Dr. Rudolph Bridges gap Between World of Matter and Abstract

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Seasoned researcher combines science, Indian epistemology to create new science of reality in new book

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My research reflects the human quest for a breakthrough in the dichotomies of matter and abstract, body and mind.

As a practicing physician, Hans-Joachim Rudolph, MD has been attempting to resolve the body-mind and mind-body dichotomy, an issue challenging medical sciences for decades.
But he doesn’t have to try anymore.

In “From Imaginary Oxymora to Real Polarities and Return” (published by AuthorHouse), Dr. Rudolph introduces a new reality of science that bridges the gap between the world of matter and that of abstract.

Combining science and the contemporary Indian epistemology, Dr. Rudolph explains how the tangible and intangible go hand-in-hand, finally replacing the current energy-based atomism with a concept of atoms based on what’s called Microvita (ultimate particles of consciousness).

“My research reflects the human quest for a breakthrough in the dichotomies of matter and abstract, body and mind,” says Dr. Rudolph. “Drawing upon the framework of Microvita authority Shri Prabhat Rainjan Sarker, my book introduces a new brand of atomism, which has never been successfully done before.”

According to Sarkar, billions of these Microvita constitute a single carbon atom, and although they are so small, they have life-like qualities that allow living cells to get organized. Once started, life continues to be influenced by these entities, either in a positive or a negative way. Dr. Rudolph offers a mathematical model explaining this process of Microvita and how it upends the current notion of atomism.

“Two very different understandings of life exist: The one is brought forward by the contemporary Indian epistemology and the other by our western science,” Dr. Rudolph says. “Now, there is finally a way to connect these understandings, one that will impact science, mathematics and spirituality in ways that have never been seen before.”

“From Imaginary Oxymora to Real Polarities and Return: A new science of reality”
By Rudolph Hans-Joachim, MD
Pages: 124
Retail price: $16.95
ISBN: 978-1-4685-0843-7 (e),978-1-4685-0844-4(sc)
Available on http://www.amazon.com and http://www.authorhouse.com

About the author
A Berlin native, Dr. Hans-Joachim Rudolph received his doctorate from the University of Munich with a thesis on branched-chain amino acids in 1980. He has practiced yoga since 1972. Dr. Rudolph was the Commissioner for Indian Medicine and a member of the Council for Natural Medicine at the Berlin Chamber of Physicians. In 2007, he became the founding member and chairman of Microvita Research e.V. in Germany, and in 2012 a Fellow of the Society for Microvita Research and Integrated Medicine in India.


EDITORS: For review copies or interview requests, contact:
Hannah Shaner
Email: hshaner(at)bohlsengroup(dot)com | 317-602-7137
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