Authors: Abed Peerally
Scientific and philosophical knowledge and concepts, about our universe, have reached a practically saturated bloated condition, where science and mathematics, on their own, cannot fully explain physical realities: the ultimate nature of quantum theory, Einstein’s relativity laws, and their integration into a Theory of Everything, unless we resort to new ideas and concepts of physical realities. There are important physics aspects which have varied interpretations like for instance mass, gravitation, particles and forces, the Higgs boson, symmetry, dimensions and others. A Theory of Everything of our universe, according to many physicists, might be the ultimate concept of physics, capable of elucidating all scientific and natural realities, but nature appears to be perpetually mysterious and elusive. A natural concept of the origin of our universe is simply speculative and unbelievable. This article explains that we require new physics, including multi-dimensional physics, as the only approach that can take us towards understanding aspects of Metaphysics, the higher science that potentially underpins quantum theory, relativity, consciousness and spacetime. This is an area where String Theory’s mathematics, but not their philosophy and science, could perhaps be applied in abstruse attempts to find new ways to unite spacetime and extra-dimensions. Why we have an existence, where we appear to be an impossibility in an impossible universe, seems to unconditionally require inputs from a higher-level quantum concept connected to metaphysics. This option is the only one capable to unravel the Theory of Everything, from which the integration of quantum theory with Einstein’s relativity and consciousness, has a strong potential to surface. These new physics are within our reach and are imperative to lead to the ultimate explanation of the universe, which will clearly show that there must have been a supernatural act of creation.
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