Brigham Young University Museum of Art

Brigham Young University Museum of Art The Museum of Art is a place where the heart and mind are brought together to seek knowledge and values, self affirmation and spiritual understanding.
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Admission: Free Museum Hours: Mon, Thurs, Fri: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm Tues, Wed, Sat: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Sun: Closed MOA Cafe Hours: Mon – Fri: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm Sat – Sun: Closed Closed for University devotional (Tuesdays 10:45 to 11:45 a.m.)

01/31/2020

Come see some of Marie Hull’s stunning artworks in our new exhibition,
“A Studio of Her Own: Women Artists from the MOA Collection”!

01/28/2020
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Today’s the day!✨🎉  The new exhibition, “A Studio of Her Own: Women Artists from the MOA Collection” is now open! Come s...
01/24/2020

Today’s the day!✨🎉 The new exhibition, “A Studio of Her Own: Women Artists from the MOA Collection” is now open! Come see this new exhibition filled entirely with artworks by women artists at our Art After Dark event, starting at 7:00pm!

One of the featured artists in this new exhibition is Helen Gerardia. This Russian artist immigrated to the U.S. in 1903 to study lithography, etching, and a variety of other techniques/mediums. In the 1950s, she found herself largely influenced by the Cubism movement. She began implementing many geometric shapes in her abstract works, primarily using black and white. Her piece, “Moonladder” (1970) is part of the new exhibition and you can come see it, starting tonight!

Image: Helen Gerardia (1903 - 1988), "Moonladder," c.1970, acrylic on canvas, 30 x 36 3/8 inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, gift of Samuel Sumner Goldberg, 1977.

Artist Jeanne Florence Leighton Lundberg Clarke taught us that it is never too late to exercise our talents! She began a...
01/21/2020

Artist Jeanne Florence Leighton Lundberg Clarke taught us that it is never too late to exercise our talents! She began attending Brigham Young University at the age of 49 and ended up receiving both a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts and a Master’s of Fine Arts.
Clarke dedicated the rest of her life to art, creating brightly colorful and jubilant paintings. Her paintings are said by many to accurately demonstrate her personality, as she was a bright funny woman who was full of life. Unfortunately, during the last 14 years of her life, she struggled with Alzheimer’s Disease which diminished her independence. Her piece, “Trifloria” will be featured this Friday at the opening of our new exhibition, “A Studio of Her Own: Women Artists from the MOA Collection”. 🌻

Image: Jeanne Leighton-Lundberg Clarke (1925-2014), Trifloria, c. 1981, Oil on canvas, 54 x 48 ½ in. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, 1981.

Is there a woman in your life whose passion inspires you? Share this post and tag them telling them why! 💕 Someone you m...
01/20/2020

Is there a woman in your life whose passion inspires you? Share this post and tag them telling them why! 💕
Someone you may want to add to your list of inspirational people is Mabel Frazer! It is said that Mabel Pearl Frazer was so passionate about art that she filled her entire home with works of art and easels. Her bedroom is said to have been so full of art that she had to sleep in her living room! Her sister said that “Her religion and her art took precedence over everything else in her life.”Frazer loved traveling in nature and emphasized the bold bright colors of the outdoors in her pieces.
In celebration of the centennial anniversary of the 19th Amendment in 2020, we will be showcasing an exhibition entirely curated with artworks by women artists from the museum’s permanent collection. Frazer’s piece, “Desert Grandeur” (1940) will be featured in our new exhibition, “A Studio of Her Own: Women Artists from the MOA Collection”, which will open this Friday!

Image: Mabel Pearl Frazer (1887 - 1982), Desert Grandeur, c.1940, oil on canvas, 36 ½ x 53 inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, 1984.

Have you ever wondered why Andy Warhol would choose the subject of cows for a wallpaper?🐮 Ivan Karp, a pop art dealer, a...
01/14/2020

Have you ever wondered why Andy Warhol would choose the subject of cows for a wallpaper?🐮
Ivan Karp, a pop art dealer, and Gerard Malanga, a printmaker, worked together with artist Andy Warhol to create this playful cow series in the late 1960s - early 1970s. Karp was a major influence in the subject of the following print, "Cow Wallpaper," as he suggested, “Why don’t you paint some cows? They’re so wonderfully pastoral and such a durable image in the history of the arts.”
The print you see below was the wallpaper for an exhibition at the Leo Castelli gallery. It is now featured at the BYU MOA, as a part of "Supermarket: Pop Art and 1960s America."

Experience the exhibition with a guided 30-minute tour next Wednesday, January 22 at 12:10 PM!

Image: Andy Warhol (1928-1987), "Cow Wallpaper," 1966, screenprint on wallpaper, 90 x 28 3/8 inches. Collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer. © 2019 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. / Licensed by Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Happy 2020! We are open Thursday, January 2 - Saturday, January 4 from 10 AM - 6 PM!
01/02/2020

Happy 2020! We are open Thursday, January 2 - Saturday, January 4 from 10 AM - 6 PM!

Merry Christmas! Image: Carl Heinrich Bloch (1834-1890), "The Birth of Christ," 1881, etching, 6 5/16 x 8 inches. Brigha...
12/25/2019

Merry Christmas!

Image: Carl Heinrich Bloch (1834-1890), "The Birth of Christ," 1881, etching, 6 5/16 x 8 inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, purchased with funds provided by J. Robert and Lisa Wheatley, 2001.

Happy Christmas Eve from the BYU Museum of Art! We are open until 4 PM today and closed tomorrow for Christmas Day. Plea...
12/24/2019

Happy Christmas Eve from the BYU Museum of Art! We are open until 4 PM today and closed tomorrow for Christmas Day. Please enjoy Day 11 of MOA Countdown to Christmas!

Image: Minerva K. Teichert (1888-1976), "The Three Wise Men," 1937, oil on canvas, 60 x 45 inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, 1943.

We hope you are enjoying MOA Countdown to Christmas! Today is Day 10!Image: Ridolfo Ghirlandaio (1483-1561), "Madonna an...
12/23/2019

We hope you are enjoying MOA Countdown to Christmas! Today is Day 10!

Image: Ridolfo Ghirlandaio (1483-1561), "Madonna and Child," 16th century, oil on panel, 33 9/16 x 24 1/2 inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, gift of Hazel Anna Smith, 1974.

Enjoy Day 9 of Countdown to Christmas from the MOA! Share with a friend!Image: Brian Kershsnik (b.1962), "Nativity," 200...
12/22/2019

Enjoy Day 9 of Countdown to Christmas from the MOA! Share with a friend!

Image: Brian Kershsnik (b.1962), "Nativity," 2006, oil on canvas, 89 x 204 inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, gift of anonymous donor.

Day 8 of Countdown to Christmas from the MOA!Image: George Smith Dibble (1904-1992), "Winter Scene," 1979, watercolor, 1...
12/21/2019

Day 8 of Countdown to Christmas from the MOA!

Image: George Smith Dibble (1904-1992), "Winter Scene," 1979, watercolor, 13 1/4 x 20 inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, gift of the estate of George Smith Dibble, 1992.

Today is Day 7 of Countdown to Christmas! Enjoy!Image: L. Monogrammist, "The Nativity," c.1550, engraving, 2 13/16 x 2 1...
12/20/2019

Today is Day 7 of Countdown to Christmas! Enjoy!

Image: L. Monogrammist, "The Nativity," c.1550, engraving, 2 13/16 x 2 13/16 inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, purchase/gift of Mahonri M. Young Estate, 1959.

It's Day 6 of Countdown to Christmas from the MOA! Share your favorites!Image: John Whorf (1903-1959), "The Winter Day,"...
12/19/2019

It's Day 6 of Countdown to Christmas from the MOA! Share your favorites!

Image: John Whorf (1903-1959), "The Winter Day," c.1940, watercolor, 14 11/16 x 21 7/16 inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, gift of Earl V. Gritton, 1984.

Enjoy Day 5 of MOA Countdown to Christmas!Image: Dorothy Weir Young (1890-1947), "Madonna and Child Merry Christmas Card...
12/18/2019

Enjoy Day 5 of MOA Countdown to Christmas!

Image: Dorothy Weir Young (1890-1947), "Madonna and Child Merry Christmas Card," c.1920, print, 6 x 4 inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, purchase/gift of the Mahonri M. Young Estate, 1959.

We hope you enjoy this winter scene for Day 4 of Countdown to Christmas from the MOA!Image: Theodore Earl Butler (1861-1...
12/17/2019

We hope you enjoy this winter scene for Day 4 of Countdown to Christmas from the MOA!

Image: Theodore Earl Butler (1861-1936), "Giverny-Trees, Wind, and Snow," 1892, oil on canvas on board, 24 x 25 3/4 inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, gift of James H. Jackson, 1976.

Today is Day 3 of MOA Countdown to Christmas! Image: Edwin Evans (1860-1946), "First Snow Mountain," no date, oil on can...
12/16/2019

Today is Day 3 of MOA Countdown to Christmas!

Image: Edwin Evans (1860-1946), "First Snow Mountain," no date, oil on canvas board, 15 x 18 inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, 1941.

It's Day 2 of Countdown to Christmas from the MOA! Image: Rembrandt (1606-1669), "The Adoration of the Shepherds with th...
12/15/2019

It's Day 2 of Countdown to Christmas from the MOA!

Image: Rembrandt (1606-1669), "The Adoration of the Shepherds with the Lamp (II/II), c.1654, print, 4 3/16 x 5 1/6 inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, 1959.

It's time for the annual MOA Countdown to Christmas! Enjoy these pieces from our collection as we all celebrate the seas...
12/14/2019

It's time for the annual MOA Countdown to Christmas! Enjoy these pieces from our collection as we all celebrate the season. Please share your favorites with your friends!

Image: Marianne Stocks (1855-1927), "Angels Entertaining the Holy Child," c. 1893, oil on canvas, 56 x 70 inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, purchased with funds provided by Roy and Carl Christensen, 2015.

“Can” you help others?We’ve teamed up with the Community Action Services and Food Bank to help feed Utah County this win...
12/11/2019

“Can” you help others?
We’ve teamed up with the Community Action Services and Food Bank to help feed Utah County this winter. Drop off canned food items in front of our new exhibition “Supermarket” until December 19th!

Happy holidays! Join us tonight for our last FHE of the semester for a special FHE with artist Brian Kershisnik. He’ll g...
12/09/2019

Happy holidays! Join us tonight for our last FHE of the semester for a special FHE with artist Brian Kershisnik. He’ll give an exclusive Gallery Talk in front of his piece “Nativity” and answer questions. The event starts at 7:00 PM tonight, and seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Brian Kershisnik (b.1962), Nativity, 2006, oil on canvas, 89 x 204 inches. Brigham Young University of Art, gift of anonymous donor, 2011.

12/06/2019

Art After Dark is tonight! Come join us as we open our newest exhibition “Supermarket: Pop Art and 1960s America”! Starting at 7:00 P.M., you can view works by artists such as Warhol, Rosler, Lichtenstein, and others, as well as participate in our canned food drive, enjoy refreshments and live music. Bring your friends! Bring your family! Bring your roommates! Bring a date!

Swing into the 60’s this Friday at Art After Dark with the opening of our newest exhibition “Supermarket: Pop Art and 19...
12/04/2019

Swing into the 60’s this Friday at Art After Dark with the opening of our newest exhibition “Supermarket: Pop Art and 1960s America”! Join us at 7:00 PM as we celebrate artists such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Martha Rosler, and many other contributors to the iconic Pop Art movement.

Image credit: Robert Rauschenberg (1925 – 2008), Signs, edition 44/250, 1970, screenprint, 35 x 26 inches. Collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer. © Robert Rauschenberg Foundation / VAGA at Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY
Ed Ruscha (b.1937), Mocha Standard, edition 64/100, 1969, screenprint, 2

There's a lot happening at the MOA this week!    Tonight, come for our free 30-minute Family Home Evening Tour at 7:15 P...
12/02/2019

There's a lot happening at the MOA this week!

Tonight, come for our free 30-minute Family Home Evening Tour at 7:15 P.M.! If you miss it, try one of our self-guided tours anytime tonight.

This Friday at 7:00 PM, we host the final Art After Dark of the semester with a special exhibition opening of “Supermarket: Pop Art and 1960s America”! Experience iconic works by Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Martha Rosler, Jann Haworth, Jasper Johns and many more! Stick around for live music, refreshments, a meme contest, and canned food drive!

Then next Monday at 7:00 PM, join us for a special Nativity Family Home Evening with artist Brian Kershisnik! He will share his experience of painting the piece and take questions from the audience. Seating is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Lastly, please note that the MOA will be closed all day Saturday, December 7, for building maintenance.

Image credit: Jasper Johns (b.1930), Target with Four Faces, edition 89/100, 1968, screenprint, 36 1⁄4 x 26 3/8 inches. Collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer. © Jasper Johns / VAGA at Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY

Happy Thanksgiving from the BYU Museum of Art! The MOA is closed today and will reopen for regular hours tomorrow.In 186...
11/28/2019

Happy Thanksgiving from the BYU Museum of Art! The MOA is closed today and will reopen for regular hours tomorrow.

In 1864, President Abraham Lincoln formally established Thanksgiving as a national holiday. Since then, the holiday has become rich with symbolic meaning as we think about the earliest days of the American colonies, and the coming together of the pilgrims and Native Americans to celebrate a successful harvest in the autumn of 1621. This solemn interpretation of the Mayflower's arrival depicts the pilgrims gathering around their spiritual leader, William Brewster. This painting is currently on display in the exhibition Becoming America.

Anonymous, Landing of the Pilgrims, 1840-50, oil on canvas, 48 x 61 inches, Brigham Young University Museum of Art, gift of J. Earl and Elaine B. Garrett.

We’re closing early at 4 PM today tor Thanksgiving, however, we’ll be operating during our normal hours on Friday.
11/27/2019

We’re closing early at 4 PM today tor Thanksgiving, however, we’ll be operating during our normal hours on Friday.

The MOA has shortened hours for Thanksgiving this Week!Wednesday, November 27 | 10 AM - 4 PMClosed Thursday, November 28...
11/25/2019

The MOA has shortened hours for Thanksgiving this Week!
Wednesday, November 27 | 10 AM - 4 PM
Closed Thursday, November 28 (Thanksgiving Day)
Friday, November 29 | 10 AM - 9 PM
Saturday, November 30 | 10 AM - 6 PM
Amid all the celebrating, we invite you and your family to enjoy the MOA this week! Admission is always free.

Image: William Bliss Baker,Fallen Monarchs, 1886, oil on canvas, 30 x 39 3/4 inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, gift of Thomas E. Robinson, 1974.

Join us in TWO WEEKS for a special exhibition opening Art After Dark celebration!"Supermarket: Pop Art and 1960s America...
11/22/2019

Join us in TWO WEEKS for a special exhibition opening Art After Dark celebration!

"Supermarket: Pop Art and 1960s America" features works by artists including Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Jasper Johns and others.
See it all and join us for a canned food drive, meme coloring contest, live music, and delicious refreshments on Friday, December 6 at 7 PM, as this exciting exhibition is revealed to the public for the first time.

Image: Ed Ruscha (b.1937), Mocha Standard, edition 64/100, 1969, screenprint, 24 7/8 x 40 inches. Collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer.©EdRuscha

11/19/2019

Coming soon...a MOA Store event you won't want to miss on December 13th and 14th!! Stay tuned for more details! ✨🎁🎄

THANK YOU to everyone who came to Art After Dark on Friday! We look forward to our next Art After Dark on December 6th a...
11/18/2019

THANK YOU to everyone who came to Art After Dark on Friday! We look forward to our next Art After Dark on December 6th as we unveil our newest exhibition: "Supermarket: Pop Art and 1960s America."

Image: Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997), This Must Be the Place, edition 271/300, 1965 (reprint 2002), screen print 23 ¾ x 17 ¾ inches. Collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer. © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein

See you at the MOA tomorrow with Art After Dark! ‪Come for gorgeous artwork, fun art studio activities, live music from ...
11/14/2019

See you at the MOA tomorrow with Art After Dark! ‪Come for gorgeous artwork, fun art studio activities, live music from local band "The Naked Waiters," and free ‪Hruska's Kolaches! Bring your friends and join the party!

11/13/2019

Gallery Talk in “From the Vault” with curator Jana Emmer!

Get ready for another exciting week at the MOA!TONIGHT: Come for our FREE 30-minute Family Home Evening tour at 7:15 PM ...
11/11/2019

Get ready for another exciting week at the MOA!
TONIGHT: Come for our FREE 30-minute Family Home Evening tour at 7:15 PM every Monday. If you can't make it for the guided tour, come for our self-guided tours until 9:00 PM.

On Wednesday at 12:10, Museum Curator Janalee Emmer will present the first public tour of "From the Vault: Highlights from the MOA Collection." This 30-minute tour is free.

And, best of all, Art After Dark is on Friday from 7 - 10! We'll be hosting exclusive art studio activities, live music from local band "The Naked Waiters," and free Hruska's Kolaches! Bring your friends and join us for an awesome evening.

Get ready for an awesome week at the MOA!In addition to our weekly Family Home Evening tour (7:15 P.M. every Monday), we...
11/04/2019

Get ready for an awesome week at the MOA!
In addition to our weekly Family Home Evening tour (7:15 P.M. every Monday), we’re also hosting Associate Professor of Ancient Scripture John Hilton III this Thursday at 7 P.M. Dr. Hilton is a popular speaker who will be providing insight and context on our newest exhibition, "Rend the Heavens: Intersections of the Human and Divine."

Happy Halloween from the MOA! On display now, here's our spooooOOOkiest painting currently on display in "Becoming Ameri...
10/31/2019

Happy Halloween from the MOA! On display now, here's our spooooOOOkiest painting currently on display in "Becoming America."

Image: Claude Buck (1890-1974), War Protest, c.1945, oil on panel, 59 3/4 x 41 3/4 inches. Brigham Young University Museum of Art, gift of Leslie Buck, 1978.

FACT: The BYU Museum of Art has a weekly Family Home Evening tour every Monday at 7:15 P.M.FACT: The official FHE tour e...
10/28/2019

FACT: The BYU Museum of Art has a weekly Family Home Evening tour every Monday at 7:15 P.M.

FACT: The official FHE tour ends at 7:45 P.M. and the free self-guided tours are available all evening until 9:00 P.M.!

OPINION...(FACT): Family Home Evening at MOA is a great way to uplift your family in a fun setting. Come tonight and see for yourselves!

Treat your family with a Family Home Evening they won’t forget. Come to the Museum for a FREE 30 minute guided tour of o...
10/21/2019

Treat your family with a Family Home Evening they won’t forget.
Come to the Museum for a FREE 30 minute guided tour of our newest exhibition “Rend the Heavens” at 7:15 P.M. to 7:45 P.M. If you can’t join us for the tour, please pick up our self guided pamphlet at the front desk before 9:00 P.M.!

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10/21/2019

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Remember Art After Dark tonight at 7 PM!Remember we're giving away free Crumbl (mini) cookies!Remember we've got live mu...
10/11/2019

Remember Art After Dark tonight at 7 PM!
Remember we're giving away free Crumbl (mini) cookies!
Remember we've got live music featuring the band Roseburg!

See you there!

Jam.Sticky, sweet.Sticks to the fingers.Poetry.Honest, sweet.Sticks to the soul.Poetry Jam.Tonight at 7:00 P.M.Here at t...
10/10/2019

Jam.
Sticky, sweet.
Sticks to the fingers.

Poetry.
Honest, sweet.
Sticks to the soul.

Poetry Jam.
Tonight at 7:00 P.M.
Here at the MOA.
It's gonna be sweet.

10/09/2019

Another great reason to come to Art After Dark on Friday: the MOA will be closed all day Saturday for building maintenance.

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CALCULATIONS AND UNIVERSAL BALANCED FUNCTION Arithmetical calculation is the origin and deals with numbers like addition, subtraction, division and multiplication and algebra with numbers and variables. Arithmetic is the basic branch (number theory) and algebra is the reunion of broken parts. a) 7+2=9 and 2+7=9 arithmetic b) 2t+2f=2f+2t algebra. c) If values of ‘t and f’ differ, the equation cannot stand which is not the case with definite figures in arithmetic. Algebra searches unknown. If something is needed in market, so it is ‘x’ and if it is a pen,’x’ is a pen. Look at the sky; can we account correctly how many stars are? The answer is ‘no’ and so it is taken as ‘x’, then known (assumed) are 1, 00,000; the equation will be x-1, 00,000=’y’. Here both ‘x and y’ are unknown. When ‘y’ is determined, then riddle is solved, as ‘x’ value is discovered. For all probable variables, algebra is the route. When search is completed, equations stand tall. But again equations are not as tall for assessing secrets of the nature with infinite form and a fraction may be perhaps known, that too depending upon variances, termed as universe. So unknown can be bracketed in algebra as ‘x, y, and z’ as quantifying numbers are hidden and not figured out. To know the natural function of the universe, a combined capsule of arithmetic and algebra is applied. Is there any other mode for accounting without this help? Whether arithmetic or algebra, it is based on earth conditions and relevant response alone. To locate universal secrets, the relativity has to stand between the earth and the universal objects as a whole. Considering harmony, there may be some common universal laws for all objects which can be reached by terming as unknown in algebra. In fact a single path of original branch of arithmetic would help better; as for unknown factors zero ‘0’ can be used; at the most 01, 02, 03 instead of ‘a, b, c or x’ for equations in algebra, making mathematics simpler. Universal operations are without linking past, present, future and based on the simplest but permanent auto calculations on friction and tapping with relevant fluctuations of gravitation, anti-gravitation and reflection. This study can be framed in advanced arithmetic. When the universe came into being, undoubtedly it is with series of continued bangs that too with sustained time gaps in expanding travel. Is there any energy Centre to spread the empire? If it is invisible; then only two divisions surface; visible and invisible covering living and nonliving. Both carries soul energy, the former is self-activated and latter is not as here soul energy is limited to its static position unless activated externally. The universe is a capsule of mass and energy. Living activates mass for specific results; but mass is also activated by the nature to provide air, water, light etc. This is out of self-generated tapping transformation. Force, friction with mass resulting in velocity are the prime factors to promote bangs, one after other; as a single bang cannot frame out the sprawling universe. The energy output is as per the beats of mass contact with velocity which gets on to a recycle scenario for the final result. However the system is on the footing of tapping and twisting of mass by velocity on auto rhythm. It would be interesting to know the beginning of beginning to meet the recycle process. All this is not followed by the nature as per mathematics but by 2 harmonious relativity and behaviour. The universal energy follows ground rules of gravitation, anti-gravitation and reflection. Friction of mass and velocity are the building blocks of energy which is invisible. The velocity is with variances as per activation of mass and it is a combined capsule of time and space. Even gravitation and anti-gravitation impact factors of objects including the earth explain development of seasons. Gravitation and anti-gravitation range differs from object to object surfaces resulting in differences in seasonal climate. The nature with infinite setup has tapping transformation behaviour without any balance sheets and profit and loss account. The universal function only knows to give expecting nothing. Here lies the responsibility for keeping the environment clean for the simple reason that then only the nature can offer healthy and happy life. Dr.Einstein stated- it is an uncritical attitude to declare statistical character of the nature to be a fact but up to now we do not have any other theory. The nature stood for an orderly system obeying rules which could be discovered with courage and imagination. He even with his famous energy mass formula agreed that there must be something behind energy and was in search of systems which might open up secrets of the nature without any probabilities. In this context, it is rather surprising to note squares of 1 and 2 which are 1 and 4 respectively against the norm that square of same figure is more than the addition which states 1+1=2 and 2+2=4. So the values of a2 and b2, standing at 1 and 2 would present a different scenario in practical energy application routes. Force delivers velocity by friction with mass with variances as per gravitation and anti-gravitation on surface conditions. Time and space is a part of velocity and not in isolation. Hence study of velocity in reference to mass, gravitation and anti-gravitation is of utmost importance. For this no accounting system fits in to understand the infra-structure of the universe as a whole since it functions on auto principles without uncertainties. Here beats of bits of atomic sub particles in space may render some support in our understanding. The knowledge to know the universe with its infinite source empire is by its sound language which lifts tapping transformation. This will bring in such routes for the use of minimum resources and expenses to achieve the best maximum outputs. For example, one of the immeasurable objects, the sun alone is capable to provide light for the limitless areas. H V Navangul Age 82
CALCULATIONS AND UNIVERSAL BALANCED FUNCTION Arithmetical calculation is the origin and deals with numbers like addition, subtraction, division and multiplication and algebra with numbers and variables. Arithmetic is the basic branch (number theory) and algebra is the reunion of broken parts. a) 7+2=9 and 2+7=9 arithmetic b) 2t+2f=2f+2t algebra. c) If values of ‘t and f’ differ, the equation cannot stand which is not the case with definite figures in arithmetic. Algebra searches unknown. If something is needed in market, so it is ‘x’ and if it is a pen,’x’ is a pen. Look at the sky; can we account correctly how many stars are? The answer is ‘no’ and so it is taken as ‘x’, then known (assumed) are 1, 00,000; the equation will be x-1, 00,000=’y’. Here both ‘x and y’ are unknown. When ‘y’ is determined, then riddle is solved, as ‘x’ value is discovered. For all probable variables, algebra is the route. When search is completed, equations stand tall. But again equations are not as tall for assessing secrets of the nature with infinite form and a fraction may be perhaps known, that too depending upon variances, termed as universe. So unknown can be bracketed in algebra as ‘x, y, and z’ as quantifying numbers are hidden and not figured out. To know the natural function of the universe, a combined capsule of arithmetic and algebra is applied. Is there any other mode for accounting without this help? Whether arithmetic or algebra, it is based on earth conditions and relevant response alone. To locate universal secrets, the relativity has to stand between the earth and the universal objects as a whole. Considering harmony, there may be some common universal laws for all objects which can be reached by terming as unknown in algebra. In fact a single path of original branch of arithmetic would help better; as for unknown factors zero ‘0’ can be used; at the most 01, 02, 03 instead of ‘a, b, c or x’ for equations in algebra, making mathematics simpler. Universal operations are without linking past, present, future and based on the simplest but permanent auto calculations on friction and tapping with relevant fluctuations of gravitation, anti-gravitation and reflection. This study can be framed in advanced arithmetic. When the universe came into being, undoubtedly it is with series of continued bangs that too with sustained time gaps in expanding travel. Is there any energy Centre to spread the empire? If it is invisible; then only two divisions surface; visible and invisible covering living and nonliving. Both carries soul energy, the former is self-activated and latter is not as here soul energy is limited to its static position unless activated externally. The universe is a capsule of mass and energy. Living activates mass for specific results; but mass is also activated by the nature to provide air, water, light etc. This is out of self-generated tapping transformation. Force, friction with mass resulting in velocity are the prime factors to promote bangs, one after other; as a single bang cannot frame out the sprawling universe. The energy output is as per the beats of mass contact with velocity which gets on to a recycle scenario for the final result. However the system is on the footing of tapping and twisting of mass by velocity on auto rhythm. It would be interesting to know the beginning of beginning to meet the recycle process. All this is not followed by the nature as per mathematics but by 2 harmonious relativity and behaviour. The universal energy follows ground rules of gravitation, anti-gravitation and reflection. Friction of mass and velocity are the building blocks of energy which is invisible. The velocity is with variances as per activation of mass and it is a combined capsule of time and space. Even gravitation and anti-gravitation impact factors of objects including the earth explain development of seasons. Gravitation and anti-gravitation range differs from object to object surfaces resulting in differences in seasonal climate. The nature with infinite setup has tapping transformation behaviour without any balance sheets and profit and loss account. The universal function only knows to give expecting nothing. Here lies the responsibility for keeping the environment clean for the simple reason that then only the nature can offer healthy and happy life. Dr.Einstein stated- it is an uncritical attitude to declare statistical character of the nature to be a fact but up to now we do not have any other theory. The nature stood for an orderly system obeying rules which could be discovered with courage and imagination. He even with his famous energy mass formula agreed that there must be something behind energy and was in search of systems which might open up secrets of the nature without any probabilities. In this context, it is rather surprising to note squares of 1 and 2 which are 1 and 4 respectively against the norm that square of same figure is more than the addition which states 1+1=2 and 2+2=4. So the values of a2 and b2, standing at 1 and 2 would present a different scenario in practical energy application routes. Force delivers velocity by friction with mass with variances as per gravitation and anti-gravitation on surface conditions. Time and space is a part of velocity and not in isolation. Hence study of velocity in reference to mass, gravitation and anti-gravitation is of utmost importance. For this no accounting system fits in to understand the infra-structure of the universe as a whole since it functions on auto principles without uncertainties. Here beats of bits of atomic sub particles in space may render some support in our understanding. The knowledge to know the universe with its infinite source empire is by its sound language which lifts tapping transformation. This will bring in such routes for the use of minimum resources and expenses to achieve the best maximum outputs. For example, one of the immeasurable objects, the sun alone is capable to provide light for the limitless areas. H V Navangul Age 82