Originally Posted by desert rat
I just skimmed through your text,it looks like your starting a book.
I am the author of this proposed alternative model on the nature of physical reality. Any book which I may write, will be based on science and physics. I have begun to construct a website which will describe the model in detail.
My problem is that my powers of description leaves a lot to be desired. This primarily stems from the fact that the model describes an entirely holistic universe. Every aspect of the proposed theory is an integral part of the whole. Trying to find where to begin describing the model is like trying to get on a merry go round whilst it's moving. I find myself constantly having to backtrack to describe another [seemingly disparate ] aspect of the model in order that the aspect I am presently describing makes sense to the reader.
The following 1st draft excerpt describes the connection between consciousness and gravity.
The black hole of the big Bang occured in the past of the relative present moment of the parent universe in which it was created. The singularity represents the creation of a new universe.
The gravity pulse which radiates out from the singularity is therefore expanding into a vacuum of nothingness.*The radial velocity of the pulse of the expansion*of space is determined by the degree of*energy used by the living being who performed the particular physical manoeuvre in the parent universe. The value of the energy expounded by the creator in the parent universe in the execution of the manoeuvre determines the specific* relative Planck constant of that particular new universe.**
The expansion of the gravity pulse in free space [of the Big Bang of the*new 'child' universe] occurs in specific shells with radii corresponding with the Planck constant. The front edge of the folding of free space in increments of 1 relative Planck length to 1 relative second therefore also represents the relative radial velocity of the expansion of time from the moment of the BB.* Since space is folded by the gravity pulse in increments of 1 Planck length, therefore also means that the flow of*time is itself quantised.* **
Gravity is the physical manifestation of consciousness.*The existence*of an apparent force of gravity is a consequence of the perpetual movement of matter within the universe and that* the sole cause of all movement in the universe is consciousness*. The movement of matter creates the space-time in which matter itself*becomes physically manifest.*
When it becomes impossible for any information to be transferred between any 2 points A,B in space, then any local event which occurs at either A or B can never affect the physical condition of the other.
If we imagine a hypothetical cosmos where the whole content of the universe consisted of only 2 stars A,B which are surrounded by their respective planetary*solar systems. Assume in this hypothetical situation that the 2 dimensional distance between points A,B is expanding at a fixed rate over time. Although* the light from each star will become increasingly red-shifted over time, the positions of each star relative to each other within their 2 dimensional relationship can be regarded as unmoving and static.*
If we regard both stars in isolation for the time being, the nuclei of both are surrounded by the*matter which rotates around the centre*and which accounts for*the mass of the star.* *[ And which is also the source of the* mutual force of gravity exerted on both*].
If we assume that the specific local rotational velocity of the matter which exists at the surface of each star remains constant for both - and if we extrapolate the distance by which the stars separate to infinity, then we eventually reach a distance between them where the rotational velocity of the matter at the surface of each star fails to register at A,B as 1 Planck length of lateral movement per 1 Planck second.*
When this specific distance is achieved it no longer becomes possible to transfer information from the surface of star*A,B to it's neighbour and any*gravitational influence*between them ceases.* As the distance between both solar systems continues to increase, we eventually also reach a distance where the rotational velocity of the planets also fails to register locally as any lateral movement at A,B. At this distance the solar systems of A,B can be regarded as being static relative to each other and becomes a single point of increasingly red shifted light having no local gravitational affect.* Since the transfer of*information between the 2 stars becomes impossible, their existences relative to each other would become unknowable and*would signify the end of that*hypothetical 2 star universe.*
The moment in time and space that the ability*to transfer of information between any 2 points in 2 dimensions ceases is determined by the radial distance between them and the lateral velocity of the matter which rotates around the single point coordinate.*
After 13.7 billion years of the expansion of time and space, we exist on the Planck shell which occurred at the moment when the lateral movement of that shell relative to the static coordinate of the BB, became zero.* All matter which exists on that shell can therefore be regarded as being static in time.* *
All matter which exists on the surface of the sphere/shell can be regarded as being represented as a particle. On the surface of the sphere, a*particle exists only in the present - and every particle of matter has a finite lifespan which*it exists in the present* as a solid object having mass and volume. The lifespan of a particle of matter is determined by it's Planck radius . The latter also determines the wavelength position* of the elemental particle in the EM spectrum*when measured over time.* **
* Consciousness in our universe*occured 13.7 billion years after the moment of the BB,*when the lateral movement of the region of the universe in which we exist became zero relative to the coordinate in spacetime of the Big Bang. This universal expansion of space and time*event occurred as a shell or sphere having a*specific*radius [ as determined by the distance travelled at the speed of light after 13.7 billion years].*
When this event occurred the only force which exists in the universe at that specific moment in time [ ie, the gravity wave pulse of the Big Bang ] ceases to have any influence on any event which occurs on the surface of the Planck sphere. If the only energy which exists in the universe is that which was created at the moment of the BB and if we assume that the BB energy is expanding 'into'* a free space vacuum, and that therefore there is no energy which exists 'outside' the shell,* then this event should theoretically signify the end of the universe.
Consciousness*is represented by a wavelength frequency which is determined by the time it takes to fold one quantum of space. This specific period of time it takes to form a shell with a radius of 1 Planck length represents 1 Planck second**- ie the velocity of*a gravity pulse through free space and which therefore represents the velocity of the speed of light.
The behaviour over time of any matter* which exists 'in' the shell is no longer influenced by the energy of the BB. The behaviour of matter in the shell must therefore only be being influenced over time by a 2nd force which is not the energy of the BB.* If this was not the case, then the moment that the the shell reaches the critical distance relative to the BB would signify the end of the movement of matter in the universe. If there was no 2nd force and without the influence of the energy of the BB to govern the movement of matter over time in one particular direction, then the particles of matter if left to their own devices would take the natural path of least resistance*and* lie static on the surface of the sphere/shell.* Time and space would cease to exist.*
The future path of inanimate matter which exists on the surface of the sphere with regard to any given physical event* and when unaffected*by an external force and when the possible future path is limited to one of 2 choices, will always be 50/50 with regard to the chances of which actual*path that the particle eventually takes.
All living matter can only exist on a Planck sphere with a radius which is a whole integer of Planck time.* * Human beings exist on the surface of a shell which has a wavelength frequency in the vacuum of free space which accommodates the evolutionary development over eons of time*of the eventual ability of a living organism to be able to choose between a minimum of 2 choices which way it moves in 3D space.* The aspect of the*intentionality of the living organism to be able to choose between 2 possible options, and perhaps overrule any instinctive actions,**represents the existence of the beginning of intelligent consciousness in a living organism.*
It should also be noted that the intentionality of physical actions of the organism also represents the base definition of the organism possessing an element of free will.**Consciousness is therfore an evolved characteristic which can only be acquired by organisms possessing a certain *sufficient level of*intelligence.**
The movement of* inanimate matter if left undisturbed by any external 3rd force* does not*disturb the synchronicity of the equilibrium of space and time which exists on the surface of the Planck shell. A pen lying on a table will do nothing and just lie there for all eternity unless influenced by a force which is external to it.
At some point over eons of*time in the evolutionary history of life on our planet, there must have been a moment when a single living organism which possessed the ability to decide which physical action to take and in which direction it will go, realised at the most basic level that it's actions in the present directly influenced it's physical state in the future.**That moment represents the beginning of the epoch in the evolution of life on this planet where the behaviour of inanimate matter *was*directly influenced by the consciousness of the living*organisms which inhabited it's surface.*
If we recall that the original organism ultimately exists on the 2-D surface of a Planck shell,* then at* the precise*moment that the organism performs the specific physical manoeuvre which creates a*big bang, the new universe which expands out from that BB now also includes the revised level of consciousness of the organism.*
Every new 'child' universe which is created by a living organism, is identical to the*universe as it exists at that precise 'frozen' moment in the present of the parent universe - except now for the inclusion of the free will consciousness of the living organism which initiated the specific physical action which created the particular Big Bang event.*
Since the organism is static in time on the surface of the Planck sphere, the wavelength of the new level of consciousness becomes instantly amenable to every living organism which presently exists on the surface of the sphere at that moment. With the new found ability to manipulate inanimate matter to it's advantage, it enabled life not only to survive but to begin to flourish. This particular moment of*amelioration*of different species of organisms*on the planet would perhaps explain the Cambrian explosion.* * * * * *