Aside from being an independent thinker who applies radical new ways on solving the mysteries of our existence and who loves to challenge the status quo, Joey Lawsin describes himself as a percentist; an empirical 100%-truist who follows the scientific method but strictly abandons the concept of "exceptions to the rules". His passion circles on unraveling the origins of everything including creation itself by investigating an unsuspecting subject - the root of all information. His main research aims to discover the ultimate solution underlying how abstract ideas are transformed to physical realities.
Focusing on the hows and whys, he has made important discoveries on why things are dualpaired, how pieces of information are inlearned, why things have boundaries or shapes, why biological life is a mechanical process, why our existence is an illusion, how everything programs itself, why earth and the universe are living organisms, how vitalic materials and systemic instructions gave birth to the universe, why energy is the language of nature, and how every single idea known to man originated from nature.
From a very early age, he was inspired by his father's geometrical book that led him formulating the Pythagorean theorem using a new approach, discovering the isomorphic dimensional space figures, and becoming eventually as an investigative originemologist. He was formally trained as a civil and aeronautical engineer. He taught both college and high school level science, computer and mathematics, co-authored textbooks in physics and technical trades, and self-published books in a wide range of topics on philosophy, religion and sciences. He earned a masters degree and was about on his way pursuing a PhD in astrophysics when his status forced him to migrate to the United States.
Joey Lawsin is the author of several books including two previous paperbacks, Creation by Laws (Wasteland, 2008) and Evolution of Creation (Wasteland, 2010); and third edition academic textbook in Physics (Education, 1991, 1993, 1996).
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Evolution of CreationWasteland PressISBN: 978-1-60047-393-7 Paperback (5.5x8.5): 196 pgs.
Creation by LawsWasteland PressISBN: 978-1-60047-217-6 Paperback (5.5x8.5): 116 pgs.
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