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Tomorrow’s Science Today

If a complete unified theory was discovered, it would only be a matter of time before it
wasdigested and simplified … and taught in schools, at least in outline. We should then all be able to have some understanding of the laws that
govern the universe and are responsible for ourexistence.

(A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking, Introduction by Carl Sagan– Bantam Press 1988, page 168)


Professor Stephen Hawking

So let‘s give credit where credit is due and encourage the scientists to pursue the mathematics and measurements which we may find boring andtedious, but let‘s remind them occasionally that maths and measures are nothingunless we all gain … some understanding of the laws that govern the universe and are responsible for ourexistence.



Beginning of

Intergalactic And Time Travel, Einstein's Relativity, Bohr's Atomic Model, Dark Matter, Dark And Negative Energy, String Theory / Unification, The Law Of Conservation, And Combining Newtonian And Relativistic Gravity With Standing Waves And Quantum Probability Waves

With Liberated Science‘s

Implications For Religion And Philosophy As Well As Everyday Life In The Light Of The Concept of an Electronic And Holographic Universe Shaped Like A Mobius Loop
I saw a video (Hidden Dimensions: Exploring Hyperspace - in which it was stated that
mathematicians are free to imagine anything while physicists work in a very different environment constrained by experiment, and that
constrained by experiment, and that
1988) said scientists work in a straitjacket. Well, 1988) said scientists work in a straitjacket. Well, 1955) said Imagination is more important than knowledge so let‘s see what happens when we throw away everyday tradition and conformity, let our imaginations fly (while trying to stay grounded in science and
technology), and thus release science from its straitjacket!

This article has its beginnings in cellular automata (in mathematics and computer science, collections of cells on a grid that evolve through a number of discrete time steps according to a set of rules based on the states of neighbouring cells) and grew into a belief that the universe
(electromagnetism, gravitation, space-time and, as we‘ll see, 5th dimensional hyperspace) has a digital (electronic) foundation.

It logically leads to assertions of instant
intergalactic travel, time travel into the past as well as the future (neither of which can be altered), of unification of the large-scale universe with smallscale quantum particles, that the universe is a computer-generated hologram, that everyone who ever lived can have eternal life and health, that motion is an illusion caused by the rapid display of digitally generated "frames", that the entire universe is contained in (or unified with) every one of its particles, that the terms
computer-generated and computer do not necessarily refer to an actual machine sending out binary digits or qubits, that we only possess a small degree of free will, that humanity could have created our universe and ourselves though unification physics says a being called God must nevertheless exist and likewise be Creator, and that Einstein's E=mc2 equation could be modified for the 21st century, reflecting the digital nature of reality. Though these things may be unbelievable in 2011, we should not ignore the possibilities of their being true or of their showing that reality is indeed digital because they are the logical product of already demonstrated electrical engineering and trips into space, science is investigating time travel and unification, the notion of motion has been suspect to some ever since the ancient Greek philosopher Zeno of Elea
(490?-420? B.C.) argued that motion is absurd, and many religions worldwide speak of God and have some concept of survival of bodily death.


Little Einstein writing E=mc2 and poking out tongue like Big Einstein did for photographers on his 70th birthday


In July 2009, electrical engineer Hong Tang and his team at Yale University in the USA
demonstrated that, on silicon chip-and transistorscales, light can attract and repel itself like electric charges/magnets (Discover magazine‘s "Top 100 Stories of 2009 #83: Like Magnets, Light Can Attract and Repel Itself" by Stephen Ornes, from the January-February 2010 special issue; published online December 21, 2009). This is the optical force, a phenomenon that theorists first predicted in 2005 (this time delay is rather confusing since James Clerk Maxwell showed that light is an electromagnetic disturbance approx. 140 years ago). In the event of the universe having an underlying electronic foundation (hopefully, my summary will make it clear that this must be so– also … an electronic universe is a necessary precursor to scientific fulfilment of Star Trek's "magic" which becomes clear as these steps are read), it would be composed of "silicon chip-and transistorscales and the Optical Force would not be restricted to microscopic scales but could operate universally. Tang proposes that the optical force could be exploited in
telecommunications. For example, switches based on the optical force could be used to speed up the routing of light signals in fibre-optic cables, and optical oscillators could improve cell phone signal processing.
If all forms of EM (electromagnetic) radiation can attract/repel, radio waves will also cause communication revolution e.g. with the Internet and mobile (cell) phones - I anticipate that there may be no more overexposure to ultraviolet or Xrays. In agreement with the wave-particle duality of quantum mechanics, EM waves have particlelike properties (more noticeable at high
frequencies) so cosmic rays (actually particles) are sometimes listed on the EM spectrum beyond its highest frequency of gamma rays. If cosmic rays are made to repel, astronauts going to Mars or another star or galaxy would be safe from potentially deadly radiation. And if all particles in the body can be made to attract or repel as necessary, doctors will have new ways of restoring patients to health.
From 1929 til his death in 1955, Einstein worked on his Unified Field Theory with the aim of uniting electromagnetism (light is one form of this) and gravitation. Future achievement of this means warps of space (gravity, according to General Relativity) between spaceships/stars could be attracted together, thereby eliminating distance. And "warp drive" would not only come to life in future science/technology ... it would be improved tremendously, almost beyond imagination. This reminds me of the 1994 proposal by Mexican physicist Miguel Alcubierre of a method of stretching space in a wave which would in theory cause the fabric of space ahead of a spacecraft to contract and the space behind it to expand. Therefore, the ship would be carried along in a warp bubble like a person being transported on an escalator, reaching its destination faster than a light beam restricted to travelling outside the warp bubble. There are no practical known methods to warp space– however, this extension of the Yale demonstration in electrical engineering may provide one.


Star Trek‘s warp -driven Enterprise

Elimination of diseased matter and/or eliminating the distance in time between a patient and
recovery from any adverse medical condition– even death– would be a valuable way of restoring health. With time travel in an electronic universe, people who have long since died could have their minds downloaded into clones of their bodies - a modification of ideas published by
robotics/artificial intelligence pioneer Hans
Moravec, inventor/futurist Ray Kurzweil and others
-allowing them to recover from death
(establishing colonies throughout space and time would prevent overpopulation). If the distance in time between recovery and a patient is
reduced to zero; prevention of any adverse
medical condition, including that of a second
death for those resurrected, can occur and we can enjoy resurrection to eternal life.
Since Relativity says space and time can never exist separately, warps in space are actually warps in space-time. Eliminating distances in space also means distances between both future and past times are eliminated - and time travel becomes reality. This is foreseen by the
Enterprise time-travelling back to 20th-century Earth in the 1986 movie "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home" and by Star Trek's "subspace communications". Doing away with distances in space and time also opens the door to Star Treklike teleportation. Teleportation wouldn‘t involve reproducing the original and there would be no need to destroy the original body– we would simply be here one moment, and there the next (wherever and whenever our destination is). Can anything more specific about the mechanics of time travel be stated here? If we get into a spaceship and eliminate the distance between us and a planet 700 light-years away, it'll not only be possible to arrive at the planet instantly but we'll instantly be transported 700 years into the future. On page 247 of "Physics of the Impossible" by physicist Michio Kaku (Penguin Books 2009), it's stated "astronomers today believe that the total spin of the universe is zero". This is bad news for mathematician Kurt Godel, who in 1949 found from Einstein's equations that a spinning universe would be a time machine (p. 223 of "Physics of the Impossible"). Professor Hawking informs us that all particles in the universe have a property called spin which is related to, but not identical with, the everyday concept of spin (science is mystified by quantum spin which has
mathematical similarities to familiar spin but it does not mean that particles actually rotate like little tops). Everyday spin might be identical to Godel‘s hoped-for spinning universe. If the universe is a Mobius loop (a Mobius loop can be visualised as a strip of paper which is given a halftwist of 180 degrees before its ends are joined), the twisted nature of a Mobius strip or loop plus the fact that you
have to travel around it twice to arrive at your starting point might substitute for the lack of overall spin. Then the cosmos could still function as a time machine. We've seen how it permits travel into the future. We can journey further and further into the future by going farther and farther around the Mobius Universe. We might travel many billions of years ahead - but when we've travelled around M.U. exactly twice, we'll find ourselves back at our start i.e. we were billions of years in the future … relative to that, we‘re now billions of years in the past.


Mobius strip
Maybe any limits on trips to the future or past (e.g. travelling backwards beyond our starting point and into the past) are overcome by travelling to other universes and linking their "eliminated distances" to those in this universe. This linkage requires all laws of physics etc. to be identical everywhere. In a so-called multiverse consisting of parallel universes where things have the potential to be slightly different in each universe, the link could be broken because we might find ourselves trying to force a square peg into a round hole. How could subatomic particles communicate instantaneously across the universe (phrased another way - how could they experience the whole universe in their existence)? The last two phenomena could be understood by stating that any particle has the same properties as the universe as a whole. Unconventional US cosmologist Max Tegmark says "You are made up of quantum particles, so if they can be in two places at once, so can you." We can say "The universe is made up of quantum particles, so if they can be in two places at once, so can the universe." There need not be any such thing as parallel universes, however (the paralleluniverses, also called the many-universes or many-worlds, interpretation of quantum
mechanics was developed by American physicist Hugh Everett III in 1957). The universe's being in two places simultaneously could mean it's in the same space-place as any or all of its particles. It could also be in the same time-place as any or all of its earlier or later selves because there can be no space without time.
It seems appropriate now to address a question I‘ve heard posed by Stephen Hawking, Michio Kaku and other scientists: Where are the tourists from our future who‘ve journeyed into their past to check out our present? I can think of 3 possibilities
-maybe they‘ve used synthetic biology to develop ghostly, nonphysical bodies … if they‘re still physical, maybe they‘re dark tourists who resemble dark matter by remaining invisible yet are capable of exerting gravitational, or other, influence. Or an even more bizarre possibility … it's possible that every person we see is ultimately from the future, though they'd be totally unaware of it. They'd be unconscious of their true place in this eternal universe since their job is to
contribute, in whatever way they can, to
development of the fantastic future awaiting everyone. They'd be less inclined to build the future if they had awareness of it already existing.


Tourists from the future want to see Hawaiian

Hula girls
The famous scientist Stephen Hawking says time can be thought of as another dimension. Perhaps he should have said time can be thought of as another space dimension. If we journey in these other dimensions, they must have spatial coordinates for us to navigate in (length, width and depth in 4-D time and 5-D hyperspace as well as familiar 3-D: if we choose, we can therefore say the universe has 9 dimensions: and the zero separation unifying these 9 can be regarded as a 10th dimension). Then getting into a spaceship and eliminating the distance between us and a planet 700 light-years away would be the same as traversing the 1st of time's 3 axes (for
convenience, let's call it the back-forth dimension). We continue with the interdependence of space and time by using the spaceship to travel many billions of light-years ahead. This causes travel around the Mobius loop and in the up-down dimension (time's 2nd axis). As travel proceeds, the spacecraft's nose can be pointed, say, one degree further to the left (or right) each revolution. This takes us into time's 3rd axis (the side-to-side dimension) which is equivalent to Godel‘s hoped- for spinning universe.
It‘s equivalent because, though the universe itself isn‘t rotating, the spaceship simulates (models) universal rotation as a result of a) its being in the 3 axes of time simultaneously and b) its
unbelievable velocity (each revolution around the visible universe – at a minimum, 40 to 45 billion light years – is almost instant). Together, a + b cause the ship and the rest of the cosmos to undergo quantum mechanics‘ entanglement and the ship experiences the whole universe in its existence (communicates instantly with the entire cosmos). The ship‘s rotation (through the axes of time) is therefore equal to universal rotation. Remember ... Godel mathematically found from Einstein's equations that a spinning universe would be a time machine. So if you agree that all subuniverses in this megauniverse are in physical contact, we can say there is only one Universe and remove the need to travel to other universes and link their "eliminated distances" to those in this universe. Eliminating spacetime distances in this - the only - universe is perfectly adequate for time travel into the past. Since we live in a cosmos with an electronic foundation, we could simulate the spaceship's endeavours and teleport into the future or past (and anywhere in space, or the 5-D hyperspace which produces space and time) using a stationary machine like Doctor Who. It can‘t be denied that these paragraphs imply the possibility of humans from the distant future timetravelling to the distant past and using electronics to create this particular subuniverse's computergenerated Big Bang (the feedback of the past and future universes into the unified cosmos's electronic foundation would ensure that both past and future could not be altered). An
accomplishment such as this (humans creating the universe) would be the supreme example of backward causality (effects influencing causes) promoted by Yakir Aharonov, John Cramer and others. However, recalling Isaac Newton‘s inverse-square law and what it says about the force between two particles being infinite if the distance of separation goes to zero means there's still room for God because God would be a pantheistic union of the megauniverse's material and mental parts, forming a union with humans in a cosmic unification.


Isaac Newton (1642-1727),

discoverer of Law of Gravity

Even further in the future, we'll be able to use telekinetic independence from technology and teleport without any machine at all (eat my dust, Doctor Who). Paradoxically, this independence from technology would seem to be dependent on technology. What kind of technology could manipulate the unification and zero separation of all space-time? Bandgap structures … Morpho butterflies create colour by selectively adding and deleting certain wavelengths of light. Physicists have only recently devised comparable materials, called photonic band-gap crystals; and are now exploring their use in phone switches, solar cells and antennas. No surprise, then, that some engineers are looking to the living world for the next generation of optic inspirations. I believe advances in engineering and biology will enable humans, like the morpho butterfly, to selectively add and delete certain wavelengths of light. But the word light need not only refer to visible wavelengths. It can be extended and refer to any wavelength of the electromagnetic spectrum. Science accepts that radio, infrared, ultraviolet waves and X-rays as well as gamma radiation are all forms of light.

For decades scientists have theorised the existence of a particle, called the Higgs boson, that explains how other particles acquire mass. The Higgs boson is believed to produce a field that interacts with particles and gives
them a property we interpret as mass, explains Dr Kevin Varvell, of the University of Sydney in Australia. Dr Aldo Saavedra, a particle physicist also at the University of Sydney, made this comment as colleagues at the
European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), near Geneva, switched on the Large Hadron Collider -"It would be really nice if nature actually provided some very puzzling thing that theories haven't actually thought of." In September 2008, renowned British astrophysicist Professor Stephen Hawking bet US$100 that the LHC experiment would not find the
Higgs boson. "I think it will be much more exciting if we don't find the Higgs. Suppose matter acquires all its properties (including mass) by the superimposing of electromagnetic and
gravitational waves* (computer-generated in a 5th dimension and projected into the hologram of 3+1 dimensions which we call space-time). We can then further extend the above reasoning and regard matter as a hybrid of electromagnetic and gravitational waves. So the day will come when we can add or delete wavelengths anywhere we choose!

* Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves but they haven't been discovered yet. The measurements on the Hulse -Taylor system (a pulsar & a star in orbit around a common centre of mass – in 300,000,000 years they will merge to form a black hole and cease to radiate
gravitational waves) have been carried out over more than 30 years. The orbit has decayed since the binary system was initially discovered, in precise agreement with the loss of energy due to gravity waves predicted by Einstein‘s General Theory of Relativity (there‘s a 0.2% disparity between the data and the predicted results which is due to poorly known galactic constants). In 1993, Russell Hulse and Joe Taylor were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for this work, which was the first indirect evidence for gravitational waves. A precursor to the superimposing of electromagnetic and gravitational waves is the Touchable Hologram method, demonstrated on 6 Aug 2009 by researchers from The University of Tokyo led by Hiroyuki Shinoda, of using an ultrasound phenomenon called acoustic radiation pressure to create a pressure sensation on a user's hands, which are tracked with two Nintendo Wiimotes.

00007.jpgAlbert Einstein, about 1920

I anticipate people will oneday have band-gap structures in their brains that are no bigger than a computer chip (these won‘t require surgical implantation, but simply downloading, because of the computergenerated hologram‘s creation of the pre-existing digital nature of all parts of the universe). Photonic band-gap crystals would, of course, only deal with light
in its photonic forms (energy forms such as visible light or radio waves). The band-gap structures I have in mind would need to deal with forms like genes, so they could add or delete anything and everything we choose. They might accomplish this by acting similarly to a modem that acts on a scale trillions of times smaller than a modem manufactured by nanotechnology, and would be capable of manipulating digitised matter. Then they could emulate computers´ copy/paste function to add things; as well as their delete function, to remove things (now that's what I call genetic engineering!). This ability must only come to fruition in a future, ideal society: it would only be wasted and abused in the present warring and selfish world!

Though humans have a very special potential which will, I believe, see us use our inbuilt creativity to oneday produce universes and ourselves and perform other so-called miracles; this is, in the end, just another article
proclaiming that God created us and the universe. This apparent contradictory statement is resolved easily by noting that this article makes 4 points - a) it attempts to use science to
demonstrate how people could create the universe and ourselves, b) it tries to show scientifically that there truly is a God– who is the total of everything in the universes, from
consciousness and personality to a cluster of galaxies to a person … to a grain of sand … to an atom …to a ray of light or a magnetic or
gravitational field (with the One‘s consciousness capable of downloading into any component physical form, type of energy or force), c) finite humans are
united with God via the universe‘s Unified Field (which embraces zero-separation). The inversesquare law (see next paragraph) of famous English scientist Isaac Newton (1642-1727) says the force between two particles is infinite if the distance of separation goes to zero which surely means the force between 2 zero-separated particles in the zero-separated universes is the infinity we term God, and if God is everything++, must be particles themselves (of brains, light, computers, gravity, etc.), and d) therefore, saying we created the universe and ourselves is another way of saying God created the universe and us – the religious writer and broadcaster Herbert W. Armstrong (1892-1986) would have phrased this apparent contradiction as God is reproducing himself through mankind
since he taught that the true message Jesus brought to the world was that mankind‘s destiny is to become God. And, on another
religious/philosophical viewpoint, Hindu Tantrism would correctly state that unity of the worshipper with the worshipped is ultimately achieved.


Michelangelo's The Creation of Adam.

The inverse-square law says that if stars A and B emit light of equal intensity but star B is twice as distant, it will appear one quarter as bright as star A ie not the square of 2 (4) but the inverse square of 2 (1/4 or one divided by four). Newton was just as dedicated to the quest for God as he was to the quest for scientific enlightenment. I don‘t know if he was familiar with the teachings of ancient Greek philosopher and politician
Parmenides (c.515 BC - c.445 BC) Parmenides taught that the only true being is "the
One" which is infinite, indivisible and the whole of it is present everywhere (if accepted, these beliefs would surely have assisted Newton‘s thoughts regarding zero-separation and an infinite God). This last point seems to anticipate invention of the hologram (each piece of a hologram stores information about the whole image). The
philosopher and mathematician
Pythagoras (580?-500 BC) believed that numbers constitute the true nature of the universe. Combine Parmenides' belief in the One with the Pythagorean belief in number being the essence of the universe and you have the foundation of my conviction that the building blocks making up the universe are a combination of electromagnetic pulses plus a cosmic hologram.

++ Dutch philosopher Baruch (or Benedict) Spinoza (1632 to 1677) said everything that exists, including individual men and women, is a part of God
and is a tiny part of an all-inclusive pantheism. Scientists today and of the recent past, including Albert Einstein, tend to believe in Spinoza‘s God and an impersonal pantheism. While Spinoza said there can be no such thing as personal immortality but only the impersonal sort that consists in becoming more and more one with God i.e. one with the material universe, he also said thought and mind were attributes of God. This sounds like agreement that (God) is the total of everything in the universes, from consciousness and
personality to a cluster of galaxies to a person … to a grain of sand … to an atom …to a ray of light or a magnetic or gravitational field (I think we need a time machine so we can go to the 17th century and ask him for his thoughts about this). In any case, I believe advances in technology will prove him wrong about there being no personal immortality because people who have long since died could have their minds downloaded into reproductions of their bodies (welcome back, Spinoza).
On the subject of everything - would the entire universe instantly feel the loss of the sun‘s gravity if our star disappeared suddenly? The answer to this is a matter of relativity. If we‘re viewing this occurrence from the 3+1 dimensions of
spacetime, the answer must be no (and agree with Einstein‘s Relativity) because we‘d be dealing with the finite speed of gravitational (and electromagnetic) waves - 299,792,458 metres per second (approximately 186,282 miles per second). If we‘re viewing from the 5th
dimension (where this article theorises
electromagnetic and gravitational
waves are computergenerated and projected into the hologram of 3+1 dimensions which we call space-time), or from those 3+1 dimensions after spacetime and matter have been subjected to the eliminated distances mentioned in the middle of this article, the answer must be yes (and agree with Newtonian physics) because we‘d be dealing with unification and zero separation.


The universe evolving from the ideas of Newton and Einstein

I was seriously tempted to rethink everything in the above article when I read online that in The Atlantic Monthly for April 1988, journalist Robert Wright says U.S. computer scientist and physicist Ed Fredkin thinks that the universe is a computer. According to his theory of digital physics, information is more fundamental than matter and energy. He believes that atoms, electrons, and quarks consist ultimately of bits— binary units of information, like those that are the currency of computation in a personal computer or a pocket calculator. After all, it‘s easier to contemplate the universe being a computer than thinking of the universe as the product of a quantum computer hiding in hyperspace. However, I find 3 faults with his theory of digital physics and I‘ll discuss these now–

First, the theory has no need for a 5th dimension. Albert Einstein saw the value of a 5th dimension after receiving a letter in 1919 written by Theodor Kaluza. He proposed that Einstein's dream of finding a unified theory of gravitation and electromagnetism might be realized if he worked his equations in five-dimensional space-time. Einstein scoffed at the idea at first but later reconsidered and helped Kaluza get his paper published. A few years after that, physicist Oskar Klein published a quantum version of Kaluza's work. In the 1970s, the resulting Kaluza-Klein theory turned out to be beneficial in working on supersymmetry (a postulated unifying
relationship between elementary particles).

Professor Fredkin‘s digital physics leaves no room for the universe to be
considered a hologram. It can, of course, digitally generate holographic interference patterns – but it says nothing about using lasers in creation of universes.

The article Holographic Principle in the Internet‘s free encyclopedia Wikipedia states: The holographic principle is a property of quantum gravity and string theories which states that the description of a volume of space can be thought of as encoded on a boundary to the region— preferably a light-like boundary like a gravitational horizon. First proposed by Gerardus 't Hooft, it was given a precise string-theory interpretation by Leonard Susskind. In a larger and more speculative sense, the theory suggests that the entire universe can be seen as a two-dimensional information structure "painted" on the
cosmological horizon, such that the three dimensions we observe are only an effective description at macroscopic scales and at low energies. Cosmological holography has
not been made mathematically precise, partly because the cosmological horizon has a finite area and grows with time. (Regarding the holographic principle, read about Craig Hogan (Affiliate Professor, Department of Physics, University of Washington, USA) and the GEO600 gravitationalwave detector in New Evidence of a Holographic Universe? at (excerpted from New Scientist, January 15, 2009)

00010.jpgIs the world a Touchable Hologram generated by Digital Physics in a 5th dimension?

And it is stated by (part of one of the top philosophy sites on the Internet) that the the top philosophy sites on the Internet) that the 1992) asserted that the tangible reality of our everyday lives is really a kind of illusion, like a holographic image. Underlying it is a deeper order of existence, a vast and more primary level of reality that gives birth to all the objects and appearances of our physical world in much the same way that a piece of holographic film gives birth to a hologram. Bohm calls this deeper level of reality the implicate (which means enfolded or hidden) order, and he
refers to our own level or existence as the explicate, or unfolded order. Bohm is not the only researcher who has found evidence that the universe is a hologram. Working independently in the field of brain research, Stanford
neurophysiologist Karl Pribram has also become persuaded by the holographic nature of reality. He says that the human brain can be modeled as a hologram. Capitalizing on Pribram's findings, Bohm states that our brains are smaller pieces of the larger hologram. That our brains contain the whole knowledge of the universe. So, you can see how each mind has a limited perspective of the universal hologram. Our brains are our windows of perception. Each mind always contains the whole picture, but with a limited and unclear perspective. We each have different experience in our lives, but each perspective is valid. Our brains mathematically construct objective reality by interpreting frequencies that are ultimately projections from another dimension, a deeper order of existence that is beyond both
space and time.
Fredkin‘s digital physics allows theeliminated distances in space-time which I spoke of earlier but, as far as I understand, it supposes that reality is something objective and out there - therefore I don‘t see how it could unify the entire universe and, for example, allow extrasensory perception. Since processing in the hyperspatial quantum computer doesn‘t happen at infinite speed but is always restricted to the speed of light, this unification must be only virtual or partial even if processing takes an infinitesimal 10 ^ -43 of a second (that‘s a second divided into 10 million trillion trillion trillion parts). Things like ESP and telekinesis (psychokinesis) would be everyday phenomena if unification was total. But because our universe‘s unification is the tiniest degree removed from total, they aren‘t. Why are true telekinesis and ESP possible at all? It must be because the universe‘s underlying electronic foundation enables our cosmos to be a total and complete unification by elimination of all distances in space and time and between the different sides of objects and particles, too. In other words, the brain can sometimes transcend the barriers of space, time and matter to connect with other brains, living structures or nonliving structures.


Does the brain contain the whole
knowledge of the universe– and can it transcend space, time and matter?