07 Sep What’s concealed in the encrypted notes of Otto Maier? (1)
What’s concealed in the encrypted notes of Otto Maier? And why are they so important to so many powerful organisations after all these years?
Maybe it is the business of science to predict. An exact science like astronomy can usually make very acurate predictions indeed. A chemist makes a precise predicition every time he writes a formula. It’s shown that rythm and periodicity exist in the natural world, and that our economic world, analyzed with similar statistical tools, also displays curvilinear forms and distinct rhythms. -Waves-
One of the many reasons can be his abandoning the classical approach to phenomena based on endless argument over cause and effect and time itself with the discovery that he was dealing with laws regarding rhythmic responses to certain stimuli. Which could be a remarkable tool for those who seek power and want to know future outcomes and the probabilities of tomorrow.
A.S. Eddington pointed out in his “The nature of the physical world”, in his own field of physics, “The quantum physicist does not fill the atom with gadgets for directing its future behavior, as the classical physicist would have done; he fills it with gadgets determining the odds on its future behavior. He studies the art of the bookmaker, not the trainer.”
Probabilities have to do with averages. When the physicist predicts that a given group of atoms will act in a certain way, he is relying on a knowledge only of what the average atom will do. Quite similarly, when an insurance company more or less accurately predicts the number of deaths for the next year.