Sound Is Shape is Color is Light

Water Sound Images / Cymatics are the result of a water surface that is photographed while it is vibrating with a certain frequency. Every frequency has its own image. Change frequency and the image will change. The same as with our thoughts: change your thoughts and the image (world) around you will change…   By:…Read More


making the investments needed to end poverty Africa’s impressive growth record over the past decade has replaced previous headlines of a “hopeless” continent to ones of a “rising” Africa. The continent has been home to some of the fastest growing economies in the world and the quality of growth has also improved with more diversification…Read More

How Well Do You See Color?

You might be able to see more colors than most people (but probably not). Your eye probably has three cones, which are structures that allow the eye to collect information about color and transmit it to the brain. If you’re colorblind, you’ve only got two cones, and as a result, you see fewer differences between certain…Read More

African Adinkras and String Theory

The word “adinkra” is of West African etymology, and it originally referred to visual symbols created by the Akan people of Ghana and the Gyamen of Côte d’Ivoire to represent concepts or aphorisms. However, the mathematical adinkras we study are really only linked to those African symbols by name. Even so, it must be acknowledged…Read More