The 7 Dimensions of Everything and Nothing ! Our 3, or more, Dimensional Universe ! Hilbert's Grand Hotel |

Our Universe is both Everything and Nothing at the same Time

(Eegee
Field
Displacement)

*Contents*

**Introduction **(Where did our
Universe come from?)

Our 3, or more, Dimensional Universe...

**The Seven Dimensions of Shared
information and Form and structure...**

**>0<
Dimension - Everything and Nothing**

**5 ^{th
}Dimension – Universal State**

Where did our Universe come from?

I am not saying that I have any answer to everything. I would just like to share my thoughts with anyone that is interested. The hypothesis below is only a reflection of my ideas.

Physics is only theory, even when it is tested and confirmed, it does not mean that it is finished. It only leads to new questions.

You may think that living in a Universe that may have an infinite number of dimensions a bit of a challenge to understand. What I am suggesting is that there is a set of principles, properties or Dimensions that provide the foundation that our 3 or more dimensional Universe is built on. There may be other different arrangements of other dimensions that I could not begin to describe or even understand. Is it possible to imagine a universe with an infinite number of straight, or curved, parallel dimensions? Can you imagine living in a Reality where there are five straight parallel dimensions and one curved dimension? Who knows, a Reality like that may actually exist.

Our 3, or more, Dimensional Universe

Our classical understanding of the properties of a set of dimensions, or coordinates, is something that can be defined and measured within our 3 (or more depending on the point of view) dimensional reality.

"The
only real defining property is that they have a length, width, and
height. If you place them on a Cartesian plane, you will have a X,Y,
and Z axis - three axes means 3 dimensions. Aside from that, 3
dimensional objects tend to be built from 2 dimensional objects that
form a “net” - a building block. Oct 8, 2017"

What are the properties of three dimensional shapes? - Quora" (https://www.quora.com › What-are-the-properties-of-three-dimensional-shapes)

What are the properties of three dimensional shapes? - Quora" (https://www.quora.com › What-are-the-properties-of-three-dimensional-shapes)

But what if a set of Dimensions was a set of conditions or properties that allow us to measure something in our reality rather than the coordinates of the object that we are measuring in a 2 or more dimensional space? For example, we can measure something in relationship to something else (a ruler or scales) and come up with a measurement. But what are we measuring? How do we define it? What is that measurement related to? We need a standard or set of conditions to be able to make sense of that measurement in the first place before we do anything else. We can't measure it if we have nothing to compaire it to. What are the Demensions (conditions or properties) that allow us to measure something and make sense of the measurement? You will probally say length, width, and height. But where do they come from? What conditions or properties allow us to make the measurement in the first place? How can we measure something that is not within our 3 or more dimensional reality with the tools that are a part of our 3 or more dimensional reality? Its a bit like trying to take a photograph with a hammer.

"The
properties of a quantum dot are determined by size, shape, composition,
and structure. The interesting electronic properties of quantum dots
arise from the specific size of their energy band gaps. Dec 19, 2018 - The
Properties and Applications of Quantum Dots" (https://www.azoquantum.com
› Article)

It seems to me that the idea of a Dimension takes on a whole new Paradigm (or Perspective). Dimensions become sets of conditions or properties that pre-exist and build on each other to form our 3 (or more) dimensional reality just as length, width, and height build on each other to form something we can measure.

The theory of Quantum Fields is probally the best analogy to describe the model below.

Quantum Fields: The Real Building Blocks of the Universe - with David Tong

We had a very different
understanding of our Universe before the
telescope came along. We thought that our world was flat and that we
were the centre of it all. The telescope allowed us to see our world
from another perspective that we were not at the centre of.
The
development of new technology after the telescope has allowed us to
have a deeper understanding of the Universe we live in. We have the
equipment to test theories and make new discoveries about the Universe
around us. The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has allowed us to gig deeper
into our beginnings and what we are made of within our 3 Dimensional
Paradigm.

Just as the telescope allowed us to better understand our world and the Universe we live in and develop new theories and technologies, the LHC is the beginning of opening up new horizons in other Dimensions that we never thought possible. The information and technology gained from the LHC will provide the foundation for future technology.

Just as the telescope allowed us to better understand our world and the Universe we live in and develop new theories and technologies, the LHC is the beginning of opening up new horizons in other Dimensions that we never thought possible. The information and technology gained from the LHC will provide the foundation for future technology.

"But
for me, the quest for new, unexplained data is important because every
time that physicists think we have it all figured out, nature provides
a surprise that leads to a deeper understanding of our world.

The LHC continues to test the standard model of particle physics. Scientists love when theory matches data. But we usually learn more when they don’t. This means we don’t fully understand what is happening. And that, for many of us, is the future goal of the LHC: to discover evidence of something we don’t understand. There are thousands of theories that predict new physics that we have not observed. Which are right? We need a discovery to learn if any are correct." (10 years of Large Hadron Collider discoveries)

The LHC continues to test the standard model of particle physics. Scientists love when theory matches data. But we usually learn more when they don’t. This means we don’t fully understand what is happening. And that, for many of us, is the future goal of the LHC: to discover evidence of something we don’t understand. There are thousands of theories that predict new physics that we have not observed. Which are right? We need a discovery to learn if any are correct." (10 years of Large Hadron Collider discoveries)

Isn’t the Quantum world like this? Will we ever know the answer to everything?

Quantum Physics tells us that Subatomic particles have >0< Dimensions and 0 dimensions. We can only measure these particles in the 3 dimensional space that we live in. This does not mean that that these particles are not a part of any other 1 or more dimensions. There is one theory that we all live in a 2 Dimensional Holographic Universe (Is The Universe A Hologram?).

There are so many different
ideas in Classical and Quantum physics
theory about Energy, Photons, Gravity, Astrophysical theory, Quantum
Field theory/Mechanics, String theory/M Theory etc. around these days
about this and that I’m thinking "These guys can’t be all wrong. Maybe
they are all right, but for different reasons."

"So here is a possibility worth considering: rather than quantizing gravity, maybe we should try to gravitize quantum mechanics. Or, more accurately but less evocatively, “find gravity inside quantum mechanics.” Rather than starting with some essentially classical view of gravity and “quantizing” it, we might imagine starting with a quantum view of reality from the start, and find the ordinary three-dimensional space in which we live somehow emerging from quantum information. That’s the project that ChunJun (Charles) Cao, Spyridon (Spiros) Michalakis, and I take a few tentative steps toward in a new paper.

We human beings, even those who have been studying quantum mechanics for a long time, still think in terms of a classical concepts. Positions, momenta, particles, fields, space itself. Quantum mechanics tells a different story. The quantum state of the universe is not a collection of things distributed through space, but something called a wave function. The wave function gives us a way of calculating the outcomes of measurements: whenever we measure an observable quantity like the position or momentum or spin of a particle, the wave function has a value for every possible outcome, and the probability of obtaining that outcome is given by the wave function squared. Indeed, that’s typically how we construct wave functions in practice. Start with some classical-sounding notion like “the position of a particle” or “the amplitude of a field,” and to each possible value we attach a complex number. That complex number, squared, gives us the probability of observing the system with that observed value." (Space Emerging from Quantum Mechanics Posted on July 18, 2016 by Sean Carroll)

Unfortunately, we are all prisoners of our 3 dimensional (or more dimensions depending on the point of view) reality. We cannot step outside of this 3 dimensional Paradigm no matter how hard we try, and I am no different to anyone else in this. But, we can still speculate about other dimensional Universes. I feel that the current multi-dimensional models only reflect parallel Universes that are different expressions (or different dimensions) of the same Universe. It seems to me that these multi-dimensional Universe models are too restrictive in that they do not account for other possible dimensions besides the ones that have evolved from the traditional 4 dimensional Space-time <0> dimensional “Holographic Universe” where the information stored in our Universe comes from another Dimension.that we live in. The definition of multi-dimensional Universes should allow for other arrangements of dimensions that are not consistent with our standard relational reference points of height, width, depth and time. Maybe we are all a part of a <0> dimensional “Holographic Universe” where the information stored in our Universe comes from another Dimension.

Sometimes we need to throw away everything we have previously thought and find a new Paradigm that allows us to find the answers. Sometimes we find that by shifting our understating of what is actually happening, we realise that we have been asking the wrong questions to begin with and then we end up with different questions.

While what I have expressed below seems valid to me, I don’t know if anyone else would agree, or even understand what I have written, let alone be able to test or express it in any mathematical model or algorithm. Who knows? Is there anyone interested in finding out?

Hilbert's Grand Hotel

"So here is a possibility worth considering: rather than quantizing gravity, maybe we should try to gravitize quantum mechanics. Or, more accurately but less evocatively, “find gravity inside quantum mechanics.” Rather than starting with some essentially classical view of gravity and “quantizing” it, we might imagine starting with a quantum view of reality from the start, and find the ordinary three-dimensional space in which we live somehow emerging from quantum information. That’s the project that ChunJun (Charles) Cao, Spyridon (Spiros) Michalakis, and I take a few tentative steps toward in a new paper.

We human beings, even those who have been studying quantum mechanics for a long time, still think in terms of a classical concepts. Positions, momenta, particles, fields, space itself. Quantum mechanics tells a different story. The quantum state of the universe is not a collection of things distributed through space, but something called a wave function. The wave function gives us a way of calculating the outcomes of measurements: whenever we measure an observable quantity like the position or momentum or spin of a particle, the wave function has a value for every possible outcome, and the probability of obtaining that outcome is given by the wave function squared. Indeed, that’s typically how we construct wave functions in practice. Start with some classical-sounding notion like “the position of a particle” or “the amplitude of a field,” and to each possible value we attach a complex number. That complex number, squared, gives us the probability of observing the system with that observed value." (Space Emerging from Quantum Mechanics Posted on July 18, 2016 by Sean Carroll)

Unfortunately, we are all prisoners of our 3 dimensional (or more dimensions depending on the point of view) reality. We cannot step outside of this 3 dimensional Paradigm no matter how hard we try, and I am no different to anyone else in this. But, we can still speculate about other dimensional Universes. I feel that the current multi-dimensional models only reflect parallel Universes that are different expressions (or different dimensions) of the same Universe. It seems to me that these multi-dimensional Universe models are too restrictive in that they do not account for other possible dimensions besides the ones that have evolved from the traditional 4 dimensional Space-time <0> dimensional “Holographic Universe” where the information stored in our Universe comes from another Dimension.that we live in. The definition of multi-dimensional Universes should allow for other arrangements of dimensions that are not consistent with our standard relational reference points of height, width, depth and time. Maybe we are all a part of a <0> dimensional “Holographic Universe” where the information stored in our Universe comes from another Dimension.

Sometimes we need to throw away everything we have previously thought and find a new Paradigm that allows us to find the answers. Sometimes we find that by shifting our understating of what is actually happening, we realise that we have been asking the wrong questions to begin with and then we end up with different questions.

While what I have expressed below seems valid to me, I don’t know if anyone else would agree, or even understand what I have written, let alone be able to test or express it in any mathematical model or algorithm. Who knows? Is there anyone interested in finding out?

Hilbert's Grand Hotel

Physics and numbers go together. Numbers help us to understand the deeper unseen processes that happen in the physical world that we live in and take the mystery out of every day events. We look at the world around us and try to make sense of what we see. We have an idea, feeling or intuition about something. We observe, experiment and take measurements. Unfortunately numbers can sometimes be just as mysterious as those every day events that we are trying to unravel. Sometimes numbers just don’t balance out, cannot be resolved or point to something else that we don’t understand. Numbers in Quantum Physics can be counted but can they be measured? Quantum Physics says both yes and no.

Because numbers, no matter how big or small, are subjective beasts, they can only go so far. When they stop we need to think outside of the box to fill in the blanks. Infinity and Zero have filled in some of the blanks that have allowed us to get where we are now with technology. Everything (Infinity or ≠0) and Nothing (or 0) are used as values in most things we take for granted these days. It doesn’t matter how hard we try we can never physically get to Infinity or Zero, but, they are both essential in describing a set of something that can’t be measured until someone devises a way to measure it, for example our Universe or even Pi.

The idea of Everything only exists because something exists that can’t be measured or counted. If something can be measured or counted then it cannot be Everything. The idea of nothing exists because there is no other way to define its existence or lack of existence. I remenber reading about the early European explorers that first visited Australia. They came back with stories of strange animals including the Black Swan. They were ridiculed and treated as hoaxers. Nobody believed them.

If I asked you how many green and black striped oranges or apples were in a barrel of oranges, how many would you say? If you said “0” or “None” does that mean that green and black striped oranges or apples don’t exist? A Set is a container (Barrel) that contains something or groups of something (Oranges or Apples) or even nothing (Empty). Just because an Empty Set does not contain what we are looking for, it does not mean that it is empty. It only means that it has’t been filled with what we are looking for. Maybe there is other stuff in there that we are not looking for or can’t see.

Hilbert's Grand Hotel (a thought experiment, Paradigm or Paradox) describes the idea of infinite sets of infinite numbers within each other, within Infinity. There is a hotel with an infinite number of rooms with a person in each room. The hotel also has room for an infinite number of people in an infinite number of buses.

An Infinite set of numbers cannot be defined. We can define different subsets of types (or groups of similar values and/or properties. No two or more numbers will have exactly the same value AND property) of numbers just as we can define different subsets of people in the hotel or the buses into groups of similar ages, gender, hight etc. depending on what we are measuring or counting. But can we ever measure or count the total number of members in each subset? Quantum Physics would probally say both yes and no. It depends on what we are measuring or counting. For example 2, 2/2, 3/3 etc. If we measure 2, 2/2 and 3/3 etc. we end up with the same values, but if we count 2, 2/2 and 3/3 etc. we have different numbers.

Although the experiment does not explicitly say how the people originally got into the hotel or the buses in the first place, I feel it is safe to infer that they were waiting outside the hotel/buses and were then randomly given or issued a room key/seat ticket as they entered the hotel/buses (bijection, bijective function, or one-to-one correspondence).

First thing is to establish what we are trying to achieve; to fit all the people in each bus with the people already in the hotel into their own room.

What Sets are we working with?

Set A = hotel,

Subset of A = {} = Rooms
not available as Guest rooms, manager’s bedroom etc...

Subset of A = A1 = Guest rooms.

Subset of A = A2 = Person in each room in the hotel,

Subset of A = A1 = Guest rooms.

Subset of A = A2 = Person in each room in the hotel,

Set B = Bus

Subset of B = {} = Seats
not available for passengers, driver’s seat etc...

Subset of B = B1 = Passenger Seats on the bus.

Subset of B = B2 = Person on each Seat in the bus.

Subset of B = B1 = Passenger Seats on the bus.

Subset of B = B2 = Person on each Seat in the bus.

Set C = Number of
people

Subset of C = {} = Staff
of the hotel, drivers of the infinite busses etc...

Subset of C = C1 = People in the hotel.

Subset of C = C1 = People in the bus.

Subset of C = C1 = People in the hotel.

Subset of C = C1 = People in the bus.

If the manager took the infinite people out of the hotel at the same time as the infinite number of people got out of each bus as it arrived, he would have only one set of infinite people? He could then fit the infinite number of people outside the hotel comfortably into the infinite hotel. Each person would have a key to their own room using the bijective function.

Hotel:

Room {} = Empty Set.
Manager’s room etc...

Room 1 = 1st Guest,

Room 2 = 2nd Guest,

Room 3 = 3rd Guest,

Room 4 = 4th Guest...

Room 1 = 1st Guest,

Room 2 = 2nd Guest,

Room 3 = 3rd Guest,

Room 4 = 4th Guest...

If the hotel had an infinite number of levels the manager could also fit all the infinite people that came out of each level and bus and fit them all comfortably into each corresponding level of the hotel.

Hotel:

Ground Level or Level 0 or
{} =
Empty Set. Rooms not available for guests.

1st bus = Level 1, Room 1.1, 1.2, 1.3...

2nd bus = Level 2, Room 2.1, 2.2, 2.3...

1st bus = Level 1, Room 1.1, 1.2, 1.3...

2nd bus = Level 2, Room 2.1, 2.2, 2.3...

This would mean that there
are no empty rooms, and each person from the hotel is only disturbed
once.

There are at least 5 other ways to fit the people into the hotel, however it seems to me that there will be at least 1 person always looking for a room when we use any of the these methods because every room is already occupied. There is also the possibility of ending up with rooms that are empty.

This thought experiment is actually describing three different types of infinite sets...

There are at least 5 other ways to fit the people into the hotel, however it seems to me that there will be at least 1 person always looking for a room when we use any of the these methods because every room is already occupied. There is also the possibility of ending up with rooms that are empty.

This thought experiment is actually describing three different types of infinite sets...

1.
Unmeasurable
Sets:

Which is the bigger set, the infinite number of people in the buses or the infinite number of people in the Hotel?

The size of the hotel/buses are unmeasurable because their dimensions/ volume cannot be measured. If the hotel/buses could be measured they would be finite. There is no such thing as half a room in the hotel or half a seat on each bus. There can only be a room or a seat, no matter how infinitely big or infinitely small. The hotel manager could easily fit all the people from one bus into one room in the hotel. Our Universe is the probably the best example of an infinite space because it can’t be measured and it is expanding faster than expected. Quantum particles are also an examples of an unmeasurable set. We can only approximate what we see. The value of Pi could be considered an unmeasurable set because it can’t be measured.

2. Uncountable Sets: Any set of numbers, values or objects can be counted, even if they are not there. We have a bucket of oranges. We start from 0 for nothing and then 1 and then 2 etc. and we end up with a finite number. But, there are things that we can count and never get to the end. We can count numbers by adding 1 to the previous number and never get to the end. Could we ever count the infinite number of people in the hotel or the infinite number of buses? Will we ever get to the end? Mathematics has never been able to count the total decimal places of Pi and probably never will.

3. Empty Sets: The hotel is a set that contains 1 set of infinite rooms and 1 Empty set of rooms not available for guests. The infinite number of buses each contain 1 set of infinite seats and 1 Empty set of seats not available for passengers. When the infinite number of people leave the hotel or the buses they become empty, but they still exist.

Which is the bigger set, the infinite number of people in the buses or the infinite number of people in the Hotel?

The size of the hotel/buses are unmeasurable because their dimensions/ volume cannot be measured. If the hotel/buses could be measured they would be finite. There is no such thing as half a room in the hotel or half a seat on each bus. There can only be a room or a seat, no matter how infinitely big or infinitely small. The hotel manager could easily fit all the people from one bus into one room in the hotel. Our Universe is the probably the best example of an infinite space because it can’t be measured and it is expanding faster than expected. Quantum particles are also an examples of an unmeasurable set. We can only approximate what we see. The value of Pi could be considered an unmeasurable set because it can’t be measured.

2. Uncountable Sets: Any set of numbers, values or objects can be counted, even if they are not there. We have a bucket of oranges. We start from 0 for nothing and then 1 and then 2 etc. and we end up with a finite number. But, there are things that we can count and never get to the end. We can count numbers by adding 1 to the previous number and never get to the end. Could we ever count the infinite number of people in the hotel or the infinite number of buses? Will we ever get to the end? Mathematics has never been able to count the total decimal places of Pi and probably never will.

3. Empty Sets: The hotel is a set that contains 1 set of infinite rooms and 1 Empty set of rooms not available for guests. The infinite number of buses each contain 1 set of infinite seats and 1 Empty set of seats not available for passengers. When the infinite number of people leave the hotel or the buses they become empty, but they still exist.

The
paradox of Hilbert's Grand Hotel is no longer a paradox, but simply a
way to describe something that can’t be measured and/or counted.

Does this mean that both everything and nothing fit together into one or more infinities because both the hotel and the buses are empty until they get filled? Is it possible to have something with an infinite value of nothing (empty set theory)?

The point I am trying to make is that mathematics can sometimes be like statistics where we can manipulate numbers within a mathematical model or algorithm, and according to the rules, to find the answers we are looking for. Sometimes we have to make up or discover the rules as we go along. Isn't this how mathematics and science came about in the first place? Isn't this why there are so many different theories about mathematics, statistics, Classic and sub-atomic/quantum physics?

Our Universe has often been referred to as Hilbert Space...

"The real world simply is quantum-mechanical from the start; it’s not a quantization of some classical system. The universe is described by an element of Hilbert space. All of our usual classical notions should be derived from that, not the other way around. Even space itself. We think of the space through which we move as one of the most basic and irreducible constituents of the real world, but it might be better thought of as an approximate notion that emerges at large distances and low energies." (Space Emerging from Quantum Mechanics Posted on July 18, 2016 by Sean Carroll)

Does this mean that both everything and nothing fit together into one or more infinities because both the hotel and the buses are empty until they get filled? Is it possible to have something with an infinite value of nothing (empty set theory)?

The point I am trying to make is that mathematics can sometimes be like statistics where we can manipulate numbers within a mathematical model or algorithm, and according to the rules, to find the answers we are looking for. Sometimes we have to make up or discover the rules as we go along. Isn't this how mathematics and science came about in the first place? Isn't this why there are so many different theories about mathematics, statistics, Classic and sub-atomic/quantum physics?

Our Universe has often been referred to as Hilbert Space...

"The real world simply is quantum-mechanical from the start; it’s not a quantization of some classical system. The universe is described by an element of Hilbert space. All of our usual classical notions should be derived from that, not the other way around. Even space itself. We think of the space through which we move as one of the most basic and irreducible constituents of the real world, but it might be better thought of as an approximate notion that emerges at large distances and low energies." (Space Emerging from Quantum Mechanics Posted on July 18, 2016 by Sean Carroll)

The idea that everything came from nothing has been around for some time now. What I am proposing is that everything and nothing quite happily exist together within a Field that is both everything and nothing.

This Model does not reflect the Universe we live in. It is simply an attempt to describe the processes that bring everything and nothing together to form our Universe, parallel Universes and different Universes in different Dimensions that we are not aware of.

If you asked me "But, were does Energy come from?" my answer would probably be "Ask someone else in about a hundred years' time and you may get an answer that makes some sense." One definition of Energy is..."On the universal scale, energy is defined in physics as a property of matter. This has been described by Albert Einstein’s famous equation of mass-energy equivalence: E = mc2." (Where does energy come from?). "In the Quantum world Mass is defined as a property of Energy... "The energy contained in a quantum field comes in integer multiples of some fundamental energy." (Six Things Everyone Should Know About Quantum Physics).

This Model is based on the premise that Energy cannot be created or destroyed, but it can be rearranged. It is the most basic unit that everything else comes from. Energy is both an undefined potential particle that has dimensions and a wave/field that has no dimensions, within a Field.

In our 4 dimensional reality the properties of Energy in the Quantum world are expressed as Fields, Photons or theoretical Gravitons or other basic Sub-Atomic particles or variations such as “Bosons/Fermions”, “Quarks”, “Leptons” etc. that forms Mass. There are probably as many particles waiting to be discovered as there are colours in a rainbow.

Mass behaves differently under different conditions. Quantum Physics can measure these differences because each different theoretical particle of matter has properties that are similar, and, it is only those differences we see and not the similarities. There needs to be a common reference point, or relationship to each other, to measure the differences and similarities between them. Surely, the potential differences between two or more objects come from a lack potential similarities between those objects. What are the potential similarities between objects that allow us to measure the potential differences between them? What are these potential similarities? Where did these potential similarities come from? What are the potential differences, and where did they come from? Quantum Entanglement, for example, describes the identical behaviour of two quantum particles at a distance. Are these particles different expressions of the same thing in another dimension? How do we know that there are only two particles involved? Is it possible that we are only looking at the bits of the same iceberg that we can see above the water and cannot see what is under the water because it is in another dimension that is not a part of our parallel/multi-dimensional theory?

This Model offers a new
Paradigm that does not rely on a traditional
theoretical understanding of our Universe that I am aware of,
but
offers an insight into how the Universe as we know it may have came
into
existence. This Model is all about information, and, relational and
differential potentials within different Dimensions. It’s all about
everything and nothing.

This Model can be summarised as...

This Model can be summarised as...

- Symmetrical: Having similar properties to another or others.
- Asymmetrical: Having dissimilar properties to another or others.
- Synergy: Two or more working together.
- Symbiotic: Mutually beneficial.
- Awareness: An exchange of shared information between the members of a group.
- Time: is the catalyst that allows these processes to happen.

- "Field" is used to describe the collective awareness of the complete structure that cannot be expressed in any single Eegee or Podlet.
- ">0<" is used to describe the value of infinite smallness and infinite bigness existing simultaneously where 0 is used as the starting point.
- "Dimension" is a requirement or principle that allows specific interactions within each Dimension. It is used to describe each reference level or state of the Field rather than any classical or Quantum definitions used to define an object or set of objects. There is a perfect Synergy between each Dimension within the Field.
- "Eegee" is used to describe a single ‘*’ that has no form or substance but contains information about itself that it is not aware of. Each Eegee can be defined as both a particle and a wave at the same time that has no mass.
- "I-Eegee" is used to describe 2 or more Eegees with Identical properties.
- "Podlet" is used to describe 2 or more Eegees in a Symmetrical Symbiotic relationship.
- "Event Horizon" is used to describe the outcome of the processes within the 5th Dimension that allow the foundations of the physical dimensions of time, mass, size and shape to form.
- "Universal State" is used to describe the state of a Podlet where everything in the Podlet comes together.

- >0< Dimension; Everything and Nothing: Each Eegee within the Field has a 0 and >0< potential.
- 1st Dimension; Time: is the most basic Dimension within the Field. Time could also be thought as the catalyst that allows the unformed Eegees to progress from one state to another state. Time allows movement within the Field. While Time is relative, it is something it cannot be done away with. Time is constant and consistent. We can measure it, feel it and experience it, but, we can’t change it. Each Eegee within the 1st Dimension has a 0 or >0< potential.
- 2nd Dimension; Awareness: allows the transfer of information. This Dimension allows interactions between various states of information contained within the interaction. Each Eegee within the 2nd Dimension has a >0< (Attached) or a 0 (Unattached) potential. These >0< Eegees become aware of themselves and form a Podlet. This Dimension allows stored information of attached Eegees to be contained in Packets, or groups of Eegees, and allows discrete interactions between Eegees within each Packet, the within the Podlet.
- 3rd Dimension; Space: Each unattached Eegee within the 3rd Dimension has a 0 value. These Eegees form the space within and around the Podlet.
- 4th Dimension; Mass: Each Eegee within the 4th Dimension has a >0< (Attached) potential. This Dimension allows stored information to form or develop into a Universal state. These Eegees Form the Mass of the Podlet.
- 5th Dimension; Universal
State:
The 5th Dimension allows the differential >0< potentials
and 0
potentials within the Podlet to form the basic principles of time,
dimension, gravity, density, light, sound and space etc. (the Event
Horizon), the Universal State.

Each Universe exists within the >0<, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Dimensions simultaneously.

- 6th Dimension; The Field: Each Eegee within the 6th Dimension has a 0 or a >0< potential.
- The 0s and >0<s balance each other so we end up with 0 and >0< within the Field.

•
0 dimensions and
>0< dimensions.

• Is only relative to itself.

• Is only relative to itself.

The idea that nothing is a physical thing is valid because we can see it, point to it and measure it, but can we? What are we pointing at? And where did nothing come from? For example, Black Holes. I suppose the idea of everything and nothing really depends on a person’s starting reference point. This is a bit like the chicken and the Egg. Which came first the chicken or the Egg? The Egg of course. The chicken does not grow into an Egg. Maybe the Egg came from a proto-chicken and something else that wasn’t a proto-chicken. A better question would be “Where did the chicken Egg first come from?”

In Quantum Physics it would be valid to say that the Egg came from either the proto-chicken and/or the egg of the proto-chicken that became a chicken, or neither because the bird that laid the first chicken Egg was not a chicken, or maybe it was...

It’s like ON/OFF. A light for example cannot be both ON and OFF at the same time, it has only two states, but it exists in all possible states simultaneously without being ON or OFF. How do we measure ON? How do we measure OFF? We will never know until we open the door and have a look. Just because we cannot measure it does not mean that it doesn’t exist.

Either way the Egg just
appeared out of
nowhere.

But does it really "Matter"?

Who really cares?

It Clucks and lays a chicken Egg.

But does it really "Matter"?

Who really cares?

It Clucks and lays a chicken Egg.

The idea of >0< (Everything) and 0 (Nothing) is also both valid and meaningless in the same context as the chicken and the egg. Of course the 0 came first. The idea of 0 is a valid starting point in any measurement. {}, ≠0 or >0< are also valid in describing an infinite set of variables that have no value until measured or counted. But how can everything and nothing exist together at the same time? They justify each other’s existence.

Consider a hypothetical Eegee with a value of ‘*’. The Eegee is the total of the potential states, or values of ‘*’, within the Eegee. How did it come into existence? Who created it? Did it come from nothing, or, did it come from everything. Quantum Physics tells us that the Eegee came from everything or nothing, but, did everything come from nothing? I suppose the only answer to this is "Yes" because nothing is everything, and, there is nothing that is not everything.

Within the >0< Dimension the Eegee has a fixed value of 0 and a potential value of >0<. This information is stored as a value within the Eegee.

There are an infinite number of Eegees of infinite shapes and sizes that make up this Dimension. There is the possibility that the Field contains only 1 Eegee, but I feel that the existence of only 1 Eegee contained within the Field does not validate the nature of the Field.

These Eegees are only concerned with themselves. Each Eegee can be defined a particle that has 0 mass. Each individual Eegee is nothing by itself, however, when together as a whole within the >0< Dimension they have meaning and relevance within the Field. There is a collective awareness of the complete structure, the Field, which cannot be expressed in any single Eegee. This Field is contained within 7 Dimensions that make up its awareness of itself. Just as a photo is made up of meaningless stationary dots, these dots make up both the space in and around the Image and the Image itself. The Image can’t exist without these spaces.

The Field in this >0< Dimension could be best described as a blank sheet of paper that has no dimensions that is made up of an undefined number of Eegees of undefined shapes and sizes.

Figure 1. A 2 Dimensional
representation of a >0< Dimension Field that has no
dimensions

that is made up of an undefined number of Eegees of undefined shapes and sizes

that is made up of an undefined number of Eegees of undefined shapes and sizes

•
No dimensions.

• Is only relative to the Field.

• Is only relative to the Field.

Figure 2. A 2 Dimensional
representation of an Eegee with Potential
Time and Frequency value along its Spin Axis within the

1st Dimension of the >0< Field.

1st Dimension of the >0< Field.

Time could be thought as the catalyst that allows the unformed Eegees to move from one Dimensional state to another. The idea of Time in this Dimension is not the same as our idea of time in the world we live in. Time cannot exist in any spatial or relational sense as we know it. Time is only relative to the Field and nothing within the Field. Time in this Dimension has no boundaries or constraints. Time can only exist in the Field and allows Movement in the Field that is not related to anything else within the Field. Because Time is a part of the Field it is both everything and nothing, spontaneously and simultaneously.

Nothing can happen without Time. Time in this Dimension allows each Eegee to have form and substance and Spin, Vibrate and Move relative to the Field along its own unique Time and Frequency Axis. An Eegee can Spin, Vibrate or Move without Spinning, Vibrating or Moving. Time allows an Eegee to exist simultaneously in any number of places and Times. Imagine an infinite number of Eegees Spinning, Vibrating and Moving an infinite number of ways. This Spinning, Vibrating and Moving in the 1st Dimension also allows them to Move around and be in the same place at any Time, or any place at the same Time, or any combination of place and Time, or any Spin, Vibration and Movement because there are no boundaries.

While of the nature of the 1st Dimension means that each Eegee will never have a fixed position, its fuzzy nature, it is still possible for two or more Eegees to have identical properties of Time and Frequency and Spin. Two or more Eegees that have identical properties of Spin, Vibration or Movement to each other may join together. A Symbiotic relationship forms. They are both together and separate at the same time and become an I-Eegee. These I-Eegees become aware of each other through the information shared between them and become a Podlet.

In theory there is an infinite possibility of I-Eegees forming, but, in infinite Time the possibility of two or more Eegees being in the same relative place and Time and having the same properties would seem to be very small. Maybe there is only one Podlet within the Field that contains all Eegees within the Field.

Robert Lanza: Rethinking
Our Insanely Improbable Universe

"Illusion of Death" – 'In the Quantum Universe We Exist Indefinitely'

"Illusion of Death" – 'In the Quantum Universe We Exist Indefinitely'

•
No dimensions.

• Is only relative to the Symbiotic relationships between two or more Eegees.

• Is only relative to the Symbiotic relationships between two or more Eegees.

Quantum Coherence

"Quantum
mechanics is the fundamental theory that describes the properties of
subatomic particles, atoms, molecules, molecular assemblies and
possibly beyond. Quantum mechanics operates on the nanometre and
sub-nanometre scales and is at the basis of fundamental life processes
such as photosynthesis, respiration and vision. In quantum mechanics,
all objects have wave-like properties, and when they interact, quantum
coherence describes the correlations between the physical quantities
describing such objects due to this wave-like nature." (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6283985/)

The idea that information can be transferred between Quantum particles is not new. Einstein called it "Spooky at a distance". Quantum Coherence can be described as Quantum entanglement where particles share the same information (Scientists Just Unveiled The First-Ever Photo of Quantum Entanglement. FIONA MACDONALD 13 JUL 2019).

"Coherence
was recognised early as a superposition of optical fields in the theory
of electromagnetic waves. Together with the energy quantisation, a
quantum version of coherence has become one of the most fundamental
features that can mark the departure of quantum mechanics from the
classical realm1,2,3,4,5. Carrying out general quantum operations
remotely under local operations and classical communication requires
quantum states that contain consumable resources. Quantum entanglement
is found to have strong connection with coherence6,7,8 and may even
originate from it9. The development of quantum technologies demands a
reassessment of fundamental resources such as quantum coherence,
including relations with other quantum physical phenomena and rigorous
quantitative description10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17." (https://www.nature.com/articles/s42005-018-0090-8).

The idea of an awareness or symmetry (Supersymmetry) between Quantum particles has not been embraced by all physicists.

"Understanding
the consequences of supersymmetry has proven mathematically daunting,
and it has likewise been difficult to develop theories that could
account for symmetry breaking, i.e., the lack of observed partner
particles of equal mass. To make progress on these problems, physicists
developed supersymmetric quantum mechanics, an application of the
supersymmetry (SUSY) superalgebra to quantum mechanics as opposed to
quantum field theory. It was hoped that studying SUSY's consequences in
this simpler setting would lead to new understanding; remarkably, the
effort created new areas of research in quantum mechanics itself." (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supersymmetric_quantum_mechanics)

Maybe this awareness or Supersymmerty happens in another dimension that we are not aware of.

When two or more Symmetrical Eegees are in close proximity with each other they will automatically bond together as an I-Eegees. When other Eegees who have very similar properties of Spin, Vibration and Movement meets this group there is an exchange of information between the members of the group and they become aware of each other. A Symbiotic relationship develops between them. These new Eegees become attached to the I-Eegees and to each other. They become a Podlet. It is also possible for an Eegee to be a part of any number of Podlets the same Time within the 1st Dimension.

Most Podlets will not make it. Some will slowly dissolve or pop out of existence as soon as they come into existence according to the Symbiotic state of the collective Eegees within each Podlet.

The amount of Time an Eegee spends as a part of the Podlet is experienced differently by each Eegee within the Podlet and can be nanoseconds or light-years. When the difference in the properties of the Eegees within the Podlet become greater or lesser than the properties of the Podlet, the Synergy between the Eegees and the Podlet is lost. The Eegees move off of their own accord. These Eegees then loose awareness of themselves and anything around them until they find another Podlet that has similar properties to themselves.

The properties of a stable Podlet are balanced out by the differences of the Eegees within the Podlet. The I-Eegees will have a differential potential of 0. The differential potentials of other Symbiotic Eegees becomes the new Property of the Podlet. This creates a Symbiotic relationship between the new Eegee and the other Eegees already a part of the Podlet. Any new Symmetrical Eegees become a part of the Podlet.

These new Eegees will group or layer themselves in Packets around the I-Eegees according to their relationships with the I-Eegees. The I-Eegees become the center of the Podlet and other Symbiotic Eegees gather and move around these I-Eegees. The closer the differential potentials of each Eegee are to 0 the closer the Eegee will be to the I-Eegees.

The more symmetry there is between these Eegees the greater the bond between them within the Podlet. This bond between these Eegees creates an internal awareness in the Podlet that it is an "A" and not a "B". There is an exchange of information and a Symbiotic relationship develops between I-Eegees "A" and Eegee "A1", Eegee "A2" etc. and any new Eegees.

2 or more I-Eegees in Podlet "A" have a potential >0< value of A1234.00 and a differential potential of A0.

1
If Eegee "A1" has a
potential >0< value of A1244.20, Eegee "A1" will attach
itself to
Podlet "A".

The differential potential "A1" and "A" will be A10.20.

2 If Eegee "A2" has a potential >0< value of A1256.40, Eegee "A2" will attach itself to Podlet "A".

The differential potential "A2" and "A" will be A22.40.

3 If Eegee "A3" has a potential >0< value of A1264.05, Eegee "A3" will attach itself to Podlet "A".

The differential potential "A3" and "A" will be A30.05.

4 If Eegee "A4" has a potential >0< value of A1264.99, Eegee "A4" will attach itself to Podlet "A".

The differential potential "A4" and "A" will be A30.99.

The differential potential "A1" and "A" will be A10.20.

2 If Eegee "A2" has a potential >0< value of A1256.40, Eegee "A2" will attach itself to Podlet "A".

The differential potential "A2" and "A" will be A22.40.

3 If Eegee "A3" has a potential >0< value of A1264.05, Eegee "A3" will attach itself to Podlet "A".

The differential potential "A3" and "A" will be A30.05.

4 If Eegee "A4" has a potential >0< value of A1264.99, Eegee "A4" will attach itself to Podlet "A".

The differential potential "A4" and "A" will be A30.99.

Because of this Symbiotic relationship of the Eegees within the Podlet, the Podlet becomes aware of itself and other Eegees that are both attached ">0<" and unattached "0" to the Podlet. These attached Eegees will form concentric Packets according to their symmetrical relationships with each other ("A3", "A4") around the I-Eegees "A0" in the centre. These Packets allow discrete interactions, or clusters, between Eegees within each Packet, the within the Podlet. As the size of the Podlet increases the addition/departure of Eegees within the Packets will be of less significance to the Podlet.

•
>0<
dimensions.

• Is only relative to its relationship to the Podlet.

• Is only relative to its relationship to the Podlet.

This space is made up of unattached Eegees that are not a part of the Podlet. These unattached Eegees only exist in the >0<, 1st and 2nd Dimensions. These unattached Eegees form the space within and around the Podlet. Because the Podlet exists in the >0<, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Dimensions these unattached Eegees flow through the Podlet as if they weren’t there. But, the Podlet is aware of these unattached Eegees passing through the Podlet because of their Asymmetrical nature in the 2nd Dimension. They act as a kind of shock absorber or buffer between the Symbiotic Eegees within the Podlet and give each Podlet stability, flexibility and strength without interrupting the flow of information between the Symbiotic Eegees within the Podlet.

Figure 3. 2 Dimensional view of
attached Packets of Eegees within each Podlet.

•
>0<
dimensions.

• Is only relative to its Symbiotic relationship to other Eegees within a Podlet.

• Is only relative to its Symbiotic relationship to other Eegees within a Podlet.

Space in the 3rd Dimension allows Mass in the 4th Dimension. Mass in this Dimension is not density as we understand it. The Mass of the Podlet is the combined differential values contained within the Packets of information shared within the Podlet. The Packets find their own levels within the Podlet according to their Symbiotic relationships to the I-Eegees in the centre. The mass of each Eegee within the Podlet is directly related to the amount of information that is shared within each Packet.

The more Symbiotic the Packets are within the Podlet are the less information is transferred between the Eegees contained in them, only the differences are shared. These Packets are quiet and close to the center of the Podlet. The less Symbiotic the Packets are within each Podlet the more information is shared between themselves and they can become very noisy. There is a lot of movement and jostling between each Eegee within a noisy Packet because they do not fit together properly.

The closer the differential potentials of each Packet are to 0 the closer the Packet will be to the center. Because of the slight differences between the Eegees within the Packets within the Podlet, the Podlet will have a fuzzy structure.

The 1st, 2nd and 3rd Dimensions allow the shared information, Symbiotic relationships, between the Eegees within the Podlet to behave as one entity within the 4th Dimension. Any new Eegees that are introduced into a Packet will change the shared information between the Eegees within that local area of the Podlet. These local changes of Mass mean that there may be areas of extreme low noise and areas of extreme high noise but may have little impact on the overall health of the Podlet.

The more mass the Podlet has the noisier it will become. Eventually all Podlets will become proportionally very noisy and unstable and fall apart naturally as the differences of the Eegees become greater than their Symbiotic relationships to each other within the Podlet.

Space in the 3rd Dimension and Mass in this Dimension allows the shared information stored within in the stable Podlet to form or develop into a Universal state.

•
>0<
dimensions.

• Is only relative to itself within the Field.

• Is only relative to itself within the Field.

The Eegees within a Podlet exist in the >0<, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Dimensions simultaneously. This allows the Podlet to behave differently within each Dimension of the Field. Packets of Eegees will group or layer themselves around the I-Eegees according to their relationships with the I-Eegees. The I-Eegees will have a differential potential of 0. The closer the properties of each Packet are to 0, the closer they will be to the I-Eegees at the center.

Each Eegee within the 3rd and 4th Dimensions will have density in the 5th Dimension as we understand it and will align themselves along the Spin Axis of the I-Eegees to form pathways or Vectors within the Podlet and organize themselves along these Vectors. These Vectors will become fuzzy because of the fuzzy nature of each Eegee within the Podlet.

When the Podlet arrives at or becomes a stable state, the 5th Dimension allows patterns within these Vectors that give a sense of Time, Relationship, Space and Mass within the Podlet that only the Podlet is aware of. These Vectors are not what we know as Time or Height, Length, Width. They can be straight, parallel, radiating, curved, square, round, jagged, or even dots or dashes or any combination. There are any number of possibilities of arrangements, however most of these arrangements will become unstable and fall apart.

The sum of the Vectors contained in each stable Podlet form the foundations of the dimensions that give the Podlet properties of time, mass, size and shape, or its Event Horizon. The Event Horizon of the Podlet will be slightly fuzzy because of its fuzzy Vectors.

There is enough information in the Event Horizon within the Podlet to bring Time, Frequency and Mass that is contained within the Podlet together to form a Universal state. The Podlet may have some areas that have more information than other areas and be extremely noisy/heavy and other areas that have less information than other areas and be extremely quiet/light.

The 5th Dimension allows this shared information, its own self-awareness, at the Event Horizon to be converted into the shared energy within the Podlet. This shared energy, along with its Vectors, within the Podlet allow the values (differential potentials) of each Eegee in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Dimensions to form the basic particles that make up a physical dimensional Universe of mass, time, gravity, light, sound etc.

Any number of Universes are possible. Each possible Universe is only relative to itself within the Field and therefor has no idea of the existence of any other Universe apart from itself. Multiple Universes can pass by or through each other totally unaware of the fact.

While each Universe is only relative to itself there is a 90% likelihood that there will be parallel Universes, or Event Horizons, within the same Podlet due to the fuzzy nature of each Vector within the Podlet. How many parallel Event Horizons there actually are within a Podlet will depend on the frequency of the shift of those Vectors.

It is also possible that there is only one Podlet/Universe within the Field that shifts between all possible states of its fuzzy Vectors, or Event Horizons, spontaneously and/or simultaneously. This may also account for the fuzzy nature of the Universe we live in.

•
0 dimensions and
>0< dimensions.

• Is only relative to itself within the Field.

• Is only relative to itself within the Field.

So far the >0 Dimensions 1-5, that everything is greater than the Field, have been described. The 6th Dimension describes the 0< State of the Field where everything is contained within the Field.

When put together we get 0 and >0<.

The above only brings to mind other questions such as "How big is the Field?", "Where did it come from?", "Where did the Eegees come from?" and many other questions.

My candid answer is the same as the question of the chicken and the Egg...

Either way the Egg just
appeared out of
nowhere.

But does it really "Matter"?

Who really cares?

It Clucks and lays a chicken Egg.

But does it really "Matter"?

Who really cares?

It Clucks and lays a chicken Egg.

Maybe we are all just a whole bunch of 1s and 0s stuck together in the same place and Time within our Universe. Aren't we all just trees in a forest or fish in a fish bowl that maybe a part of something bigger, and smaller than the forest or fish bowl, which maybe a part of something bigger, and smaller than itself? Maybe we are just physical multi-dimensional projections that evolve out of the 7 Dimensions contained within the Field. Who knows? I don’t.

Maybe we all live in different parallel Universes, or Event Horizons contained within our Universe spontaneously and/or simultaneously without even noticing it.

What I do know for a fact that there is at least one Reality that may or may not have different versions of itself.

Maybe there is just one Universe.

Maybe there is a consciousness/self-awareness within our Universe.

If so, are we are all a part of that Universal consciousness/self-awareness.

How do we quantify Universal consciousness or self-awareness?

Who knows?

TEDx Brussels 2010 - Stuart Hameroff - Do we have a quantum Soul?

"Illusion of Death" – 'In the Quantum Universe We Exist Indefinitely'

Peter S Anderson

Perth, Western Australia