Geheimnisvolle Welten - Tajemnicze światy - Mysterious worlds - Dr. Jan Pająk

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Prof. Dr Eng. Jan Pajak was born on 25th of May 1946 in Wszewilki near Milicz, Poland. He spent his first 36 years in Poland where he gained his education and scientific experience. In 1982 he left Poland and arrived in New Zealand. On 28 August 1985 he was granted New Zealand citizenship.

Prof. Pająk began his education in Milicz, where he attended firstly the primary school, then the Gymnasium of General Education. After matriculation in 1964 he shifted to Wroclaw, where he studied at the Mechanical Engineering Department of the Technical University of Wrocław. During his studies he was awarded a special "Scientific Scholarship" reserved for a few outstanding students, entitling him to employment at the University after the completion of his studies. He graduated in 1970, receiving the degree of "Master of Engineering and Engineer". He commenced his professional career on 1 April 1970 by undertaking lecturing at the Technical University of Wroclaw. His scientific specialization was Computer Assisted Design (CAD). In 1974 he defended his doctoral dissertation on this subject to obtain the degree of "Doctor of Technical Sciences", and for two months following this he was the youngest doctor at this University. In the same year he was promoted from the position of Senior Lecturer to that of "Adiunkt" (i.e. Polish equivalent to a Reader from English Universities). In parallel to holding his lecturing position at the Technical University of Wroclaw, Prof. Pajak also worked part-time in Polish industry: since 1975 serving as scientific adviser in a computer-producing factory called MERA-ELWRO, and from 1978 as scientific consultant in a bus and truck producing factory called POLMO-JELCZ.

In 1982 he took up one-year Post Doctoral Fellowship at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand. After completing this Fellowship, in 1983 he initiated the work as a lecturer of Computer Sciences in a whole range of New Zealand tertiary educational institutions, amongst others in the Southland Polytechnic in Invercargill (1983-8), the Otago University in Dunedin (1988-90), the Timaru Polytechnic (1999-2000), and the Wellington Institute of Technology (2001-5). In times when there was no job for him in New Zealand, he accepted professorial contracts for lecturing at universities of other countries. And so, he was an Associate Professor at the Eastern Mediterranean University in Famagusta, Northern Cyprus (1992-3), at the Universiti Malaya in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (1993-6), and at the Universiti Malaysia Sarawak on the tropical Borneo (1996-8). He was also invited for the post of a Professor at the University Ajou in Suwon, South Korea, for the period of 10 months as from 1 March 2007. The preparation of the fifth edition of these monographs was initiated during this full professorship in South Korea.

Prof. Pająk developed a whole range of unique scientific theories, explanations, ideas, formal proofs, and technical devices. For example, to his accomplishments belong, amongst others, the development of a “theory of everything” called the Concept of Dipolar Gravity, the explanation for the principles of telekinesis, telepathy, gravity field action, working of reversible time and the “timespace” in which this time prevails, the introduction of the new scientific life-form called the “Pajak’s serpent”, the formation of highly moral philosophy of everyday life called “totalizm” (written with the letter “z”), the development of formal scientific proofs e.g. for the existence of God, counter-world, soul, and for the creation of the first two people by God, furthermore the invention and design of an interstellar spaceship called the “Magnocraft”, and the propelling unit for this vehicle - i.e. the device called the “Oscillatory Chamber”, the invention of a device for the generation of electricity called the “telekinetic cell”, and many more.

This series of monographs is the most important publication of Prof. Pajak. It summarizes in a series of separate volumes all most significant scientific accomplishments of his lifetime.