Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity (e=mc2) Comes 'Full Circle' 100 Years Later in Groundbreaking New Book - 'Absolute Intelligence' by Ilexa Yardley

Traditional Science and Religious Beliefs Challenged as

Yardley Proves Existence of a Higher Power



Mar 14, 2005, 00:00 ET from Ilexa Yardley

    HOUSTON, March 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Is Albert Einstein's intelligence still
 with us? As people around the world celebrate Einstein's birthday, a new book
 released today -- 'Absolute Intelligence' by Ilexa Yardley -- answers that
 question with an affirmative "yes." Available now through Amazon.com,
 'Absolute Intelligence' integrates Einstein's theory of relativity (e=mc2),
 with other well-known theories and concludes, with proof, there is a "higher
 intelligence" guiding the universe.
 
     Secrets in Circles
     'Absolute Intelligence' may exacerbate America's culture war over science
 and religion at first, but it has the power eventually to bring about a
 significant worldwide awakening.
      The book's thesis -- that all things are circles -- integrates the main
 ideas in science and religion, supplying the perspective necessary to deliver
 the "theory of everything" to physicists, and "judgment day" to religious
 leaders.  It provides the backdrop and the ideas to move people to a whole new
 level of understanding, helping them to unlock the intuitive knowledge, or
 "truth" they know so well within.
 
     Relativity -- It's All About Relationships
     'Absolute Intelligence' digs deeply into the most basic relationships
 between religion, science and individual intelligence -- the "relativity" that
 Einstein was articulating. Besides showcasing some striking similarities-the
 fact that all things occur in pairs popping up in science, psychology and
 nature-the book integrates Einstein's theory with a very old Jungian Buddhist
 mandala to arrive at the simple, straightforward, and easy-to-see conclusion
 that everything is circular.  The result is an increased understanding of how
 things fit together, and proof there is definitely "something" guiding the
 universe.
 
     Simple Scientific Method -- Observation
     To reach her conclusions, Yardley examined Einstein's conservation of
 energy which proves that energy can be converted from one form to another, but
 never destroyed.  From there, she applied the theories of Jung and Newton,
 and, finally, Emily Noether, widely regarded as the most important female
 mathematician. Noether's Theorem proves that conservation and symmetry are
 connected. Yardley observes in her book that the one "relativity" or
 relationship underlying and overriding all others is that of the opposite.
 People are generally familiar with yin and yang, and the course of opposites
 in daily life.  What Yardley realized, is these equal and opposite entities
 are all diameters of circles.  This makes everything symmetric, proving the
 circle is conserved.
 
     The Power of Pi
     Ubiquitous diameters give us ubiquitous circles, and ubiquitous circles
 give us ubiquitous pi.  Ubiquitous pi, straight out of high school geometry
 class, is a transcendental number that never stops (at least that we know of,
 having computed it to more than a billion digits).  No matter what the
 opposite, or what the diameter or circle, pi, 3.14 and then some, stays
 constant as the relationship between them.  It shows up everywhere but moves
 nowhere.
 
     Qualities of "God"
     Once we see the circle in everything, pi ends up having the same
 characteristics we use to describe 'God;' that is, it is omnipresent,
 omniscient and omnipotent, because it is in everything animate, inanimate,
 now, before, and forever. So this one little number ties everything together,
 proving all by itself, the world's religions are communicating an idea that is
 real, whole and true.
     This is the big "story" or "realization" delivered by the book.
 
     Einstein Lives in All of Us and Einstein Wrote This Book
     The notion that everything is connected by pi proves that there is one
 intelligence, not many, and that the intelligence survives. All the ideas,
 people, plants, protozoa, and everything else that ever was, are still
 knowable today, and connected by pi. So, while most people spend Einstein's
 birthday remembering the person he was -- 'Absolute Intelligence' highlights
 that Einstein, along with Muhammad, Jesus, and anyone else that ever lived, is
 actually "still with us."   He shows up in scientific papers, construction
 projects and the occasional tea, and is available to anyone who needs him, as
 soon as they believe that he is. (They can get to him through pi.)
 
     Answers Inside
     Yardley is an investment banker by trade, not a scientist, philosopher,
 psychologist or religious expert, all domains she touches on in this book.
 Part of her quest was to showcase, as taught by all the world's great
 religions, that people can find the answers they seek by going inside. "We've
 been told we need specialized knowledge to unlock the secrets to the universe,
 or that some people are smarter and better equipped to understand cosmic
 concepts than others, but this cannot be totally true. In some ways, we've
 turned science into religion, or religion into science, leaving our basic
 instincts out of the picture altogether."
 
     Science and Religion
     Yardley makes no claim whatsoever that 'Absolute Intelligence' is a
 rigorous scientific or religious study in the sense that we know these. The
 book isn't "new age" and it isn't "philosophy." It's more a roadmap and
 presentation of ideas, and a general conclusion about things we already know.
 There is definitely some science and religion within it, though.  Yardley is
 confident the scientific aspects of what she has found will be validated as
 true.
 
     'Absolute Intelligence' Survives
     In the end, people will decide whether or not 'Absolute Intelligence'
 holds an uplifting new universal truth.  It won't matter whether they are
 scientists, religious leaders, psychologists, philosophers or investment
 bankers.  Actually, it's not them, but their 'Absolute Intelligence', that
 will really decide. For more information see
 http://www.absolute-intelligence.com.
 
      Media contact:
      Chandler Haase, Communications Director
      Tel: 206-931-8423
      media.absoluteintelligence@comcast.net
 
     This release was issued through eReleases(TM).  For more information,
 visit http://www.ereleases.com.
 
 

SOURCE Ilexa Yardley
    HOUSTON, March 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Is Albert Einstein's intelligence still
 with us? As people around the world celebrate Einstein's birthday, a new book
 released today -- 'Absolute Intelligence' by Ilexa Yardley -- answers that
 question with an affirmative "yes." Available now through Amazon.com,
 'Absolute Intelligence' integrates Einstein's theory of relativity (e=mc2),
 with other well-known theories and concludes, with proof, there is a "higher
 intelligence" guiding the universe.
 
     Secrets in Circles
     'Absolute Intelligence' may exacerbate America's culture war over science
 and religion at first, but it has the power eventually to bring about a
 significant worldwide awakening.
      The book's thesis -- that all things are circles -- integrates the main
 ideas in science and religion, supplying the perspective necessary to deliver
 the "theory of everything" to physicists, and "judgment day" to religious
 leaders.  It provides the backdrop and the ideas to move people to a whole new
 level of understanding, helping them to unlock the intuitive knowledge, or
 "truth" they know so well within.
 
     Relativity -- It's All About Relationships
     'Absolute Intelligence' digs deeply into the most basic relationships
 between religion, science and individual intelligence -- the "relativity" that
 Einstein was articulating. Besides showcasing some striking similarities-the
 fact that all things occur in pairs popping up in science, psychology and
 nature-the book integrates Einstein's theory with a very old Jungian Buddhist
 mandala to arrive at the simple, straightforward, and easy-to-see conclusion
 that everything is circular.  The result is an increased understanding of how
 things fit together, and proof there is definitely "something" guiding the
 universe.
 
     Simple Scientific Method -- Observation
     To reach her conclusions, Yardley examined Einstein's conservation of
 energy which proves that energy can be converted from one form to another, but
 never destroyed.  From there, she applied the theories of Jung and Newton,
 and, finally, Emily Noether, widely regarded as the most important female
 mathematician. Noether's Theorem proves that conservation and symmetry are
 connected. Yardley observes in her book that the one "relativity" or
 relationship underlying and overriding all others is that of the opposite.
 People are generally familiar with yin and yang, and the course of opposites
 in daily life.  What Yardley realized, is these equal and opposite entities
 are all diameters of circles.  This makes everything symmetric, proving the
 circle is conserved.
 
     The Power of Pi
     Ubiquitous diameters give us ubiquitous circles, and ubiquitous circles
 give us ubiquitous pi.  Ubiquitous pi, straight out of high school geometry
 class, is a transcendental number that never stops (at least that we know of,
 having computed it to more than a billion digits).  No matter what the
 opposite, or what the diameter or circle, pi, 3.14 and then some, stays
 constant as the relationship between them.  It shows up everywhere but moves
 nowhere.
 
     Qualities of "God"
     Once we see the circle in everything, pi ends up having the same
 characteristics we use to describe 'God;' that is, it is omnipresent,
 omniscient and omnipotent, because it is in everything animate, inanimate,
 now, before, and forever. So this one little number ties everything together,
 proving all by itself, the world's religions are communicating an idea that is
 real, whole and true.
     This is the big "story" or "realization" delivered by the book.
 
     Einstein Lives in All of Us and Einstein Wrote This Book
     The notion that everything is connected by pi proves that there is one
 intelligence, not many, and that the intelligence survives. All the ideas,
 people, plants, protozoa, and everything else that ever was, are still
 knowable today, and connected by pi. So, while most people spend Einstein's
 birthday remembering the person he was -- 'Absolute Intelligence' highlights
 that Einstein, along with Muhammad, Jesus, and anyone else that ever lived, is
 actually "still with us."   He shows up in scientific papers, construction
 projects and the occasional tea, and is available to anyone who needs him, as
 soon as they believe that he is. (They can get to him through pi.)
 
     Answers Inside
     Yardley is an investment banker by trade, not a scientist, philosopher,
 psychologist or religious expert, all domains she touches on in this book.
 Part of her quest was to showcase, as taught by all the world's great
 religions, that people can find the answers they seek by going inside. "We've
 been told we need specialized knowledge to unlock the secrets to the universe,
 or that some people are smarter and better equipped to understand cosmic
 concepts than others, but this cannot be totally true. In some ways, we've
 turned science into religion, or religion into science, leaving our basic
 instincts out of the picture altogether."
 
     Science and Religion
     Yardley makes no claim whatsoever that 'Absolute Intelligence' is a
 rigorous scientific or religious study in the sense that we know these. The
 book isn't "new age" and it isn't "philosophy." It's more a roadmap and
 presentation of ideas, and a general conclusion about things we already know.
 There is definitely some science and religion within it, though.  Yardley is
 confident the scientific aspects of what she has found will be validated as
 true.
 
     'Absolute Intelligence' Survives
     In the end, people will decide whether or not 'Absolute Intelligence'
 holds an uplifting new universal truth.  It won't matter whether they are
 scientists, religious leaders, psychologists, philosophers or investment
 bankers.  Actually, it's not them, but their 'Absolute Intelligence', that
 will really decide. For more information see
 http://www.absolute-intelligence.com.
 
      Media contact:
      Chandler Haase, Communications Director
      Tel: 206-931-8423
      media.absoluteintelligence@comcast.net
 
     This release was issued through eReleases(TM).  For more information,
 visit http://www.ereleases.com.
 
 SOURCE  Ilexa Yardley

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