|born on||15 September 1901 at 00:15 (= 12:15 AM )|
|Place||Viterbo, Italy, 42n25, 12e06|
|Timezone||MET h1e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||21°25' 14°55 Asc. 15°08'|
Italian mathematician, known for work in mathematical analysis and for creating the theory of analytic functionals: he was a student and follower of Vito Volterra. Later in life he proposed scientific theories of sweeping scope.
He studied at the University of Pisa, graduating in mathematics in 1922. After time spent abroad, he was offered a chair by the University of Florence in 1926, and a year later by the University of Palermo. He spent the years 1934 to 1939 in the University of São Paulo, Brazil. In 1939 he was offered a chair at the University of Rome.
In 1941 he discovered that negative energy has qualities that are associated with those of life: The cause of processes driven by negative energy lies in the future, just as living beings work for a better day tomorrow. A process that is driven by negative energy will increase order with time, such as all forms of life tend to do. This was a very controversial view at the time and not at all accepted by his colleagues. His findings indicate that negative energy is associated with life in the same way as consciousness is. Consciousness could be a process based on negative energy. In 1942 he put forth a unified theory of physics and biology, and the syntropy concept. In 1952 he started work on a unified physical theory called projective relativity, for which, he asserted, special relativity was a limiting case. Giuseppe Arcidiacono worked with him on this theory.
He died on 28 July 1956, aged 55, in Viterbo.
Grazia Bordoni's Science database quotes Gauquelin.
- Vocation : Science : Mathematics/ Statistics