S.R. Weber's BOOKS

S.R. Weber and Aristo Tacoma are two pen names
for one and the same person. To see most of the
rest of the pen names, and fuller list of 
publications, go via this site:


2018 main nonfiction book:

Art of Thinking
Volume 1: G15 PMN Programming for Kids

by Aristo Tacoma

The Art of Thinking will have five volumes when it
is completed. The first volume is an introduction,
from the very beginning, and with a language even
the youngest readers of English books can understand,
into just how to program in one of the easiest
programming languages in the world, G15 PMN. Many
will ask, though, is the teaching of a digital
programming language to kids something that is
worthy, in a world that is naturally analog and
in which many other skills need to be taught? But
even so these people typically say 'yes' to a teach 
geometry and algebra to kids, and  do so perhaps
because they sense that it can be of value to 
stimulate the minds of the youngest also with
abstract orders. How much more easy the same
themes can be thought, and in a more fun and also
meditative way, through a pure programming
language, designed to stimulate the mind.

2017 main nonfiction book:

The Beauty of Ballerinas

Awakening non-artificial intelligence

by S.R.Weber

Published by the Avenuege Library, Yoga4d:VRGM, Oslo,
released during Avenuege Art Fiest event at Håndverkeren, Oslo, May 5th, 2017.

Book info

THE BEAUTY OF BALLERINAS--awakening non-artificial intelligence is a sort of foundational book. It begins easy, and completes fairly easy, but the bulk of it is perhaps one of the most courageous philosophical attempts, complete with new formalisms, to bring all of the key findings in modern physics and biology together. This is then a reference book and a study book, and the books coming from S.R. Weber after this will then typically be much more available and easy to read, now that this foundation has been put in place. BEAUTY OF BALLERINAS (Listed here at National Library of Norway) is a fairly large (sideways A4) art and philosophy book of 171 pages, paperback. In a layout which seems to delight everyone, it offers you a rich and diverse content of everything from light philosophy to hefty science. Paintings in color adorn the cover, and some b'n'w details of paintings are given inside. The paintings are catalogized in www.avenuege.com/ArtCatalogue. The book has a conversional style, going through a number of philosophical themes in a light but also reflective and sometimes precise way. It contains a radical rework of physics so that it can be understood also relative to questions of biology, brain and intelligence, and why it makes sense to honor the human mind and its living infinity so that when we work in robotics, we develop separate concepts there. Part I and III are easy-going, and part III also has the gentlest introduction possible, for young students and pupils, to programming the G15 PMN way. The physics part of the book--part II of the three parts--will also find its way into other paper publications. It is in addition available as part of the Third Foundation app which is found on the app page for the G15 PMN programming language by same author. The core science part of it is also always available online, in booklet form: yoga6d.org/super-model-theory and, as pdf: yoga4d.org/super-model-theory.pdf. A range of books have been published privately at various seminars and initial exhibitions without having ISBN number to them. The publication of the Super-Model Theory first took place in a 2004 book entitled "Passion without greed or hatred; resonating over dancers; creating new physics" by Stein von Reusch, released at a seminar in Oslo, 2005, and registered at National Library of Norway with ISBN 82.996977.0.0. This book set forth a theory which then led to the development of a much more ripe type of formalism than the sketchy attempts contained within it; but the main thoughts of it are exactly as in the 2017 book. The link to the National Library registration is provided in this information page, which also provides links to some of the other publications by same author: norskesites.org/steinweber/english/ The raw text of this book was made available for all, for free, first in the Firth/FreeDOS operating system which was finalized in April 2006 and which is still available at our technical archive pages, and then also made available online at yoga4d.org/a.htm and yoga6d.org/a.htm. Note that we consider many of the comments about art and so on in this early book as something written about better in the essay archive in the Yoga6d.org/economy.htm section.