'Ordered Particle' (abscissae)
Perhaps there’s an indiscriminative aspect of
gravitational 'lock' provided by the Universe that's so minute it may only be detected on a cosmological scale? A center of
gravity which excels 'one hundred
billion-trillionth' of a microgram, yet, whose cosmological isomorphismis's so affected
that it upsets the chronological rotation curves quantum dynamics. i.e.
galaxies tend to fluctuate in a constant state of analytic change due to their gravitational
indiscrepancies. . .
Quantum mechanics: John
Zero kinetic energy: traditional static,
Photo: wavelength 300-500 nanometers/width 1/1000th
Question: May the true
identity of mattar be revealed as lightwaves fracture through the primeval
densed particles of a magnetically charged crystal-quartz object? Could the
substance of primeval mattar be held together by a complexity of super-magnetically charged ("tachyon")particles whose continuity
of ever-changing growth reaches beyond the imagination as we try grasping its continuous "isomorphic" flow?
Wheeler suggests that
information's fundamental to the physics of the Universe. According to this
"it from bit" doctrine all things physical are informationally
theoretic in origin. . .
Wheeler: It from bit.
Otherwise put, every "it" — every particle, every field of force,
even the space-time continuum itself — derives its function, its meening, its
very existence entirely — even if in some contexts indirectly — from the
apparatus-elicited answers to yes-or-no questions, binary choices, bits.
"It from bit" symbolizes the idea that every item of the physical
world has at bottom — a very deep bottom, in most instances — an immaterial
source and explanation; that which we call reality arises in the last analysis
from the posing of yes — no questions and the registering of its
evoked responses; in short, that all things physical are
informational and shared in origin as this is a participatory
The earth's orbiting around
the sun that's spinning around in a galaxy that's traveling through a multi-Universe which's moving in a "who knows what"
or maybe it's all just like a
pearl that's balanced on the end of a dream. . .
What nature doesn't
ignorance. . .
Mankind has to figure that out for himself. . . ? ? ?