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Issue 24 of SHAPE journal featuring articles on Space & Time

Coming up in the next issue...

The Team

Jim Schofield - Editor

Physicist, Philosopher, Marxist, Multimedia Expert, Mathematician, Author, Sculptor.

Dr. Peter Mothersole -

Senior Lecturer in Computing, Physicist, Photographer, Constructivist, Software Developer, Philosopher.

Mick Schofield -
Art Director

Graphic Designer, Writer, Photographer, Music Producer,
Digital Artist, Webmaster

SHAPE Issue 24 April 2012

1. Dimensional and Real Time

2. What is Electromagnetic Energy

3. The Neutritron as Source or Carrier?

4. A Non-Formal Distortion of Space

5. Reconsidering E-M Radiation

6. Further Thoughts on Empty Photons

+ much more

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New film from Shape Journal:

A Brief History of Abstraction (Youtube)


Welcome to Issue 24 of SHAPE Journal.

This issue of SHAPE is unusual in that it gathers together a series of recent papers precipitated by a long and concerted attack upon the so-called Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Theory. It started with the ubiquitous Double Slit Experiments, but quickly forced a more general reassessment which could not but include Cosmology and Einstein’s formal contributions upon the assumed framework of everything - Space & Time.

It is not the coherent and comprehensive work that was originally planned for a Special Issue on the subject - this will follow in the relatively near future - but it does lay down a few precursors of an entirely new approach, which arose out of other Sciences - particularly Biology and primarily Darwin and the following Evolutionists.

But this collection does indeed tackle the philosophic ground of giants such as Einstein, Bohr and Heisenberg and shows in a fragmentary way where their transformation of Physics has unfortunately led.

The Blog
, meanwhile continues with its series on Socialism.

We also have a new short film up on Youtube exploring the history of Mankind's use of abstraction in attempting to understand the world. A Brief History of Abstraction

Jim Schofield
APR 2012