*************** The Laws of Reality - Discussion ***************
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~Sixth Draft~ July 29 2007 revision
Probably the best explanation and support for these laws is voiced by those that refer to "Personal Reality" and the laws that are quite apparent. These are not idle postulation. They are what we actually know while we await discoveries to the contrary, which it may be noted, will never happen. They provide a third educational perspective beyond the basic two, being theology and evolution.
All beings, creatures and things are part of a single entity. (1)
All of reality including time is utterly elastic. (2)
All of reality is collectively generated by all beings and the living mass of nature. (3)
Reality is a globe we are within, not upon. (4)
Every thing and every creature has the innate ability to react with the universal. (5)
Time is a concept and can have no beginning nor end. (6)
The universe is composed of solid, liquid and gaseous objects that have no intrinsic constituent of matter. (7)
Existence must have a balance with non-existence. (8)
Every thing and every creature must exist and not exist simultaneously. (9)
Any event or combination of events must be possible without the need of matter of any kind. (10)
The mind appreciates the Earth and is the Earth. (11)
The Cosmos are created of apparency. (12)
Repetition and redundancy abound in these so called "Laws". Perhaps there could be 100 or just three but they are primarily observations derived from the discovery of anti-theory (not to be confused with anti-matter theory). They are followed by Entitic Science and Nonreal Entitic Science equally plagued by an underlying oxymoronic quality. Nonetheless they stand as the distilled results of simple thought that has taken the author some 40 plus years to develop, beginning in his late teens. Since they are not based on theory or theology they are heresy in it’s purest form and very unlikely to be accepted by a world scientific community that relies on mathematics, comparative examples and material evolution to create it’s theories. These laws will no doubt be proven to be as close as one can get to the explanation of everything as we know it but are so simple and obvious that mainstream science will brand them as philosophical dogma that has been previously stated elsewhere by a multitude of others since written history began.
Notes on each
The Laws are not numbered in the normal lists because of their transience and the previous versions can be found here but a reference number is placed at the end of each for these notes and also there is no attempt to put them in any particular order since they are just designed to provoke an alternative thought process.
(1) The word "only" has been removed from the first law (This is also used as the first law of Entitic Science)
(2) The utter elasticity of all things including time is proven simply by the fact that nothing can remain in any fixed state for even a second although it may appear to do so. Time is conceptual and even our best scientists have no idea what time it actually is. Our clocks are based on mean time and in our reality an hour can pass very rapidly and a minute can seem to go on forever.
(3) The third law shows through it’s evolution from the earlier versions that it’s difficult to assign the ability to psychoproject to only humans. This is quite less than absolute, unlike the other laws.
(4) The forth law was added in V5 in this place to preserve the poetic order and the numbers only refer to this page of notes. If you look around you, You will see that you are within a globe of apparency and not standing on one as the scientists would have you believe. In space the earth may seem to be a globe but is actually a disc at the edge of your own sphere of reality.
(5) The fifth is a direct reference to the inability of DNA to explain things like specific facial heredity and instinct (Universal means "the world").
(6) The sixth is another reference to time considered by mainstream science to be a dimension, which it is not and a reference to the idea that things "began", which they did not. Again You are reminded that these statements must be considered true until such times as they might be replace by proof of else.
(7) The seventh is a direct broadside on the idea that we were somehow derived from unthinking matter by it’s own magical volition and also that matter will somehow outlast us.
(8) The eighth is the fundamental paradox law and simply means that if you start with nothing you must maintain that condition. Things cannot be created when you have nothing to create them with or rather ’out of’.
(9) The ninth is a continuation of the seventh and eighth laws and primarily conceptual and argumentative. It means that we in our thought processes think we exist but do not, said in a more eloquent manner. This could also represent the actual truth to the enigmatic "Cosmological Constant" that physicist’s are wrestling with.
(10) The tenth is largely a redundant addition to laws seven, eight and nine but is designed to show the relation of things like a supernova or a personal conversation to the distinct lack of matter.
(11) In the eleventh law "appreciates" means "creates" and is truly poetic but displays more redundancy.
(12) Twelfth law is the most beautiful of all, poetically speaking, and simply drives home the common theme that the stars aren’t really there, nor are we.
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