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"History only teaches us that humanity has learnt nothing from history." (A.Einstein) INFOSANCE = INFOrmation renaisSANCE society There is one thing that is known for certain about the future information society  which has not yet been completely formed: It is a global society. The difference between the laws of traditional autonomous societies and global society must be about as huge as between Newton's physics and quantum mechanics or between Eucledien and Bolyai geometry. We couls say that we are standing at the threshold of a 'new world', a completely unknown social system, the laws of which are not the continuations of our familiar societies. In order to get to know the global society and its mechanisms, we need a brand new frame of mind, a revolutionary theoretical base! Until it is born, our politicians are lost in the dark, laboratorylike information society in its 'infancy'. The result might be a monstrous 'descendant' with severe developmental disorders. We cannot allow ourselves to be influenced by the above quotation by A.Einstein as it happaned so many times before. If it did, humanity would not only be a bad student but could be locked away from the lessons of history forever.
This has to be talked about! This has to be written about! We should not only give way to'fashionable' thoughts! We must ask good questions to which nature can provide good answers! We cannot call everyone consevative or a pessimist just because they point out problems which have never been noticed before! Research and debate should be going on in science laboratories instead of the 'virtual greyhound racing' effect ('Let us catch the nonexistant hare in a virtual greyhound race!') that is drifting along with politics! The only chance for the 'greyhound racing' societies to reach their human potential might be the INFOSANCE society, in the centre of which stands the INFOSANCE man. (T.D.T.) Dénes, T.: (00) Graph theoretical tools for the study of the cumulative buildup of empirical sociology (01)
Sdeffect appearing in the genetic
code, as the structural explanation of 20 triplets instead of 64 (02) Real face of János Bolyai (in: NOTICES of the American Mathematical Society) (03) Common Box System  The Outline of a New Secure emailing System (in Hungarian) (04) Latin and magic squares from game applications to security (in Hungarian) (05) Latin squares and their applications in experimental design and coding (in Hungarian) (06) Latin squares and their applications in secrecy (in Hungarian) (07) Latin squares and codes (08) Complementary primesieve (C.P.S.) (pdf) (09) Complementary primesieve and a remark on S.W. Golomb’s factorization method (10) Estimation of the number of twin primes by application of Complementary Primesieve (11) Connections between the basic and the Fibonaccitype series (12) On the connections between RSA cryptosystem and the Fibonacci numbers (in Springer book) (13) Non associative algebraic system in cryptology (Protection against "meet in the middle" attack) (14) Cardan and cryptography (the mathematics of encryption grids) (15) ECHELON the information shield of the esociety? (in Hungarian) (16) STEGANOGRAPHY (hidden informations without encryption) (in Hungarian) (17) STEGANOGRAPHY is more than a tool for spies (18)
The "histology" of global esociety
and terrorism through the microscope of cryptography (19) SECURE INFORMATION SOCIETY? (in Hungarian) (20) INFOSANCE (Chance of a future INFOrmation renaisSANCE society) (in Hungarian) (21) eman or The birth of a new threatened species? (in Hungarian) (22) TURINGtest is an everyday practice in esociety (in Hungarian)
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THEORETICAL APROACH TO STRUCTURAL REPRESENTATION OF SYSTEMS (24) STRUCTURE MEMORY (SM) as a universal graph model of the human memory (25) Society Holography (The Holography principle’s Generalisation to the Society) (26) Dénes type Symmetric Prime Number theorem and its application to proof of the Even Goldbach conjecture (27) Application of the Dénes type Symmetric Prime Number theorem to proof of there exist infinitely many primes of the form n2+1 (28) Proof of the Twin prime conjecture (29) Generalized Twin prime theorem (30) Proof of the existence of prime number between successive squares (31)
The nonpublishability theorem of the proof of Goldbach's
conjecture or (33) Properties of twin primebased Mersenne twin primes (34)
Proof of the existence of infinite number of Mersenne primes
Dr.Farkas, J.: (01) The nature of expert knowledge (in Hungarian) (02) The sociological concept of technics (in Hungarian) (03) Sociology of the "knowledgesociety" and the globalization (in Hungarian) (04) The rupture between the "power" and the "morality" as the basis of trustlosing (in Hungarian) (05) Knowledge Deficit and Knowledge Society (06) The Metric and Structural Approach to Sport
(01) Prószéky, G.Kis, B.: Globalsociety and globallanguage (in Hungarian)
