Mathematical Physics


Basic Blueprint for Making This Universe

Authors: Rodney Bartlett

Over 30 years of thinking, plus the insights and mistakes in my viXra articles, reveal the basic blueprint for making this universe. This article continues from where previous articles finished (throughout, I’ve provided links to prior contributions). I begin with explanation of quantum particles, forces and spin in terms of positioning of Mobius loops and the flow of the loops’ binary digits accounting for the interference between gravitation and electromagnetism – together with a link supporting the idea of an electronics-based universe and addressing the topics of hidden variables, quantum fluctuation and virtual particles. The next link speaks of the inverse-square law and infinity. I give Dr. Carl Sagan credit where credit is due - and conclude that, being years ahead of his time, he saw a fundamental truth about the universe’s nature which he decided to include in his book “Contact”. Then time travel into the past (via matrices and the figure-8 Klein bottle), before putting it all together and indulging in some speculation about how to make this universe we’re living in. I think it’s too simple to say “We don’t need to make the universe … it’s already here”. That statement relies on time being strictly linear (like a straight line, rectilinear). We know it isn’t, but is curvilinear and warped. It’s better to say the universe is here now because our future civilization did the following in the past –

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