Authors: John Raymond
Abstract At its deepest level, informational reality is indivisible. The structure of indivisible reality can only be identified and described by means of predictive algebra. However, divisible informational processes are different measurements to the divisible whole. I refer to these different measurements as being units of the whole. I debate that in the pre-space continuum of irreducible reality, reducible informational processes may appear as the same processes. Furthermore, these two processes are inseparable. I suggest that this inseparability is an effect that is informationally representative of the imaginary matrix of reality. It is my opinion that it is impossible to measure the units of reaction between the energy type forces of holistic reality but it is possible to measure the influences and effects of the reaction of these forces. This demonstrates the entangled nature of indivisible and divisible forces in the matrix of reality. I have described two new particles. One I have entitled a Universal particle and the other one a Minus particle. I have demonstrated how the properties and effects of the Universal particle may have informationally emerged through its relationship with the Minus particle. By so doing, I demonstrate how the Universal particle can traverse all universes and dimensions. This also means that it can be seen as the reality particle. firstname.lastname@example.org
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