Concepts & Technologies
Welcome to the mind of futurist Murray Tovi. This blog re-visits his pioneering explorations over the course of four decades beginning in 1969, into the fields of physics, astrophysics, theoretical physics, theoretical astrophysics and astronomy. As well as commercial work in optics, art, closed circuit television surveillance, energy conservation, lighting, conservation of material resources, fire extinguishing, etc.
Laser Drag Experiments
These experiments prove that the Big Bang and the paradox speed of light theories are incompatible and cannot both be true.
Functional Energy Art
The introduction of Functional Energy Art created a fusion of art and science.
Task Energy Habitat
An energy and material conserving home of the future. First prototype saved 65% in energy and 85% in materials with no loss in comfort or dignity.
The Natural Theory of Relativity
The Natural Theory of Relativity teaches that everything in the Universe is relative, everything, including the speed of light.
A Pandora’s box
Evidence of one super-colossal force enveloping and permeating each and every one of us.
The Concept of Theoretical Velocity
As matter approaches the speed of light, barrier time theoretically slows exponentially as velocity increases infinitesimally until no further movement is possible.
The Relative Speed of Light Theory
A simple logical concept that perhaps is the most radical theory regarding the speed of light since Einstein gave us E=mc2.
Applications include replicating the sunlight spectrum of a natural habitat for endangered species, or an old age home in Minnesota receiving the replicated sun of Miami Beach, etc.
A New Matrix For The Cosmos
For over three centuries science has been blind to an invisible medium occupying space, a vast field of force holding far more energy than a black hole.
Futurist. Scientist. Artist.
The designs and inventions of Murray Tovi have been featured in publications such as Vogue, Glamour, House & Garden, Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Popular Science, Popular Mechanics, and The New York Times.