Does anyone know how to connect to the dalai lama? I believe one of his primary interests is to connect buddhism and science. Most of his progress seems limited by the traditionally external, or objective, experiments conducted on buddhists when they meditate. I believe there is another way to bring new found respect to buddhism and science, and it is much more in terms of the internal, subjective science, that buddhism offers.
So, if mathematics is the universally accepted operating system of science, then is there an equivalent operating system in the study of subjective experience? I believe there is, and it is the minimal language that is mathematics. I believe that if buddhists conduct certain experiments within their own minds, they might be able to verify the subjective processes that we do when we conduct mathematics, or even simple arithmetic.
If this is true, then this way of looking at maths may validate buddhism in a way that enables scientists and western society to conduct the necessary changes for the world to improve.
Anyone in london where I live, so I can show what I have learned in person? Otherwise, this booklet contains the result of my exploration so far, written when I was in thaland last year: http://www.lulu.com/content/paperback-book/xq-solution/5467448