My art shows the connection of all things through abstraction as well as the emotive appeal by choice of subjects.
Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) August 13, 2012
Dr. Jerry Jacobson has found a rational, scientific basis for believing in God.
Jacobson came to understand the order and design of the universe following intense research using his patented theory of Jacobson Resonance.
Jacobson outlines his findings in his new book, Reason for Life: Positive Action with Moral Purpose (published by Abbott Press). In the book, he tells how his study of microscopic magnetic waves led him to discover the unified field equation that Einstein sought in the last 25 years of life.
Scientific studies always came naturally to Jacobson, who was reading Freud and Galileo, as well as Newton’s Principia, by age six. While leading the field of bioelectromagnetics, Jacobson discovered that this area of science could do an amazing thing--provide a logical basis for universal design and belief in an ultimate creating force.
In the book, Jacobson presents his findings in addition to other areas of his work, including 50 Perspectivist paintings, insightful poetry and short essays. All of these elements, he says, helped him develop a deep understanding of the complete human experience.
“My art shows the connection of all things through abstraction as well as the emotive appeal by choice of subjects,” Jacobson says. “In addition to the art, I provided a short essay that reveals the rational basis for faith to the average person, as well as a scientific treatise which provides the hard data.”
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Reason for Life: Positive Action with Moral Purpose
By Jerry Jacobson
About the author
Dr. Jerry Jacobson currently works as Chief Science Officer for Pico-Tesla Magnetic Therapies, LLC and Magneceutical Health, LLC. He holds a PhD in medicine and biophysics as well as a DMD and DDS. He is an accomplished musician and is a member of the Musicians Union. He is also an accomplished student of art and has shown in galleries across the country. He has published numerous articles in science, bioelectromagnetics, philosophy and poetry. He has written 20 books, composed 100 songs and granted more than 40 patents.
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