LOA to Oneness
reading a cool book: the force of symmetry by Vincent lcke which is about why "where is what when"; basically it says in classical mechanics 'where' is space, 'what' is particle, and 'when' is time; then goes on to say with relativity theres spacetime and 'where' and 'when' merge; next "quantization allows up to give meaning to 'small' and 'large', which is necessary if we want to explain large complex systems in terms of smaller and simpler ones." So it the says that the word quantum takes the place of particle which presents the issue of uncertainty which "brings us dangerously close to allowing chaos to reign on the world." so finally goes into the concept of symmetry which allows for a world that has order and one closest to what I think of things which is that in short that possibilities are endless but not probabilities. The book is strickly physics oriented but I think it is cool cause before symmetry it's kinda like LOA and afterwords its more of how I would order things which is like the concept on 'oneness'.
The ending sentence of the paragraph I've been quoting from the introduction sounds pretty cool "Thus, the 'where', 'when' and 'what' are folded together into one, the vacuum (perhaps, in the most modern theories, this is a ten-dimensional kind of stuff). In this amazing picture, the properties of the vaccum encompass all the workings of the Universe."
[color="Green"][size="1"]Offspring The Meaning of Life:
By the way - I know your path has been tried and so - It may seem like the way to go - Me, I'd rather be found - Trying something new - I gotta go find my own way - I gotta go make my own mistakes - Sorry for feeling, feeling the way I do