The history of western civilization is based on a mistake.

My mission: to teach the Informational Gospel - the message intended is scientific information.

Based on the premise that we humans can take care of ourselves and the life-supporting environment only when we understand the physical reality as it really is, I endeavor to persuade my neighbors that we need to correct three important errors:

---> A) Jesus taught evolutionary science -- survival of the good steward is survival of the fittest. Hence, my book: The Primacy of Stewardship: The Handbook for Christians Who Believe in Democracy.

---> B) Time is a fiction of consciousness. There is no "fabric of space-time" to travel through. Hence my "Time Works" list and links.

---> C) In the world of geometry and mathematics I noticed (in high school) a profoundly important error in the doctrines of mathematicians, that is, the Euclidean circle. The error is the Eclidean circle cannot exist in the real, physical world. The Euclidean circle is in irreconcialible conflict with the concept of a "smallest possible particle" and with the universally accepted mathematical "rule" that infinity times zero is still zero. Hence, the vine forest of geometry and trigonometry and the frequent references to "squaring the circle exactly" in that "genre" of my writing. The point that mathematicians WILL acknowledge before long is that the circumference of a real circular object cannot be "an infinite number of points with no dimension," and therefore, any physical object that is perceived or detected as a circle [or sphere] is in fact a regular polygon with a finite number of sides, each side definitely having a dimension. This reality makes pi variable and rational. The mathematicians hate this reality with a passion, but they will soon be compelled to get over this irrational passion.

The coherent theme of JManimas' work is a single concept with four main parts:

1) The Primacy of Stewardship.

2) The Destination of Human Knowledge

3) The Unity of Nature

4) The Intelligent Being Imperative

First: The primacy of stewardship means that stewardship, taking care of life and taking care of all that supports life, is the primary teaching of the wise and the primary role of and the primary reason for the existence of intelligent beings such as we humans on Earth. All other teachings, all other factors that have an effect on human life and that human beings struggle with, including human conceptions of personal morality and spiritual ritual, are secondary to stewardship. Good stewardship is not only a personal or corporate goal, but is a biological and natural goal. Good stewardship is the highest level of evolution for any intelligent, scientific and technological being, the highest level of the evolutionary process for any calculating, learning observer. This viewpoint on the primacy of stewardship is consistent with the tide of human thought and the history of human philosophy, which leads to the second part.