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The following is a holographic spacetime theory, first proposed in 1971, that attempts to explain our phenomenal world. It will examine how the sum total of incoming waves of time, carrying upon their faces an image of the mass-point background of the entire universe, holographically create and animate the world we experience.
After the continuous flux of time wave faces have merged and converged down through 20 to 30 orders of magnitude of size, they interact with our local phenomenal surroundings at the sub-meter scale of distance. They also interact with our local masses at the magnitude of size of atomic bonds. Interactions occur when the incoming time wave faces illuminate the features of the warp and weft of the fabric of local space, the Space Hologram (SH). In this way, time energy is passing through the local SH in order to affect the forces of form, control, and change. The permittivity and permeability of space, the constituents of the electromagnetic force, are the manipulated variables in the holographic causation process, making and breaking atomic bonds. Further, the complex fabric of space constituting the SH contains inertial spinning pockets in which tiny eddies of atoms are trapped. (Incidentally, the spinning within the atom is due to the compression of time waves as they move downwards along the magnitude of size spectrum. This spinning is also broadcast upwards along the same size spectrum, resulting in the spinning of our solar system, to the spinning of galaxies. It is the source of inertia).
The SH process also interacts with the chemical neurotransmitters within axon-to-cell body clefts of our brain’s neural structures, affecting our consciousness, thus allowing the brain to utilize and mimic the animating activities of the SH.
This is a portion of an article to submitted very soon. It is the
culmination of 40 years of study.
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