The Divine Code: Geniuses of the Code

Albert Einstein

The Divine Code of Da Vinci, Fibonacci, Einstein & You: The Secret Success Code of the Universe, by Matthew Cross & Robert Friedman, M.D., Stamford, Conn.: Hoshin Media, 2009 (Review, Part II) See Part I of Review This is the first time that I am reviewing a book over more than a single post. The… Continue reading The Divine Code: Geniuses of the Code

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The Divine Code

The Divine Code of Da Vinci, Fibonacci, Einstein & You: The Secret Success Code of the Universe, by Matthew Cross & Robert Friedman, M.D., Stamford, Conn.: Hoshin Media, 2009 A book that I highly recommend for all intelligent people on the globe, a super-rich fabric of creative possibilities, a plethora of uncanny ideas, an incredible… Continue reading The Divine Code

Learning from Leonardo

  Decoding the Notebooks of a Genius, San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler, 2013 Learning from Leonardo is a fascinating read and unveils much of Leonardo’s unique personality, and especially the nature of his scientific and human genius. It seems conceptually be the second volume of Capra’s earlier book on Leonard’s science. I have a feel that these two… Continue reading Learning from Leonardo

The Science of Leonardo

  Inside the Mind of the Great Genius of the Renaissance, New York: Anchor Books, 2008, First published with Doubleday, 2007 Fritjof Capra notes in his elucidating study on Leonardo, The Science of Leonardo (2007/2008), that the great polymath of the Renaissance was contrary to common belief not a mechanistic thinker, as were later, for example, Francis… Continue reading The Science of Leonardo