History and Philosophy of Physics

   

One Approach to Understanding the Big Picture [reality]

Authors: John Raymond

Abstract: I have constructed an illustrative work written more especially for people who may care to look at wider reality and our associated lives. This is in a different manner from which you have probably heard before. This is a philosophical document that may also be useful for student perusal. I think that it is important that young students are encouraged to not be afraid to think about more than just mainstream relativity science. There is room in physics for informational science along the lines that I have written on your behalf today. It is called sub-quantum physics. I say that Big Picture Reality may have informationally emerged from an imaginary jigsaw like matrix of information before the Big Bang. I say that information before the Big Bang is virtual and information after the Big bang is real. I talk about how virtual and real information may come together to help us to understand how our universe might work as well as how it may impact upon our daily lives. This includes how we might make the types of decisions that we do and subsequently behave. conceptscience@bigpond.com

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[v1] 2018-05-03 07:04:51
[v2] 2018-05-23 01:23:02
[v3] 2018-07-12 09:11:57

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