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GOD’S
DEEPEST SECRET – REVEALED!

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© Edward R.
Close, July 11, 2018

With Philosopher Dr. David Chalmers

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In 1996, at *Tucson II, toward a
science of consciousness*, and in my third book, *Transcendental Physics*, first published in 1997, I introduced the
concept of the non-quantum receptor. The concept is simple. It is related to Max
Planck’s discovery of the quantization of energy and matter, a discovery that
revealed the fact that there is a *bottom* to physical reality. That fact
was totally unknown to science before Planck’s discovery. It means that things can
only be divided so far: just to the *smallest
quantum*, not beyond. Similarly, there has to be a bottom to the chain of
transfers of information-laden energy from objects of observation into the
brain of the observer, where it contributes to an image in the consciousness of
the observer. But that image cannot be composed of quanta of matter and energy because
it can vary in size and the brain is not large or complex enough to hold the
information of trillions of observations and the memories of a lifetime, if
they are composed of quanta of a finite
size. Also, the consciousness of the observer appears to be more than the sum
total of such images. If consciousness cannot be composed of matter or energy,
what is it composed of?

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With the development of the Calculus of Dimensional Distinctions in 1989,
Dimensional Extrapolation in 2010 and TRUE quantum units in 2011, God’s deepest
secret in the physical universe, the existence of non-physical *gimmel***, something not measurable
as mass or energy,**

in every bit of stable physical
structure, has been revealed. My friend and research partner since 2008, Dr.
Vernon Neppe, often chides me for saying the math leading to this discovery is
so simple that any bright high school student can understand it. Despite the
fact that some people highly educated in the physical sciences have not
understood it, the math really is quite simple. Why, then, do most mainstream
scientists fail to understand it? The answer is simple: It’s because they have too
much to *unlearn*.

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Today, I have copied
the March 14, 2016 post and pasted it in below largely as it appeared then, as
an introduction to today’s post. It is followed by a condensed form of the main
concepts of TDVP, the paradigm shift to a consciousness-based model of reality the
details of which can be found in many posts published since then, that reveal
God’s deepest secret. It is appropriate to call it God’s *deepest* secret because it exists at the deepest physical level of
the universe. I still believe that anyone can understand it; anyone, that is,
who is willing to think about reality in a different way, a way that lies
outside the materialistic box of today’s mainstream science.

**GOD’S DEEPEST SECRET**

God’s deepest secret,
like most truths, is utter simplicity. I could state it here in a few words,
but without traversing the logical terrain in which we dwell in everyday
awareness, to arrive at this deepest secret, it would sound like a meaningless
tautology.

**.***But it is a profound secret, in effect, hidden in plain sight*
There is a pattern of
surprisingly complex phenomena, concealed behind the reality we perceive, many
orders of magnitude smaller than the smallest thing we can perceive with our
physical senses: Only about four to five percent of reality is perceptible
through our physical senses, and the average conscious mind functions on only
about four to five percent of the brain power locked up inside the human skull.
This is not an accident; this pattern of hidden secrets is pervasive throughout
the universe. The Hubble space probe has revealed that only about 4.9% of the
universe is made of ordinary matter and energy, the nature of the rest,
currently called ‘dark matter’ and ‘dark energy’, is unknown to mainstream
science. God’s deepest secret is hidden because reality is quantum in nature,
ostensibly made up of extremely tiny distinctions of mass, energy, space and
time, perceived as separate. But, we find that it is actually intimately connected when the other
ninety-five percent is revealed. Because reality is quantized, God’s deepest
secrets are expressed in mathematical terms because reality consists of whole-number
multiples of quantum equivalence units. This is why the language of science is mathematics.

**THE HIDDEN SECRETS OF THE QUANTUM WORLD**

What are these secrets,
and how and why are they hidden? First of all, quanta are hidden from direct
observation and measurement because they are so very small. Everyone knows that
elementary particles are very, very, very small, so small that it’s hard to
imagine. It would take about one billion (1,000,000,000) Hydrogen atoms laid
side-by-side to reach across your little fingernail, and the proton at the
center of the Hydrogen atom is about one one-thousandth of the size of the
atom. And the electron is even much smaller. But all you really need to know for
this discussion is that. while they are almost

*unimaginably*small, they are finite. The purpose of this post is not to impress you with how much I know, so I won’t be talking about all of the particles of the so-called ‘particle zoo’. Most of them only exist for fractions of a nanosecond as debris from reactions engineered in particle colliders, and thus they are almost totally irrelevant to this discussion.
There is another way
that the secrets of the quantum world are hidden, unfortunately; it is by the
inappropriate application of mathematical tools. Mathematically logical
procedures effectively simplify and explain reality, but when misused, i.e.
applied inappropriately, they can confuse and conceal; and this is exactly what
has happened in quantum physics. Let me explain: ‘The’ calculus, as used today,
was devised by Leibniz and Newton more than 300 years ago, based on ideas
developed by Fermat and Descartes, and even earlier, by Archimedes. It depends
on the concepts of continuity and infinite divisibility; but the quantized
nature of reality, which was discovered by Max Planck more than 100 years ago,
reveals a world of discreteness and finite indivisibility. The inappropriate application
of the differential calculus to quantum phenomena has produced confusion, obfuscations
and even some of the so-called weirdness of quantum physics. Before we get into
the details of how we can remedy this inadvertent mathematical blunder, I want
to write a tribute to Max Planck, the father of quantum physics.

**A TRIBUTE TO MAX PLANCK**

Max Karl Ernst Ludwig
Planck was born in Kiel, Germany in 1858. As a young student, he showed promise
in music, and played the piano and organ extremely well. But as he prepared for
university an exceptional mathematics teacher named Hermann Müller turned his
interest toward science. In spite of a physics professor who told him that
physics was essentially a complete science, with nothing of any importance left
to be discovered, he decided to study the second law of thermodynamics,
specifically the dissipation of energy from hot materials by radiation. In 1900
-1901, he developed the theory that energy occurs, not in a continuous manner,
but in discrete packets that he called

*quanta*. This was a radical idea, but it fit the experimental evidence perfectly. His new theory explained why the glow of a red-hot iron fireplace poker goes from red to white as more heat is added, without going through any of the other colors in between. Planck was not trying to revolutionize physics, he just wanted to find an explanation for the phenomenon he was studying. But this elegantly simple discovery started a revolution in physics that would be carried forward by Albert Einstein, Niels Bohr, Werner Heisenberg, and Erwin Schrödinger and change the science of physics forever. Planck was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1919 for this discovery.
Planck, a Christian,
openly opposed the national socialist movement (Nazism) that was under way in
Germany at the time, and tried to intervene on behalf of Albert Einstein and
other Jewish scientists who were being publicly maligned by Adolf Hitler, who
was catholic, and had the support of the Catholic Church in Rome. Planck even resigned his position as president of the
Kaiser Wilhelm Gesellschaft in 1937 in protest. His son, Erwin Planck was
executed in 1945 for involvement in a failed attempt to assassinate Hitler, and
Planck’s home was destroyed by Allied bombing during World War II. When the war
ended in August 1945, his discovery was again recognized by the scientific
community as ground-breaking. The research center was renamed the Max Planck
Institute, and he was named as its director. Max Planck was considered to be
one of the most important men of modern science when he died two years later,
in 1947.

My favorite Planck
quotes are:

“

**.***As a man who has devoted his whole life to the most clear-headed science, to the study of matter, I can tell you as the result of my research about atoms this much: there is no matter as such. All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force. We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent Mind. This Mind is the matrix of all matter*

*I regard Consciousness as fundamental. I regard matter as derivative from Consciousness.***.”**

*“A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it*
The last quote is
still relevant today because it explains, at least in part, why mainstream
science has not recognized and followed up on the many clear indications from
quantum physics experiments that consciousness is a fundamental part of
reality.

**ENERGY ONLY OCCURS IN EXACT FINITE LITTLE BITS, CALLED QUANTA … SO WHAT?**

Max Planck discovered
that energy flow only occurs in exact multiples of an extremely tiny unit of
energy called a quantum, and Einstein proved that energy and mass, the basic
measures of matter, are equivalent and can be converted from one to the other.
The famous equation E=mc

^{2 }expresses the equivalence of energy and mass when everything is represented in consistent units of measurement. The simple fact that mass and energy are two mathematically equivalent quantized forms of the same substance of physical reality has revolutionized science and technology as nothing else has done in the history of science on this planet. The multitude of electronic devices that have so radically changed the world since 1935, were unimaginable before this discovery. But the full implications of Planck’s discovery have not yet been realized. When they are, the world will be changed more radically than it has been ever before.**THE SECRET HIDDEN IN PLAIN VIEW**

Seventeenth century French mathematician Pierre de
Fermat discovered the elegant logic of proof by infinite descent. Proving a hypothesis
by infinite descent is probably beyond the average high school algebra student,
but the concept is easily understood. Here’s how it works: Suppose we want to
determine whether or not something that depends on a variable represented by x
is true. If we assume that it is true for some value x = N, and we can show
that, if it is true for x = N, then it is also true for x = N -1, we have a way
of descending from any assumed true case, however large, to a case where N is
equal to 1. Then, if we can show that the simple case, the case when N =1, is
false, then the hypothesis is false, because assuming it to be true for an
arbitrary case leads to a contradiction. The idea of infinite descent from the
largest scale of the expanding universe to the smallest quantum is central to
the quantum mathematics of TDVP.

Proof by infinite descent is particularly applicable to
what we call Diophantine equations (equations with integer solutions). In
particular, equations of the form

**X**, where^{n}+ Y^{n}= Z^{n}**X, Y, Z,**and**n**are positive whole numbers. If we look at the equations generated by this expression as**n**goes from 1 to infinity, we see some equations that any high school algebra student will recognize: When**n =**1, we have**X + Y = Z**, which expresses the simple fact that any two integers (whole numbers) added together will always give us another whole number. For example,**1 + 2 = 3**. Mathematicians generalize this fact as an axiom, stated as follows:**The integers are closed with respect to addition**.
When

**n = 2**, we have**X**. The Greek mathematician Pythagoras discovered that, this equation is always valid when^{2}+ Y^{2}= Z^{2}**X, Y**and**Z**are the lengths of the three sides of a right triangle. Our high school algebra student will recognize this as**the Pythagorean Theorem**. This theorem is the basis of the trigonometric functions and thus is of great use in many scientific and engineering applications. Examples of integer solutions are:**3**, and^{2}+ 4^{2}= 5^{2}**5**. In general, (2ab)^{2}+ 12^{2}= 13^{2}^{2}+ (b^{2}– a^{2}) = (b^{2}+ a^{2}), where a and b are any two positive integers and b > a. Note that this theorem connects arithmetic with plane geometry, and that it is a Diophantine equation with integer solutions.
When

**n = 3**, we have**X**. It turns out that this equation has no integer solutions; that is to say, if two of the three numbers are whole numbers, the third one cannot be a whole number. In fact, it turns out that for any value of^{3}+ Y^{3}= Z^{3}**n**larger than 2, there are no integer solutions. This is known as**Fermat’s Last Theorem**. Fermat said he had proved it in 1637, but after his death, his proof was never found, and it remained unproved despite the efforts of some of the greatest mathematicians for more than 300 years. I proved it to my satisfaction 1n 1965, and British mathematician Andrew Wiles produced a proof that is generally accepted in 1994. For our purposes in the quantum mathematics of TDVP, who proved it and when it was proved makes no difference, since for this discussion, we need go no farther than**n =**9.
How does this relate to what I’ve called God’s Deepest
secret? That’s very simple: Ever since Max Planck’s discovery, we have known
that we exist in a quantized reality, a quantum world, if you will, in which
all phenomena are quantum phenomena. This means that, with the proper quantum
equivalence unit as the basic unit of measurement, all equations describing the
physical universe are reducible to Diophantine equations with integer
solutions. Using Large Hadron Collider data, we have naturalized the mass of
quarks and protons to the mass of the electron, the smallest mass that makes up
the natural elements. Then Fermat’s last theorem tells us that two quarks
cannot combine to form a stable structure, but three can, because the equation

**X**does have integer solutions, e.g.,^{3}+Y^{3 }+ Z^{3}= Q^{3}**3**. In addition, we find that it is mathematically and physically impossible for up- and down-quarks to form stable protons without a third^{3}+4^{3 }+ 5^{3}= 6^{3}*something*that is neither mass nor energy. We called that “something*”**gimmel.*The fact is, there would be no stable universe if it consisted only of matter and energy.
This simple fact turns
the current materialistic mainstream paradigm on its head. As Planck said,
there is no matter as such, elementary particles are not particles, and
materialism is refuted. But I’m getting ahead of the story. Especially for
readers with an academic background in science, I have to explain how we (Dr.
Vernon Neppe and I) developed The Triadic Dimensional Vortical Paradigm (TDVP)
from this discovery, and how it refutes materialism as a basis for science.

**THE CALCULUS OF DIMENSIONAL DISTINCTIONS, TRUE QUANTUM UNITS, GIMMEL, AND THE NON-PHYSICAL PART OF THE UNIVERSE**

Before you jump to the
conclusion that I’m declaring that everything physicists have been busy doing
for the past eighty or ninety years is a waste of time, I want you to know that
we’re not saying that. In fact, TDVP would not be nearly as successful as it is
without the results of quantum experiments and the data from the Large Hadron
Collider. Just as relativity and quantum physics did not invalidate everything
in classical physics, TDVP does not invalidate everything in the standard model
of current mainstream physics. Relativity and quantum physics have explained
things that classical physics could not, and TDVP explains things that the
standard model cannot.

The position that
mainstream physicists have forced themselves into with the advent of quantum
physics is very curious. They have promulgated the idea that quantum physics is
so weird that it cannot possibly be understood. Many physicists and their
students seem to delight in this disclaimer! This curious attitude is reflected
in statements by leading physicists like the following:

__Niels Bohr__:

*“If you aren't confused by quantum mechanics, you haven't really understood it*.

(Implying that, if you
really understand it, you will definitely be confused.)

*Everything we call real is made of things that cannot be regarded as real*.”

__Steven Weinberg__

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*The more the universe seems comprehensible, the more it seems pointless.”*__Richard Feynman__

*“I think I can safely say that nobody understands Quantum Mechanics.*

*What I am going to tell you about is what we teach our physics students in the third or fourth year of graduate school: … It is my task to convince you not to turn away because you don't understand it. You see, my physics students don't understand it. ... That is because I don't understand it. Nobody does.”*

(Nobel Lecture, QED, The Strange Theory of Light and Matter)

(Nobel Lecture, QED, The Strange Theory of Light and Matter)

*The more you see how strangely Nature behaves, the harder it is to make a model that explains how even the simplest phenomena actually work. So theoretical physics has given up on that.”*

**The attitude that quantum reality is too weird to be understood, that reality is basically meaningless and that theoretical physicists must give up trying to explain how even the simplest phenomena actually work**.

*is decidedly unscientific*
There is no reason to believe that because there are quantum
phenomena that cannot be explained within the current paradigm, they can’t be
explained at all. It is far more rational and scientific to suspect that some
of the assumptions of the current paradigm are, just as has been the case with
classical physics in the past, wrong or incomplete. With a new more comprehensive
paradigm, the same phenomena may be completely normal and understandable.

So why are most mainstream physics professors pushing this “don’t
even try to understand it” attitude? It is because, even though they can’t
explain even the most basic of quantum phenomena, they know it leads to
unquestionably important results. Richard Feynman, perhaps the most bluntly honest
of the lot, hit the nail on the head when he said: “

*I don’t understand it*.” He should be respected for his honesty; but when he followed this confession with the declaration: “*Nobody does*”, he displayed the arrogance of mainstream science, an arrogance that says: If mainstream scientists can’t understand it, no one can.
Why this curiously

*unscientific*attitude? Is it because of an unwillingness, or perhaps even an inability to think outside the limiting box of materialism? Qualia, a word used to indicate common conscious experiences like the taste of a tropical fruit, the beauty of a mountain stream, appreciating a poem or song, or the experience of falling in love, are not considered to be real by the physicalist, and consciousness itself is considered secondary to matter and energy.
The fact that the material things physicalists hold to be real actually
fade away when pursued to the quantum level, or the cosmic level, beyond the
limits of the physical senses, is very puzzling to them because it is
counter-intuitive and inexplicable in their materialistic worldview. They simply
can’t accept Plank’s view that there is no matter as such.

When consciousness is
taken as primary, the universe available to our limited physical senses proves
to be a very small part of reality, and a part that is not what it appears to
be. Choosing whether to look at reality this way, or as the materialist does, however,
is not an arbitrary choice, because if we choose to model reality as matter and
energy evolving through space-time, paradoxes appear, but when we model reality
as originating in the conscious drawing of distinctions, the paradoxes are
resolved. Several instances of this explaining of the “unexplainable” have been
identified and published in our books and peer-reviewed papers. I’ll list some
of them below. We’ve found that the primacy of consciousness is inescapable
when the relativistic and quantum nature of reality is taken seriously, and the
logic of a quantum calculus, with a minimum quantum equivalence unit as the
basic unit of measurement is developed.

The process of
developing natural quantum equivalence units is straight-forward, very much
like the development of the natural units called Planck units. The difference
lies in what is chosen to use to define the basic units. Planck chose to use
known universal constants, specifically,

**c**, the speed of light, the gravitational constant, the Coulomb and Boltzmann constants, and the reduced Planck constant as the basic units of measurement. Planck units are defined by setting these constants equal to unity (one). This process is called*naturalization*. Planck units are called*natural*units, as opposed to arbitrary human-based units like feet and pounds or meters and grams. Doing this simplifies computations involving the extremely small measures of physical properties and extremely high velocities. This is appropriate for quantum physics where we are dealing with extremely small objects spinning at enormous speeds, - up to the speed of light.
We are accustomed to units
of measurement like inches, feet, pounds, centimeters, meters, grams, etc., but
their sizes are arbitrarily chosen in relation to everyday objects at the
macro-scale for practical purposes. But, we can choose basic units of any size
we please, and for quantum phenomena, the logical choice is to use the measurements
of the smallest of the quantum objects
making up the natural elements of the periodic table as the basic quantum units
of measurement. This is why I chose the mass of the electron as the basic unit
of quantum mass. from which we developed the volumetric unit we call the
Triadic Rotational Unit of Equivalence (TRUE), the basic unit of the Calculus of Dimensional Distinctions. With
this approach, we have explained, and continue to explain, many things that are
inexplicable within the current paradigm of scientific materialism. Here's a partial list:

Why protons are
composed of three quarks

Why the Cabibbo quark
mixing angle is exactly what it is

Why most of the
particles of the “particle zoo” are ephemeral

Why fermions have a ½
intrinsic spin

Why Hydrogen atoms
have no neutrons

Why there are neutrons
and deuterium atoms

Why the mass of the
proton is exactly what it is

Why the mass of
neutron is exactly what it is

Why the neutron is not
anywhere near as stable as the proton

Why protons are so stable

Why Hydrogen is stable

The role of Helium and
neon

Why the
life-supporting elements are abundant

Why the universe is
expanding

Why elementary objects
are spinning

Why the speed of light
is what it is

Why there is no matter
as such

Why quanta are not
particles

What elementary
particles actually are

What quantum
entanglement is

What dark matter and
dark energy really are

What creates mass

What gluons actually
are,

and much, much more.

**COMPLETING THE PICTURE**

The discovery of
gimmel completes the picture of reality. When the role of gimmel is revealed, it’s
like suddenly seeing the missing pieces of a three-dimensional jigsaw puzzle.
Without gimmel, we only see random bits of matter whirling around and flying
apart in space and time, with the bits of matter interacting dynamically,
propelled hither and yon by forces that are related to the mass of the whirling
bits by the equation

**E = mc**. But something is missing, and it turns out that the missing part is by far the most important part of the picture. It is the part that links consciousness with the physical universe.^{2}
Gimmel is the missing
link with non-physical consciousness that had to have been there from the
beginning. Without it, no stable universe could form. Gimmel was God’s deepest
secret hidden in the finite universe, and it remained hidden for so long
because scientists focused their attention exclusively on visible objects,
things that have weight and occupy space and their motions and changes, things
with measurable amounts of mass and energy. Gimmel is not measurable as either
mass or energy, even though it occupies considerable amounts of volume within
atomic and subatomic structure.

The discovery of
gimmel has revealed the fact that a pervasive general form of consciousness
plays the defining role in the creation, sustenance and dissolution of the
eternally changing features of the physical universe. What is the role of

*individualized*consciousness? It’s the drawing of distinctions. The first distinction is the distinction of self from other, which allows the drawing of multiple distinctions in the other. The world you experience as a conscious being is composed of distinctions of various kinds, some of which you can manipulate.
George Spencer Brown
was right when he said:

“… a universe comes into being when a space is
severed or taken apart… By tracing the way, we represent such a severance, we
can begin to reconstruct, with an accuracy and coverage that seems almost
uncanny, the basic forms underlying linguistic, mathematical, physical and
biological science. … Although all forms, and thus all universes are possible,
and any particular form is mutable, it becomes evident that the laws relating
such forms are the same in any universe.” – Laws of Form, George Allen and
Unwin Ltd. London, 1969

We divide reality into
distinct parts, so, with this insight into the nature of the laws of form that
govern the logical structure of reality, why didn’t G. Spencer Brown discover
gimmel? It was because he failed to see the connection between pure mathematics
and physical reality. Had he done so, he would have discovered the necessity of
gimmel. It is very interesting how very close he came. In his notes on Chapter
12 of

*Laws of Form*, he says:
“Let us consider … the
world as described by the physicist. It consists of a number of fundamental
particles which, if shot through their own space, appear as waves, and are
thus, of the same laminated structure as pearls or onions, and other wave forms
called electromagnetic ,,, travelling through space with a standard velocity.
All these appear bound by certain natural laws which indicate the form of their
relationship. …

Now the physicist
himself, who describes all this, is, in his own account constructed of …the
very particles he describes … obeying such general laws as he himself has
managed to find and to record. Thus, we cannot escape the fact that the world
we know is constructed in order (and thus in such a way as to be able) to see
itself. This is indeed amazing. … But

*in order*to do so, evidently it must first cut itself up into at least one state which sees, and at least one other state that is seen. In this severed and mutilated condition, whatever it sees is*only partially*itself. … In this condition it [reality] will always partially elude itself.”
It appears that Brown
was actually on the verge of discovering gimmel, but fell short because he
chose to interpret the calculus of indications as a logical system ontologically
separate from physical reality. In Appendix 2 of

*Laws of Form*:*The Calculus Interpreted for Logic*, concerning the relationship between mathematical logic and existence, he said:
“

*Existential interpretations [of the calculus], where they are necessary at all, can be confined to entering and leaving the problem, and need not occur in the course of solving it*.”
On the other hand, the
calculus of dimensional distinctions, developed in the TDVP, is linked to physical
reality by using the physical characteristics of the electron as the basis for
defining the unit of quantum equivalence, which, when interpreted
volumetrically, becomes the Triadic Rotational Unit of Equivalence (TRUE), the
basic unit of the calculus. This makes the logical structure of the calculus of
dimensional distinctions consistent with the logical structure of physical
reality at every step of the process of application, not just when entering and
leaving the process of problem solving. Thus, the logical structure of the CoDD
reflects the logical structure of reality.

Another example where
Brown nudged up against the CoDD, is in the treatment of imaginary numbers. In
the preface to the American Edition of

*Laws of Form*he says:
“Apart from the standard university logic
problems, which the calculus published in this text renders so easy that we
need not trouble ourselves further with them, perhaps the most significant
thing, from the mathematical angle, that it enables us to do, is use complex values
in the algebra of logic.”

Complex values are numbers
of the form a +bi, where i is the square root of negative one, known as the
basic unit of “imaginary” numbers. In contemporary mathematics, imaginary and
complex numbers are used extensively, and the advanced mathematical techniques
necessary for the development of modern conveniences like the many electronic
devices we use so ubiquitously today, would be impossible without them. This is
why, in my opinion, it was very unfortunate that they were called

*imaginary*numbers. There is nothing imaginary about them. They represent the link between ordinary 3-D space and other dimensional domains, which are very real. But, Brown narrowly missed this point as well. In Chapters 7 - 11 of*Laws of Form*, he introduces imaginary numbers, time and a rudimentary form of memory, but fails to connect imaginary and complex numbers with the multi-dimensionality of reality, where time is the fourth dimension.
These examples of
where G. Spencer Brown’s work came so close to revealing the connection between
consciousness and the physical universe is reminiscent of a famous statement
made by philosopher psychologist William James, often called the father of
modern psychology:

*“Our normal waking consciousness, rational consciousness as we call it, is but one special type of consciousness, whilst all about it, parted from it by the flimsiest of screens, there lie potential forms of consciousness that are entirely different.”*

Many of the details of
the effects of the discovery of gimmel on mathematics, physics and biology are
yet to be fully realized, but, in TDVP, the conclusion is clear: We exist in
a multi-dimensional reality, and the logical structure of that reality is
reflected in the logical structure of pure mathematics when the basic unit of
measurement is the electron. The efficacy of this approach is validated time
after time as we explain more and more phenomena that remain a mystery in the paradigm
of the standard model of particle physics.

Consciousness is the
missing piece of the puzzle in the current mainstream paradigm of scientific
materialism. Using the LHC-data-based mathematics of the calculus of
dimensional distinctions, and using the Pythagorean Theorem in the dimensional
interpolation from one dimensional domain to the next, we have discovered

*gimmel*, the non-physical part of the atomic structure of the universe. This third form of the essence of reality conveys logical structure in exact, mathematically determinable amounts into the atoms of the periodic table of elements, and the amounts of gimmel, measured in TRUE (volumetric quantum equivalence units) are greater in the life-supporting elements than in elements that are non-life supporting and/or hazardous to organic like forms, reflecting the intelligent design mentioned by Planck.
By comparing the structure
of reality, gimmel included, with the logical structure of pure number theory,
we see that reality consists of nine finite dimensions embedded in the
trans-finite and infinite dimensional domains. The first three-dimensional
domain is what we think of as 3-D space, the second three-dimensional domain is
temporal, i.e., a 3-D time domain, and the third three-dimensional domain is
the domain of consciousness. None of these is truly separate, but our physical
senses are generally limited to perception of three dimensions of space, one
moment in time. And one quantum of consciousness:

*the observer*. So. In this sense, we are always*partially*experiencing five dimensions, three of space, one of time, and one of consciousness.
The first dimension of
the temporal domain includes the past, present and future, which may or may not
be linear, but we only have direct awareness of the present; the past and
future are both comprehended by logical inference. The second dimension of time
can be visualized conceptually by imagining your experience of past, present
and future spread out as a personal timeline, or life-track, created by the
conscious distinctions you draw and the choices you make. If by dimensional
extrapolation, you move into the three- dimensional temporal domain and become
aware of your own timeline life-track and the time lines of others, you will
see them existing in, and defining, a 2-D plane or 3-D manifold (a curved
surface) spread out below you.

The complete experience
of your life-track timeline is a partial experience of a seven-dimensional domain.
Embedded within the seven-dimensions of your personal space-time-consciousness awareness
are three-dimensional images of events on your timeline, at least a portion of the
timeline itself, and the instantaneous awareness of your individual consciousness.
If you become aware of this 7-D experience while existing in a physical body, it
would be like a photographic memory of both the past and the future. Simultaneous awareness of all
timelines, all events, and all conscious entities would be Cosmic
Consciousness, the trans-finite portion of the Mind of God.

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*The discovery of gimmel allows us to put consciousness into the equations of science, thereby expanding the metaphysical base of classical, relativistic and quantum science into a comprehensive scientific paradigm that will provide a basis for the study of the phenomena of physical, psychical and spiritual experience***IN SUMMARY:**

In TDVP, A quantum
calculus is developed for quantum reality using the naturalized physical
dimensions of the electron as the basis for the Triadic Rotational Unit of
Equivalence (TRUE), the basic unit of the calculus. The mass of the electron, as
determined from LHC experimental data, was used as the starting point because,
of the three quanta that form all the atoms of the periodic table of elements,
the electron, up-quark and down-quark, the electron has the smallest mass. Other
known particles, though smaller, are ephemeral in nature and are not stable
enough to form the building blocks of reality.

The mass of the
electron, m

_{e}, naturalized to unity ( m_{e}=1) is defined as the quantum unit of mass, and with naturalization of the speed of light, the mathematical equivalence of mass and energy is actualized in the quantum calculus. Then, the volumetric equivalence of mass, energy, space, and time, is established mathematically, and the TRUE becomes the basic unit of quantum equivalence. Planck’s discovery of the quantization of mass, and Einstein’s mass energy equivalence equation make it necessary that all variables and equations describing the combinations of quarks and electrons have to have integer values. This means that stable combinations of quarks can only occur when the equations describing the combinations have integer solutions. Mathematicians call such expressions Diophantine equations.
Combinations of two
quarks are eliminated as possibilities for forming stable subatomic structures by
application of Fermat’s Last Theorem, which says there are no integer solutions
for binary volumetric combination equations; but triadic volumetric combinations
do have integer solutions, explaining why stable protons are only formed by
combinations of three quarks, not two or four. By using electrons and up- and
down-quarks, the most elementary quanta making up natural atomic structure, and
by parsimonious choice of solutions of the triadic combination equation
solutions, we discover that no stable structures are possible without the
existence of a third form of the essence of reality, in addition to mass and
energy. This third form, which we call gimmel, is, by definition, non-physical
because it is not measurable as mass or energy.

With the algebraic and
geometric linkage of the quantum mathematics, which we call the Calculus of
dimensional Distinctions (CoDD) with electrons and quarks, the basic elementary
objects of physical reality, the logical structure of reality is clearly
reflected in the structure of quantum mathematics.

The logic of the CoDD
is also the logic of consciousness, and distinctions are meaningless without
the involvement of a conscious participant. As suggested by quantum experiments
like the double-slit experiments and the delayed-choice experiments, it is the
conscious creation of distinctions and the logical organization of
distinctions, that creates the reality we experience, and gimmel is the key to
understanding how consciousness creates reality from the infinite reservoir
within which the CoDD reveals reality is embedded.

Pure mathematics
reflects the logical structure of reality, revealing that reality consists of a finite nine-dimensional
space-time-consciousness mathematical manifold of quantized mass, energy, and
consciousness, embedded in a transfinite domain of cosmic consciousness, which,
in turn, is embedded in Infinity. Physical objects are composed of materialized
distinctions, and there are three kinds of distinctions: Those measured in
variables of content, i.e., mass, energy and consciousness, those measured in
variables of extent, i.e., dimensional domains, and those of conscious intent
leading to impact on objective reality. Primary Consciousness, as the infinite
domain in which everything else is embedded, is ineffable.

With the discovery
that gimmel, the non-physical particle aspect of reality, must be included as a third
variable in the equations describing reality, and is a necessary for the
existence of stable subatomic structure, materialism falls into the dust-bin of
history as a limited and insufficient basis for scientific enquiry. The
inclusion of non-physical gimmel, an agent of consciousness, in the equations
of science, opens the doors of science to the study of all aspects of the
reality we experience as conscious beings, including non-physical phenomena.
This, in my opinion, is the future of science, and without it, extinction may well
be the future of our species.

Edward R. Close July
11, 2018