Science and Math Made Simple

A New Perspective on High School Science and Math Subjects

A new model for imagining how life forms

A new way of thinking about high school science and math subjects

New perspective on general sciences including quantum theory, chemistry, biology and physics

New perspective on general maths including geometry, algebra, arithmetic and statistics

An introduction of new paradigm for the 21st century and beyond

New theoretical basis for the speed of light through air, water and oil


  • No experience required, only a curiosity to hear new perspectives on timeless ideas


This course offers brief descriptions of general science and math concepts. Each video is accompanied by longer descriptions of each subject included in the resources. The general idea is to learn simpler ways of thinking about science and math, and thus simpler ways of thinking about the world. Brief descriptions of each subject area are as follows:

Chapters are accumulative. Each builds on the previous. Together all material describes a model to relate aspects of scientific and mathematical theory to one another.


Lightwaves… How life forms from lightwaves

Elements … Basic components of matter. How to compare elements

Organisms … Twelve elements found in all living organisms

Phenotypes … Overview of Evolution


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Constants … The speed of light through air, water, and living organisms

Planes … Polar, projective and square, cubic, cylindrical, spherical, elliptical and hyperbolic planes

Radius formulas … Shapes and solids connected by a single line


Arithmetic … Ways to count to two

Logarithm … Measuring how fast trees grow


Variable formulas … Do equal relationships exist? What would they look like?

Phi formulas … 1.6. The only number that when squared equals itself plus one


Plan … Plan to apply this mathematical and scientific model to a large group of people. The course describes a statistical model to determine the increase and decline of populations of people across expansive regions.

Who this course is for:

  • 15-22 year olds in high school and college
  • 22+ year old people interested in new perspectives on science and math
  • Curious people of all ages interested in a new way of imagining how life forms

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