Abstract: Origin of the universes. The cosmoses… is it all chaos and utter freedom? Or is it done with an unimaginably divine purpose? Is the ultimate apocalypse implied in the first bite which Eve took from the apple (computers) and gave to Adam. Is mortality the final doom? Or are infinite immortal paths opened every nano-moment? A brief comparative study of Eastern and Western modes of philosophizing. Descriptions of the universe, and the universe itself. Number, measure and the apocalyptic revelation. Myth, history, reality ~ The mind(s)-matter(s) problem revisited fine-ally for absolute resolution. Where is all this leading to? The domain of ancient prophecies and their final resolution. Linearity, circularity of time in infinite cosmic cycles. Rewriting all the pasts in infinite ways from every node and beyond it all (Sudharshana Chakra, Mahakaalachakra). Raagam-s, mownam-s ~ the infinite possibilities of infinite music. The hidden significances of each and all ~ the good, the bad, the evil and beyond ~ Infinite distinct cosmoses of infinite distinct beings. The laboratory of Babel. A brief survey of physical sciences in the West, from Aristotle, to modern chaotic cosmological catastrophes. Survey of biological natural sciences.
About the Speaker: Narayanan Raghunathan (b. 28th June 1953) son of late Sri Raghunatha Iyer and Smt. Rajalakshmi Raghunathan. National Science Talent scholar. Abandoned all scientific interests having invented in personal imagination the Infinite Laboratory of Babel during early high-school days. BSc Physics University College Thiruvananthapuram 1970-73. IIT Kharagpur Electrical Engineering, joined and didn't go. IIT Mumbai MSc Mathematics 1973-74. Left the institute unceremoniously one day after encountering the end of mathematics. MA Philosophy University College 1974-76. Worked as Cabin Crew in Air India 1977-80. Always was asking the eternal, recurring question "Why?". Meta polylingual. Wrote three books of aphorisms, now published on Amazon, collection of short stories and several collections of poetry, 3 volumes of mathematics "Infinite Cosmoses of Infinite Algorithms of Infinite Transcendental Numbers", one collection of papers on elementary number theory, website with own writings, paintings, photography, recordings of original music and mantrams and elucidations: www.auminfinitecosmoses.com