History and Philosophy of Physics

   

A Fundamental Description of the Universe and Its Associated Workings

Authors: John Raymond

Abstract: Mainstream physics typically ignores the energy type condition of ontological-reality and its associated effects after the Big Bang explosion. This includes the holistic universal real life condition and its associated units of influences as well, which includes nature. I propose that by considering the effects of the universe’s four primary informational energy types it is possible to ontologically develop a meaningful reference frame of local and non-local information to satisfy this contemporary scientific anomaly. I further suggest that my approach provides indicative insight into what might be the energy-type of the conditionless-void matrix of reality as well. This is all that “IS”. I believe that following the release of the energy-type of the Big Bang the Big Bang itself became the point of singularity for all the conditions, influences and effects that constitute the universe that scientists theorise it probably is. I propose that the primary energy effect of the Big Bang was an ontological irreducible one. I believe that this irreducible energy effect provides the essential conditions of all universal life forms and their associated informational meaning. The human mind is an energy type that is informationally representative of the wider irreducible energy type. This presentation seeks to structurally demonstrate this entangled holistic-reality condition. conceptscience@bigpond.com

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[v1] 2018-03-21 04:51:35
[v2] 2018-05-03 11:08:52 (removed)
[v3] 2018-05-22 10:59:18

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