Quantum Future Group
Because the Future is Open
During the the past hundred years or so, every important idea for social change has been incubated in the nonprofit sector. The struggles for civil rights, for women’s rights, for environmental health, for AIDS treatment, for disabled access, for sustainability, for peace, for family support, for jobs and economic development — these are all ideas that were nurtured and launched through nonprofit organizations that have changed the world. The ideas of the founders and members of Quantum Future Group go to the core of the issues, seeking scientific socio-cultural solutions to the most fundamental problems of humanity.
The year 2005 was a year of major growth for Quantum Future Group. On Feb 23 we received our 501 (c) (3) status which was retroactive back to September 11, 2003, our date of incorporation. This completed the final phase of transition from the old Perseus Foundation.
In the Spring of 2005, the final edition of Laura Knight-Jadczyk's book "The Secret History of the World" was published by QFG. This work was accomplished with the support of research grants from Perseus Foundation and Quantum Future Group. Laura has generously licensed her books to QFG for fund raising and this gift has enabled us to support not only our own researchers, but the work of others.
In the summer of 2005 we were able to make a generous grant to University Paul Sabatier in Toulouse for the 7th Clifford Algebra Conference. Thanks to QFG, quite a few scientists in America were given travel and accommodation support for this important event.
QFG made a grant to the Institute of Mathematical Physics which put on a Science Night at College Saint Joseph in Beaumont de Lomagne. QFG provided support to bring the Bogdanov Brothers - French TV stars - from Paris to make a presentation to the student body, in addition to a subsequent presentation to the city, which was hosted by the mayor.
At the same time, we sponsored a series of IMP lectures for the city of Castelsarrasin which were well attended by local students, parents, and notables of the area. The highlight of the series was a lecture by Professor Jeremy Stubbs of the University of Manchester, UK, who talked about the many beliefs in the "End of Time."To see Press Coverage of the debut of QFG supported IMP, go HERE and HERE
Later in 2005, QFG partly supported Arkadiusz Jadczyk's attendance at the important Quantum Jumps Conference held at the Abdus Salam International Institute for Theoretical Physics in Trieste, Italy, (funded by the United Nations) and Mali Losinj, Croatia. Partial support was also generously given by the Italian Society sponsoring the conference.
QFG has provided a grant to support a mathematics student whose US Federal Student Aid is woefully insufficient, and there are several other Ph.D. students in various countries we will be assisting next year.
In 2006 QFG sponsored the editing and publishing of the work of Polish Psychologist, Andrew Lobaczewski. Two papers were published in the area of Quantum Theory - "Quantum Fractals on n-spheres," A. Jadczyk, (which appeared in Advances in Clifford Algebra, vol 17 no 2, December 2006) and "Some Comments on the Formal Structure of Spontaneous Localization Theories," A. Jadczyk, AIP Conference Proceedings - June 27, 2006 - Present Status of Quantum Mechanics
Training Workshops and Conferences:
In 2006 QFG continued its series of workshops and conferences holding 9 during the year. Two of these were attended by Jean-Pierre Petit, a leading French physicist, and one was attended by Dr Andrew Lobaczewski (Psychologist). In addition to the educational/academic focus of these conferences, participants were able to further refine their critical thinking, networking, cooperation and communication skills as well as further personal development.
On 2006 QFG published hardcopies of the academic papers listed above; the work of Dr A Lobaczewski under the title, "Political Ponerology"; a new edition of "Fulcanelli"; A 2nd edition of "911 The Ultimate Truth" and a revised edition of "Secret History of the World".
Assisted the establishment of a new faculty at the University Paul Sabatier, Toulouse. Two papers were published in the area of Quantum Theory. (1) "Quantum Fractals on n-spheres," A. Jadczyk, (Advances in Applied Clifford Algebra, vol 17 (2007), p. 201-240). (2) "Comments on "Spin Connection Resonance in Gravitational General Relativity'''', Gerhard W. Bruhn, Friedrich W. Hehl, Arkadiusz Jadczyk, Acta Physica Polonica B, 39 no 1 (2008), pp. 51-58
Conferences, workshops and training
held four conferences, 5 workshops and hosted a number of visiting researchers and academics. Guests and speakers came from the US, UK, Brasil, these events, participants were able to further develop and refine their critical thinking, networking cooperation and communication skills as well as further personal development.
Hardcopies of the papers listed in (a) above; publication of 2500 Strand, Beyond the Veil, Wave 5 and Wave 6. Revised editions of Political Ponerology, Wave 1 and Wave 2 A Spanish language editions of Wave 1 was published plus prepartion were made for further editions of English language titles in French and Spanish. All these publications, addressing the fundamental issues and experiences of humankind, are core to the wide dissemination of information contributing to the better understanding of humankind and the planet.
QFG was forced to defend its Constitutional 1st Amendment Rights in a litigation brought against it for opinions expressed by members of the public in the public forum of the group's independent news and information website www.sott.net. This baseless, unnecessary and ultimately wholly unsuccessful accusation required the allocation of considerable resources that would otherwise have been applied elsewhere. However, the defense of 1st Amendment Rights accorded under the Constitution of the United States and the prevention of their erosion through the Courts contributes substantially to the understanding of human society and the maintenance of individual rights and therefore accords with the group's exempt purpose.
Two papers in the area of Quantum Theory were published - (1) Comments on "Spin Connection Resonance in Gravitational General Relativity'', Gerhard W. Bruhn, Friedrich W. Hehl, Arkadiusz Jadczyk, Acta Physica Polonica B, 39 no 1 (2008), pp. 51-58 (2) "Quantum Fractals. Geometric modeling of quantum jumps with conformal maps'', A. Jadczyk, Advances in Applied Clifford Algebra, vol 18 (2008), p. 737-754
A small grant ($950) was also provided to support the researcher and historian Richard Dolan in his work.
Web-based publications - Traffic to the QFG and related websites was robust with approximately 1.5 million unique visitors, 157 editorial and 25,000 articles published. The editorial team grew by 44% while registered users and forum membership increased by 1,393.
Various publications including 2nd Edition of High Strangeness and Wave 6 in English.
Conferences, Workshops and Training
The group continued its hosting of visiting researchers and academics from around the world with 35 visitors from the US, Canada, UK and EU. The group also continued its commitment to training its directors and all volunteer staff, enabling them to gain as broad an experience base as possible, including the provision of specialist legal training. A number of research trips were also made by directors and staff.
QFG continued to make progress in all areas of research and public service publishing in 2009, including:
Published paper "The theory of Kairons", Advances in Applied Clifford Algebras, Vol 19 (2009) p. 63-82
Several seminars were given at the CAIROS Center of the Institute of Mathematics, University of Toulouse III on the following subjects: "The measurement paradox of Roger Penrose", "Discussion around the ideas of Roger Penrose", "Villarceau Circles", Villarceau Circles - Application in Physics"
Arkadiusz Jadczyk received an honorary title of "Distinguished Referee" for his work as a scientific referee of the European Physics letters.
An online papaer was published in collaboration with Gerhard W. Bruhn (University of Dramstadt, Germany) and Waldyr A. Rodrigues Jr., (Universidade Esatadual de Campinas, Brazil) entitled "On Bianchi's Identities in ECE Theory".
Research was conducted on a long, new paper entitled: "On Conformal Infinity and Compactification of the Minkowski Space". The paper was sent for publication in 2010.
Conferences, Workshops and Training
In 2009, QFG also organised conferences, workshops and training for visiting researchers and academics and trained new volunteer staff including specialist training for 30 people from the USA, Canada, Germany, the UK, Israel and Italy.
QFG continued in 2009 to fund the research and writing required to publish 21,687 online articles and over 100 editorials on Sott.net and several new editions of print publications for QFGpublishing.com. The overhaul of the old Cassiopaea website began in 2009 and many articles were reformatted, edited and republished on the new platform. All QFG sponsored sites saw substantially increased web traffic and reader/researcher participation with QFG's research forum seeing a 5% increase in membership.
Throughout 2010 QFG supported scientific research in the following areas:
The paper "Continuous Caylet Transform" was written and published on line at http://arkadiusz-jadczyk.org/papers/cayley-2010-02-06.pdf
The first version (over 80 pages) of "On Conformal Infiinity and Compactifications of the Minkowski Space" was submitted to the journal 'Advances in Applied Clifford Algebras" on August 31st 2010. A revised version was submitted on Nov. 30th 2010. The paper subsequently appeared in 'Advances in Applied Clifford Algebras' DOI: 10.1007/s00006-011-0285-5, 2011. See: http://www.springerlink.com/content/98k9401872114362/
Six months were required for work on "Some comments on projective quadrics subordinate to pseudo Hermitian spaces. The paper was submitted to 'Advances in Applied Clifford Algebras Nov. 30th 2010 and subsequently appeared in that journal: DOI 10.1007/s00006-011-289-1, 2011. See: http://www.springerlink.com/content/e521912v9p553q79/
Seminars given at the University Paul Sabatier, Toulouse:
Seminar "Space-time, gravity, conformal group and the coherent quantum states" -February 5th 2010.
Seminar "Sauts quantiques conformes" - May 21st 2010
Seminar "La Fibration de Clifford" - September 17th 2010
Seminar "Equations de Maxwell et algebres de Clifford" - OCtober 7th 2010
Coordination of the International Center CAIROS (deputy coordinator) http://www.icca7.ups-tlse.fr/cairos.htm
Active participation (several thousand posts) in scientific discussion on Physics Forums. See:
QFG also renewed its grant allocation to Dr. Gabriela Segura for her continued specialist medical research and training and for the maintenance of her alternative medical blog at http://www.health-matrix.net
Conferences, Workshops and Training
Again in 2010, QFG hosted a conference for 100 individuals, researchers and academics with the aim of expanding knowledge in QFG's specified fields of research as well as networking and sharing ideas on the pressing problems facing humanity.
Work on formatting, editing and transferring the large body of material from the old Cassiopaea web site format to the new platform continued in 2010. Sott.net readership and reader participation continued to grow in 2010 with 22,584 articles and 150 editorials published. Sott.net readership stats increased to over 2 million hits per day.
2010 also saw the debut of Sott.net's "The Sott Report", a short video news-cast on the most important current events.
Throughout 2011 QFG sponsored scientific research in the following areas:
The paper "START in a five dimensional conformal domain", A. Jadczyk, was published in Nov 2011. See: http://arxiv.org/abs/1111.5540. Paper to appear in the special volume of AACA in memory of Prof. Jaime Keller
The paper "Geometry and Shape of Minkowski's Space Conformal Infinity", A. Jadczyk, was published in July 2011. See: http://arxiv.org/abs/1107.0933. Paper to appear in Reports on Mathematical Physics, 2011
The paper "Gravitation on a Homogeneous Domain", A. Jadczyk, was published in May 2011. See http://arxiv.org/abs/1105.3814, (paper accepted for ICCA9 Conference, Weimar, Germany, July 15-20, 2011)
The paper "Compactified Minkowski Space: Myths and Facts", A. Jadczyk, was published in May 2011. See: http://arxiv.org/abs/1105.3948, (paper accepted for ICCA9 Conference, Weimar, Germany, July 15-20, 2011)
The paper "Some comments on projective quadrics subordinate to pseudo-Hermitian spaces, A. Jadczyk, was published in the journal 'Advances in Applied Clifford Algebras', DOI: 10.1007/s00006-011-0289-1, 2011
On Conformal Infinity and Compactifications of the Minkowski Space, A. Jadczyk, was published in August 2011. See: http://arxiv.org/abs/1008.4703, and subsequently appeared in the journal 'Advances in Applied Clifford Algebras', DOI: 10.1007/s00006-011-0285-5, 2011
QFG continued to sponsor the activities of Sott.net and Cassiopaea.org in 2011, both of which saw continued growth in terms of content and readership. The migration of Cassiopaea.org to its new platform continued and Laura Knight-Jadczyk's book "Amazing Grace" being made available online for the first time. Sott.net Sott Video Reports also continued throughout 2011 and expanded into other video productions.
In 2011 Sott.net published 28,786 articles and 195 editorials and the Cassiopaea.org forum saw a 10% growth in membership.
In 2011 QFG and its affiliated research projects were the victim of defamatory accusations to the French police by a member of the French public. The unfounded accusations led to a protracted 9-month police investigation of QFG, its affiliated projects and organisations, and the interrogation of several QFG volunteer researchers. By December 2011, the police investigation of QFG was closed when it was determined that the allegations were baseless.
2012 to follow
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Quantum Future Group is looking forward to growing achievements and a Quantum Leap for the upcoming year. We have grown and evolved in response to the concerns of our time, and we value the fact that we experience the same support and the same attacks as the individuals we serve. We learn how to help others from managing our organization, and we learn from how we help other groups and individuals how best to manage our organization.
It has been said that organizations make use of people to get work done. Actually, people with vision make use of nonprofit organizations as their vehicles for social change. We are proud of our members and partners, and we look confidently and determinedly towards a shared, Quantum Future.
Arkadiusz Jadczyk, President
Laura Knight-Jadczyk, Vice President
Anne Feldhacker , Chief Financial Officer