There are known knowns, things we know that we know; and there are known unknowns, things that we know we don’t know.
But there are also unknown unknowns, things we do not know we don’t know.
― Donald Rumsfeld, Known and Unknown
Convergetics is a unique multidisciplinary science that brings together a wide range of natural sciences to discover what we do not know we don’t know about reality and the universe at various scales. This overarching science incorporates mathematics, physics, cosmology, astrophysics, and earth sciences ― including geology, geophysics, climatology and seismology ― to explore the principles that govern the natural world. Convergetics not only serves as a unifying discipline, but actively combines the individual knowledge bases of these analytical fields and brings their findings together to present a holistic perspective of reality.
The first significant scientific contribution of Convergetics is to explain the physical nature of imaginary numbers and quantum spaces.
The term “convergetics” is derived from “convergent science” and is said to rhyme with “mathematics” and “physics”
The Convergetics Research Center is a private research institution with the goal of becoming an interdisciplinary community of researchers. This community of researchers shares a relentless passion for unraveling the mysteries of reality and its underlying laws of nature.
The Center was founded in 2002 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and is led by Gene Alexandrescu, who holds a Master’s degree in Electronic Engineering. Gene has dedicated most of his professional career to research and development in engineering. As a financially independent scientist, he conducts his research without direct involvement of public institutions such as educational institutions or government research agencies.
GET INVOLVED!Convergetics Research Center welcomes participation of scientists, lay people, and philanthropists.