The history of science

For a better understanding of the technological singularity, it is important to master classical science and perhaps pay particular attention to the post-quantum science of the universe. A good source of elementary learning - is to watch the 52 half-hour info-documentary presentations by CALTECH (California Institute of Technology). The title of the series is; The Mechanical Universe. Unfortunately we have no such info-documentaries available in French. This is one of the main factors initiating the project "WHO AM I? Where Am I". But this fine Caltech produced series is available at: www.video.google.com


The inseparability of particles

In this section, we want to open your mind to, quantum entanglement, a phenomenon observed in quantum mechanics in which the quantum state of two objects should be described generally, unable to separate an object from another, although that 'they can be spatially separated. For more details you can view a small section of the film "What the Bleep, Down in the rabbit hole" again this English film has prompted the general public’s request for more info-documentaries about science. There is a need for the Francophone community to be able to learn. The following small section of this film (subtitled in French) describes the phenomenon of quantum entanglement; (inseparability of the particles) and it shows that there never really is a separation and that the distance is an illusion created by our brain. Cliquer ici, pour visionner le petit bout de film



Quantify the quality

PeeteeLab is its commitment to the stand to future generations. To do this we look at various works including those of; astronomer Johannes Kepler, the sociologist Vilfredo Pareto, the mathematician Claude Shannon and ecologist Benoît Gauthier Ph.D. They are all parts of our literature supporting the concept of sustainability Katernaire. Their works allow us to work in the search mode to apply and demonstrate support mathematics and science.

Katernaire is a holism that encircles the sustainability approach to sustainable development. This unitary concept stems from the simultaneous use of four components (Environm, Society, Economics and Governance) in order to achieve a balance, full harmony