The Eighth Dynamic: Knowable and Unknowable

Reference: Course on Subject Clearing

The Eighth Dynamic basically pertains to both knowable and unknowable aspects of existence. The universe is manifested, which makes it knowable; but neither its cause nor its beginning is knowable. There is Inscrutable Power that keeps this universe running eternally; but, neither religion nor science has any clue to it.

The unknowable aspect of the eighth dynamic is personified as God, or Big Bang. It excites the curiosity to know its true nature. Out of this curiosity come postulates and theories, and through them come the awareness and knowledge of the universe. 

Unknowable simply means that no matter how much you know, there is always something more to know. And that is wonderful because it makes one strive more to achieve a deeper understanding. 

The knowable universe is manifested, which means it has substance and motion. We postulate a oneness for it, meaning it is continuous, consistent and harmonious. We postulate infinity of dimensions for it, which gives it the appearance of duality, because each dimension has two opposite ends.

Postulates are followed by more postulates and the awareness and knowledge of the universe grows. Connections are made and the universe appears to evolve. Thus, the unknowable seems to transition into knowable, but it is never exhausted.

We find everything in this universe to be cyclic and changing continually. None of it remains the same forever. Yet the universe remains continuous, consistent and harmonious. These are the only “static” aspects to it, if any.

In this knowable universe, the continuity provides the sense of duality, consistency provides the sense of truth, and harmony provides the sense of aesthetics.

The Eighth dynamic is the continuous transition from unknowable to knowable. It is the solving of anomalies. And this brings about a sense of ecstasy. This is summarized here:

What is Unknowable?

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Comments

  • Chris Thompson  On January 25, 2023 at 2:12 PM

    Hi Vinay, Seeing and understanding your continual refinements that bring your concepts into not only harmony with yourself but also into harmony with myself does also give me a sense of ecstasy. 🙂

    Regarding gravity, whether it is a force, if F=ma then given a side by side orbit of a 1 kg iron ball and a 10 kg iron ball, would the two remain side by side? What does the answer to this question mean to our understanding whether gravity is a force?

    • vinaire  On January 25, 2023 at 9:14 PM

      Thank you Chris. My current project is to start with the Eighth Dynamic and work down to the first dynamic. There is a tremendous amount to cover to locate all major anomalies.

      Your question on gravity pertains to the 6th dynamic. The radius of the 10 kg ball’s orbit shall be much larger to balance its heavier weight if all other factors are the same. So they cannot orbit side by side (be in the same orbit).

      • Chris Thompson  On January 26, 2023 at 12:25 AM

        You are welcome.

        I am trying to wrap my mind around the idea of spacetime being curved and drawing masses towards gravity ‘s center of mass, without it being a force, or emanating a tractor-like pulling force. What is it about gravity that lubricates curved spacetime?

        It seems that center of mass is somewhat opposite of a Lagrange Point. Both have achieved an equilibrium of gravitational forces, but in reverse vector to each other.

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