Robert Searle

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About me

Introduction Robert Searle was educated in Windsor at the Royal Free, the Tutorials, and East Berkshire College. He is the originator of two major "work in progress" Paradigms known as Transfinancial Economics (TFE), and Multi-Dimensional Science (MDS).The former believes that new unearned money could be electronically created without serious inflation notably for key environmental, and socially ethical projects. The economy itself could also be monitored in Real-Time (ideally). Multi-Dimensional Science though presents an unique "scientific" Methodology by which claimed psychic, and spiritual "phenomena"could possibly be "proved". This could have huge implications for physics, biology, psychology, psychiatry, et al. Apart from the above, Searle has proposed the development of the Universal Debating Project. As well as this, he is the creator of two important blogs on David Munrow (1942-1976), and on Contemporary Early Music.Furthermore, he has a very large audio-visual collection of Medieval, and Renaissance Music (manually created as Searle8), and has an "unusual" musical project involving improvisation which could also open up a "new" approach to music.
Interests General Art, and Culture, Mysticism, History, Archaeology, Psychical Research, Horticulture, Science, and Smart Technologies, Future Studies, Mathematics, Economics, Sketching (especially "Instant" Portraits), Indian Cuisine, Vegetarianism, Venetian Masks, and Costume, Antiques, Tuscany, Radio 4, and the BBC World Service, Book Collecting, et cetera...
Favorite Movies High quality Art Films (and Surrealist Films) such as Prosperos Books (based on The Tempest, and my favourite film of all time. It was also directed by Peter Greenaway along with the two following films), The Baby of Macon, The Draughtsmans Contract, The Bicycle Thieves, The Carnival of Souls, Naked Lunch, The Postman, The Reine Margot, Les Misreables, The Immortal Beloved, Downfall, The Lady and the Duke, Frida, Tous Les Martins du Monde, The Curse of the Golden Flower, Bellevue rendez vous, Lincoln, Moulin Rouge, The Phantom of the Opera, Devdas, The Piano, Four Weddings, and a Funeral, Amelie, The Russian Ark, Princess Carraboo....................
Favorite Music Early Music, (eg. Purcell, Praetorius, Susato, Dufay, Machaut), Classical Music (eg. Wagner, Chopin, Beethoven, Holst), Film Music (eg.John Barry, Michael Nyman, Hans Zimmer), Electronic Music (eg. Mike Oldfield, Vangelis, Jean Michel Jarre), Popular Music (eg. Abba, the Beatles, the Doors, Kate Bush, John Lennon, Enya), World Music (eg. Traditional Arabic Music) ...................
Favorite Books The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, 12 Books that changed the World (Melvyn Bragg)Alice in Wonderland, Alice through the Looking Glass (Lewis Carroll), Canterbury Tales (Chaucer), Views of Windsor, Watercolours by Thomas and Paul Sandby (Jane Roberts), Instruments of the Middles Ages, and the Renaissance (David Munrow), Shakespeare the Complete Works, the Sherlock Holmes series (Conan Doyle), Larousse Encyclopaedia of History (two volumes), Larousse Encyclopaedia of Archaeology, History of the English Church and People (Bede), Churchills History of the English Speaking Peoples ( 4 volumes), The Prince (Machiavelli), The Unknown Power (Guy Lyon Playfair), The Science Delusion (Rupert Sheldrake), The Strangers (Matthew Manning), Play of Conciousness (Swami Muktananda), The Holographic Universe (Michael Talbot), The Guru Granth Sahib (English Translation / 4 Volumes), The Tao of Physics (Capra), Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions (Edwin Abbot).................