The IAT (Institute of General Theory) has been founded in 2001 by Hagen Betzwieser. His co-researchers Martin Maurer and Goran Zivadinovic were members from 2001 to 2006 and are also fellows of the tenth generation.
THE UNIVERSE IS A DELICACY FOR EVERYONE WHO LOVES TO ORGANIZE.
It is white noise containing information. By combining and linking arbitrary fix points therein, new realities can be defined. The IAT considers itself as a laboratory for aesthetosophical thought experiments; dealing with art, design, fiction and science as well as the relationships and interconnections among these fields. The postmodern heap of ruins is a playground for independent field research and reality engineering. Aided by free association and subconscious precision, the IAT generates hypotheses and implements processes for verification. The deduced realizations and ideas are substantiated, communicated and archived. This process of organization leads to a growing number of results, which IAT condenses into general theory.