The following video is from an interview of the late Arthur Young who discusses a fundamental flaw of Einstein's Relativity Theory pertaining to events in spacetime.
An event would be represented as a blip on a graph, while the change of state -- is, what they called an S-curve. It could be abrupt if you wish; but as long as you have momentum in it, it's going to take a little time to occur. Now what's the difference between a change of state and an event? The difference is that the change of state incorporates what's been "before", whereas an event is symmetrical. The "future" doesn't contain it and the "past" didn't contain it (so the event is just this blip)...
The keyword here is momentum. In Quantum Physics, momentum (which is an energy stress / tensor) determines temporal ("Time") density. Time is actually an illusion (according Quantum principles) but has been propagated by classical scientific thought to be an "objective" property of reality for which, implies a series of individual (separate) events. However, this cannot be true since the "past" and the "future" are incorporated into the present -- for without such an incorporation there would be no memory of an experience. Therefore only the present exists as it constantly changes state giving the illusion of linear experience.
What is commonly experienced as "Time" is simply an effect of the experience of Space (Anti-Matter). Anti-Matter is actually Dark-Energy (Energy that is in negative density). When positive energy density (physical matter for example) is present, Space "folds" or becomes "warped". As this happens, Time slows down (expands). In other words, temporal density decreases and momentum (the force of stress in the spacetime matrix) increases. When the reverse happens (physical matter is removed), Space expands (the illusion of distance is projected), and Time speeds up (contracts). In this case, temporal density increases and momentum decreases.
Momentum really stands for the changing state of a moment (the Present in other words). A fitting metaphor to this dynamic is when an observer is watching a filmstrip. Each frame represents a state of observation. The activity of playing in this case, is the momentum, while the moment (the present) is the changing / shifting state of mind of the observer. This changing state of the present is nothing more than the ongoing experience of the mind. What this ultimately implies is, is that reality is nothing more than an experience (which is -- and can only be -- subjective). This will be further explained in the related videos presented in the following posts below.
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The "Matrix" movies are an effective metaphor of the troubled reality in which we experience now. In the movies, the matrix is a computer simulation. In our actual reality however, the matrix is spacetime. Spacetime is a projection of the mind. It is an automated belief system based on concepts of separation and "objectivity". These concepts of limitation are designed to keep people feeling dependent, helpless, and mortal. As a result of these feelings of limitation, materialistic dependency-driven concepts such as money (debt) , jobs, disease, war, starvation, racism, organized religion, government, schools, death, etc. are created as intrinsic functions (sub-programs). They are derivative of a conditioned belief system (the main program).
All of these programs are nothing more than forms of energy (waves) that vary in degrees of physical density within a frequency range. This frequency range is the momentum of the changing state of mind of an observer. This level of momentum is the observer's belief system in other words. It is what keeps the matrix going. To break this matrix, the momentum of the mind has to change so that the shift in state doesn't follow the same old self-destructive patterns.
This is where Free Will comes into play. Free Will is the rate of change of acceleration (in this case, the rate of change of momentum) within the matrix. When you drive a car for example, and you are speeding up, you have the option to slow down (pertaining to the rate of change of acceleration and the momentum of the situation you are in -- such as that of the car's). You therefore, are in direct control of the momentum of your situation. Here is another video with Arthur Young; this time discussing the physics of Free Will & Control:
When an observer walks towards a horizon an illusion of "getting closer" is experienced. However in truth, the vanishing point never ends. It is a boundless infinite constant. You, the observer, can never reach that point of singularity. You can keep on walking, but you will never meet up with that vanishing point. That is because you aren't actually transferring from one location to another. Locality is an illusion according to Bell's Theorem.
The vanishing point in every horizon is actually the infinite value of the spatial concept of the mind. Let's remember that space is negative momentum (negative energy density). And let's also remember that time is an effect of the experience of space. Keeping this in mind, we must consider the fact that positive energy density (mass, matter waves, and motion) warps (or compresses) space. As this happens -- the warping of space that is -- time slows down (it expands).
This is the reason why it seems to take a long "time" to cover any given "distance" if one travels slow (which implicates a lower energy frequency / momentum stress influence in spacetime). Faster travel (implicating a higher energy frequency / momentum stress influence in spacetime) would be experienced as a "shorter" time under the same given "distance".
Additionally, the change in physical scale (size) of objects as you move "closer" or "farther" from one location to another is really just an illusion involving magnitude during a change of state of an experience. In actuality, objects don't have physical size nor volume at all. Everything you perceive through your 5 senses in spacetime is just an experience of the momentum of Consciousness (which is always existing in the present through changes of state).
1: Slower rate of travel = spatial expansion = time contraction = time speeding up = an experience of a longer time to get from point A to point B of the same "distance"
2: Faster rate of travel = spatial compression = time expansion = time slowing down = an experience of a shorter time to get from point A to point B of the same "distance"
3: Scalar values (such as appearance of size, the amplitude of sound, etc.) are shifts in magnitude of the changing state of experience
4: Spacetime is a matrix projected by the unconscious belief system of an observer; the observer and the observed are never separate -- this oneness is self-referential (holographic)
The picture right below is a depiction of a self-referential process which results in a 3-dimensional illusion we call spacetime. This recursion process creates the illusion of distance, volume, length, depth, etc. However in reality, none of this is real. The only thing that is happening here is the changing state of experience. According to Quantum Physics, repetition creates form. Hence, the more one experiences the same thing, the greater the magnitude it will have.
He was an adept Buddhist and Taoist philosopher as well. Buddhism and Taoism aren't religions (even though modern society usually falsely categorizes them as such). They are simplistic philosophies which revolve around the science (nature) of Consciousness. In the video, he is actually alluding to Consciousness by using water as a metaphor. Consciousness is the only thing that is in motion in reality. We (Consciousness) are continuously experiencing changes of state. What we perceive are experiences within the mind. We are therefore our experiences as it changes form (state).
Sat Jan 10, 2009 11:03 am
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this thread is awesome. i love this kinda stuff. glad you're bringin more discussion on this, its a shame more people don't discuss this kinda stuff.
I'm very happy that you're interested in this topic Claton. There are a lot of people who are still closed-minded to this science because of its deep implications. It ultimately implies that we face ourselves -- that we are totally responsible for all aspects of reality. And that is the one thing that turns people off the most; because people generally want to be dependent on "external" illusions. There is much more temporary comfort in facing the "outside" world than trying to reprogram the inner mind which creates it.
It's all about feeling. When one reaches higher levels of performance it is because the mind is at a higher energy frequency. Suddenly your "surroundings" can't keep up with your mind and you feel that you can do so much during those moments. In sports, this phenomenon is called the zone. Many athletes have talked about it while only a disproportionate few have actually experienced it directly. The commercial depicts being in this zone.
The person who experiences this zone no longer thinks, but feels. It is a higher state of mind. Thought (thinking) is a lower frequency of the mind. That is why those who lack practice (a repetitive process) must compensate with conscious concentration to even keep up with one who has more skill. Skill is a product of a particular repetition (which is an unconscious memorization). At the level of high skill, the mind can easily and efficiently reach the zone (without spending vast amounts of mental energy). Feeling is efficient while thought is not.
The more you think, the more you amplify that thought, which in turn results in a higher thought frequency (frequency = state of being frequent). When a higher thought frequency is reached, that wave process becomes automatic. In other words, less conscious energy aka effort (effort = the fortification of energy) is needed to sustain it. That is the level of the feeling -- the zone. That's why it takes more time (moments) for those who lack the experience of practice to get it right.
Emotional content is a state of mind. More emotional content requires more experience of feeling. An experience (familiarity) of something can only be made possible through practice. Practice requires persistence. Without Free Will, there can be no persistence.
Angular momentum is essentially the quantum (amount) of action -- the persistence of an action -- in a given direction (vector) which contradicts the inertia (the resistance to change) relative to it. It is the process of non-conformity that one takes in order to free the Self from old conditioned programmed behavior. So in other words, it's the Free Will in action. It is therefore a choice. The degree of its persistence determines the magnitude of its influence in spacetime.
For something to exist it cannot be instant; for instance is not defined by a difference in state. An instance has no intervals nor delays (which implicates time). By having no difference it cannot refer back to itself. It is therefore self-eliminating by the very nature of its definition. It is in other words, in a constant state of rest (inertia). Because an instance is in a constant state of rest (which is a condition of inactivity) it is symmetric and linear. It is therefore the opposite of change.
Change is a requirement for existence. For something to exist, it needs the element of change. Change is an inseparable feature of persistence. This is so because persistence (which is self-referential) is active. Its state of activity then, must implicate intervals for without intervals, there can be no differentiation to persist from (if there was no difference within a process, there can be no reference frame to change state from). Therefore persistence is asymmetrical and curved -- everything in nature is curved. This difference (diversity) in persistence then allows for the freedom of direction.
Let's keep in mind again that according to Bell's Theorem of Non-Locality (which is a logical proof) space must be illusory. Direction therefore, cannot be a physical aspect. Hence direction is an experience. This experience is known as "time". However, as I stated before, "time" is the present in motion (flow of moments aka momentum). So what is being experienced is activity (that which is in a persistent state of action). So in other words, only the mind is in a state of activity. A person walking down a road is really not walking from one location to another. Only the person's mind is changing states giving the illusion of physical (phi-cycle) travel.
Persistence is what brings everything to life. It is the quantum of action in other words. Consequently, if an action is repeated over and over again, in time, its magnitude in spacetime will change states. This is precisely why there is always a horizon effect in spacetime. It is simply a change in state of experience.
By the way, quantum just means quantity (an amount or a count). Quantum physics is really just about adding quantities which in turn determine change in magnitude (scale). Reality therefore revolves around how many times it repeats (persists) itself. The reality we are experiencing now can literally be shifted if a new concept is imposed to an extremely high quantity.
It's simple, but not for the faint of heart. This is therefore an ultimate test of the Self.
Fri Jan 16, 2009 1:31 pm
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