Scientific background

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1896 Sigmund Freud first publishes his report on the concept of psychoanalysis. He works intensively investigating the human psyche.siegmund freud
1896 Antoine-Henri Becquerel accidentally discovers radioactivity, and calls his discovery “uranium radiation”. One year later, Marie Curie, as a doctoral candidate, starts to experiment with uranium radiation together with Becquerel. She discovers more radioactive substances. Radioactive decay is not predictable; it does not follow a causal process, but rather an acausal process. Completely new explanatory models have to be developed from this date forward
1900 Max Planck presents the Planck formula and lays the foundation for modern quantum physics with the quantum hypothesis. The work of the then unknown Albert Einstein inspires him.
1900 – 1945 Revolutionary discoveries in Quantum physics postulate a new paradigm that represents the current basis of science: Reality is, at its deepest level, not matter, but information.
from 1905 Albert Einstein expands the Planck model. He explains the photoelectric effect and later receives the Nobel Prize - the birth of quantum physics. Physics has to reject the fixed principle of causality. Einstein and many other recognized physicists work during this time on a mathematical rule that brings together the 4 fundamental forces of physics. A “World formula” cannot be developed.
1906 – 1923 Freud and his colleague, C. G. Jung get to know each other. An intensive professional exchange follows in the next years. Sigmund Freud establishes the distinction between “consciousness“, and the larger and more influential “unconscious“. He develops a structural model of the psyche of people. C.G. Jung develops his model of the “collective unconscious“ and the theory of archetypes, and thereby opens psychology for new, metaphysical aspects. c g jung
1912 Alexander Gurwitsch publishes his theory of the morphic field in 1912, and discovers photoemission in onion cells in 1923. Experiments by the biophysicist Professor Fritz A. Popp later shows these emissions in humans as well, and consequently establishes his own version of biophotonics.
1924 – 1931 Werner Heisenberg establishes the theory of quantum mechanics, and thus provides a pivotal impetus for future nuclear physics. The “Storm and Stress“ period of quantum physics. Niels Bohr, Werner Heisenberg, Wolfgang Pauli, Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker and many other famous physicists are in permanent scientific exchange.
1925 Nobel prize winner Wolfgang Pauli introduces a fourth quantum number to describe the electrons in an atom, and thus explains the stability of elements.
1930 Wolfgang Pauli formulates the neutrino hypothesis in 1930, a model that explains radioactive decay by the introduction of new elementary particles.
1931Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker works on the philosophical aspects of the quantum theory. carl friedrich weizsaecker
1932 Wolfgang Pauli and C.G. Jung meet for the first time. The start of a close friendship and a mutual exchange over the next decades. Together they develop the principle of synchronicity. This means that simultaneous or approximately close events which are not causally related, but act as if they were, are connected solely by the meaning. Jung succeeds in the following years to empirically prove that there is not only a subjective unconscious, but also an objective collective unconscious, which connects all of humanity.
1938 Otto Hahn discovers nuclear fission. The peaceful use of nuclear energy is initially the focus.
1943 Niels Bohr and Erwin Schrödinger, co-founders of quantum physics and Nobel Prize winners, postulate that quantum processes constitute the interface between matter and consciousness.
1945 End of the war in Europe in 1945. The dropping of the atomic bombs in Hiroshima and Nagasaki mark a break in the history of mankind. The event ultimately became possible only through quantum physics. At the same time this also marks a turning point for science and research in this area.
1952 Wolfgang Pauli and C.G. Jung jointly publish the book „Naturerklärung und Psyche” [The Interpretation of Nature and the Psyche], in which they solidify the synchronicity principle.
1961 Professor G. Jahn founds the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Lab (PEAR) at Princeton University. He researches outside the established scientific field, and for decades he works on the mental controllability of physical random and noise processes. Professor G. Jahn
1969 The physicist Burkhard Heim (student of Werner Heisenberg, Max Planck Institute) develops the first unified field theory, based on the previous work of Einstein, thus defining the physical information field. In its final formulation, Burkhard Heim’s model consists of 12 dimensions and therein explains the universe. The model distinguishes between a physical reality and a consciousness-reality. 12 Dimensionen Heim Burkhart
1981 The English biologist Rupert Sheldrake postulates the existence of morphogenetic fields. His thesis: These fields influence the shaping of nature, and the laws of nature itself.
1984 The 18 year old Marcus Schmieke begins his studies of physics and philosophy in Hannover and continues in Heidelberg. Here his interest and research on the interaction of mind and matter already begins.
1989 Marcus Schmieke begins a 4-year stay in various Indian monasteries. There he studies Vedic philosophy and astrology, among other things. The synthesis of science and philosophy is his personal guiding force.
1994 Scientific work on the synthesis of science and philosophy. Marcus Schmieke continues the research work of large and recognised scientist from pre 1945. Overcoming the separation between physics and psychology, and especially between mind and matter, stands also in the focus of his work.
1995 Naturwissenschaft Bewusstsein“Naturwissenschaft und Bewusstsein: Das letzte Geheimnis“ [Science and Consciousness: The Last Secret].. Schmieke’s first major bridge between physics and philosophy.
1997 Das Lebensfeld“Das Lebensfeld” [The Life Field].Schmieke’s second book about the interaction of consciousness and matter in the “living field“.
1998 Marcus Schmieke meets Burkhard Heim. An intense exchange ensues. The 12-dimensional model of Burkhard Heim forms the scientific basis of information field analysis for Marcus Schmieke, and is also the theoretical foundation of the development of TimeWaver systems.
2002–2007 The combination of Professor Robert G. Jahn’s and Nikolai Kozyrev’s research eventually led to a breakthrough. Time gets a key role in the communication between matter and the information field. With the integration of 2 Kozyrev mirrors, TimeWaver technology is applicable. The radioactive decay occurring during acausal physical effects play a major role in the TimeWaver systems. As a consequence TimeWaver hardware and software are available, which can connect people with the information field.
2007 Establishment of the TimeWaver company in Berlin. Production and development of the first TimeWaver systems in Germany. Introduction of the first TimeWaver systems (TimeWaver Med) in the field of complementary medicine. Direct sustainable success inspire further research and product development. timewaver med
2009 Founding of IACR (Institute for Applied Consciousness Research) in Berlin. Here research on the interaction between matter and consciousness is carried out. In 2012 the “Single Electron Mind Switch experiment” starts. timewaver home
2010 Relocation of the TimeWaver company to Castle Kränzlin. Development of TimeWaver Cardio Systems for HRV analysis.
2011 TimeWaver successfully develops other systems for the business sector and private use. The systems are sold internationally, and the users are professionally trained worldwide. The homeopath and alternative medicine doctor, Nuno Nina, encounters the TimeWaver development team. The TimeWaver Frequency system is developed together. The next milestone is created: Information field controlled frequency therapy.
2012 120 collaborators and staff worldwide, and a community of more than 3,000 TimeWaver users. Expansion of production capacities in Germany.
2013 Development of the TimeWaver Home which enables the use of TimeWaver technology for the family and home. timewaver home
2014 TimeWaver BIZ Information field technology finds professional applications in the business sector. Development of the first smartphone compatible therapeutic Wearable with access to a virtual clinic begins.
TimeWaver Sport. In the same year development of a TimeWaver system for the sport and fitness sector begins.
Launch of the ReguScope based on the research of Prof. Dr. Fritz Albert Popp. complements the TimeWaver technology. Fritz Albert Popp timewaver reguscope
2015 The TimeWaver LevelWave module, after years of development, is nearing completion with an extension of up to 65 billion units of information. At the same time, the Realtime-Waver is released, which can accompany processes in real time.
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History: TimeWaver

At the end of the 19th century, there was a unique dynamic between the best scientists of the time in the fields of physics, psychology, and biology. Many future Nobel Prize winners conducted research in the field of quantum physics and the human psyche. Of no small importance were the groundbreaking new insights made in quantum physics during this time.

Thus, for example, the Nobel Prize winners Niels Bohr and Erwin Schrödinger were convinced early on that quantum processes constitute the interface between matter and consciousness. Due to this, findings and theories from the past centuries were revised, and a new paradigm postulated, which is the basis of science today: Reality is, at its deepest level, not matter, but information. Thus, the annulment of the division between matter and the psyche was inaugurated.

After World War II and the dropping of the atomic bomb, which can be regarded as a direct result of quantum physics, scientific interest in the metaphysical implications of quantum physics and in the philosophical discussion of the unity between matter and psyche, ended. The enormous intellectual and scientific development in this area from the previous four decades was thus abruptly terminated.

In the following decades, the established scientific community focused primarily on technology development and economic aspects. For this reason quantum physics and quantum philosophy, or consciousness research, have become niche areas in science since 1945. Nevertheless, committed scientists have been continuing the partially groundbreaking discoveries for humanity. The interaction between mind and matter was the focus of much of this research, also for Marcus Schmieke, who is active in this field since the 1980s.

His meeting with the physicist Burkhard Heim, and learning of his 12-dimensional world model, gave the deciding impetus to start the development of Information Field technology. In 2007, with the consolidated research and findings from various fields of study and after many years of personal research, Marcus Schmieke succeeded in developing a system that makes information field technology practically applicable, and communication with the information field possible.

This was the birth of TimeWaver, and an entrance into a new era. The long forgotten knowledge of the interaction between matter and the psyche is now put into practical use by the TimeWaver systems for people today and in the future.