Chaim Henry Tejman M. D., Wave Theory and the origin of life?

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Do Dr. Chaim Tejman's theories seem to explain the origin of life?

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  3. Perhaps what he explains is the origin of Intelligence???

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  1. Dennis Tate Valued Senior Member

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    In my opinion Dr. Tejman may well have bridged the gap between Wave Theory and Philosophy.

    I think that he deserves the "Origin of Life Prize" that I read about several years ago.

    Or then again.... I could be wrong but those of you who have not yet had a look at his theories, (and in my opinion his illustrations may well be even more valuable), I do think that you will rather enjoy this.


    http://www.grandunifiedtheory.org.il/fund/fund1.htm
    http://www.grandunifiedtheory.org.il/book/life1.htm
     
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  3. Dennis Tate Valued Senior Member

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    I personally think that he is onto something extremely important with this idea:

    http://www.grandunifiedtheory.org.il/gender/g1.htm
    I believe that you will find the many links at his website quite interesting.
     
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  5. Q-reeus Banned Valued Senior Member

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    A glance at the 'fundamental physics' illustrations or rather fanciful and incoherent scrawlings there is enough to know the poor Dr is suffering from euphoric imaginationitis.
    No point studying any of his other musings.
     
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  7. Dennis Tate Valued Senior Member

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    Thank you for taking a look at his website.
     
  8. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    Based on the tiny extract you quote, the guy can't even spell and his ideas are not just woo, but quite mad into the bargain, I'm afraid.

    What does it mean to state that "energetic matter is a force"? "Energetic matter" could mean either matter at any temperature above absolute zero, i.e. possessing extractable energy, or any matter at all, if one allows the energy implicit in rest mass to be included. How does that constitute a "force"?

    As for this attribution of fundamental phenomena in the universe to sexual gender, that is elevating one feature of the replication mechanism of certain terrestrial organisms into a universal principle. That is either mad or else reveals a very petty and constrained mind. The universe does not revolve around selected bits of life on Earth.

    There is almost no trace of Tejman on the internet, apart from his own self-promotion - apart his promotion by you, of course

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    . He does not seem to have got any recognition, anywhere, for anything. I'm not surprised. He seems to be just another internet nutter.

    I'm certainly not going to boost the traffic on his website by visiting it, which you seem strangely keen that we should all do.
     
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  9. Q-reeus Banned Valued Senior Member

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    Sure - it was worth a peek, but not much more unfortunately.
     
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  10. Dennis Tate Valued Senior Member

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    Here is a thought for you.....
    could the pulling vs pushing actions of fundamental or nearly fundamental energy....
    perform a function similar to the zeros vs ones of basic computer programming?
     
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    With a lot of imagination and license, interatomic forces that bind a solid together could be loosely described as the interplay between pushing and pulling forces. From there it could be argued that binary logic based semi-conductor chip architecture is based on 'pushing' solid logic/memory cells into one state then 'pulling' them back into the original state.
    But that won't take you very far and no actual scientist or technician in any related field would think in those terms.
     
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  12. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 72 years oldl Valued Senior Member

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    An olde but a truie

    You Keep Using That Word, I Do Not Think It Means What You Think It Means
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    To my thinking here is the crux of the matter.....
    the nearly obvious implications of The Law of Probability.....
    combined with String Theory....
    combined with The Cyclic Model of the universe / Multiverse.....
    combined with the evidence that we are living in a hologram / series of holograms in higher and higher and more energetic levels of Life and intelligence... / Multiverse......BUT......
    we human are highly unlikely to be the most technologically advanced species within the Multiverse so..........

    the fairly obvious implications of a more Theistic Version of Evolutionary Theory...... SCARES US..... all of us...... myself included......!!!!!

    I am a janitor.... I do not know the technical jargon of Theoretical Physicists so......
    assuming even some validity to the Dr. Chaim Henry Tejman M. D. theories.... Dr. Tejman needs a far better promoter than a mere janitor could possibly do.......

    so on that note..... I submit that your reading through more of his website could well be an excellent investment of your time Sir!!??

    Oh.... this janitor did try my best to put all of this into terms that virtually anybody could grasp.....
    www.CarbonBias.blogspot.ca/
     
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    You could well be correct.....
    I am merely a janitor and I am certain that my minuscule comprehension of what is meant by energy as it would differ between more and energetic
    levels of life and potential intelligence...... is comparable to zero!

    The final paragraph that I quote here is kind of scary... and for the record .... .to at least some degree Stephen Hawking Ph. D. seems to have collaborated on this article that I first read back during the 1990's.

     
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    As I am sure you have noticed.....
    the world economy is in pretty serious danger and I believe that
    awarding Dr. Chaim Henry TEjman M. D. with some variation of an older.... or even a newer version of a "Origin of Life Prize" could well be a catalyst to
    AN INCREASED VALUATION ON THE VALUE OF LIFE....... both of humans... but frankly of all life......

    The nation of Israel is in the middle of what could be the greatest time of division within the Jewish community in this past century.....
    since the time that Adolf Hitler convinced Germans that they could catch dangerous and scary diseases from the Jewish population of Germany.....

    Two factors are needed to produce a period of hyper-inflation.......
    1. print an abundance of money
    2. DECREASE PRODUCTIVITY!!!!!!!

    How far would you go Sir to at least attempt to initiate a boom in the world economy as opposed to what some biased people seem to be looking for and hoping for at this time
    in history?
     
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    Depending on how it's distributed and used, I'm all for a boom in the world economy. China has almost certainly managed to leapfrog past the US to become the world's number one economy thanks to how Covid-19 was handled in different countries. Evidently the US is experiencing a resurgence of sort to but one suspects that has a lot to do with the Fed pumping vast amounts of fiat currency into the economy. In case you aren't aware, the Fed's game is always win for the Fed's stake holders. Interesting that the Fed has never been subject to an audit. You might want to research who actually runs it and benefits greatly from its usury game. I'd prefer to end my participation this thread now. Thanks for your questions though.
     
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    Why do you find this guy's theory to be so compelling rather than spending more time to learn the science that already exists but that you (apparently) haven't decided to learn? No one has ever heard of this guy and his "work" certainly hasn't influenced the scientific community.

    You've mentioned that you are a janitor. What leads you to believe that you've identified a solution to a grand unified theory when those who are well informed in physics don't take this guy seriously?

    I'm just curious as to your thinking process.
     
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    OK, but if you are a "mere janitor", why have you decided to follow the views of this eccentric nobody, rather than following science? Doesn't it make more sense to take on trust the verdict of the universities and the rest of the worldwide academic community, if you don't have the capacity to become expert in these topics yourself?

    But curiously, this precis of Tejman (written in very poor English) asserts that, far from being a mere janitor, you are a professor of German Studies

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    Doctoral: 1961 Jerusalem University of Medicine and Nature Sciences Like Planck-Einstein’s quantum open the door to modern physics 20 century; the same, seems be happen, with two semi loops, wave formations Tejman’s quantum, that open the door to 21 century modern physics and all natural sciences. After many years of exploring and research succeeded Tejman to connect between Darwin’s theories of life with all other disciplines of science. This connection he called “The United Nature Theory”, also known as Grand Unified Theory. Wave theory. The U.N.T. is an additional path of understand the ingenious sophisticated behavior of the “NATURE”. The first book of The United Nature Theory (Grand Unified Theory, Wave Theory, Theory of everything) was published by Chaim Tejman in 2001. Until today he published another nine books of the theory. The theory introduced that quantum formation is composed by two semi loops (+ and 0) double bubbles that give scientific solution to every natural formation. The best description of Tejman’s theory gave Dennis Tate, Professor of German Studies in the Department of European Studies & Modern Languages: “Dr. Chaim Tejman is one of the leading proponents of putting theoretical physics together with metaphysics to come up with a logical explanation for life as we known it”. The theory is now included curriculum together with I. Newton and A. Einstein works of many of universities. Tejman wrote 251 original papers.[ideas] and introduce 18 new equations to physic. U.N.T. is the first theory that united longstanding discussion between quantum mechanics and. Einstein’s ideas that every thing is composed by this same one quantum formation. The revolution’s ideas of United [Unified] Nature theory.

    From: https://www.grandunifiedtheory.org.il/Boston.htm

    That link also looks as if it is making a feeble attempt to impersonate Boston University - which is fraudulent, of course.

    But interestingly, there actually is a Dennis Tate who is an emeritus Professor of German Studies, at Bath University: https://people.bath.ac.uk/mlsgdt/publications.htm

    But how very odd that this Chaim Tejman, who nobody seems to have heard of and seems quite mad, should have been - supposedly- endorsed by a retired professor of a quite unrelated subject, at Bath.......who just happens to share a name with a "mere janitor" in Nova Scotia, who, quite by coincidence is the only person on the internet who is promoting Chaim Tejman.

    I also see that you have been banging this drum of yours for Chaim Tejman "MD", for over a decade now: https://carbonbias.blogspot.com
    That was posted in 2010.

    There is, therefore, something extremely fishy about you, as well as about this Tejman person - assuming that you are not Tejman.

    You are not levelling with us, I think.

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  19. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 72 years oldl Valued Senior Member

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    I'm glad you did the research

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  20. Q-reeus Banned Valued Senior Member

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    Nice detective work. Except for the Wikipedia link to ...dead end, every other live link within webpage https://www.grandunifiedtheory.org.il/Boston.htm goes to https://bowling2u.com/
    That includes from all the presumed 'endorsers from academia' listed there, none with any accompanying titles, places of residence etc. just names. Case closed. Goodbye Dennis Tate, or 'Dennis Tate'.
     
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    Heh heh. I found myself with 45mind to spare this morning and thought I'd go digging to see what I could turn up. Pity you can't view that link, though.

    The last Dennis we had from Canada was that Markuze wacko, so I admit I was wondering...........but no Depeche Mode videos so it can't be him, or not unless he's on very strong meds these days.

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    Can't say I've come across a Dennis Markuze - but I kind of like Depeche Mode, at least some of their classic 80s hits, so in my book he can't be all that bad. Tastes vary of course.

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