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“The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.”
― Nikola Tesla

Seeing what others cannot...


Doug Howarth unleashed a paradigm shift. He discovered Hypernomics. It alters economics in the same way relativity changed physics, as it uses new frames of reference. It starts with four dimensions and adds time for a fifth. But, there is no upper limit to the dimensions considered. It finds the linked, opposing, self-organizing states of Value and Demand at work against each other at all times - just like the game of tug-of-war. 

At age 14, Doug Howarth sensed the plotting systems created by René Descartes were inadequate for many tasks. Decades later, he made a series of startling discoveries. He found the economy self-organizes in recognizable opposing patterns and devised ways to portray markets in four, five, or any number of dimensions. Doug named this new field Hypernomics. In 2011, he formed a company, Hypernomics, Inc., who show their customers how to take advantage of Hypernomics. Hypernomics. Inc. has worked for NASA, United Technologies, Lockheed Martin and Raytheon, among others. Along with two of his Hypernomics colleagues, he was awarded US Patent Number 10,402,838 for Multivariable Regression Analysis, the world's first software designed to deconstruct markets into their 4D structures.

Doug has written 13 peer-reviewed publications across four continents.  They've been issued by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), and the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences (ICAS), among others. NASA has requested that he speak to them three times. He has spoken to the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) in London four times, and they have published his peer-reviewed work as well. A sought-after speaker, he has addressed international conferences in Albuquerque, Amsterdam, Belo Horizonte (Brazil), Big Sky (Montana), Brussels, Denver, Houston, Montreal, Melbourne (Australia), New York, New Orleans, Phoenix, St. Louis, St. Petersburg (Russia), Seattle, and Tampa. He presented his paper entitled “A 7D Trade” in Brazil in September 2018.

In 2018, he won a second Best Paper Award.  International Cost Estimating and Analysis Association gave it to him for a paper entitled, “Demand, Recurring Costs, and Profitability.”


Doug Howarth customizes speeches by industry. Here are his current topics:

  •    4D Innovation

  •    Turning Imagination Into Reality

  •    Be First To 4D


Dr. Paul M. Bevilaqua 

2017 Recipient of the Daniel Guggenheim Medal, Neil Armstrong Distinguished Visiting Fellow at Purdue University

“Doug Howarth introduces the big, new idea that the demand for a product can be predicted in terms of its dollar value to the consumer.  He describes the specific steps required to determine the value of a new product in comparison to what it will cost, in order to make sound business decisions regarding product development.   Doug Howarth’s work is based on his years of experience with new product development in industry and should be considered essential for anyone in business.”

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