Okay, so, today I’ll begin to cover an idea that’s grown out of my pursuit of the origin of human consciousness. I’ve promised this further thought into my relational philosophy of consciousness, but have yet to deliver. For that, I apologize.
Identity—the unique point of view a person comes into the world with and lives throughout their lives with—becomes a major stumbling block in my understanding of where any sort of awareness goes after death.
The research I published (see EXPERIMENT) is a low energy analog of the expanding universe (Analogs are analogies. And analogies can be represented by mathematical functions that model behaviors—behaviors that might be similar to one another).
With our electronic age, a tipping point in information overload may have been reached, requiring new levels of management, personal and social. Today, almost unlimited information calls to us, generating an infinite potential for the creation of more information.
Does the universe exist as interpreted by us or at some other level?
All those for or against political polls, might I remind you that the United States is not a pure democracy (one person, one vote)? If we wanted to be a pure democracy, we’d have to do away with our tricameral governance:
Once it was thought that our solar system revolved around the Earth.
Then Copernicus discovered that the Earth and other planets revolved around the Sun.
Now we know the entire solar system orbits about our Galaxy every 230 million years.
So it should be no surprise that there is a possibility that God (the top-down rules governing What Is Behind What Is) can exhibit the same paradigm shift—be compiled in explicit datasets as well as generalized into space, time, and mass.
How The Expanding Universe Might Be Like An Expanding Droplet
Like the boundary of a two-fluid expanding droplet (unsteady and unstable) our universe goes “into and out of focus” at regular intervals.
Who Do We Become? We reach out to the stars with radio waves, to form relationships with complex beings like ourselves, hoping other outer-space entities will have solutions to our problems. We expect that to change, to be successful, requires a complex set of behaviors, but let’s look at the facts. Following are closed-space models, chemical …
You’ve heard a lot in the news recently that the way we do things in government has to change.
I believe that in passing any law, a legislature, no matter how humanistic or idealistic, must also be empathetic.