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Otto Maier

ERNST: Why are you so alone, herr Maier? OTTO MAIER: If you call this being alone, Ernst, then be assured I am my own company, and the same goes for all my advisers. ERNST: Have I disturbed your visitors? It seems they’ve all fled. OTTO MAIER: No, Ernst, not at all. They’re still here. There’s Seneca, Goethe, Tacitus, Zwinger, Henning, Mercator, Leibniz ....

Ask people about mathematics and they will talk about arithmetic, geometry, or statistics, about mathematical techniques or theorems they have learned. They may talk about the logical structure of mathematics, the nature of mathematical arguments. They may be impressed with the precision of mathematics, the way in which things in mathematics are either right or wrong. They may even feel...

Watch the new trailer for Episode V Maier Files: Laurin's Mill -  New episode will be released on July 11. Maier files - the hidden history of Otto Maier. A story about limitless money and hidden global power. A gripping thriller, Otto Maier finds himself in a high-stakes power game. Was he able to breakaway from the tiranny and machinations of...

Most of the readers will already know that the Maier files is based on Mr. Naumann's narrative. This secret history of Otto Maier's science, flying discs, the legacy of Mr. Gross' factory, some references to a Grail quest and a banking conspiracy, it all seems a little far-fetched at first glance. But is it? When one tries to find more...

Otto Maier and his theorem about waves, reality and time curves are rooted in the works of the men he looked up to, Leibniz and Descartes. But who was Leibniz?  Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646–1716) lived an extraordinarily rich and varied intellectual life in troubled times. Although remembered as a great thinker, he was a man who more than anything else wanted to...

The Greek philosopher Heraclitus had said: “A hidden connection is stronger than one we can see.” Otto Maier was always fascinated with Time. Things occupy space—but how many of them there are (or could be) belongs to time? If you take off the face of a clock you won’t find time there, only human fabrication. Those numbers, circling round, make time...

Otto Maier and his theory about waves, reality and time curves are rooted in the works of the men he looked up to, Leibniz and Descartes. In his “First Meditation” (1641), French philosopher and mathematician René Descartes decided he could not be absolutely sure he wasn’t dreaming. Most people would probably disagree with Descartes. You’re not dreaming right now, and...

Mystery stories leave a flat aftertaste, because before the solution, anyone might have done it; after, it turns out to have been only a certain someone. But the infinite and the unknown endlessly call each other up, letting imagination loose. We love to live on frontiers that enclose a well mannered, finite world but look out toward the at any time...