(Segment of a 2500 year old Turkish carpet)
(The oldest known carpet in the world found in Pazyryk, Altai Mountains of Central Asia)

Welcome to Polat Kaya's web page. Here, you may view a number of my papers covering a range of subjects from Dreams and Nightmares to Cosmology to Central Asia, History and Ancient Civilizations. Hopefully, it will constitute an important contribution to our understanding of ourselves, our past and our universe. In addition to my papers here, I have a Polat Kaya library (located in Yahoo Groups) where I have many more papers on a variety of subjects.  You will find them very enlightening.

EM-space and Renewal-at-Pi Cosmology (a revisit of space and gravity) is a unique theory of space, gravity and the universe. In this paper, I try to explain the universe in a way that is different from mainstream views. As the Big Bang theory is presently having difficulties in explaining some aspects of the observed cosmos, my theory may be a welcome alternative for viewing the past, present and future of our Universe. My paper was published in Physics Essays, Vol. 10, No. 2, pages 204 to 247, June 1997 issue, an Ottawa (Canada) based international journal of science. Due to the extensive length of the paper and formulations, I have provided only its abstract here, at least for the time being. Abstract in English      Abstract in Turkish

Reading of the Lemnos Island Inscription is, I believe, the first deciphering of this Pelasgian inscription found on the island of Lemnos in the Aegean Sea. Curiously, it becomes clear from the contents of this inscription that Pelasgians were Turkic speaking people belonging to the Saka group of Turks and that they were living in some of the Aegean Islands as well as in differing parts of the Balkans from about 1200 B.C. to about 500 B.C.

Dreams and Nightmares provides an original explanation for our dreams and nightmares which are proposed here as part of nature's self alarm system for a sleeping brain.

HERITAGE CENTRAL ASIA will be of interest to all Turks and Turkophile readers. A number of papers in this section revisit Central Asia's past and analyze certain cultural and linguistic aspects that are very pertinent to the history of Central Asia. Analysis of past events is made in the light of modern knowledge of the area and the world in general. In addition to linguistic kinship data, additional culture related data are presented here that constitute important links connecting the Sumerians to Tur/Turk people and Central Asia.

TÜRKIYE: Here are some of my writings in Turkish.

Polat_Kaya Library Please visit my Yahoo Groups library for my more up to date writings on subjects with new insights such as: anagrammatizing of Turkish words and expressions; manufacturing of languages from ancient Turkish; make-up of Greek, Latin, Indo-European and Semitic languages from Turkish; names such as:  Tur, Turk, Turkish, Oguz, Dravidian (Tamil), Sumerian, Masarian (Egypt and Egyptian), Tutankhamun, Babylon, Tower of Babel: Part-1,    Part-2,    Part-3,    Part-4,    Part-5,    Part-6 ("Exodus"),    Athena, Arachne (Greek mythology),    Antiochus, Selecuid,   Constantine,   Byzantium,   Basil,    Andronicus Comnenus,    Theodoros and Theodora,    Justinianus,    Theodosius,   Alexander the Great,    Diogenes,   Romanus,   Lydia (Timocracy),   Phrygian Gordium (Gordian, Gordian knot, Gordius),    Troy,    Avesta, Zoroaster, Zarathustra, Zoroastrian,    Saraswati,   Asclepius (Aesculapius), milkweed, acibal (aci bal),    "Birata Dil" (Türkçe) / "Proto Language" (Turkish),    Zeus (Greek mythology),    Muses (Greek mythology),    Turkish-Sumerian Kinship,    and many more.

My New Insight On Some Old Subjects.

Rug and Art Gallery
provides a few samples of my rug and art designs.  

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