I was born in Beijing at 21, august, 1968. My father and mother were computer engineers. In my childhood, I was repelled from normal happiness because of inharmonious family and bad health. So I was attracted to a personal interest--telling story to myself, which greatly trained my ability to imagine. I read Einstein's biography at about twelve, and found that Einstein thought imagination is the top ability for a researcher. So I prepared my research ability very early by chance.

After reading Einstein's biography, I had the desire to be a good physicist because there was little interesting in China twenty years ago. But I was dissatisfied with the "fate" character of research success. I believed there must exist ways to increase the possibility of success to nearly 100%, the beginning to study advantage of methodology. So I spent a lot of time on finding good research methods, also thought a great deal on whether a method has an invariant advantage or not. After long time of thinking in middle school, I gradually believed there is objective "advantage" for each method. So I thought that teachers could not tell me the correct research methods: they would succeed if they could. So I believed that imitating an excellent physicist is the best way to succeed. And I decided to imitate Einstein. This history gave me a firsthand knowledge about imitation.

I was especially focused on self-study and problems, both learned from Einstein's biography. I was fairly depressed when I found that I could not propose a problem as good as Einstein when I was sixteen(Einstein proposed his famous problem at sixteen). After playing freely for one year, I prepared for a country-wide physics contest. In the preparation, I learned to propose physics problems freely and proposed many problems. So I finished my ability preparation on "questioning".

In 1986, just before I entered Peking university, I proposed a problem: if any realized structure can be man-made, can human beings build universe? If this universe is too large, can we build a small universe? So at the beginning of my research, I spent a lot of time on how to produce universe from several abstract modules? This lead to my belief that a system is irrelated with basic modules, it is just related with their mutual relations. This is the initial understanding for the universality of truth.

In university, I had strong faith and was "captivated" by "constructing universe". In order to know exactly where to put every physical quantity in the building of universe, I tried to make physics a construtive theory. I believed this will make physical concepts simple and less abstract. I was sick of abstract expression because of the belief that physics should not be abstract. I believed I could rewrite physics in a much more simple way.

I discovered "learning serves for research" principle in university, based on research experiences from Einstein and myself. According to the principle, an ideal researcher should not learn any useless knowledge. I did not study well in university because I did not know which part of modern science is necessary for my research. I thought it would not be too late to learn because I was confident for my ability to learn when needed. I questioned the principle and other beliefs many times because of slow progress in my research and bad grade. But I could not find any mistake in logic.

Lack of judgment ability is an important reason for the slow progress of my early research. From logic, I believed that imagination and judgment are the kernel research ability. Although I trained my imagination ability successfully, I was not sure about training judgment ability. This greatly increased the risk for my research.

Loneliness in research is another factor making my research high-risk. I often doubted that why no one chose the fairly obvious way. Did I overlooked a logic bug? In those difficult days, I received important help form Beethoven. When I was defeated by difficulties, I listened to his symphonies and gained strength again. After I got through those difficult years, I am a little afraid to hear his symphonies, because it would remind me of the difficult time.

At first, I followed the mathematical way: constructing universe from abstract concept. I tried many mathematical tools, like lattice air, graph theory, formal logic, etc. After three years of hard research and hundreds of failures, I lost direction. In the meantime, the political affair happened at June 1989 broke my belief on freedom and directly pushed me into a deep research valley. I started to think more on politics: what is good society?

So when I graduated in 1990, I was an expert in knowledge pursuit, having many unsolved physical problems in mind, starting to pay attention to social progress. Since I was shy in social communicating, I decided to avoid argument by making an important discovery to show the advantage of my research methods-- to give my research methods a decision test. Unexpectedly, these methods became an important part of the Truth Unification theory, which was discovered in 1992-1993.

Unknown where to break through in physics and with growing opposition to martial laws, I turned to study economics and strategics in 1991, wanted to establish a good social system. In late 1991, I discovered that the key of economy is the exchange between consumers and producers, just like the interaction between positive charges and nagative charges in universe. So I started to establish a mapping between basic concepts in economy and universe. It took me about two years to establish mapping for most of the basic concepts, and research also joined the mapping in the autumn of 1992.

I admired Napoleon's talent, and learned unique-goal principle from his strategics in 1991. In 1992, when I thought about the reason for the similarity between universe and economy, I remembered this principle. So I proposed that universe follows the principle too: pursuing a quantity the best, just like happiness pursuit in society and knowledge pursuit in research. I found that the quantity is negative action in 1995, and found the meaning for each term in may 2000.

In 1992 and 1993, I tried to build universe with the "bricks" borrowed from economics and research. After some time, I established science of pursuit in 1994. I also translated many physical laws into perfect pursuit methods. But I still did not know how to decide field distribution. My paper was refused and I posted some basic discoveries on usenet from 1997 to 1999.

Apart from "Nihility is Unstable", I had a fairly long time without important discoveries from 1995 to 2000. Maybe it was necessary for me to understand my discoveries better, so as to give later development a steady foundation. In this period, I had a daughter and went to work and researched in spare time. When I was on vacation in May, 2000, I discovered "expected pursued quantity" to explain action of field, and axiomatized science physics, science about a perfect pursuit system, at once.

After another refusal in January 2001, I decided to establish a web site. In the end of June, I discovered "Truth Evolutionism" to organize all my previous research works into one focus: deduce all truth from perturbations in nihility. I made the discovery when I was editing my pages. I did not realize the importance until I wrote more and more results in the following days. It makes 2001 a brilliant start for the new millenium, in which human beings may establish a perfect society. I would like to name the the millenium "Perfect Millenium".

Finally, from the bottom of my heart, I will acknowledge Einstein, Beethoven and Napoleon. They helped me to start research, to insist and to succeed. They taught me good research methods, to strive for success and gave me the kernel hint for the final answer. Without their help, my success is hard to imagine.

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