>> This post was supposed to be a continuation of this one. It was never finished and never will be finished. It has sat in my drafts folder since I sloppily drafted it in September 22, 2009. I don’t need a grand unified theory (GUT) anymore. What I needed was a cohesive storyline. Thanks to Dolores Cannon’s books I have one now. More on that soon. Publishing this only because I didn’t have the heart to throw it away. – KG, June 14, 2010
If I was given a unified theory, however, I would want it to explain all of the following:
How can everything with mass (basically everything) pull on everything else in the universe at the same time, instantaneously? Doesn’t that require something acting upon something else faster than the supposed light speed limit?Most other interactions in the universe seem to take place via cause and effect chains; this object hits that, that object moves and hits that one.
(* if you are yelling angrily at the screen right now, then you are a nerd. click this and calm thyself.)
How can we simulate this in a program? Cellular Automata works with a discrete architecture where chains of cells can only be affected by the neighboring cells next to them. (For instance, one could set the universal rules where 4 or more neighbors in the ON position (black cell) can turn a white cell to black, and if a black cell has 3 or less black neighbors, then it becomes a white cell. It isn’t as racist as you think.)
define:speed of light
In Conway’s Game of Life (and related cellular automata), the speed of light is a propagation rate across the grid of exactly one step (either horizontally, vertically or diagonally) per generation
So it is claimed that these systems have universality because they can emulate any other system, but can they emulate gravity? That which acts upon something else instantly at a distance? Could I have little cells rotating around each other according to a gross simplification of the Newtonian gravitational laws? I can’t discover how it can be done. Think about it… let’s say we have one cellular layer of ‘matter’ and one cellular layer that only contains lines of force, like rows and rows of little compasses, one per cell. The matter layer is persistent (it doesn’t just vanish and appear anywhere, it moves a filled cell to the next cell based on a calculation of the aggregate of force lines (but what if forces are tied between two different non-canceling directions, like North by Northwest? Where would the black cube decide to go, the cell above it, or the cell above and to the left? there can be no randomness or it wouldn’t be legitimate automata, so perhaps my automata experiment needs to be rethought here.) You have two objects in cellular space and each one is constantly sending out ‘gravitational arrows of force’ (gravitons?) which spread to the entire universe… that’s a hell of a lot of energy expenditure, no? Where does it come from? If every action is paired with an equal and opposite re-action, then where is the counterpart? And even then it doesn’t act instantaneously, and multiple objects in the system causes pools of gravitational pull where force lines are tugging on each other, but maybe I shouldn’t let the gravitational force lines affect each other? But then I’d need one entire grid of forces per object to keep track of the gravitational effect of each piece of matter because each wave would be independent! Fuck it.
So, the idea that the universe is constructed of a uniform series of individual processors called cells which calculate the nature of their contents based on the neighbors doesn’t seem to be a valid working hypothesis for the theory of every structure, that is, unless each cell calculates its state by reviewing the states of every other cell in the universe. Highly unlikely? Unless geographic location is a myth and everything really is next to everything else in thoughtspace.
That, or science is wrong about gravity. Which honestly wouldn’t surprise me.
Sidenote: From the universal consciousness perspective one could say that everything that was one just wants to return to being one. Like breaking apart a magnetized iron rod into billions of little iron shavings, all of which mimic the original polarization with their own little north and south ends – and they may push and shove away when north comes to north, but in the end they want equilibrium, they all just want to be together. I find it easier to rationalize this universal compaction if I’m thinking about vibrational thought fields and I’m not limited to physical forces.
For Turtles: Gravity
Why does everything in the universe want to stick together with everything else? Because it was all one big thing at some point? Like if you pulled a solid piece of taffy into loads of tendrils coming from the center mass?
(note: the act of pulling taffy is actually adding air/space to the matter and reducing the overall density of the taffy. taking stuff and adding not-stuff/space! creates shape, the basis of what we call matter! the color spectrum is white light divided; one thing divided to many. music is frequencies divided by spaces. mmm…)
The Night Sky
Why is the night sky black?
Here’s some bullshit answers. What’s the real answer?
Nassim Harramein says it is because we are in a singularity (black hole) and that each of our atoms are a singularity as well, which is why they have such a strong local gravitational field. Hmm… interesting idea, but *shrug*? You’ve heard the riff about ‘It’s turtles all the way down‘? Well it’s singularities all the way down according to Nassim. And up.
Our eyes supposedly take an upside down image and make it right side up in our heads, right? Maybe the eye takes an inverse image of the universe and inverts it to the colors we see. Really, everything is light and the stars are holes in the sky, big light vacuums sucking it all down and puking out the heat which they can’t stomach.
For Turtles: The Night Sky
Why is it black when there’s all that light out there and light doesn’t diminish if not messed with (refracted) from A to B? Actually, even then it keeps careening on. Shouldn’t the night sky be full of light instead?
I’ve had some beers and fertilizer, so now it really is turtles all the way down!
We are spinning on a planet, spinning in a solar system, spinning in a galaxy, spinning in a universe, spinning in a toilet bowl, so we’re probably moving pretty damn fast. How can light be moving as fast as it does relative to the speed of all that other shit spinning? And how on earth could it be a relative constant for everybody? And why would the energetic content of an atom be tied to the speed of light? (E=MC^2, energy equals mass times the speed of light squared.)
A. Light is a particle.
B. Light is a wave.
C. Light is something else.
D. Light is consciousness.
Sorry scientists, the answer “light is a particle/wave duality” is so ridiculous I refuse to include it as a reasonable theory and you should be ashamed of yourselves for being such ignora-mooses.
Subatomic matter is certainly injected by a lot of space, where my subatomic golfball is more than a baseball field away from yours and nothing really contacts anything else except with forces/fields, but are subatomic particles made of quanta? Of light? Is it all light? Is light consciousness/thought?
A lot of UFO and spiritual and ghost and alien activity involves light, as it does with angel/bible stuff. UFO was a bright light in the sky that could change form, a light shone from a UFO through the window, picked me up, and pulled me through the matter in the window, I saw aliens appear in a pool of light, he held up a wand and touched me with a light, DNA exchanges light signals, and god appeared in a ball of light, i felt this light pass through me and energize me, I was meditating and breathed in light to my chakras and rose up in a body of light, there was a thread from the back of my neck made of silver light, I stared in the alien’s big black eyes and saw this swirling light that sucked me in, a vortex of light extended outward from my chest… I died and there was a light, don’t go into the light… go into the light…
> We are spinning on a planet, spinning in a solar system, spinning in a galaxy, spinning in a universe, spinning in a toilet bowl
What’s up with all the spinning in the universe? Interesting that a major theme of the universe seems to be polarity because it would take a push and pull to make spin/a vortex, or would that just create stasis? Maybe a third force is required to make spin?
Talk about complexity, water is a rather high complexity form as it can be gaseous, liquid, or solid fairly easily without too much coercion. And then we are, what, 70 percent water or something ridiculous?
What is it about water? Is a wave really just a cut-away of an expanding sphere?
Walking Across the Room
Catching a Baseball
Near Death Experience
* Simultaneous thoughts
(Not all reports of psychic phenomena are true, of course. But given the sheer number of reports we must assume that at least one of these events have been reported accurately. And if so, it needs to be considered real phenomena.)
* Predictive Dreams
Example: A woman has a dream that her village is about to get crushed by a mudslide. She tries to tell people, but they do not listen because it was just a dream. The next day her village gets crushed by a mudslide.
~ During traumatic events, humans send psychic information forward and backward through time which manifest within dreams, premonitions, or intuition. The interactions of inert matter is only through causal effects, but the group conscious mind is able to traverse time to manipulate human and consciousness-related affairs.
~ Human beings co-create and maintain the entirety of the illusion of reality simultaneously, past present, and future, including the creation and influence of supposed ‘inert’ matter (like rocks, galaxies, mountains and mudslides) and are subconsciously aware of the grand design as well as that of the individual. In other words, we make the illusion/movie, and we make the storyline of a lady who has been given a peek at that in order to constantly remind ourselves that there is something else going on besides the movie.