One of my biggest hobbies is astronomy and particularly astrophotography. I have been interested in astronomy and science since a was a little child and I bought my first telescope around 4 years ago. First time I had a look through it I was very disappointed as I could not see anything when I looked at the stars. They were just dots but I was expecting something like you can see in TV or astronomy magazines. I returned the scope back to the shop and after I did not have a telescope for another year as I had to return to Slovakia. When I came back to Plymouth I bought my first proper scope, which was 4" Newtonian Celestron. This scope gave me nice views of the Moon, Venus, Saturn and Jupiter. I tried attaching a web cam to the scope a taking my first ever pictures, which were very bad. However, I was fascinated by the fact that I actually took pictures of distant planets myself. Later on I realised I needed a bigger telescope so that I could try imaging distant deep sky objects such as galaxies or star clusters. In this way I tried several telescopes until I found the right one for me. This was my 8" Celestron mounted on a very good and sturdy HEQ-5 mount allowing me to image planets as well as deep sky objects. Here you can see a video showing some of my images I took with this setup. I hope you enjoy them.
Consciousness being created solely by the brain has not been a successful theory. There is an increasing number of anomalies clearly showing that there is much more to consciousness that is generally accepted by the mainstream science. Such anomalies were largely researched by for example HeartMath institute, US Army, PEARlab Princeton, Tiller, Laszlo, Goswami, Talbot, Sheldrake, Radin and many others.
The creation of the video below was inspired and based around these anomalies and their experimental results from various fields such as quantum mechanics, biology, neurology and astronomy. It emphasises the role of fractal geometry on the formation of the universe and offers an alternative model for explaining and unifying these anomalies through the growing field of digital physics.
The video was made in two languages and in presented in many countries including California, England, Netherlands and Slovakia. It has received tens of thousands hits across YouTube and Vimeo channels and led to many interesting collaborations.
The views reflected in the video do not necessarily reflect my current views.
I play African djembee drums, Australian didgeridoo and Tibetan singing bowls. In past I used to be a member of a band with 6 players, who play various ethnic instruments. As a group we did lots of concerts mostly in tea-rooms or meditation centers across Slovakia. I used to hand-make African djembee drums and do talks on how to make them as a part of my activities within the group. Later the group grew by two belly dancers and we started to have more songs with didgeridoo that I learned to play.