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An expanded Physics from the attributes of God to understand the emergence of the space-time and the creative evolution of the Universe.

The Aleph-Tav Project (AT Project) is an interdisciplinary research activity that integrates concepts and theories of the Physics and Jewish Kabbalah to develop scientific models of the interaction between God and the Universe. 

The ultimate goal of the Aleph-Tav Project is to develop a scientific theory about the Universe based explicitly on the attributes of God (Sefirot) as their foundation. We are creating a new physics interpreting and expanding the scope of modern physical theories in terms of God's actions in His own mind. This theory will allow us to increase our comprehension about the reality and improve our predictive capabilities about natural phenomena.

To achieve the AT Project’s goal, we firstly built a model of the mind of God interpreting the Kabbalah's principles and concepts in terms of creation and processing of structures of information. From this God’s mind model, we are developing models of God's creative processes that produce universes which include, as particular cases, the modern physical cosmological models (e. g., the inflationary universe and cyclic universe).

The AT Project develops a unified view of fundamental concepts of the Physics based on the HaMakon Paradigm and the Sefirotic Tree of Life of Jewish Kabbalah.

 

View the Conceptual Structure of the Aleph-Tav Project.

The core research areas of the Aleph-Tav Project:

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We understand the space-time as a kind of semiotic network floating in the God's mind, modeled as a

software environment which creates and process structures of information.

Know more about Space-Time.

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We model physical fields as kinds of software environments embed in a space-time where information processing creates particles as electrons and quarks and force carriers as gluons and photons.

Know more about Physical Fields.

Know about the   HaMakon Paradigm   and the   Sefirotic Tree of Life

Aleph-Tav Project