Aug 26

We live in a universe that appears to operate smoothly
according to a set of laws which we do not fully understand.
Furthermore we have 2 completely different and opposing sciences
to describe this universe – the life sciences; biology, organic
chemistry, and the physical sciences; inorganic chemistry, physics...
Likewise we have a distinct separation between the spiritual
and the scientific worlds although the spiritual realm is intrinsically
linked to the life-sciences.

And so we may ask, is it not redundant to
have 2 completely different sets of laws to govern a single universe,
especially as biological systems clearly integrate seamlessly with
physical systems.

We know there is a biological science, we ourselves are
evidence of this, and so if there is only 1 set of laws that govern our
universe, then these laws may be the laws of organic systems, in
other words, the physical sciences may themselves be life sciences.

And so, if the universe itself is somehow organic in
structure, then the mystery of the universe becomes the mystery
of life itself.

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The Physics and Philosophy of an Organic Universe

Is Cosmological Natural Selection evidence of Intelligent Design?

**The Physics**

Plato's Cave looks at the mathematics and physics of an organic (living) universe, the premise being that the universe is growing via a cosmological natural selection process (a pre-programmed evolution). A set of formulas and theory are presented that describe such a universe and with a 10-digit precision, which exceeds experimental accuracy. What is unexpected is that the universe these formulas describe is not the universe of modern physics but rather the universe of the ancient philosophers and teachers.

Note: The physics (formulas and online calculators) are on this website; www.Planck momentum.com

The theory is divided into 4 papers;

1. The physical constants G, h, e, m_{e}, k_{B}... etc as geometrical constructs in terms of the 3 dimensions of motion; Planck momentum, Planck time, c and the fine structure constant alpha.

2. The electron as a spherical magnetic monopole (quark)

3. The forces (strong, electric, gravity) as physical orbitals (anti-photons)

4. Time and the expanding-black-hole twin contracting-white-hole universe

**The Ancient Mysteries**

The classic 1975 bestseller "Tao of Physics" by Dr. Fritjof Capra was an attempt to link the writings of the ancient philosophers and teachers (Pythagoras, Plato, Buddha, Tao etc) with modern physics. However it, as with other contemporary attempts, was limited to an analysis of parallels, that the ancient view-point may somehow provide insights to quantum physics, and was unable to reach any significant conclusion.

In this text, Plato's Cave (taken from Plato's The Republic 'Allegory of the Cave'), I have taken axioms that resemble the ancient universe; in particular the 5 element theory of the universe (earth, water, fire, air, quintessence), the Matrix (all is number), the Harmony of the Spheres (Pythagoras), the Buddhist notion of Emptiness or Nothingness, the Taoist Yin-Yang and so forth... and used these to re-interpret observations in modern physics.

What we then find is a universe that seems to operate according to the mathematics of biological systems... yet a universe whose only constructs are the 3 dimensions of motion; momentum, time and velocity... a universe that is no more physical or material than the shadows on the wall of a cave or images on a computer screen...

The question then becomes; could this organic "universe that isn't" also be a description of our own universe?
2013 edition Part I online...

**The 5th element**

**A 5 element theory and the fundamental constants of physics**

We are not sure where the 5 element theory of the universe originated, but by 500BC it had spread from Japan, China, Tibet, India to Europe. It included the 4 terrestrial elements (earth, water, fire, air) and a 5th celestial element, the fabric of the universe itself. Curiously physics also uses 4 elements, known as the mksA SI units, and if we extrapolate from these we can propose a 5th celestial SI unit -Q, the square root of Planck momentum...

**The mystery of the Yin-yang**

**The Yin-yang and the wave-particle duality dilemma**

The present-day philosophical Yin-yang symbolizes a dualism, however the original Taoist Yin-yang was a mathematical shape, the graph of a cyclic event over time. When we apply this to natural systems, from electrons to galaxies, we find that it describes the phenomena known in physics as wave-particle duality (that light is sometimes a wave and sometimes a point). If we use the dimensions of time and velocity, our Yin-yang graph reduces Einsteins relativity and E=mc^{2} formula to a simple Pythagorean relationship. We may then ask, if it applies to all natural systems, does it also apply to us ...
read more...

**Time and the Yin-yang universe**

**From a black-hole universe with a white-hole twin**

If we suppose our universe to be an expanding black-hole universe with a contracting white-hole universe twin, then we find a rationale for time, the arrow of time, relativity, dark-matter, dark-energy, mass, space etc where the complexity of our universe, as with all organic systems, arises because of time...
read more...

**The Matrix**

**The Mystery of the Mathematical Universe**

In the film The Matrix, the central theme was that our universe is not real, it is just a series of numbers...

The film was inspired by Pythagoras and Plato. In physics it is called a Mathematical Universe Hypothesis or MUH and relates to the origin of mathematics... is mathematics a human invention or do we discover it just as Columbus 'discovered' America (for example)... does the formula for a triangle exist in the same sense as an apple exists, could that solid chair upon which I sit be just a mathematical formula and so on...

The answer is quite simple, the universe uses a well-known technique called modulation ... read more...

**Gravity & the Harmony of the Spheres**

**In which Pythagoras suggests an alternative**

In a theory known as the Harmony of the Spheres (or Music of the Spheres), Pythagoras proposed that the Sun, Moon and planets each emit their own unique 'hum' based on their orbital revolution.

When we follow this line of reasoning to its logical conclusion and do the mathematics, we find a solution for gravity that can also be applied to the nucleus, the atom and to molecules. The GUT Grand Unified Theory of physics then becomes a Greek Unified Theory. We see that the moon is not orbiting the earth, Newton's apple didn't fall ...

**Śūnyatā (emptiness or nothingness)**

**In which we build a universe from zero**

From the Buddhist and Hindu concepts of Śūnyatā (emptiness or nothingness) came the mathematical concept of zero. We show how from zero we can construct atoms. In fact it seems that we can build an entire universe from this mathematical zero. So then, what is zero? ...
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**The double or twin spiral**

**Fibonacci's golden ratio and the double spiral**

The double spiral is 1 of the oldest of the ancient symbols; a twin spiral dated 22,000 BC was found engraved onto a mammoth tooth amulet, presumably by Cro-Magnon hunters.

A
University of Manchester
study confirms that the Fibonacci series (aka the golden mean or golden ratio or phi) is found in both natural and physical systems, from spiral galaxies to hurricanes to sea shells... which in turn tends to support the idea that both biological and physical systems follow the same rules.

When we plot a universe temperature graph of the cosmic background radiation CMB from the big bang to now, we get the same double spiral as our Celtic and Cro-magnon ancestors...

**The Logos**

"Concepts that have proven useful in ordering things easily attain such an authority over us that we forget their Earthly origins and accept them as unalterable facts. The path of scientific advance is often made impassable for a long time through such errors... our conceptions of Physical Reality can never be definitive; we must always be ready to alter them, to alter, that is, the axiomatic basis of physics" -Albert Einstein

"We are all agreed that your theory is crazy. The question which divides us is whether it is crazy enough to have a chance of being correct" -Niels Bohr

"Listening to the Logos rather than to me, it is wise to agree that all things are in reality one thing and one thing only".

-Heraclitus, Greek Philosopher

**500BC Theory of Everything**

Nobel laureate Leon Lederman once wrote:

**Our universe; the great symphony**

To understand our universe, whose only dimensions are the dimensions of motion; momentum, time and velocity, and which is constantly growing in tempo, a sort of cosmic Bolero... we must first discard our 3-D view of the world in exchange for the language of music, for how can we use mass and length to describe a symphony?

**The Philosophy**

Continued from The Physics (above)

**evolution, fine-tuning cosmology and Intelligent Design**

If the natural fundamental physical constants are fixed in value, then the multiverse (fine-tuning cosmology) as a theory collapses, is Intelligent Design then left as the most probable cause?...

**Destiny, Buddhism, Taoism, Karma, Free-Will and wave-particle duality**

If this Yin-yang solution for wave-particle duality also applies to us, then Buddhist Karma becomes the
Portrait of Dorian Gray. Oscar Wilde meets the Tao...

**The Matrix, Mathematical Realism (Platonism) and a Mathematical Universe**

Just as we may use frequency modulation to transmit music (FM radio) so too the universe uses electron modulation and proton modulation to make atoms...