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First-year students head to Holland
The M.U.M. Review
Maharishi University of Management, Iowa, USA Translate This Article
10 December 2007
As this issue of The Review goes to press, approximately 80 first-year students were expected to depart on December 7 for Holland for two weeks where they will have classes with Dr. John Hagelin as part of the physics Natural Law Seminar.
Dr. Hagelin had been scheduled to teach the course on campus, but was unable to get away from Holland, due in part to his recent appointment as Raja of America, an administrative position that oversees activities related to teaching various programs founded by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, including the Transcendental Meditation® technique.
Since Dr. Hagelin wasn't able to come to the students, the students went to him. They are spending two weeks of the four-week course in Holland.
Coinciding with his new appointment, Dr. Hagelin joined a group of Rajas currently holding a World Congress of Rajas in Holland, residence of University Founder Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
As a Raja Dr. Hagelin said he is committed to working with his fellow Rajas 'to perpetuate, to consolidate peace perpetual and invincibility for the USA, so that henceforth that country, the most creative country in the world, will be purely a source of positivity to humankind.'
The physics course the students are taking gives a deep and non-mathematical understanding of the differences between classical and quantum physics. It explains the meaning and mechanics of unification and symmetry and the main concepts of unified quantum field theories and superstring theory.
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