New Internationale (Internationale 2012)

We Have a Dream: A Call to All Men and Women of Science and Religion to Rise Up (by Huping Hu): Abstract: In the spirit of Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King, Jr., we call all men and women of Science and Religion to rise up in the pursuit of truth.

New Internationale (Internationale 2012) (by Huping Hu, Alice Hu, Maoxin Wu): Abstract: This poem/lyrics/song in English and Chinese promotes a peaceful and prospering New World under Scientific GOD. It is adapted from Eugène E. Pottier’s L'Internationale written in 1871. The music for the lyrics is adapted from Pierre De Geyter’s composition written in 1888. Please don’t use in countries where its use is prohibited due to copyright restrictions and/or other regulation(s). YouTube Releases are here: New Internationale (English) and New Internationale (Chinese).

Unified Reality Theory in a Nutshell (by Steven E. Kaufman): Abstract: Unified Reality Theory describes how all reality evolves from an absolute existence. It also demonstrates that this absolute existence must have consciousness as an attribute that's intrinsic to its being. Thus, it shows that consciousness, rather than being a product of the evolution of physical reality, is itself the source of what we experience as physical reality and that physical reality is itself but one aspect of an evolving universal consciousness. Ultimately, Unified Reality Theory uses science and logic to demonstrate that God exists, as a pervasive and absolute consciousness that transcends the realities of space and time, and that we, as well as everything else, are that.

Unified Reality Theory: Relational-Matrix Model (by Steven E. Kaufman): Abstract: Our modeling of space-time as a structure must include an analysis and description of these two complementary aspects, i.e., something that exists, and the way that something is arranged into a structure. What space-time is made of we will analyze and describe in terms of spatial content. How that content is arranged we will analyze and describe in terms of spatial construct. Thus, In this article, we will describe the behavior of spatial content within the context of a defined spatial construct. This description will leave us with a model of space-time as a dynamic structure. We will call this model the relational-matrix model. This model will provide a framework that we can use to visualize the relationships between physical phenomena which we know must somehow be related but for which we currently lack the symbolic conceptual abstractions necessary to link together as a unified whole.