Saturday, January 4, 2020

Instagram 61-70

61. Genes, Memes, and Spimes, time crystals and gravity waves. All ways of thinking about the fourth dimension in a timeless spatial way. #westartwithapoint

62. So many great minds of the 20th century insisted that free will is an illusion. That point of view works great if your life is going well, but can impart a feeling of hopelessness for those facing adversity. Think of a time in your own life where you said "hell no, that's not going to happen". The alternate outcomes still exist out there within Everett's universal wavefunction, and you got here by a combination of your free will, chance, and the actions of others.

63. "Everything that we regard as existing postulates consciousness." - Planck
"I insist that all is waves." - Schrodinger
You are the point observing Everett's universal wavefunction. This is both a mathematical and a spiritual approach to visualizing reality, whichever interests you more.

64. I would recommend all school chidren be shown Neil Turok's brilliant presentation The Astonishing Simplicity of Everything. It explains so much, and puts our place in the universe in the right perspective. Imagining how something as amazing as our universe can be generated from a point moving in spacetime to describe the 5D universal wavefunction has been my thing too, our course.

65. Becoming homeless and moving into my sister and brother-in-law's basement was my November, how was yours? I look forward to the happy tomorrow that I know is still on its way.

66. I see the multiverse concept takes some heat in a review of Sean Carroll's new book in Scientific American this month. Picturing Everett's Universal Wavefunction and all its possible outcomes as a single timeless whole still seems like the obvious connection to simulation theory, which does have huge support lately.

67. Here we are in Turok's messy middle, in much the same way David Jay Brown describes it. There is our version that lasts the longest, and through retrocausality it pulls us towards it with the changes it makes in the present, as Stephen Hawking said it could. And epigenetics shows that we can change where that future bifurcation to us not being here lies within the multiverse. It's all a lovely circle, John Wheeler's self-excited circuit, humming along at the Planck length.

68. Richard Dawkins described to us so beautifully the "River Out of Eden" that represents the genetic connection we all share back to the first chemical chain that engaged with its fifth-dimensional probability space of Everett's Many Worlds - where the equations of general relativity and electromagnetism are resolved.

69. No matter what happens, we all go together in the multiverse. I wish you all the very best for the coming year!

70. Imagine each of these triangles, starting with the "now" triangle at the base, represents our Planck frame sample rate of the third dimension. As with digital audio, the closer you get to the sample rate the less well you are able to represent the information accurately, and most actions either happen instantaneously through entanglement, or as a result of repeating waves, like the ones in motion bo our Big Bon. Notice the downward pointing arrow? That's you, observing the universal wavefunction and all the rest of our physical reality in the fifth dimension, one Planck frame after another. I've added a little blob at the top left branch of the arrow to show how consciousness is fundamental, observing point-like particles from out of a sea of waves.

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