Welcome from Jim H. Adams on
Community, Eco, Science research and Music
The author Jim H. Adams invites students of mathematics to the Auditorium
of the Brighthelm Church and Community Centre, North Road, Brighton on
Monday 19th March 2018, between 7.30 - 9.30 pm, for an informal discussion
and signing of free copies of an extract of the book Number, Space and Logic.
The previous venue that day at the Meeting House of the University of Sussex
has been prevented by the department of Mathematics and Physical Sciences.
Philip Harris, Head of School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences writes:
When we last spoke, I told you that I had no objection to your coming into MPS
if you wanted, for example, to listen to a maths lecture; but I made it clear that
you were under no circumstances to talk to or interfere with our students in any
way. It has come to my attention that this morning you violated these terms in a
It is with very great regret therefore that I must ask you not to visit MPS or its Security are being informed, and I have passed on your details.
vicinity again. This is private land, and your presence here in future will be
regarded as trespass.
I replied: Thank you for your email. I will comply with your request.
Table of Contents
- Apollo-Gaia Project
- Azimuth Project
- Eco, Energy and Climate Catastrophe
- Raoof Mirzaei on Science
- Politics and Human Rights
- Recycling and Waste
eBook 2014 The climate and energy emergencies print
eBook 2018 Shining light on solar panels (unfinished)
eBook 2017 Superexponential algebra I, II & III
eBook 2018 Number, space and logic I, II & III (unfinished)
eBook 2018 Investigations into universal physics (unfinished)
We refute some reasoning by G. Cantor, E. Cartan, E. Galois, K. Godel and J. von Neumann.