Cosmologist, inventor of the helicopter and author of the metaparadigm, “The Theory of Process.”
“The self in a toroidal Universe can be both separate and connected with everything else.”
- Arthur Young
Arthur M. Young (1905-1995) was a mathematician, cosmologist, and inventor of the Bell helicopter. The helicopter employs two rotations at right angles to each other, which is the essence of the torus. Young also developed a startlingly accurate metaparadigm or cosmology of how the whole universe – from subatomic particles to human consciousness – works according to an octave process of evolution.