Part 5 of 5. Read Part 1… Read previous part, 4… by Paul Hartal. Chapter 5: A Magical Land of Infinite Worlds A gentle soul and highly poetic mathematician, Georg Cantor (1845-1918), upset thoroughly the applecart of arithmetic with his Set Theory of Infinity....

Part 4 of 5. Read the previous part… by Paul Hartal. Chapter 4: Unverifiable Theories Although Einstein had made major contributions to the development of quantum theory, in his eyes the new branch of physics was incomplete. He could not accept the idea that on the...

Part 3 of 5. Read the previous part… by Paul Hartal. Chapter 3: A Leap of Imagination Einstein’s theories rely on innovative mathematical models of space. For more than two millennia the magnificent geometrical axioms of Euclid of Alexandria were regarded as...

Part 2 of 5. Read the previous part… by Paul Hartal. Chapter 2: Zero is something The mysterious irrationality of the nullity: zero equaling plenty– arising from the bewildering mathematical complex of the concise and elegantly wrapped Euler Identity—had...

by Paul Hartal. Introduction Mathematics is a model of exact reasoning, the most precise branch of human knowledge. Using logic as its main instrument, mathematics probes the numerical and spatial relations of axiomatic systems by means of strict rules and careful...

By Paul Hartal. (לגרסה העברית Hebrew version) I began to experiment with Kabala inspired paintings in the 1990s. To my utter astonishment these experiments led to a totally unexpected and most exciting discovery of a transcendent communication. In the Hebrew alphabet...