Okay, play-time is over. As of January 25th, 2018, roughly $21,000,000,000,000 (that's 21 Trillion with a "T") and some change is missing from the Federal Reserve since 2000 through DoD and HUD and the Fed conducting off-sheet transactions outside the scope of Congress, and thus, outside the law. That's too much money to misplace, and the Fed refuses to audit itself as the video shows below as Rep. Alan Grayson goes to town on the Inspector General of the Fed who admits on open record they do not have jurisdiction to conduct a full audit!! That's $65,000 for every man, woman, and child in the United States--debt that we have foisted upon us by a private banking organization that, despite the word "federal" in its name, has nothing to do with the government and is a non-governmental agency. It's a for-profit corporation.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjonS9W41k8
Here's the Solari report relied upon by the Bloomberg Report: https://americandigitalnews.com/2017/12/24/follow-money-21-trillion-missing/
This is the new Watergate. This is us being sold into slavery forever down the path to extinction, because the probability is high that we are going to wipe ourselves out, and this is definitely a step in that direction.
Every person in the world should be getting pissed off at this because this affects everyone. Stop gaming for five minutes, write a letter to your congressman, and demand that the Federal Reserve in its entirety be audited by an independent, outside organization. This is far more important than gaming, and anyone not of voting age reading this, you need to pay attention. This is what you are inheriting, and these are the idiots running the show behind the curtain. You, too, should be writing those letters. Stand up, now, before they lay us down forever. This should enrage you. If it doesn't, that means you don't know how badly you're being screwed by the US government...yet.
https://usawatchdog.com/missing-21-trillion-means-federal-government-is-lawless-dr-mark-skidmore/
http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?519671-21-Trillion-Missing-From-US-Federal-Budget
On to the madness...
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Current wish-list for mods:
1. A mod to put a faked screenshot behind doors/cave exits that exit into Skyrim's worldspace.
2. A mod for better doors/locks
3. A mod for a better Nightmare
4. A mod for diverse locks
5. A mod for treasure chests to appear open and overflowing with coin
6. A mod for reducing the size of collision boxes around static objects so arrows don't get stuck in mid-air
7. A mod for actual barns, not those ridiculous mangers in which the horses would freeze to death.
8. A mod for wayward pines, a giant pine tree that you can shelter under.
9. A mod for Ioun stones from Dungeons & Dragons
System specs are:
Liquid-cooled (Seidon 120M) i7-4790K (at 4.1-ish GHz non-OC'd) on an Asus Z97-A mobo, with 16GB of DDR3-1866MHz RAM, an MSI GTX 980Ti GPU, and a 750W EVGA Gold Plus PSU in a Corsair Carbide 300R windowed case, with a 1TB HDD and 250GB SSD (yeah, yeah, I know, I should have went for the 1TB SSD, too). Here's a bit of nerd-porn for you:
Games in rotation (currently):
Assassin's Creed: Syndicate
Defiance
Skyrim (duh)
Fallout 4 (not tinkering with it--too afraid of breaking a navmesh in the CK)
Fallout New Vegas (needs to be added and modded eventually)
Fallout 3 (needs to be added and modded eventually)
Pillars of Eternity
Civ V (because I haven't bought Civ VI yet)
Warframe (because damn, have you seen the Nezha frame when you've used an Orokin Catalyst on it? One word: Fire. And lots of it.)
I think that Skyrim has crossed the Rubicon and gone from simple videogame to art. Prove me wrong.
>protip: you can't
Currently using NMM over MO, waiting for Vortex.
I may not always have the right answers, but I have no problem helping others look for the answers that are right.
And now, for the really interesting stuff you've all been waiting for...
Easy, there, killer. It's probably not what you think. Actually, it is about time...
Two Wolves' Theory of Everything (Warning: Madness Ahead! Wear Proper Protection!)
Cosmologic Interpretive Dialectics On Holographic Reality And Consciousness, or
The Infinite Improbability Generator Hypothesis
By:
Michael Two Wolves
Author’s note: This is a coarsely-written hypothesis created to attempt to explain perceived and actual phenomenon arising from the nature of human consciousness and existence, reconciled through the lens of mathematics and physics to constrain it to provable limits and not metaphysics.
Abstract: This hypothesis attempts to include and explain recent developments in the physics and mathematics fields that raise uncomfortable philosophical questions (to me; others may not be discomfited at all) about the nature of reality and how human consciousness intersects with it in as-yet hitherto unexplained ways. To wit, I propose that all of reality is a binary, holographic reality, constructed from sine wave energy forms, consisting of fractal probabilities at the quantum level that are directly affected through conscious awareness (not conscious observation) by the existence of a probability tree, unique to everything in the universe, set in motion at the moment of each system’s creation and affected by a probability cascade that has been on-going since the beginning of time, as inferred by the existence of a probability chain of events that have already occurred since the big bang.¨
To borrow a quote from the late visionary, Douglas Adams, “Nothing is impossible, only highly improbable.”
Background: Before I begin discussing the nature of reality and The Way Things Really Are, I will pause and simply say that in this hypothesis, I make no ontological arguments, and yet, the logic chain that lead me to this point seems to hint that there is at least something out there beyond our ken; whether this is my own bias or not is irrelevant, and no belief in the existence of God is necessary to enjoy the psychic exercise of simply looking at things differently to experience the novelty of this hypothesis. Nor does this hypothesis conclude one way or the other as to God’s existence, so do not worry that it is a soap box for me to proselytize.
This is why I fell back on mathematics, and became obsessed with mathematical symmetry in higher functions such as trigonometry and calculus. This is because I was struck by Taoists and their belief in duality in everything, a sort of religious binary existence, and how that echoes in mathematics such as algebra and calculus where in order for a “statement” to be true, or a formula to be solved, it must balance on both sides of the equal sign. This also is echoed in the second law of thermodynamics: entropy. All things seek to equalize; or, nature abhors a vacuum. This is a crude paraphrasing of the work astrophysicists and theorists do, but it gets the point across.
I do not profess to be good at mathematics, but this hypothesis does not (yet) go into the actual mathematics of it by and large; it deals more with the concepts that those higher mathematics speak of, and how they intersect with consciousness and reality. I did this purposely to rule out bias as much as possible—if the math doesn’t balance where I had enough knowledge to be able go into more detail, then it’s untrue. It will be up to my betters to work out the formulae to either prove or disprove this hypothesis.
Furthermore, mathematics is important to me in this hypothesis because it is eternal. Anything that contributes to it or uses it in significant ways for other sciences becomes eternal. It is the only constant in this universe that is absolutely never will change. Once something is known, it cannot be unknown, and as the periphery of human mathematical knowledge continues to increase, it becomes encoded into reality forever (as I will explain in a moment). 2+2=4 is as true today as it was 10 seconds after the big bang. The name Pythagoras will be around as long as humans exist because of his theorem from 2500 years ago. For those of the religious side, if there is anything that can said to be the language of God, it is mathematics. For those of the atheistic view, if we as a species are to dominate and master the universe, we must first learn how to understand what it tells us about the nature of reality.
Everything, and I mean everything, is fundamentally connected on a level we cannot yet really perceive, though we’ve come very, very close with the work of Louis De Broglie and David Bohm, and neuroscientists like Karl Lashley and Karl Pribram, whose work I draw very heavily upon for this hypothesis. I also draw upon the mathematics of Benoit Mandelbrot, which I believe provide us a huge clue into the nature of reality, when viewed in the correct light and in line with other evidence I present below. More and more scientists seem to be coming to the conclusion that there is some fundamental layer from which particles spring forth, some other dimension where the “tunneling” occurs, and I posit that is where the answers lay. Most importantly of all, however, is the crowning centerpiece that really proves, as far as I can tell, how ridiculously amazing our universe is when applied in a novel way: The Banach-Tarski Paradox, applied to four-dimensional space-time instead of the surface of a sphere. The implications are startling, to say the least.
Lastly, I must define several terms and concepts I use to describe my vision of this hypothesis, so bear with me.
First of all, I use the term conscious awareness to mean general self-awareness without an immediate expectation of an outcome. For example, in a test in which there are two possible outcomes at a quantum level, conscious observation would be the unremovable bias created through the observer effect at the quantum level; conscious awareness, on the other hand, is simply the awareness that there even is a test being conducted in the first place. This implies that reality is not a separate, distinct system that acts independent of the observer; rather, the observer is required for the system to exist in the form that it does because both the observer and the distinct system are intertwined parts of the same fundamental layer of the universe, which itself is the mother-system that contains all the separate, distinct sub-systems (be they the tiniest of particles or the largest of stellar objects) of our reality within it. None of that violates causality, as I will show.
The probability cascade is the chain of events that play out at a universal scale since the beginning of time (which, as far as we know was at the Big Bang) within the system we call the universe. This chain of events is essentially a tree of all possibilities for a given system that has branched out to infinite proportions; and every sub-system within the system we call the Universe has it’s own tree, called a Pattern, and Patterns are referred to in general as a probability trees. The moment of now divides the probability cascade from the probability chain; the former are the current events being experienced through conscious awareness of the here and now, and the latter is the evidentiary chain left behind by each sub-system’s physical passage through time. For example, it could something as spectacular as the gas cloud in the Andromeda galaxy that will one day give birth to a planet in a star system in which an alien will be born named Bob, all because one particle decided to go a different direction a picosecond after the Big Bang.
This is a hard concept for me to impart, I think, but one way I look at it (minus the metaphysical trappings) is a sort of astrology at universal scale, a butterfly effect for every single particle in existence upon every other particle in existence, over and over as the system of the Universe progresses through time. For humans, I think there really may be a extremely tiny and measurable effect of every particle in the universe upon us, not only at the moment of our birth, but throughout every second of our lives as we progress through time. It may be almost negligible to the point of a decimal with a lot of zeros to the right, but it still is there—it must be as each person is a subsystem of the universe, and subject to the things that exist inside of it no matter how small. It’s simply that we do not yet have the computational power or the mathematical understanding to revert the universe as a system backwards on paper to trace a subsystem’s path through it, though I believe Bohm was onto this without realizing the implication of what he had discovered.
The one amazing thing about the De Broglie-Bohm system (besides the others which I will discuss momentarily) is that it is entirely deterministic; if you know a particle’s pilot wave function, you can trace it’s movement backwards through space-time. And yet, there is a greater, unspoken implication here: It still leaves open the door for the existence of space-time being nothing but probabilities at the quantum level! Therefore, it does not rule out such concepts as free will—we still have to chose which probabilities we go down as we progress along our Pattern through time, but once those decisions are made, using the De Broglie-Bohm method would allow someone to know everything we had done in the past if they knew our pilot wave function. Scientists will undoubtedly say this only applies at quantum mechanical levels, but I say that this should be able to be applied to any system.
This brings me to another concept which I must impart to you because in order to properly conceptualize what I am about to go into further detail over, you must know how I see it in my mind’s eye. I call it the Law of Referential Interchangeability. Basically, it says this: Anything can be related to something else in the natural world, if you look hard enough. Example: The veins in a leaf very much resemble the arteries of interstate highways between major cities, delivering cars instead of chlorophyll, much like our own arteries deliver oxygen and vital fluids to major organs. Or the way certain numbers repeat through nature, such as the number 4 as in four directions, four dimensions of reality, four chemical ingredients in the DNA of every human, etc. There must be a reason these physical forms, or fractal archetypes, continue to re-occur throughout all of nature. (Another, more potentially-disturbing philosophical example of this would be the fact that the more organized a system is, the more potential it has for developing intelligence, but scientists don’t know what the tipping point is yet. Compare that to the universe as a system—how do you know the universe isn’t yet intelligent? It’s awfully complex and pretty organized for all the laws that work in perfect harmony…)
I do not believe this to be coincidental because this law repeats itself often over and over all throughout nature, even in societal demographics, behavioral patterns, anything and everything. Nature repeats patterns over and over, in infinite variation, but some archetypes seem to emerge over the ages at different time scales in proportion to size. Nature favors some patterns over others.
Details: The last concept, and the one from which I will now build the hypothesis on top of is the nature of the fabric of reality. At the very tiniest—the quantum froth if you will, of probabilities—I posit that it’s like standing on a black-gridded surface as in the movie Tron. A blue line extends forward and splits into two choices. Always and only two. Everything in this hypothesis must be broken down to this lowest level for it to work. Yes/No. 0/1. On/Off. Each line forks, and each of those lines fork, ad infinitum. Behind you are red lines (purely a visual conceit indicating the past, in this case, or parallel to your current time, a choice that wasn’t chosen and is now unavailable) going all the way back to the Big Bang.
Each fork is a binary node, simply a yes/no. There is nothing more elemental than the information of did the system do x, or didn’t it? Each choice, no matter how trivial, even choices we had no conscious knowledge of but that still interacted with our probability tree (essentially, our life’s timeline), is there, laid out in the blue lines.
Here comes a fun part: say you kneel down and peer closer at the blue line at the first binary node you see, which is your decision to kneel down and peer closer at the blue line at the first binary node you see; you suddenly see smaller forks, and even smaller forks, all the way down to the zero space-time intervals (explained below) that fall below the conscious volition threshold, nodes caused by interactions with every other particle in the universe that every touches you or comes into contact with you.
Not only that, I also predict that if such a map could be made of each binary node like the above image, that by zooming out you would see in the long term that the path was generally sinusoidal in shape. This is because everything repeats and is connected to everything else due to the Law of Referential Interchangeability.
Now, here’s an extremely important aspect of this, and we must pay attention to cartesian coordinates in this for it to make sense (even though cartesian coordinates aren’t used in space-time calculations; this is purely for conceptualization of this hypothesis): You can see infinite probabilities as you “gaze” horizontally across this grid, but you can only zoom “down” so far. So in other words, xyz coordinates you can see in all directions, horizontally (if you have the computational power to keep looking more and more “distantly”), but not in t, time (or vertically), because you can only zoom down to the zero space-time interval points. Banach-Tarski can be applied to real systems in our universe in three dimensions, but when applied to time, it reveals the binary nature of the universe immediately and undeniably, and shows that as the universe expands, it creates time along a space-time wave-front. Space must exist for time to pass; one cannot exist without the other. This is why I posit that the deeper into space we peer (thereby creating space for time to exist), the universe will continue to get older and older, time-wise, the other half of space-time. Again, that duality reflecting the binary nature of reality.
These nodes pass all the time below our conscious awareness, in large part as our brains aren’t physically capable of perceiving, that small of a time increment. From Wikipedia’s entry for Special Relativity/Spacetime: “Space-time intervals are difficult to imagine; they extend between one place and time and another place and time, so the velocity of the thing that travels along the interval is already determined for a given observer.” This essentially conforms to the De Broglie-Bohm model, which is superior to, and supersedes quantum physics by proving that non-locality is fundamentally flawed. This proves everything in the universe is deterministic—in accord with the given probabilities within it’s probability tree.
This was recently splashed across the headlines as Einstein being disproven by the internet with spooky action at a distance. Something very strange is going on with reality that we don’t understand, yet. This is so mind-boggling for the established scientists that it will be decades before they fully understand the implications of what this discovery means. Here's the important part. I'm simply applying Banach-Tarski to four-dimensional space-time wherein the universe itself is considered a mathematical set, as is everything else in it in accordance with the De Broglie-Bohm model of a deterministic universe.
In the image above, you can continue to gaze outward, and each of these branches is a tree unto itself, or another set, and each node is a further tree unto itself. You can zoom out in t, or time, infinitely, but you can only zoom down to the zero space-time intervals. This is because time is unidirectional, and each conscious mind that perceives time creates a fresh probability tree because any energetic system that touches the fourth dimension of space/time generates a cascade of probabilities as it “enters” reality, and these tress that can touch, and often do. When these probability trees align, or sync (which is a more accurate terms as you will see momentarily), they generate positively. When they are out of sync, they subtract negatively. The terms positive and negative aren’t used in the ordinary sense, nor in a metaphysical one. Rather, this refers simply to two ends of a spectrum, a hallmark of the binary nature of the universe in which we live that I will explain in a moment.
Moving forward or backwards, for the purposes of this description is the z-axis, i.e., that of t, or time. Since time always moves linearly and is unidirectional, the probability chain cannot be turned back into potentials, it has already been made into solid reality by act of the system progressing along the probability wave-front along the z-axis. Therefore, based upon this, if you were to build a camera fast enough, and were able to film at the speed of a zero space-time interval, you would see reality forming as a result of conscious awareness creating it.
Moreover, each binary node occurs at a zero space-time interval, so these branches would happen every possible moment, and each possible moment in infinite time would have a binary node, as illustrated by the Banach-Tarski Paradox. Moreover, the Banach-Tarski Paradox indicates that no matter how far we zoom down, we will always be able to generate an additional zero space-time interval so you would never run out. This, of course, means that you would never be able to build a camera fast enough to see between the zero space-time nodes because there would always be another node.
Here is why I had to be lengthy in explaining time as it pertains to this hypothesis: because time is motion and motion is time. This may not seem all that revelatory on the surface, however, in order for there to be motion, there must be matter. You can’t have a patch of nothing suddenly acquire velocity and go flying past other patches of nothing in the void of outer space. n/0=0 It’s a basic law of nature that nothing from nothing is nothing. Therefore, as soon as matter entered the universe, it required time to exist because otherwise there would be no motion, and everything would be static. First came space, then came time, then came matter to fill that space over the course of time because nature abhors a vacuum.
In spacetime, the separation between two events is measured by the invariant interval between the two events, which takes into account not only the spatial separation between the events, but also their temporal separation. The interval, s2, between two events is defined as:
s2 = Δr2 -- c2•Δt2
Thus, these zero space-time nodes are invariant; once they have have been resolved in one of only two ways (yes or no), they become part of the probability chain that, using an algorithm that hasn’t yet been written based on the De Broglie-Bohm Model to calculate backwards the entire universe as a system (or smaller subsystems contained within it of any size), you would be able to know with exact certitude what had happened at that specific point in time. You would only need to know the value for the pilot wave for a given system to make this calculation.
Furthermore, these probability trees we are presented with through the course of our lives are fractal in nature; that is, they seem to behave according to the laws of fractal mathematics. Nor is this the only instance of how fractals mathematics intersects with reality. Deciduous trees, rivers, the ways that the highway system and rail lines develop…all behave in fractal fashion.
Because of this, I posit that while time is unidirectional, flowing only in one direction, the balance for this is that thanks to the De Broglie-Bohm model allows us to “zoom out” of the fractal reality opposite of the flow of time using the pilot wave function to determine where every particle was in a given system at a given interval in time.
I do not believe this to be random chance. I believe nature utilizes fractal forms because they are more efficient at energy-transfer. The only reason I can possibly deduce for this is that it has to do with being the most efficient forms for energy-transfer, a sort of Darwinian evolution of cosmological scale—nature uses only that which gets the job done fastest with the least amount of energy expended. This energy-transference is important and tangent to this hypothesis for several reasons, not the least of which is the fact that all matter in existence demonstrates wave-like properties on the subatomic scale.
In other words, everything is a wave-form, and everything is in the process of transferring energy of one form or another, to another something else, either through conscious volition, as in our case, or through the abstract laws of thermodynamics and entropy. The matter-wave nature of all particles in creation is well-documented here.
So, what takes up all the space that time sprang from? Sine waves. Energy came before matter in the Big Bang because matter springs from energy, and in particular, the energetic interaction of dissonant waves, similar to the way laser light interference patterns become holograms. In fact, that is exactly what is happening in how reality exists. And all energy exists as sine waves.
There is a lengthy trigonometric explanation here as to why pure tones are always reduced to a sine wave on oscilloscopes, never a saw tooth or square wave or anything else. This is because a sine wave is a circle expressed in time.
The Law of Conservation of Energy is constant. And since time itself is fractal in nature, that means that a sine wave, regardless of source, will radiate forever in a vacuum due to the second postulate of special relativity, which is that the speed of light is constant, regardless of the observer.
This is why photons traveling from the sun to the earth cross the distance in a zero time-space interval, even though that interval to us is 8 minutes and 93 million miles. Intervals are invariant, where as space and time are separately not invariant. This is why space-time is the canvas upon which is first built time, then energy, then matter.
Interestingly, even though a sine wave is a circle expressed in time, that time would be a zero space-time interval according to those same principles of special relativity. Thus, electromagnetic waves are the observable evidence of the un-visible zero space-time interval.
Now, the De Broglie-Bohm model of physics, as worked out initially by Louis de Broglie in 1927 and again, separately, by David Bohm in 1952. Bohm’s name comes up again, too, later on, and in particular, his work with holograms.
In Bohmian Mechanics, the wave function is governed by the Schrodinger Equation:
Additionally, every particle contains a real-world location, even when it’s not being observed. Changes in the positions of the particles are given by another equation, known as the “pilot wave” equation, or “guiding equation.” The theory is fully deterministic: if you know the initial state of a system, and you’ve got the wave function, you can calculate where each particle will end up. This is explained here.
This is very indicative of the probability chain I mentioned earlier. There is no reason this should not be able to to be scaled up to larger and larger sizes, and in turn applied to planetary and stellar bodies to test it’s validity.
Moreover, sine waves play an incredibly important function in this hypothesis because they are essentially the energy-analog (compared to matter) of the basic building blocks of the universe. Only sine waves are found in nature; any other form of wave is considered artificially-generated (or the result of rare natural phenomenon such as geysers, etc), and detection of such waves should automatically be considered unnatural and deliberate.
Well, sine wave is special, being a solution of F=-kx. It is produced by a simple harmonic oscillator, which can be basically anything that obeys F=-kx law. A lot of non-linear real-world systems are approximated quite well by linear F=-kx law for sufficiently small values of x. So as long as there is a force opposing the displacement and the dissipation is sufficiently small, the system will be capable of oscillating and the smaller the displacement the closer it is going to be to sine wave. To produce square, triangular or saw-tooth wave you would need rather special non-linear process. This can happen but it would be rare. A geyser would be an example of such system, I guess the pressure inside would look like a saw-tooth.
Also, this appears in the same thread:
A Square wave is just a superposition of a whole lot of high frequency sin waves and a few lower frequency ones for the basic shape. There is not much before humans came along that could produce so many high frequency waves, but humans invented mechanical units that produce square waves and so now they exist in nature, since we are part of nature. Same goes for any other sort of wave, ones that require very specific high frequency interference to produce hard edges usually being the product of intelligent design.
Several things can be inferred from this:
1. The sine wave is the basic building block of the universe;
2. The sine wave is the most efficient method of energy transfer; and
3. The sine wave is the most common form of fractal pattern throughout the entire universe.
All three of these are proven by the binary, fractal nature of the universe, and that fractal is a sine wave. That is the beating heart of the universe. Sine waves can be used to plot anything, especially two points on a spectrum, which reveals the binary nature of the universe.
Again, we see in the above image the x, y, and z coordinates laid out the way they were in the probability tree, where z is time. The sine wave, thus, exists in all four dimensions. Sine waves have an inherent “up” and “down,” or “positive” and “negative,” to them; this is an intrinsic quality of the binary universe. Two points and a line, two points and a spectrum, in the case of the Banach-Tarski Paradox.
Thus, the sine wave is the absolute base element of the universe. Everything can be plotted along a sine wave. There is nothing you can name that cannot. The sine wave is the basic building block of the universe. The binary nature of the universe hints at the fractal nature, too, as having a fractal universe requires you have two numbers to divide, which is what binary is. I guess the Taoists were right, huh?
Now, we exist in an Einsteinian universe of causality, and nothing of the above violates that. Since the universe is, mathematically, one giant moebius loop, that means time is as well. And Heisenberg gave us further proof of this binary, fractal nature of reality:
…where h with the line is the reduced Planck constant, h/(2). So, as we know, the Uncertainty Principle above tells us that an observer of a system can never know both the exact position and the velocity of a particle in that system. Moveover, it states that the closer one comes to exact certitude about the position of the particle, the less certain the velocity can be calculated, and vice-versa.
Per Wikipedia:
It has since become clearer, however, that the Uncertainty Principle is inherent in the properties of all wave-like systems, and that it arises in quantum mechanics simply due to the matter wave nature of all quantum objects.
If this were to be plotted out on a sine wave, for instance, you would have the median line, where an observer knows a rough approximation of both the exact position and the velocity, and as one or the other variable is sought with greater exactitude, the certainty of the unsought variable moves away. Oscillate this over time, and voila, a sine wave. Everything can be plotted on a sine wave.
Now, I’ll admit, this is where I’m a bit unsure of the math, as the observer effect states that the mere act of observing a system changes it, but this is only true at the quantum level where observe has a different meaning than in classical physics. However, since sine waves are fractal in nature, and since of all of nature is fractal, we should be able to observe repeating patterns at varying distances.
Now, strangely, this seemingly-random nature of patterns appearing out of the chaos ends at about 350 million light years out. I posit that this is a constant, and that this is where a new fractal pattern supercedes it on a far larger scale. The only way to see beyond it would be to remove ourselves from it--a sort of, can't see the forest from the trees. It's strikingly similar to how the Planck constant operates in which we cannot observe below a certain depth, or resolution. In other words, once we zoom so far in, it becomes a quantum froth reduced to mere probabilities.
Is this the equivalent of being able to see an atom, but not much farther because the photons of light are too "large" for the objects being examined? Is something similar happening on a larger scale, macroscopically? I believe so, if for no other reason than because:
1. Nature re-uses patterns, over and over, often in infinite variations.
2. All of nature is a fractal pattern, binary in nature.
3. The brain is a hologram.
4. All of reality has the hallmarks of a hologram.
I do not take the observer effect to mean conscious observation, but rather, conscious awareness as defined above. This implies that the probabilities that were resolved in the past going back to the beginning of time have a direct bearing upon the all the probabilities that will ever occur in this universe. This is illustrated by the Schrodinger’s Cat Paradox—is it alive, or is it dead? The only way to find out is to open the box, but by opening the box, you’re subjecting the cat to one of two fates. Before the box is opened, the cat existed in a state of quantum flux, with both possibilities existing side by side as potentials.
The part where conscious observation comes into play is that the cat exists only in a state of quantum flux because there was a conscious decision made by someone to put the cat in the box. That decision already affected the outcome. It unravels the farther back you go—that cat was going into that box at that moment, and this was set in stone at the very moment of the creation of the universe because it’s a part of the universe’s probability tree, a part of that fractal reality.
This probability cascade cannot be perceived in any way directly, but it is perceivable through conscious observation—we know the universe is as old as it is because there are fossil records, etc. Time moves only forward, however, no matter how big the loop may be, so we are trapped in the sine wave forever. This seems to suggest that time is a fixed medium, and that all the probabilities would have already been decided based on the law of causality because of the probabilities that already were resolved since the beginning of time.
This further suggests that reality itself is a sort of holographic record because just as holograms are laid on film by the interference patterns generated by lasers, which creates meaningless swirls on the film until a laser is shone across it, so, too, is reality like a film that records the interference patterns of the sine waves that are all over nature. Thus, all of reality is nothing but a holographic recording.
In 1982, Alain Aspect conducted a series of experiments in Paris, France, and discovered under certain circumstances, subatomic particles are able to instantly “communicate” with each other, regardless of the distance involved. This has huge implications to physics, not the least of which is that this seemingly violates Einsteinian physics and causality.
Moreover, this has recently been proven in dramatic fashion by scientists at the National Institute of Standard and Technology with an experiment that was crowd-sourced via a video game on the internet, and proved beyond a reasonable doubt that “spooky action at a distance” is actually real.
This proves that the Standard Model of the universe is flawed and that the De Broglie-Bohm model is right. This also means that we are all connected, and for all we know, we are all the same person sharing a dream, and only think we are individual people. Either way, this proves that the universe is, in fact, holographic.
Here is why this is so important to this hypothesis. That same David Bohm who came up with the Bohmian Mechanics framework mentioned earlier, expanded upon Aspect’s work, and he created holograms across different mediums, or “films,” using lasers. The film takes on meaningless swirls and when laser light hits it, the hologram appears.
Here is the key part of his work, though: He discovered that when you halved the film, the entire image still showed up as a hologram. If you halved the first half, and shone a laser on it, the entire hologram still showed up. In fact, he continued cutting up film smaller and smaller, and each time, the complete image showed up, albeit, smaller and smaller in proportion to the size of the film. Per an excellent article found here:
Unlike normal photographs, every part of a hologram contains all the information possessed by the whole. The "whole in every part" nature of a hologram provides us with an entirely new way of understanding organization and order. For most of its history, Western science has labored under the bias that the best way to understand a physical phenomenon, whether a frog or an atom, is to dissect it and study its respective parts.
He concluded that the only way that particles could stay in contact across vast distances is if the separateness of the particles were an illusion, and at some deeper level, they are all extensions of the same fundamental something, not unlike a hologram.
Nor was he the first to discover this. Karl Lashely, in the 1920s, conducted a series of experiments designed to discover the nature of how the brain stores memories. He trained rats to run a maze, and then excised different portions of their brains, and made a very strange discovery: No matter which port of the brain he removed,
the rats were still able to run the maze.
Based on this, Stanford Neurophysiobiologist Karl Pribram believes that memories are encoded, not in the neurons or neuron-bundles, but in the nerve impulses that crisscross the entire brain in the same way that the patterns of laser light interference crisscross across the surface of a piece of film containing a hologram.
In other words, the brain is an optical storage device, only the “light” are the nerve impulses.
Moreover, the Banach-Tarski Paradox itself hints at this holographic nature of reality as it describes points on the surface of a sphere, not unlike the swirls of laser interference patterns that crisscross our brains as we store memories. Stranger still, this paradox shows that, mathematically, at least, you can always generate more from an infinite system. The math holds true.
Conclusion: Everything points to the existence of this probability matrix, if you will, and more and more as scientists unravel the secrets of the universe hand-in-hand with mathematicians, the more eerie things will get as more and more facts will be found to fall in line with this hypothesis.
This hypothesis seems to answer a lot of things, and I’m hoping to hear what others think.
Lastly, for my own amusement and how much it sort of relates to this (but not necessarily intrinsic to the hypothesis):
https://youtu.be/UjGPHF5A6Po