General Science and Philosophy


Realities Out of Total Simultaneity

Authors: Ir Wilhelmus P.C.M. de Wilde

After the wall of Planck reality as we perceive that “NOW” no longer exists, we are entering a “fifth” dimension the TOTAL SIMULTANAIETY , called TS , we pass the limits of causality at the quantum scale. This non causal side of TS can be “reached” on every point of our 4 dimensional universe, every quantum of the universe has the diameter of 1.616252 x 10^ -33cm, singularities only exist in our consciousness. The other limit of causality is the local speed of light c, where time stands still so there is no more before and after. In TS all information of all parallel universes and multiversity constitution is simultaneously present and available, our consciousness is able to align points out of this TS and so create the observable analogue universe that we are aware of. The totality of information from other universes (also partly observable by other consciousnesses) is influencing our linear causal deterministic universe, the origin of gravity , dark matter and the dark force possible emerge from here. The Big Bang is an imaginary non existing point in the TS area. Inflation is avoided by projecting inflation time into the area after the Wall of Planck, uniformity in the structure of space-time is so guaranteed. Our mind with its 100 billion neurones is able to cope with infinities because it has parallels with the qualities of TS. By entanglement we created our own baryonic universe.

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