March 17, 2013 § 10 Comments
There has been some confusion about me saying that consciousness is antimatter.
That is understandable, as it is a simplified explanation. I think that what caused the physical universe (God), we will never know, or at least not know fully.
Nevertheless I base my assumptions on the idea, that we are all God’s and that we are capable of creating an effect.
The original cause created an outburst of infinite energy, going from plus energy to minus energy. When these energies combined, they created standing waves, in the form of atoms. An atom is a standing wave, with the core as the end point. After atoms were created electromagnetism arised, as we know it today. Electromagnetism is the only thing, that we know of, that is its own antiparticle.
Big Bang theories says that antimatter was created in the same amount than matter, but where did antimatter go?
My point is that it went into these separate mental parallel universes, in the form of opposite energy to the energy we observe the most of in our reality, physical matter.
I think that our mental image pictures are conserved in opposite energy, not antimatter. Because, for sure the mental images is not touchable as antimatter is.
I started out this journey into physics 10 years ago by reading a book mentioning re-normalization. In theoretical mathematics the electron has infinite charge. That is bogus, so physicists re-normalized it to become 1 instead, because that is so much easier to work with. I understand, that they did, and agree totally that they did, what else should they have done?
But can we continue doing that, when everything is confusing, and nobody understands what’s going on?
I am at best just a lobbyist for infinity and eternity. Maybe I am dead wrong, but hopefully somebody having the brain to do it, will be inspired and find a mathematical solution to infinity, re-normalization and the strange paradoxes they give.
When Paul Dirac predicted antimatter in the thirties, he did it by finding a missing “minus” in Einstein’s work. There was a square root somewhere, where Einstein only had taken the positive number. Everybody know that the result of a square root always give plus and minus. But even to Einstein it was crazy to think that antimatter could be a possibility. But not so to Dirac. He voiced the idea, and became a Nobel prize winner.
My idea is in the same category. The many world interpretation has this idea that the wave collapse creates new physical universes all the time. To me that is crazy, but I respect those believing in it. My idea is that in all the bogus mathematics, somebody left out a minus sign, or forgot a square root somewhere, or drank too much whiskey. That resulted in the idea that these parallel universes should be physical. I think they have been here all along and that they have opposite energies, and make up for what we see as missing antimatter, and somehow has to do with consciousness. Crazy indeed, but if a mathematician could find the missing minus sign, then he would probably get a Nobel Prize. That is, if it can be shown experimentally, off course. I have ideas to do just that, but I want the mathematics to fit in first. But I can’t, as I go blank every time I see some formulas.
I sincerely hope that I am clear in my expressions, as it is so fu….. difficult to express myself clearly about these matters.
And I love getting comments, also if they try to convince me that I am mad, because honestly, I take the accusation as a compliment.
March 15, 2013 § 1 Comment
I am a strong believer in eternal life and re-incarnation.
For many years I have joked about how life on earth arrived. I said that it must have been some high developed civilization, that spread enzymes, proteins and dna unto a planet ready for evolution. The enzymes, proteins and dna were designed to create nature as we see it. The civilization died, and the universe forgot all about us.
Well, it might be that my wild joke could be closer to the truth, than so many other theories.
Read this article about dna possibly being intelligently designed: