David Birnbaum Cracks the Cosmic Code
Independent scholar and metaphysicist, David Birnbaum.
What Breathes Fire into the Equations?
How 21st century Quest for Potential Theory elegantly cracks the cosmic code
David Birnbaum answers Stephen Hawking
What drives our universe? The great Greek philosophers were ultimately stymied, as is contemporary physics. A contemporary 21st century independent scholar and metaphysicist, David Birnbaum of Manhattan, proposes that ‘Potential’ drives the universe.
He hypothesizes the core cosmic dynamic to be what he labels Infinite Quest for Potential. Over 150 articles and reviews in dozens of journals (see SummaCoverage.com) have dissected and analyzed the compelling and fully-integrated theory over the course of a quarter century; no flaw has been discerned.
In discussing Infinite Quest for Potential (shorthand: Q4P), we will look at some crucial gaps in 20th century physics and philosophy. Our literary vehicle will be through a hypothetical give-and-take between two important philosophical thought leaders: Physicist Stephen Hawking of Cambridge and Metaphysicist David Birnbaum of Manhattan.
Hawking’s work The Grand Design (2010) actually negates any possibility of a ‘grand design'; Birnbaum is the author of the 3-part Summa Metaphysica series (1988, 2005, 2014) and its associated Potentialism Theory which ascribes ‘grand design’ to our universe via his hypothesized metaphysical dynamic Infinite Quest for Potential.
Renowned contemporary British physicist Stephen Hawking has given us a number of memorable one-liners regarding physics and the universe. And when Hawking speaks, people do listen. He is a ‘pinnacle player’ and one of the leading minds in physics. Hawking has given a lot of conjecture over the years – snippets of hope and tidbits of wisdom for universal understanding; however, the great Hawking, like his erstwhile contemporaries in academe, ultimately leaves key questions unanswered.
Many believe that David Birnbaum’s unified Potentialism Theory elegantly lances the key (historical and hitherto intractable) issues in metaphysics via his —> Read More