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Berman, B. (2013). The Structure of Time. PHILICA.COM Observation number 77.

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The Structure of Time

Brad G. Bermanunconfirmed user (Oregon State University)

Published in astro.philica.com

Our surrounding invisible structure of time (a.k.a. space) provides the chessboard, sets up the players, and owns the rules of the game (the laws of physics). We make the moves by overcoming the imposed inertia, then we continually win, lose or draw. It is an eternal game.

At the scale of size of the atom and light, things seem to be identical throughout the universe. Yet higher up the spectrum of size, where atoms collect into larger forms, everything is completely diversified, where no two snowflakes and no two living things can be identical. It is at this level along the size spectrum where the force of form of time assembles and maintains the standing waves of our firmament.

It is not within the purview of quantum physics to explain the morphogenesis of reality: snowflakes from water molecules, living things from raw genetic material. These phenomena unfold from the holographic nature of the structure of time, and this time face causation pattern arises from the presence of all the invisible and visible gravity dots available on the face of the entire sky. The continuous slow motion of all these gravitational sky dots steers our destiny; it is the tick of the universal clock. [1]

What comprises this structure that provides the standing waves of our firmament and the thoughts of our brain? It is not a valid question. Time has structure yet lacks physicality, as it is comprised of juxtaposition, relationships, process, permission and denial (permittivity and permeability), and rules, as exposed by mathematics and the laws of physics.

[1] Berman, B. (2012). Theory On The Eternal Mind, smashwords.com, ISBN: 9781301896820

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