Metaphysic of Physics Project
Physics is the explanation of reality, the underpinnings of the cosmos, of creation, and serves as the backdrop of humanity. It provides a descriptive for what we consider to be real, tangible, and what is invisible, too. Metaphysics is the study of the underlining reality of all that “is” real. It is the stage on which the script of redemption plays.
This research project will focus on several specific areas:
It is crucial in an undertaking such as science, especially given our day and age of gross and irreverent objection to anything remotely Christian, to establish a well defined and effective methodology that provides results that are both predictable and measurable. Empiricism is (was) the foundation of what we call science, yet today, that empirical nature has been eroded under the torrent we call evolution (a state supported atheistic religion).
Established most notably by Isaac Newton, this foundation of physics focuses on bodies and forces, and the laws of motion. It is the function of large objects.
Revolution making branch of physics, dealing with the infinitely small objects, Quantum physics has redefined what we know about the make up of our world, our universe – the very essence of existence. It focuses on the work of Einstein and relativistic process.
The bible is a treasure trove of hints and insights, moments that were codified for our edification, and speak to the metaphysical underpinnings that form the very foundation and fundamental building blocks of our physical and spiritual reality. The physics of the bible elucidate the how of God’s creation.
Time and space are two fascinating properties. I will be focusing on the idea of Space time – the fusion of our three dimensional space and time into a four dimensional continuum, as well as exploring the properties of time itself.
This will serve as an exploration into the development of a Theory of Everything, presenting the underlining reality of existence.
This area will explore the possibility of, problems with, and probability of time travel, both to the past and future. It will also touch on astro-projection and remote viewing as forms of time travel.
This section will explore the concept of alternative or parallel universes, alternate realities, and existences other than our own.
This area will explore the concept of dimensions and how there may be more dimensions than the three dimensional world we live in.
I have been inquisitive and more so hyper creative since early childhood. Armed with a vivid and overwrought imagination, I have often spent much time in wonderment of our existence, of the greatest reality that exists, of God and the fundamental nature and underpinnings of his creation.
By approaching the “metaphysic” of physics, I propose not to be limited by the common constraints of modern, naturalistic scientific inquiry. I’m interested solely in the truth, the underlying reality of the cosmos, a “theory of everything.”
I operate under the belief of a young earth created by the God of the bible.
- I predict there is but one, singular underlining reality that “exists.”
PRINT RESOURCE LIST
Greene, B. 2004. The Fabric of the Cosmos: Space, Time, and the Texture of Reality. New York: A.A. Knopf.
Susskind, Leonard, and George Hrabovsky. 2013. The Theoretical Minimum: What You Need to Know to Start Doing Physics. New York, NY: Basic Books.
Lanza, R.P., and Bob Berman. 2009. Biocentrism: How Life and Consciousness Are the Keys to Understanding the True Nature of the Universe. Dallas, TX: BenBella Books, Inc.
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Muller, R. 2012. Energy for Future Presidents: The Science behind the Headlines. New York: W. W. Norton.
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DIGITAL RESOURCE LIST
Lanza, Robert, and Bob Berman. 2017. Beyond Biocentrism: Rethinking Time, Space, Consciousness, and the Illusion of Death. BenBella Books.
Sorensen, Roy. 2005. A Brief History of the Paradox: Philosophy and the Labyrinths of the Mind. Oxford: Oxford University Press.