Center for Perfection Studies • The Big Board–Little Universe Project • USA • October 6, 2017 •
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BY BRUCE CAMBER October 2017 USA
Three Basic Assumptions about Spacetime
1. Perfections. There are perfections within physical spacetime that are best described as continuities, symmetries and harmonies within experience. The continuities and symmetries can also be readily measured. Although many types of harmony (two interacting symmetries) are more elusive, the most-common examples are within music.
2. Imperfections. Quantum fluctuations appear to be the most fundamental expression of the imperfect; however, within this model, the mind, and all manifestations of consciousness, are postulated to be part of the hypostatic notations (i.e. 50-60). Though these appear to be beyond the measuring capacity of our current tools and devices, we know too well that the human mind is capable of the most painful manifestations of the imperfect (asymmetries and discontinuities). So imperfections extend into the hypostatic structures of things.
3. Light has been too narrowly defined. In this model (theory) light uniquely defines each notation. We have a sense of visible light. We intellectually understand the ranges on both sides of the spectrum of visible light; that is ultraviolet, x-ray, and gamma rays going smaller on one side and infrared, microwave, radio waves and long radio waves getting larger on the other. Of course, one extends to the Planck length/time and the other extends to the Size of the Universe/Age of the Universe on the other. Gamma wavelengths are within notation 76, X-rays within 78, visible light in 95 and red light in 96. In this model of the universe, all notations are always active. It would seem that the past (time) is some kind of eidetic-and-dynamic imprint on the universe as given within the moment.
More Samplings of Many Faces of Spacetime
Ron Cowen
The essence of quantum entanglement and space-time geometry.
Elizabeth Gibney
Gil Lonzarich, phase transitions and quantum fluctuations.
McTaggart and his 1908 work, “The Unreality of Time.”
Albert Einstein within his theory of gravity. He says time is relative-and-dynamical-and-inextricably interwoven with directions x, y and z into a four-dimensional “space-time” fabric. Mentor-sponsor, Max Planck, Planck base units
For more:The foundations first: |
Let’s study the numbers: | Analyzing the numbers: • Measuring an Expanding Universe • Thrust of the Universe • Let’s study numbers • The Universe Clock • Small-Human-Large Scale • Solipsism-Narcissism-Nihilism • Preliminary article: hypostatics • Explore the universe? • Big bang theory unnecessary • Why this model until now? Where do we go from here? • Contacting scholars • Index of many articles |