einstein’s university professor and had described Einstein as a lazy dog who never bothered with mathematics at all—which makes sense given that Einstein sought elemental conceptual pictures first before considering mathematical complexities.  In addition to failing to recognize that lightspeed and Planck’s constant are the same boundary of the spacetime continuum, Einstein also failed to recognize the fact that consciousness is the apparatus of perception by which we comprehend reality.  Philosophers and scientists have never been truly able to rationalize the equivalence of space and time for the simple reason that they failed to recognize that the true essence of spacetime is different that our conscious perception of space and time.  Einstein’s contemporary Sir James Jeans once described the relativistic four-dimensional spacetime continuum as the surface of four-dimensionally corrugated soap bubbles.  And we can see quite obviously that Jeans’ characterization of the spacetime continuum bares no resemblance to our perception of space and time for the simple reason that he was describing its essence.  My unified field theory solves the problem Einstein spent the last thirty years of his life working on by recognizing conscious as electrons or monads—ie. metaphysical gonads—which is a concept formulated by Gottfried Leibniz, who also co-formulated calculus with Newton.  Leibniz’s theory of monads are the metaphysical counterpoint to Newton’s theory of gravity—which we know from Einstein’s general relativity is exactly the same as inertia.  Thus we can see that Leibniz’s monads are ultimately equivalent to Newton’s gravity.  Specifically, the unified field theory recognizes what we call consciousness as the accumulation of inertial effects experienced by the monads in their travels through relativistic bubbles.  Without a doubt the unified field theory radically changes our conception of reality and in fact marks the turningpoint in the history of mankind.

 


Who Cares?

The response I get most often when the topic of conversation shifts to philosophy and science is that the average guy doesn’t care how many photons there are in the universe.  But he should.  Because of my unified field theory we now know exactly what consciousness and the soul are.  Reincarnation then becomes the ability for our monads to find their way back to an Earthly existence after we die.  If we study mathematics, philosophy and science—and choose to only do the right thing, then the process of navigating our way back becomes much easier.  If, for example, we give up a right because of government coercion, then we are selling our soul and thus we are more likely to be reincarnated as a lower form of life—if we come back at all.  Furthermore, if we all capitulate to government coercion then the place we come back to is likely to be far less appealing.  Albert Camus (1913-60) father’s and brother’s name was named Lucien, his uncle who he lived with was named Etienne and his wife was named Francine.  My father’s name is Lucien, my grandfather’s name is Etienne and my aunt who introduce me to Albert Camus—her name is Francine.  When I read Camus it is as if he is speaking directly to me.  I am the reincarnation of Albert Camus.  So you see, I’ve survive death at least once already.  It’s no big deal.

 

I assert that the only reason we grow old is because behaviorism forces us into disharmony by dividing our minds.  Given that the universe is an energy system, I believe that as long as we are evolving, our consciousness is expanding and we are in harmony with the laws of nature—there is no reason to believe that our cells cannot regenerate indefinitely.  We are only limited by our preconceptions.  But as long as we continue thoughtlessly eating up our grandchildren’s resources, thinking the thoughts we are told to think, drinking the beverages we are told to drink—our Earthly existence will continue to be nothing more than a cake of ice on a summer day.  A episode from the television show Star Trek Voyager entitled Survival Instinct finds the former Borg drone Seven of Nine forced to decide the fate of three Borg drones who have been liberated from the collective.  On Star Trek, the Borg are a collective of cybernetic being who assimilate others and force them to all think the same thoughts.  Seven has been freed from the collective and has thus regained the individuality that was stolen from her.  Because of medical reasons, Seven must decide whether to allow the three to live out so-called normal lifetimes as drones or to live a month as individuals.  Based on her own soul-searching, she decides that she would choose freedom, no matter how fleeting.  Seven thus chooses a month as individuals for the former drones.  I agree with her decision.  Which would you choose?  I would assert that, because of the behavioralistic psychological model employed dogmatically in this country, that Canada is no different than the Borg.

 


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Correspondence

Philosophymagazine

Books

 


The Senate of Canada

The Philosopher-King

A Sovereignty is Born

The Senate of Rome

 

The Philosopher-King

The Divine Right of Kings is an ancient doctrine which states that sovereigns represent God and thus derive their right to sovereignship directly from God.  According to the doctrine, sovereigns are only responsible to God and are not subject to secular limitations.  The whole point of the Divine Right of Kings doctrine is to allow those with a divine connection to God to be able to endrun the indignities and indecencies of the electoral process.  The very nature of the Divine Right of Kings doctrine is that it is as valid in 1004 as it is in 2002 and, above all, is not subject to popular opinion.  A divine king cannot be defeated by bad faith.  A divine king can only be defeated on moral grounds with a mathematically superior argument by someone who stands on the same moral ground as a divine king.  On 28 September 2002 I wrote a letter to Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin of the Supreme Court of Canada declaring My Lawful and Rightful Kingship to Canada.  I did this because I believe there is an absence of accountability to higher truth within the Sovereignty of Canada.  As a philosopher, mathematician and actuary, I am confident in saying that I have built a mathematically and legally valid claim for My Kingship and sole Sovereignship to the Sovereignty of Canada.  Justice McLachlin failed to respond to my claim, which is most assuredly an act of bad faith.  The government’s current strategy of bad faith towards My Divine Rights is a violation of my sole and represents an intolerable situation.  Plato was dead right when he wrote that a just society will only be possible once philosophers become kings and kings become philosophers.

 


A Sovereignty is Born

The definition of sovereignty is the quality or state of being sovereign.  To be sovereign means simply to exist in harmony with the laws of nature and to be protected from every form of tyranny.  The concept of sovereignty as it applies to countries originated in Europe during the Renaissance when nations were looking for a secular basis to establish authority for emerging nation-states.  A sovereign state is equal to other sovereign states in that it can govern its own territory, as well as being able to declare war, etc. In Canada we view sovereignty from the perspective of the state so that the people must behavioralisticaly conform to the standards set out by the state.  John Locke, however, argued that sovereignty resides with individuals, not rulers.  It all comes down to the Freudian cognitive model.  By claiming My Sovereignship and being above the manmade laws of government, I have in fact given this country an inward self or soul or identity that the Canadian writer Marshall McLuhan so aptly noted was absent in this country.  There is one person, for now, in Canada that is not required to capitulate to the to the external authority of government in order to survive.  The fact that I hold no political power and walk among the people gives all people, not just those in Canada, a beachhead outside the cave of behaviorism.  Furthermore, it legitimizes the Sovereignty of Canada by recognizing that sovereignty ultimately resides with individuals.

 


The Senate of Rome

According to Microsoft Encarta, Early Rome was ruled by kings who had wide military and judicial powers and represented the people to God.  After the death of Romulus the king was selected and advised by the Senate—a phrase derived from the Latin term senex—meaning wise old man.  I would assert that the institution of the Senate is much like the institution of the Soveriegn in terms of the Freudian cognitive model in that each respectively represents the inward self or soul.  In the case of the Senate as the soul, the House of Commons represents the ego and the voters represent the external authority of the superego.  In the case of the Soveriegn as the soul, the Senate represents the ego and the highest common values of all Canadians—namely the future of the children represents the superego or God.  My argument then calls for a return to the basic and primordial laws of the state which unjust custom has eradicated—meaning that I believe that my point of contact as Sovereign with the Sovereignty of Canada should be with the Senate.  To carry this Freudian line of argument to its global conclusion, the Sovereignty of Canada could represent the soul of the world with the United States representing the ego and the children of the world representing the superego.  Gandhi used to speak disparagingly about systems so perfect that no one would have to be good.  But the goal is not to make goodness obsolete—but to create systems which align internal and external values.

 


Contents and Enclosure List

Table of Contents

Correspondence

Philosophymagazine

Books

 


Proposal for Cooperation

A Win-Win-Win Proposal

Financial Matters

Virtual Creditors

Service Providers

University of Philosophymagazine

A Modest Pension

A Natural Correction

Proposal for Public Debate

Prudent Decisionmaking

The Prudent Senator

 


A Win-Win-Win Proposal

Dorothy Sayers (1893-1957), the first woman to graduate from Oxford, said that war is a judgment which overtakes societies that have been living upon ideas that conflict too violently with the laws of nature.  The theory of one along with the unified field theory unite the laws of nature and set the table for Canada to lead the world in uniting the laws of nature with the ideas of society.  It is my hope that the Senate opens itself to the possibility that my situation is no different than the situation Socrates (470-399 BC) found himself in twenty-four hundred years ago when sentenced to death for neglecting the gods of the state and for introducing a new divinity.  It is also my hope that, for the first time in history, we can all prove GW Hegel (1770-1831) wrong in his claim that history teaches us we have never learned anything from history.  I believe that I am putting forth a win-win-win proposal for the Senate, the people and myself to embark on an exciting adventure of truth and discovery—and invite the Senate and anyone else to contact me regarding this matter.

 


Financial Matters

Being that I answer only to God, I have no legal obligation to pay any of my former creditors—ie. virtual creditors.  To further fortify this argument, I have demonstrated the imprudence of the healthcare system, the legal system and law enforcement in Canada and therefore any action taken against me, such as taking my house away, is unlawful.  I would also argue that it is fair and reasonable for me to be compensated for prosecuting the imprudent governance in Canada.  Furthermore, my virtual creditors should not be punished for either my achievement of Kingship nor for my prosecuting imprudent governance.  I would therefore like to propose the following win-win-win solution.  I estimate that my outstanding debt is two hundred thousand dollars.  My proposal is for the Senator to take steps in redirecting transfer payments in the amount of two hundred thousand dollars that would normally go from the federal government to the Supreme Court, Alberta Health and Wellness and NCERC—to go instead to my virtual creditors listed below.  It is certainly a fair and reasonable punishment that a bunch of morally-adrift judges, doctors and normal scientists skip a paycheck in lieu of the horrific damage they have done as I have documented in this letter.  While I realize that this is not the way the government usually operates, I would ask you to take notice of the fact that the way the government usually operates is what got us in this mess in the first place.  Furthermore, in the absence of a challenge to my claim of Kingship, I would argue that, first and foremost, you must, by law, recognize and support the terms of my Kingship—which is that I answer only to God.  Lastly, by taking these unusual step, the government would be serving notice to the people that it yields to reasonable, mathematically valid arguments—and that it ultimately yields sovereignty to the people.

 


Virtual Creditors

In that I am in virtual default of my virtual debt as the result of choosing this moment to force this government conspiracy against the children into the open, I would ask that you contact all of my virtual creditors listed below and inform them of your plans.  In addition, I would ask that you contact both the relevant legal courts in Alberta and the Calgary Police and inform them that I have a legitimate outstanding legal claim against the Supreme Court of Canada which must first be resolved before the Alberta Courts or Calgary Police could consider taking any action against me.

 

Royal Bank—Helen Cooks—403 292-3311

Dejong Holdings—Derek Dejong—403 245-1192

Canadian Western Bank—Geena—403 253-2299

Royal Trust Visa—1 800 663-6736

CIBC Visa—1 800 465-4653

 


Service Providers

In addition to my virtual creditors, I am also I am also in default of my service providers listed below.  I have made what I believe to be a reasonable Proposal to the Calgary Police for remuneration of the costs that incurred as a result of the Calgary Police violating My Unconditional Godgiven Right to Say No.  The proposal calls for the police to pay for the services to my house until the amount of costs that I incurred, $4,100, is used up.  I would ask that you contact the Calgary Police Chief John Beaton at 403 266-1234 to confirm that this matter is taken care of or, in the alternative, contact my service providers listed below and ask them to hold off discontinuing my services for a few months until such time as I can earn sufficient funds to may my bills.

 

City of Calgary—Electricity and Water—403 310-2010

Atco—Gas—403 245-7888

Sprint—Phone (and Internet in April 2003)—1 800 980-5464

Shaw—Cable—403 716 3000

 


University of Philosophymagazine

Bertrand Russell once wrote that ever since I was engaged on Principia Mathematica I have gradually and unequivocal become aware of the need to build a bridge between the commonsense world and the world of mathematics.  I accept both in a broad sense as not to be questioned.  But like tunneling through a mountain, work must proceed from both ends with the hope that the crowning achievement will be a meeting somewhere in between.

 

Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) once said that God is dead—we have killed him, you and I.  What I believe Nietzsche meant was that God is dead as the result of us not seeking the simple and beautiful truth.  If one accepts the claim of Einstein’s contemporary Sir James Jeans (1877-1946) that God is a mathematician, then it is reasonable to assert that Philosophymagazine represents the Godmade beachhead of the simple and beautiful truth.

 

I see Philosophymagazine as representing a university in the spirit of the first university founded by Plato in 387 BC based on the in quest for higher knowledge.  While I accept the real world requirements of commerce in education, my hope is that Philosophymagazine can be a point of reference for students of all kinds and for educational and other societal institutions to gradually works towards the crowning achievement of a simple and more harmonious existence for all inhabitants of this planet.  In addition to Philosophymagazine.com I hope to continue producing my stylish one-page essays and to produce pocketbooks as a complement to newspapers for places like coffee shops, hotels, airports and educational institutions.

 


A Modest Pension

This proposal also calls for a modest, indexed, tax-free, lifetime pension of $2,000 per month to be paid by the Senate of Canada to me for my service as Soveriegn of Canada.  This pension would allow me to live a simple life which seeks to understand God and in turn represent God to the people.  This pension would also legalize and validate the Sovereignty of Canada by acknowledging that sovereignty in Canada resides with the people.  I would ask that the pension begins on the date of my declaration of Kingship which is 28 September 2002—with the current up-to-date total to 28 March 2003 being $12,000—which I would ask that you send to me in the form of a cheque or, if you believe the funds would reliably made available to me, through the Royal Bank (ie. the King’s Royal Banker) with my account information being—Institution No–003, Transit No–00009, Account No–5109087, US Routing No–021000021, International Swift No–Royccat2.

 

In lieu of my proposed pension, in addition to the value that I would provide with Philosophymagazine, I would also be available to meet with the Senate in either Calgary or Ottawa.  I am confident in saying that I could turn any reasonably intelligent person into the second greatest physicist of all time in a relaxed afternoon set against a backdrop of Miles Davis, red wine and blue cheese.  I have over two years experience consulting to the CFO and treasurer of Canadian Pacific Limited and I am certain that you would find me both a gentleman and the consummate professional.  Furthermore, I would be prepared to conduct up to two studies per year similar in form to the proposal presented here with topics such as the reinvention of professional hockey, educational models, business models, models of governance and urban redesign models—all of which I have given considerable thought.  Lastly, I would be willing to make myself available to meet in coffee shops to discuss philosophy and science with students and government agents.

 


A Natural Correction

Without being melodramatic, I would like to point out that Judgment Day is not about what happened in the past—but only what happens right now.  While I firmly believe that the leadership in Canada has allowed society to drift radically off course, if you agree to this fair and reasonable proposal, I will be singing the praises for the rest of my days of yourself, the prime minister and anyone else who supports My Divine Rights when I am in the spotlight such as on the podium in Stockholm.  On a daily basis my attitude is unlikely to change for the simple reason that, as I hope you recognize, the people who call themselves honourable are serving the important function of running this country while also wearing black hats—which I will continue to find as inviting targets for my pen.  I also fully recognize the fact that the country of Canada has, against overwhelming odds, allowed my to survive to this point and facilitate this natural correction whereby we will all soon seamlessly leave the cave of behaviorism and get well together.

 


Proposal for Public Debate

I have made what I believe to be a reasonable proposal to Peter Mansbridge, the Chief Correspondent of CBC News and Host of Mansbridge One on One, for a public debate on the monumentally important issues presented here on 28 March 2003 with myself and the following ten individuals—Mr Weingarten, President and Vice-Chancellor, University of Calgary—Chief Justice McLaughlin, Supreme Court of Canada—Prime Minister Jean Chrétien—Alberta Premier Ralph Klein—Governor General Clarkson—Dr Naylor, Psychiatrist, Peter Lougheed Hospital—Dr Hicks, Physics Department Chair, University of Calgary—Mr Kelly, Principal of Crescent Heights High School—Bishop Zemp, Crescent Heights Church of Jesus Christ of Later-Day Saints—Mr Beaton, Calgary Police Chief.

 

Prudent Decisionmaking

Option theory is the decisionmaking methodology whereby decisions to invest or not are deferred with the purchase of options.  For example, a pharmaceutical company might enter into a relationship with a university for the purpose of gaining access to research projects.  Analyzing the strategic value of such projects is difficult as the result of the prolonged developmental phase of pharmaceutical products as well as the complexity involved in predicting the market in the future.  Relationships are structured such that the pharmaceutical company pays an up-front premium followed by a series of progress premiums until the company chooses to either purchase the research at an agreed-upon price—or discontinue the progress premiums, thereby forfeiting any future option-to-purchase rights.

 


The Prudent Senator

On 18 October 2002 the psychiatrist Dr J Naylor of the Peter Lougheed Hospital told me that I may have some good ideas but that I have to work within the system and pay my dues.  But the system, as I have demonstrated here, is rotten to the core.  My parting words to Dr J Naylor were that I was smart enough to solve all the world’s problems—to which he responded—If I were that smart, I would have already solved all the world’s problems.  As illogical as his response was, it did inspire me to create the final three components of the first leg of my masterpiece which are—my unified field theory which fundamentally changes our conception of reality by identifying electrons as coincident with consciousness—by identify the malignant cancer within Canadian society as the outwardly focusing behavioral psychological model which denies the existence of the soul—and by formulating this proposal for cooperation which paves the way for the second leg of my deliverential masterpiece whereby I will hopefully finally get some much-needed support.  All that I am asking is for you to pick up my modest option.  All that I am asking is for you to do the right thing.

 

I have made mathematically valid arguments asserting that I am the King—that I am Christ—that I am the Messiah—that I am Einstein-times-ten—and that I am Socrates-times-ten.  I have exercised the due diligence of a prudent man in making these claims known all across North America.  No one has stepped forward to dispute anything I have said.  In the spirit of good sportsmanship, why not give me the benefit of the doubt?  You have no reason to believe that I am not exactly who I say I am.  If what I am saying is true, it is certainly in your and everybody else’s best interests.  To recap, I have proved mathematically that the doctors have made a deal with the Devil in behaviorism to makes themselves gods—and which in turn makes the children lunchmeat.  The judges, cops and educators then mindlessly jumped on the bandwagon to get in on this sweetheart of a deal.  I have just exposed the conspiracy to end all conspiracies.  I am a whistleblower.  So far, I have done absolutely everything right and the government has done absolutely everything wrong.  My situation is way past desperate.  My parting advice to the Senate of Canada is to insure the services to my house are uninterrupted, to satisfy my virtual creditors, to provide the modest support that I have requested and simply allow this situation to play itself out naturally.  I would ask that you contact me at your earliest convenience via email, which I will keep confidential.

 

Sincerely,

King Christopher

 


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Quotations

A just society will only be possible once philosophers become kings and kings become philosophers.

—Plato

 

Philosophers up until now have only described the world.  The point is to change it.

—Karl Marx

 

Without the possibility of immortality, I shall throw myself into the sea.

—Lord Byron Tennyson

 

Not ignorance but ignorance of ignorance is the death of knowledge.

—Alfred Whitehead

 

The acquiesce of many voices is not a valid proof of truth.

—René Descartes

 

Average goodness is no longer enough.

—Nicholas Berdyaev

 

History is the biography of great men.

—Thomas Carlyle

 

My mind. My rules.

—Jennifer Lopez

 

I swear my hostility to every form of tyranny over the mind of man.

—Thomas Jefferson

 

My enemies are those that destroy the world without creating themselves.

—Friedrich Nietzsche

 

Canada is the only country in the world that knows how to live without an identity.

—Marshall McLuhan

 

If the mental illness of the United States is megalomania—that of Canada is paranoid schizophrenia.

—Margaret Atwood

 

Never trust human reason at face value for it seeks to mask what it fears to confront—the most unpleasant truth of all.

—Friedrich Nietzsche

 

Something profoundly convulsive and disturbing suddenly becomes both visible and audible with indescribable definiteness and exactness—bringing on the overwhelming feeling that one is utterly out of hand.  Everything occurs without volition—as if by eruption of freedom, independence, power and divinity—thus giving rise to the most immediate, exact and intense form of expression.

—Fredrick Nietzsche

 

When the accumulation of wealth is no longer of high social importance, there will be great changes in the code of morals.  We shall be able to rid ourselves of many of the pseudo-moral principles which have hag-ridden us for two hundred years, by which we have exalted some of the most distasteful human qualities into the position of the highest virtues.  The love of money as a possession—as distinguished from the love of money as a means to the enjoyments and realities of life—will be recognized for what it is, a somewhat disgusting morbidity, one of those semi-criminal, semi-pathological propensities which one hands over with a shudder to the specialists in mental disease.  But beware!  The time for all this is not yet.  For at least another hundred years we must pretend to ourselves and to everyone that fair is foul and foul is fair—for foul is useful and fair is not.  Avarice, usury and precaution must be our gods for a little longer still.  For only they can lead us out of the tunnel of economic necessity into daylight.

—John Maynard Keynes

 

Too long we have been fragments, shattered pieces of what might be a whole. How can a great culture grow in this air of patriotic prejudice and narrowing provincialism? The time for petty politics is past—the compulsion to great politics has come. When will the new race and the new leaders appear?

—Will Durant

 

Democracy means drift; it means permission given to each part of an organism to do just what it pleases; it means the lapse of coherence and interdependence, the enthronement of liberty and chaos. It means the worship of mediocrity and the hatred of excellence. It means the impossibility of great men—how could great men submit to the indignities and indecencies of an election? What chance would they have? What is hated by the people, as a wolf by the dogs, is the free spirit, the enemy of all fetters, the not-adorer, the man who is not a regular party-member. How can the superman arise in such a soil? And how can a nation become great when its greatest men lie unused, discouraged, perhaps unknown? Such a society loses character; imitation is horizontal instead of vertical—not the superior man but the majority man becomes the ideal and the model; everybody comes to resemble everybody else; even the sexes approximate—the men become women and the women become men.        

—Will Durant

 

The problem of politics is to prevent the businessman from ruling. For such a man has the short sight and narrow grasp of a politician, not the long view and wide range of the born aristocrat trained to statesmanship. The finer man has a divine right to rule—ie. the right of superior ability. The simple man has his place, but it is not on the throne. In his place the simple man is happy, and his virtues are as necessary to society as those of the leader—it would be absolutely unworthy a deeper mind to consider mediocrity in itself as an objection. Industriousness, thrift, regularity, moderation, strong conviction—with such virtues the mediocre man becomes perfect, but perfect only as an instrument.

—Will Durant

 

The maps produced by modern materialistic scientism leave all the questions that really matter unanswered; more than that—they deny the validity of the questions. The situation was desperate enough in my youth half a century ago; it is even worse now because the ever more rigorous application of the scientific method to all subjects and disciplines has destroyed even the last remnants of ancient wisdom—at least in the Western world. It is being loudly proclaimed in the name of scientific objectivity that values and meanings are nothing but defense mechanisms and reaction formations; that man is nothing but a complex biochemical mechanism powered by a combustion system which energizes computers with prodigious storage facilities for retaining encoded information.

—E.F. Schumacher

 

No simple, agreed-upon definition of consciousness exists. Attempts to define consciousness have tended to be merely tautological or descriptive—such as awareness, sensations, thoughts or feelings. In spite of this, the subject of consciousness has had a remarkable history and at one time was the primary subject matter of psychology, although has since suffered an almost complete and total downfall.

—Microsoft Encarta

 

Consciousness? Can you see it? Measure it? Pass it around? Then how is it different than something that does not exist at all?

—B.F. Skinner

 

There can be no other truth to take off from this—I think, therefore I exist—ie. the Cartesian cogito.  There we have the absolute truth of consciousness becoming aware of itself.  Every theory which takes man out of the moment in which he becomes aware of himself is, at its very beginning, a theory which confounds the truth, for outside the Cartesian cogito, all views are only probable, and a doctrine of probability which is not bound to a truth dissolves into thin air.  In order to describe the probable, you must have a firm hold on the true.  Therefore, before there can be any truth whatsoever, there must be an absolute truth; and this one is easily arrived at; it is on everyone’s doorstep; it is a matter of grasping it directly.

—Jean-Paul Sartre

 

Man has the power of life like the plants, the power of consciousness like the animals, and something more—the power of consciousness recoiling upon itself—which is the power of self-awareness. Man is not merely a conscious being, but a being capable of consciousness of his own consciousness—not merely a thinker, but a thinker able to watch and study his own thinking. This power of self-awareness opens up unlimited possibilities for purposeful learning, investigating, exploring and of formulating and accumulating knowledge.

—E.F. Schumacher

 

People ask for bread and are given stones.  They beg for advice on how to be saved and are told that salvation is an infantile neurosis.  They long for guidance on how to live responsibly and are told they are machines, like computers, without freewill and therefore without responsibility.

—E.F. Schumacher

 

If the government violates the rights of individuals, then the people have the right to get rid of the government.

—John Locke

 

The natural liberty of man is to be free from any superior power on earth—and not to be under the will or legislative authority of man but to have only the law of nature for his rule.

—John Locke

 

Whosoever in authority exceeds the power given him by law, and makes use of the force he has under his command to compass that upon the subject which the law does not allow—may be opposed as any other man, who by force invades the right of another.

—John Locke

 

Men have called me mad, but the question is not yet settled, whether madness is or is not the loftiest intelligence—whether much that is glorious—whether all that is profound—does not spring from disease of thought—from moods of minds exalted at the expense of general intellect.

—Edgar Allan Poe

 

Everything that can possibly be painted has been painted, every brush-stroke that can possibly be laid on canvas has been laid on.  Then suddenly at the age of forty, I began painting myself and became fascinated.

—D.H. Lawrence

 

Completion of the unified field theory will climax the long march of science towards unification.  Within its framework all man’s perceptions of the world and his abstract intuitions of reality—matter, energy, force, space and time will finally merge into one.  Its goal touches the grand aim of all science which, as Einstein says, is to cover the greatest number of empirical facts from logical deduction based on the least number of axioms.  The urge to consolidate premises, to unify concepts, to penetrate the particularity of the manifest world into the undifferentiated unity is the leaven of science and the loftiest passion of humanity.  The philosopher, mystic and scientist have always sought to arrive at knowledge of ultimate immutable essence that undergirds the mutable illusory world.  Plato once wrote that the true lover of knowledge is always striving after Being—and will not rest with those multitudinous phenomena whose existence are appearance only.

—Lincoln Barnett

 

A few years ago Einstein observed—The idea that there are two structures of space independent of each other, the metric—gravitational and the electromagnetic is intolerable to the theoretical spirit. Moreover, as Relativity showed that energy has mass and mass is congealed energy, the unified field theory will regard matter simply as a concentration of field. From its perspective the entire universe will be revealed as an elemental field in which each star, each atom, each wandering comet and slow-wheeling galaxy and flying electron is seen to be but a ripple or tumescence in the underlying spacetime unity. And so a profound simplicity will supplant the surface complexity of nature; the distinction between gravitational and electromagnetic force, between matter and field, between electric charge and field will be forever lost; and matter, gravitation, and electromagnetic force will all thus resolve into configurations of the four-dimensional continuum which is the universe.

—Lincoln Barnett

 

The other gateway to this knowledge may be opened by the unified field theory upon which Einstein has been at work for a quarter century. Today the outer limits of man’s knowledge are defined by relativity, the inner limits by the quantum theory. Relativity has shaped all our concepts of space, time, gravitation, and the realities that are too remote and too vast to be perceived. Quantum theory has shaped all our concepts of the atom, the basic units of matter and energy, and the realities that are too elusive and too small to be perceived. Yet these two great scientific systems rest on entirely different and unrelated theoretical foundations. The purpose of Einstein’s unified field theory is to construct a bridge between them. Believing in the harmony and uniformity of nature, Einstein hopes to evolve a single edifice of physical laws that will encompass both the phenomena of the atom and the phenomena of outer space. Just as relativity reduced gravitational force to a geometrical peculiarity of the spacetime continuum, the unified field theory will reduce electromagnetic force—the other great universal force—to equivalent status.

—Lincoln Barnett

 

Our beliefs are based much more on custom and example than on any certain knowledge. People take age, number and loca­tion as criteria of justice. A law is reputed to be ancient, a religious creed is seen to be popular—such brute facts are reason enough to render them legitimate. And professions exploit the multitude’s susceptibility to costume for all it is worth—including our magistrates, who have shown themselves well aware of this secret. Their red robes, the ermine in which they swaddle themselves like furry cats, the law-courts where they sit in judgment, the fleurs de lys, all this august panoply is very necessary. If physicians did not have long gowns and mules, if learned doctors did not wear square caps and robes four times too large, they would never have deceived the world, which finds such an authentic display irresistible. And it is not only judges and doctors who are judged worthy of respect by the common people because of the way they appear—nobility and royalty do the same. The queen leaves her palace surrounded by guards, drums, officers and all the things which prompt automatic responses of respect.

—Blaise Pascal

 


Enclosures

Correspondence

Philosophymagazine

Books

 


Correspondence

From—Bek—Chrétien, Klein—Recognition Request—28 Jun 2002

From—Bek—To—McLachlin—Declaration of Kingship—28 Sep 2002

From—Bek—Chrétien, Klein—Proposal for Cooperation—28 Oct 2002

From—Bek—To—Beaton—Proposal for Cooperation—14 Feb 2003

From—Bek—To—Virtual Creditors—Notice of Debt Redirection—14 Feb 2003

From—Bek—To—Mansbridge—Proposal for Public Debate—14 Feb 2003

From—Bek—To—Carstairs—Proposal for Public Court—21 Feb 2003

 

Philosophymagazine

PM—The Great Cosmic Accounting Blunder

compares the two physical fixedpoints in the universe—lightspeed and Planck’s constant—and argues that we have been guilty of double counting up until now and that in fact there is but one fixedpoint—which, as it turns out, is the boundary of the universe.

PM—The Unified Field Theory

counts down the Euclidean hits from five to one in categorically nailing the vast majority of this little thing I like to call cosmic pi.  At this point in spacetime I would like to pay special tribute to my excellent wingman Albert Einstein (1879-1955).

PM—Singularity

identifies the trigger of the looming paradigm shift from the three-dimensionally conscioused Everyman to the four-dimensionally conscioused Superman as the 1935 Schrödinger's Cat though problem—which proves that consciousness is real.

PM—QED Baby

presents a complementary view of reality—and argues that the synthesis of this complementary view with the everyday view is necessary for achieving global sustainability.  QED is Latin for quod erat demonstrandum (ie. which was to be demonstrated) and is written at the bottom of a mathematical proof.

PM—Against Physics

recounts the two major physical theories developed during the Twentieth century in context of Ockham’s principle of economy and Dirac’s principle of aesthetic value.

PM—Transcending Uncertainty

recounts the events leading up to the paradigm shift of quantum theory in 1925—and then takes a look at what we still have to learn from it.  The nanosecond forecast of Philosophymagazine calls for a monumental paradigm shift whereby we will finally orient ourselves to the universe.

PM—Scientific Management

follows the development of relativity from Archimedes to Einstein—and then takes a parallel line of reasoning in considering the development of scientific management.

PM—Allegory of One

tells Plato’s allegory of the cave and the story of Creation—and then considers how things might have turned out differently had the story of Creation been interpreted allegorically rather than literally.

PM—Closing the Liars Loophole

identifies the malignant cancer within the healthcare system and society as the outwardly focusing behavioral psychological model, which denies the existence of consciousness—while the inwardly focusing existential model makes consciousness and the soul primordially important.

PM—Twenty Eight is a Perfect Number

argues that faith and reason separately have vanished into mere shadows—and only a combined notion of the two preserves any reality. At the point outside spacetime I would like to pay special tribute to my excellent wingman Saint Augustine (354–28 August 430). 1x28 = 2x14 = 4x7 = 1+2+4+7+14 = A Perfect Number.

PM—Towards Synchronicity

discusses the notion of holistic thinking as embodied by Gestalt and Jungian psychology—emphasizing the whole as more than the combined parts. Towards Synchronicity, by way of example, offers the openminded reader a perspective that is hopefully greater than the sum of the paragraphs.

PM—The Bernoulli Model

re-cognizes the notion of wisdom—and argues that the world is on the cusp of a monumental paradigm shift due to the imminent fall of the authoritian model and the rise of portfolio theory in the practical incarnation of The Bernoulli Model of governance.

PM—The Deontological Argument

contrasts the ontological argument with the deontological argument to reveal the leap of faith necessary to achieve higher ontological valence—finally arriving at the inescapable conclusion that one is either going for the jugular or going through the motions.

PM—Art and Moral Choice

tells the story of The Fall and of the story behind The Fall that took place between the author, Albert Camus, and his French compatriot Jean-Paul Sartre.  Philosophymagazine is proud to proclaim Albert Camus—Man of the Twentieth Century.  As the American journalist Charles Rolo wrote—Camus is a man of unshakeable decency.

 


Books

Age of Reason

by Hampshire characterizes the seventeenth century Renaissance (ie. the century of genius) with regard to Descartes, Leibniz and Leibniz’s philosophy and science of monads.

Beyond Einstein

by Kaku characterizes the violent opposition to the greatness of various scientists and the profound importance of uniting quantum theory and relativity.

Descartes in 90 Minutes

by Strathern characterizes the violent opposition to the greatness of René Descartes and the metaphysical dualism that is embodied in the unified field theory.

End of Physics

by Lindley characterizes the unified theory of everything that will conclusively bring an end to physics.

Existentialism and Human Emotions

by Sartre summarizes Sartre’s existentialism including his emphasis on total freedom and total responsibility.

From Socrates to Sartre

by Lavine describes Descartes’ metaphysical dualism that is embodied in the unified field theory and contrasts determinism (ie. behaviorism) with free will (ie. existentialism).

Introducing Quantum Theory

by McEvoy tells the story of the probabilistic interpretation of quantum theory and the Schrödinger’s Cat thought problem.

Irrational Man

by Barrett introduced existentialism to North America and has been accepted as the finest definition of existentialism ever written.

Leibniz in 90 Minutes

by Strathern describes Leibniz’s theory of monads.

Mysticism and the New Physics

by Talbot describes the monolithically important 1982 Aspect experiment.

Of Children

by Lefrancois describes the Freudian cognitive model and the Piagetian stages of cognitive development.

Sartre for Beginners

by Palmer contrasts behaviorism with existentialism.

The Strange Story of the Quantum

by Hoffman characterizes the profound importance of uniting quantum theory and relativity.

 


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Senate Leader Sharon Carstairs

Senate of Canada

Ottawa, Ontario

Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin

Supreme Court of Canada

Ottawa, Ontario

Prime Minister Jean Chrétien

Government of Canada

Ottawa, Ontario

Premier Ralph Klein

Government of Alberta

Edmonton, Alberta

Queen Elizabeth II

Queen of Great Britain & Northern Ireland

Ottawa, Ontario

Honourable Adrienne Clarkson

Governor General of Canada

Ottawa, Ontario

Honourable Paul Martin

Federal Liberal Party

Ottawa, Ontario

Honourable Stephen Harper

Leader of the Opposition and Leader of the Federal Canadian Alliance Party

Ottawa, Ontario

Right Honourable Joe Clark

Leader of the Federal Conservative Party

Ottawa, Ontario

Right Honourable William J Clinton

Former President of the United States

New York, New York

Ms Brigitte Vanherzeele

Canadiana Acquitions Division and Legal Deposit Office, National Library of Canada

Ottawa, Ontario

Mr Peter Mansbridge

Chief Correspondent of CBC News and Host of Mansbridge One on One

Toronto, Ontario

Mr Peter Jennings

Broadcaster, ABC Inc

New York, New York

Mr Gord Nixon

President, Royal Bank of Canada

Toronto, Ontario

Mr Israel H Asper

Executive Chairman of the Board, Canwest Global Communications Corp

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Mr Harvey Weingarten

President and Vice-Chancellor

University of Calgary

Dr RB Hicks

Department Chair, Department of Physics

University of Calgary

Dr Helmy Sherif

Department Chair, Department of Physics

University of Alberta

Dr Ivan L’Heureux

Department Chair, Department of Physics

University of Ottawa

Dr Christopher McKee

Department Chair, Department of Physics

University of California, Berkeley

Dr Claudio Pellegrini

Department Chair, Department of Physics

University of California, Los Angeles

Dr Doug Osheroff

Department Chair, Department of Physics

Stanford University

Dr G Peter Lepage

Department Chair, Department of Physics

Cornell University

Dr Allen Mincer

Department Chair, Department of Physics

New York University

Dr Daniel Marlow

Department Chair, Department of Physics

Princeton University

Dr Gerald Gabrielse

Department Chair, Department of Physics

Harvard University

Ms Jodie Foster

Actress, International Creative Management

Beverly Hills, California

Ms Sonya Savage

Lawyer, Randal Jarvis Law Office

Strathmore, Alberta

Dr John Naylor

Peter Lougheed Hospital

Calgary, Alberta

Minister Gary Mar

Alberta Health and Wellness

Edmonton, Alberta

Mr John Beaton

Chief of Police, Calgary Police

Calgary, Alberta

Mr Jim Kelly

Principal, Crescent Heights High School

Calgary, Alberta

Bishop Kevin Zemp

Crescent Heights Church of Jesus Christ of Later-Day Saints

Calgary, Alberta

Mr François Jubinville

Privy Council Office

Ottawa, Ontario

Mr Nigel Lloyd

Executive VP, Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada Investing in people, discovery & innovation

Ottawa, Ontario

 


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Profile

Christopher Bek is a mathematician, actuary, philosopher, scientist and writer—and is a superior spreadsheet, database and riskmodeling craftsman. He has consulted to the top executives of one of the largest companies in Canada—and has made presentations relating to the philosophy and science of risk management in Houston and New York. Chris founded Risk Management Services in 1995 dedicated to helping executives develop scientific management practices that will allow organizations to properly serve the shareholders, the stakeholders and society in the community.  Socrates (470-399 BC) set the table for Plato (427-347) by radically insisting that we must first answer the question of what X is before we can say anything else about X.  Plato then founded philosophy by daring to ask what existence would be like outside the cave.  Chris founded Philosophymagazine on 1 January 2001 in support of those who have taken a less traveled road in the struggle towards daylight.

 


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