The Cosmic Cybernetics Research Institute (CCRI) conducts qualitative and quantitative research studies in cosmic cybernetics.
cybernetics theory has been articulated in an elaborate and detailed
way by David Cochrane.CCRI uses the theoretical framework
and research findings of Cochrane as a basis for the research
that is conducted.
cybernetic theory is influenced by the work of John Addey
in harmonic astrology and Reinhold Ebertin
in cosmobiology, the pioneering work of Theodor Landscheidt,
and is built upon a long lineage of thinkers who pondered
a music of the spheres, including Pythagoras and Kepler.
cybernetics was introduced by Theodor Landscheidt. The
term is used in the context of CCRI to refer to the development
and articulation of a model for astrological analysis developed
of CCRI have advanced training and knowledge in one or more
of the following areas: Cosmic
Cybernetics, Statistics, Research Methodology, or Physics.
The research conducted by CCRI is rigorous and attempts to
conform to the high standards of academia. Research is conducted
and reported using academic guidelines, including the following:
When studies are conducted in an exploratory manner or have
potential serious limitations, these limitations are noted.
b) Negative findings are shared equally with positive findings.
c) Research is conducted in the spirit of discovering new knowledge
rather than in defending a priori assumptions and beliefs that
are based on personal opinion. Theory is developed in the context
of evidence-based analysis.
is primarily devoted to research rather than to philosophical
speculation. Cosmic cybernetics serves as a theoretical framework
for CCRI because
It is elegant.
Results from prior research based on cosmic cybernetics have
provided useful information.
Results from prior research suggest that more definitive
findings are possible in future studies. The theoretical
framework employed by researchers can and should evolve
and develop in
response to research findings.
shares research results via papers submitted to journals and
posting of papers on the Internet.