While this post is a bit long, I hope you will take the time to read it through to the end.
How grateful I am for those who regularly follow the Dia.BLOG.ue, especially those of you who make it a point to share what you find meaningful. After investing 28-years in theoretical science, the publication of the dynamic knowledge known as the Mereon Matrix [Elsevier 2013], made the scientific logic of this unified template available to all. Complex yes, but available.
On January 15, 2015, it became clear to me that the rest of my lifetime is about making this knowledge known through simple experiences. Why? Because in my experience this is the shortest route to understanding, the source of wisdom, a sadly missing element in the world today.
In recent months two significant applied science projects have been funded to do exactly this; one is well underway and will be announced this autumn; and the 2nd will follow in the Spring of 2016. Leading two different teams of amazing and competent individuals, both spread across 9-time zones, is a gift and a challenge. Yesterday, my commitment to sustain a healthy, balancing life led to the realisation that it was time to surrender something. Determining the ‘what’ was simple; it had to be time actually present on Facebook. To my real friends: you know how to contact me directly, and have my full attention as ever. To my FB ‘friends’, I hope you will stay connected or better yet, subscribe to the RSS feed at www.mereon.org, where we now have several thousand subscribers. The numbers grow daily, and it is this that has fuelled my commitment to post daily. The website is soon to be transformed, into an experience, so please follow as the changes will be announced via the blog! And if you find this work meaningful, please pass it on.
I will keep my promise to write every day, but those who write know that writing is rewriting, so the posts will no longer be daily. The Dia.BLOG.ue will auto-post to social media, but at this time, my commitments prohibit me from responsibly responding on social media, although those who dig and connect via email, will be responded to. And with more than 300 posts on the Dia.BLOG.ue, there is certainly enough reading material should you want to explore through time :)