Hartmut Müller, born in the GDR, graduated in philosophy and natural sciences at the University of St. Petersburg, Russia. Until 1990 he worked as a university professor in Russia and made contributions in applied mathematics to Soviet space research projects. For his scientific research in the field of Global Scaling and his commitment to ethics in science, he received the Vernadski medal, the highest recognition of the non-governmental Russian Inter-Academic Society.
Global Scaling is a universal law of cosmological significance allowing for the prediction of the behavior of highly complex processes – from particle and nuclear physics to astrophysics, geophysics, biophysics and economics. Hartmut is recognized for his public engagement for non-military application of scientific research. In an interview he stated: “New findings in particle physics, geo- and astrophysics and the discovery of extrasolar planetary systems deliver strong confirmations of Global Scaling that could be the new scientific paradigm – explaining mathematically how sub-atomic and galactic scales are directly related to biological life, thus realizing the infinite harmony of the universe.”
Since 2015, Hartmut has been conducting scientific research in the Community of Living Ethics and teaching at the school of naturopathy “Naturovaloris”.
- Global Scaling of Planetary Systems. Progress in Physics, 2018, vol. 2, 99-105
- Quantum Gravity Aspects of Global Scaling and the Seismic Profile of the Earth. Progress in Physics, 2018, vol. 1, 41-45
- Astrobiological Aspects of Global Scaling. Progress in Physics, 2018, vol. 1, 3-6
- Scale-Invariant Models of Natural Oscillations in Chain Systems and their Cosmological Significance. Progress in Physics, 2017, vol. 4, 189-199
- Chain Systems of Harmonic Quantum Oscillators as a Fractal Model of Matter and Global Scaling in Biophysics. Progress in Physics, 2017, vol. 4, 231-233
- Global Scaling as Heuristic Model for Search of Additional Planets in the Solar System. Progress in Physics, 2017, vol. 4, 204-206
- Scaling of body masses and orbital periods in the Solar system as consequence of gravity interaction elasticity. // Abstracts of the XII. International Conference on Gravitation, Astrophysics and Cosmology, dedicated to the centenary of Einstein’s General Relativity theory. Moscow, PFUR, 2015
- Emergence of Particle Masses in Fractal Scaling Models of Matter. Progress in Physics, 2012, vol. 4, 44–47
- A Melodia da Criacao. Como o conceito da Escala Global auxilia na busca pelo equilibrio. Entrevista do Hartmut Müller. QuantumLife, vol 2, 2015
- Global Scaling. Special 1, raum & zeit, Ehlers Verlag, 2010, ISBN 978-3-934196-82-7
- Global Scaling. Basis eines neuen wissenschaftlichen Weltbildes. München, 2009, ISBN 978-3-940965-21-9
- Müller H. Scaling as Fundamental Property of Natural Oscillations and the Fractal Structure of Space-Time. // Foundations of Physics and Geometry. Peoples Friendship University of Russia, 2008 (in Russian)