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About Timetraks

About Timetraks

Futurist Paul Guercio and physicist Dr. George Hart coined the term Timetraks to describe the output of their MERLIN Project software.The code was custom designed by a team of SDI/StarWars physicists to capture moments of what Guercio and Hart like to call "heightened-eventfulness." These uncommon moments of future activity, where important events will likely occur, are generated by mathematically capturing a particularly propitious past moment, like the beginning of a relationship or the start of a new job and applying a precise formula of cyclic intervals to that past 'frozen' moment.

The result is a graphical image of all the future moments, when echoes of the original moment will again be heard. MERLIN Timetraks are a lot like pages of sheet music from a very unique and one-of-a-kind symphony that can predict the timetable of future events.

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