The Boundary of the Universe

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The universe seems to have a boundary even when it is considered to be infinite. This is because there is a limit to what one can be aware of. Thus one’s awareness seems to establish a boundary beyond which there is non-awareness.

This boundary is very likely made up of decreasing awareness of what is there. These gradients of decreasing awareness ultimately disappear into non-awareness.

We may assume the shape of this boundary of awareness to be spherical or close to being spherical. As the outer form of awareness is light, we may assume this outer boundary to be made up of light, which encloses the universe.

In any case, the surface of the universe, thus created by awareness and light, is most likely to be curved and having a convex appearance. This means that light or EMR at the boundary must curve onto itself. We suppose that light travels in straight lines, but it seems possible that light has a curvature even when it is imperceptible.

It is conjectured that as the frequency of EMR increases, its curves upon itself more sharply. Thus, it may be postulated that the volume enclosed by EMR decreases, and the density increases, with increasing frequency.

The electronic shells in an atom and its nucleus may ultimately be the result of this condensation of EMR.

When the EMR curves upon itself it also seems to lock up as a “standing wave.” This gives rise to quantum levels, as visible in the electronic shells of an atom.

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  • vinaire  On December 3, 2014 at 7:51 AM

    Space is a dimension that measures extent. Therefore, large area of space would mean a large extent of wave motion. A particle shall exist within this large extent. A particle shall be a motion curved back on itself.

  • vinaire  On December 3, 2014 at 9:52 AM

    Fundamental particles that are unstable, seem to be like resonances that arise and decay. And those particles that are stable, seem to be like resonances that are stably locked up in place like “standing waves.”

  • vinaire  On December 3, 2014 at 9:53 AM

    The law of Quantum Theory appears to like the law of Resonance at atomic levels.

  • vinaire  On December 3, 2014 at 9:57 AM

    Probabilities are patterns, and patterns are best represented by combination of waves. This is at the heart of Quantum Mechanics.

  • vinaire  On December 3, 2014 at 10:00 AM

    The dance of creation and destruction may be looked upon as a dance of awareness and non-awareness.

  • vinaire  On December 3, 2014 at 10:18 AM

    From “The Tao of Physics”

    The dance of Shiva is the dancing universe; the ceaseless flow of energy going through an infinite variety of patterns that melt into one another.

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  • vinaire  On December 3, 2014 at 10:37 AM

    The necleus of atom is a particle in itself. It is considered to be composed of protons and neotrons but that may just be an equivalency in terms of mass property or inertia. This inertia seems to come from the incredibly high frequency disturbance curving back on itself in a very small volume. The neutrons and protons do not exist in the nucleus, but are assumed based on mass and charge equivalency. They may get created when collisions take place.

    The electronic shell around the nucleus may be a harmonic of the disturbance in the nucleus. It is a much lower frequency disturbance attached to the nucleus due to the charge property, The charge may come from the direction of curvature or spin.

  • vinaire  On December 3, 2014 at 2:14 PM

    A subatomic particle may be decribed by a disturbance that has curved upon itself.

  • vinaire  On December 3, 2014 at 4:16 PM

    From “The Tao of Physics”

    The bootstrap philosophy constitutes the final rejection of the mechanistic world view in modern physics. Newton’s universe was constructed from a set of basic entities with certain fundamental properties, which had been created by God and thus were not amenable to further analysis. In one way or another, this notion was implicit in all theories of natural science until the bootstrap hypothesis stated explicitly that the world cannot be understood as an assemblage of entities which cannot be analysed further. In the new world view, the universe is seen as a dynamic web of interrelated events. None of the properties of any part of this web is fundamental; they all follow from the properties of the other parts,
    and the overall consistency of their mutual interrelations determines the structure of the entire web.

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    There is no fundamental stable datum. There is nothing that can be regarded as absolute.

  • vinaire  On December 3, 2014 at 4:24 PM

    From “The Tao of Physics”

    All natural phenomena are ultimately interconnected, and in order to explain any one of them we need to understand all the others, which is obviously impossible. What makes science so successful is the discovery that approximations are possible. If one is satisfied with an approximate ‘understanding’ of nature, one can describe selected groups of phenomena in this way, neglecting other phenomena which are less relevant. Thus one can explain many phenomena in terms of a few, and consequently understand different aspects of nature in an approximate way without having to understand everything at once. This is the scientific method; all scientific theories and models are approximations to the true nature of things, but the error involved in the approximation is often small enough to make such an approach meaningful. In particle physics, for example, the gravitational interaction forces between particles are usually ignored, as they are many orders of magnitude weaker than those of the other interactions. Although the error caused by this omission is exceedingly small, it is clear that the gravitational interactions will have to be included in future, more accurate theories of particles.

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  • vinaire  On December 3, 2014 at 7:48 PM

    I finally finished “The Tao of Physics”. Now I shall be reviewing th subject of Physics in order to tutor it.

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