Theory On The Eternal Mind
We stand at the center of a spectrum of size, at the precise focal point of a universal imaging process. While sitting in a forest, park or other natural setting, imagine the possibility that your surroundings are a living diorama, being projected inwards from the background of the entire universe. Thus, descending in upon us, the gravitational dots of the sky holographically assemble our reality. More
The author first published an article on the Holographic Universe back in August of 1971, 16 years before the "Star Trek Holodeck". He has been researching the holographic structure of spacetime for over 45 years; this book is the beginning volume of a series of books on his research. See the reference article in the last page of the book's appendix.
The entire background of the sky, the trillions and trillions of gravitational dots, comprises the structure of our local space-time, which in turn holographically assembles atoms into becoming our local reality. As this universal structure inwardly projects our surrounding living diorama of life and thoughts, it is maintaining the standing waves of our firmament. The continuous slow motion of all the gravitational sky dots steers our destiny; it is the tick of the universal clock, the motion of a slowly evolving hologram, the basis of time and evolution.
Now within this universe, imagine being upon a spectrum of size and then imagine descending this spectrum starting from the size of the universe down towards the Planck singularity, the smallest possible entity. Halfway down, near the scale of the atom, there is an amazing transition point that has gone largely unnoticed. At the level of 0.1 nanometer, all atoms are identical as are their component parts, but upwards from about 1 to 10 nanometers, a magical thing is occurring: atoms are morphing into larger forms where everything is completely diversified, where no two snowflakes and no two living things are identical.
It is at this level just above the size of the atom where the universe seems to be communicating with all things, living and material. It is a point where a quantum world transitions to a world of fields, where dwells ultraviolet light, and where the actions of the Casimir effect were discovered. It is a level, MORE importantly, where the mechanics of the synaptic gap reveal to us the ubiquitous structure embedded in space-time that, in addition to providing our reality, is continuously providing our infinity of all possible thoughts, good or bad, a size level at which we are connected to the intelligence of the universe. Thoughts seem to have basic structures themselves, yet can be assembled into a myriad of connected forms, just as with the atomic world.
It is also at this size magnitude where the universe seems more time-like than space-like, the point at which identical atoms begin to connect and morph into all the diverse structures of life and form, the level at which the properties of future and past transition into then out of our material present. This structure of time itself seems to be comprised of a visible serial aspect (our material present) as well as an invisible parallel aspect (future and past), containing the sum of all possibilities, simultaneously shared by all.
It is this parallel time structure that comprises the eternal holographic nature of the space-time mind, which in turn projects down and through us our dynamic evolving mental and physical reality.