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Berman, B. (2016). The Universal Operating System, rev 1.1. PHILICA.COM Observation number 132.

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The Universal Operating System, rev 1.1

Brad G. Bermanunconfirmed user (Oregon State University)

Published in astro.philica.com

The physical world is the product of a universal thought structure, continuously manifesting into all possible “here and now” focal points. This structure contains the entire past and future, all compactly rolled into the invisible physics of spacetime.

Inertia is the placeholder for each “here and now”; it is the vortex contained in each individual focal point as well as its unique identity. We can feel the flow of this focused stream of thought as gravity and the changes to our surroundings as time. As future time changes enter each “here and now”, light can exit the other side, out into the past at time’s speed, only to become some future elsewhere.

The source of this universal thought structure is the entire star-point background of the sky. Its invisible texture contains all possible parallel universes as well as all the corridors of the mind; it is the playground of the brain.

Theory on the Eternal Mind, Brad G. Berman Published: Dec. 25, 2012 ISBN: 9781301896820
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