Convergetics is the overarching science that converges natural sciences to gain more knowledge. The branches of science that Convergetics explores to discover the rules that govern the natural world are: physics, cosmology, astronomy, astrophysics and Earth sciences (geology, geophysics, meteorology, geomorphology, climatology and seismology). “Convergetics” comes from “convergent science” and rhymes with “mathematics” and “physics.”
Back in 2001, when 191 states were about to sign the Kyoto protocol, Alexandrescu has predicted that the globe had entered a cooling phase/temperature plateau since 2000, and that it may last until 2030. The 2013 sexagesimal hypothesis and prediction provide a solid supporting evidence that global climate change is natural and cyclic, and reconfirm the initial 2001 prediction.
Convergetics Research Center is a privately held research company aiming to become an interdisciplinary community of researchers driven by an open-minded passion to discover reality and its natural rules.
The Center was founded in 2002 by Eugeniu Alexandrescu, a convergetician who holds a Master’s degree in electronics engineering. He has spent most of his professional career as an R&D engineer.
Convergetics Research Center welcomes the participation of scientists, laypeople, and philanthropists.