Consciousness, Physics, and the Holographic Paradigm
Essays by A.T. Williams
Part I: Sneaking Up On Einstein
The search for the fundamental constituents of matter continues,
Section 3: Fundamental Forces
According to the recently discovered first principle of physics, the universal principle of energy (TUPE), each macroscopic, microscopic, atomic, subatomic, nuclear, and subnuclear material object is a discrete, organized aggregation of fundamental, irreducible, conditionally relative nonmaterial primordial energy.
Holonomically reconstructed in the nonmaterial primordial energy domain (NED) as a sequential series of periodic holonomic image events, each emergent material object within the extradimensional material domain of our holographic universe is pervaded with and maintained by the synergistic activity of at least four nonmechanical, nonmaterial fundamental forces or interactions. The four presently known fundamental forces are electromagnetism, the strong nuclear force, the weak nuclear force, and gravitation.
From the extremely small subnuclear elementary particles with a net electric charge called quarks to the cosmos itself, the massless, weightless, nonmaterial electromagnetic force is ubiquitous and limited only by the undefined boundary of our holonomic subluminal universe. From high-energy subnuclear particles to the cosmos itself, each emergent material object that possesses physically real mass, can be weighed, and occupies space is subject to the force of gravity. The strong force and the weak force, respectively, interact with nuclear and subnuclear constituents within the atomic nucleus.
If there is a lesson to be learned from the unprecedented exponential pace of 20th century scientific advancement, then perhaps the lesson is that humankind has taken only one more small step toward a comprehensive knowledge and scientific understanding of ultimate reality just-as-it-is. Thus, in addition to the four known forces, there may be other fundamental forces and interactions which are presently unknown, undefined, and undescribed by science.
The search for new pieces of the perpetual puzzle of Nature continues. Indeed, following the discovery of the universal principle of energy (TUPE) it seems that the nonmaterial energy of consciousness is not only another hidden piece of Nature's puzzle, it also seems that the time to reveal the extradimensional nonmaterial nature of conditionally relative consciousness has arrived.
The nonmaterial energy of consciousness:
In the 17th century CE, René Descartes (1596-1650) observed not only that the human body affects mind, but also that mind affects the human body. Based on these observations Descartes hypothesized that the tangible human body – which includes the organic brain – is extended in space, but intangible mind and thought are not. Descartes' near contemporary Baruch Spinoza (1632-1677) reasoned that tangible matter and intangible mind are simply two different aspects of the same underlying ground of being; therefore, the tangible human body, intangible mind, and human thoughts are extended in space.
If our multidimensional holonomic universe has separate nonmaterial and material domains as implied by the recently discovered universal principle of energy and 20th century quantum physics, then Spinoza had the better understanding of the classical mind/body problem. The known physics of his day, however, were not sufficiently developed to explain the underlying physical principles.
Thus the intangible/tangible or, more precisely, the nonmaterial/material mind/body interactions described by Descartes and Spinoza remained essentially unresolved until Nobel laureate Dennis Gabor's 1947 discovery and development of the static optical (electromagnetic) 3D hologram process eventually led this author to unexpected new insights and the discovery of the fundamental, irreducible, nonmaterial primordial energy foundation of omnipresent, pervasive, extradimensional nonmaterial/material physical reality just-as-it-is.
If the universal principle of energy (TUPE) – the fundamental scientific principle which states that the unseen creates the seen – is correctly applied, then it increases the complexity of the mind/body problem more than Descartes, Spinoza, or more recent researchers may have suspected.
Autonomous nonmaterial holonomic minds:
The extradimensional (nonmaterial and material) unification of the universal principle of energy (TUPE) and The Energetic Holographic Paradigm (TEHP, pronounced "teep") model of physical reality suggests the identity – the irreducible sameness – of uncreated, unconditioned primordial consciousness and the underlying ground of uncreated, unconditioned nonmaterial physical energy within which all nonmaterial and material phenomena manifest.
The extradimensional unification of TUPE and TEHP model implies that egoless, autonomous, conditionally relative nonmaterial consciousness (self-awareness; M^) emerges reciprocally within uncreated, unconditioned pure consciousness. Some egoless, autonomous, nonmaterial holonomic minds choose ideation as opposed to egolessness, thereby becoming egoistic, autonomous, nonmaterial holonomic minds (M+).
Moreover, within our complex open (nonconservative) nonmaterial/material holonomic universe each functional organic human brain creates a unique nonmaterial holonomic epiphenomenon that human beings experience as an exclusive, private human mind (M*). Thus, in a hierarchical sense, the organic human brain (source; parent) and its dependent nonmaterial holonomic mind (offspring; child) are 4D (3D + time) holograms within an extradimensional hologram (the holonomic universe) within an all-encompassing hologram (conditionally relative holonomic reality just-as-it-is).
In other words, each complex nonmaterial human mind/organic material brain in a living human being is a unique combination of energetic nonmaterial and material holonomic images that emerge reciprocally within our subluminal nonmaterial/material holonomic universe which itself emerges reciprocally (is holonomically reconstructed) on an undetermined transcendent, extradimensional level of existence within an all-inclusive, conditionally relative hologram that emerges reciprocally (is holonomically constructed) within the uncreated, unconditioned, irreducible nonmaterial ground of primordial being just-as-it-is.
Therefore, the unexpected discovery of the universal principle of energy (TUPE) – the first principle of the irreducible nonmaterial primordial ground of being – presents the fundamental scientific field of physics with the largest advancement in scope since the discovery of thermodynamics in the mid-19th century.
TUPE also presents the fundamental scientific field of objective (measurable) nonmaterial conscious energy with an even larger advancement in scope.
Inseparable agents of energy:
In principle reciprocally emergent, autonomous nonmaterial egoistic entities initiate and direct the extremely high frequency energy and information activities that construct, produce, and maintain each nonmaterial or material holographic image event on every conditionally relative holonomic level of existence that emerges reciprocally within the irreducible uncreated, unconditioned ground of nonmaterial primordial being.
The objective (measurable) nonmaterial energy of consciousness may be many orders of magnitude weaker than the approximately 6 × 10-39 force of gravity (gravitation), the weakest of the four classical fundamental forces (interactions) of discrete particulate matter/mass.
In contrast, uncreated, unconditioned nonmaterial consciousness is the inseparable coextensive agent of uncreated, unconditioned, irreducible nonmaterial primordial energy. Similarly, reciprocally emergent, autonomous nonmaterial self-awarenesses are the inseparable agents of fundamental, irreducible, conditionally relative nonmaterial primordial energy.
Therefore, it seems that the fundamental physics of the omnipresent, pervasive, extremely high frequency energy and information of the irreducible nonmaterial primordial energy domain (NED) and the fundamental physics of the comprehensive continuum (spectrum) of conditionally relative nonmaterial consciousness are key issues – indeed, the key issues – of 21st century science.
Continued in Chapter 1, Section 4: Quantum and Quanta
Back to Chapter 1, Section 2: A Novel Concept
Last Edit: October 18, 2008.
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