SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION: GIMMEL, TRUE AND THE STRUCTURE OF REALITY (PART 20)
Stability and the third form
In essence, application of the equation describing the combination of three particles to particle-collider mass/energy data expressed as multiples of the minimal unit, reveals that, in order for stable combinations to form, in addition to the volumetrically equivalent forms of mass and energy, there has to be a third equivalent form that does not register in physical measurements as mass or energy. Representing the third equivalent form with the symbol ג (pronounced “gimmel”) in the equations describing the combination of three particles as integer multiples of the minimal unit, we are able to calculate the unique number of mass/energy units and ג units needed to produce the stable protons and neutrons of the atoms that make up the physical universe, i.e., the elements of the Periodic Table.
We introduced another theoretical symbol, ד daled, which may well be the same ג gimmel, but involved as the third substance equivalent replacement for the absence of a neutron in the common form of Hydrogen (Hydrogen 1, Protium). The postulated compensating ד daled may or may not turn out to be exactly equivalent to gimmel.
Analyzing the new information provided by the third form of the “stuff” of the physical universe, we find interesting patterns in the structure of the elements. For example, Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Sulfur, Magnesium, Calcium and Silicon, as well as the inert noble gases, Helium and Neon, have the exact same percentage of gimmel units.
We do not regard this exact ratio in elements that play a major role in life-supporting organisms as accidental. Without the presence of ג units, no stable structures could form and there would be no physical universe. This means that ג TRUE units had to be present from the formation of the first elementary particle, guiding the formation of the physical universe to produce structures capable of supporting life. This supports the hypothesis that logical structure, meaning, purpose and life systems are not emergent epiphenomena, but intrinsic features of reality. And given that helium and neon are noble gases that are stable and symmetric, we would expect them to be cosmologically very abundant and they are: But given that there are no reactive electrons in their shells, they should not reflect part of the stability of life.
The place of TDVP
TDVP provides a “mechanism” explaining why there is something rather than nothing. In TDVP, the form and structure of reality is determined by the intrinsic logic of nine-dimensional reality, without requiring any transfer of mass or energy. TRUE units and gimmel is a critical extension of this research, allowing us to validate hypotheses and explain some unexplained and poorly understood observations and data.
Purpose and 9-D spin reality
These results strongly suggest that, in a finite nine-dimensional spin reality, stable structures are apparently purposefully formed for use as vehicles through which the extent of a structured substrate, likely associated with consciousness, may require continuously tethered linkage with space-time reality. Moreover, gimmel reflects a content like mass and energy and these are, we postulate, cosmologically linked 12 as well as in fundamental structures like the elements 1.
Finally, TRUE analysis reveals the mathematical patterns underlying reality. This has apparently never been detected before because we’ve normalized the basis of descriptive measurement to integer multiples of the smallest possible unitary equivalence unit. Logical patterns in the primary structure of reality are exposed, rather than remaining hidden behind multiple arbitrary, non-commensurate mathematical procedures as they have been in the current paradigm. The fundamental unitary equivalence unit, i.e. the triadic rotational unit of equivalence (TRUE) that we have derived, consistently describes the combination of quarks to form protons and neutrons, and the combination of electrons, protons and neutrons to form atoms and all stable compound objects in the universe, from molecules to galaxies.
Hypotheses answered substantially:
· The elements known to be vital for organic life, like oxygen, carbon, nitrogen, sulfur, calcium and magnesium, should have higher proportions of gimmel, the quantum-organizing factor: They do.
· Gimmel and TRUE units applied sub-atomically, should reveal mathematical patterns reflecting the fundamental nature of reality, with specific predictable mathematical patterns. They do.
· Water should contain higher amounts of gimmel to TRUE than almost any other stable, symmetrical molecule. It does. It should, for example, contain more gimmel proportions than hydrogen sulfide. It does.
· The noble, inert gases that are very common in the cosmos, namely Helium and Neon, should exhibit high amounts of gimmel to TRUE. They do.
· Stability, symmetry and reactivity of elements and compounds are based not only on gimmel proportions, and on the equality or not of protons, electrons and neutrons, but also on their quantum shells, numbers of electrons in the outer shells making up a model for valence that is predictable. Correct.
· The patterns of gimmel should be from the quantum level, all the way through to the cosmological 12. It should include DNA and RNA 1. This hypothesis is important, but detailed empirical analyses are extraordinarily complex and painstaking. Pending.
Directions to further investigate and hypotheses to further evaluate
Several questions present themselves for further evaluation and testing. These are examples of the broad spectrum of questions based on our preliminary findings:
Compounds including molecules, radicals, and elements:
1. Why is the unstable Lithium Hydride (with Deuterium) a GAP exception compound? Lithium is not linked to 108 cubed: This makes the hydride a unique exceptional molecule.
2. Does the very high absolute gimmel score in iron have relevance relating to its role in life?
3. Why is Hydrogen Sulfide not a multiple of 108 cubed?
4. Why do the properties of H2S vary compared with water?
5. Why does the Ammonium radical show such a high gimmel score?
6. Is Silicon, Si, with similar properties to C, O, N, S, Ca and Mg, legitimate as a life element?
7. Why does phosphorus not show the pattern of the life-sustaining elements? Phosphorus is markedly associated with energy packets, e.g. Adenosine triphosphate. Could this energy property actually require asymmetry in gimmel, not symmetry, to produce correct effects?
8. Are the ostensible 528 units of gimmel that beryllium shows of any relevance?
9. Given that the elements and radicals involved in the formulation of DNA and RNA are hydrostable or hyperstable, are DNA and RNA empirically relevant with regard to gimmel?
10.Is the gimmel to TRUE ratio applicable to link with cosmic dark matter and dark energy?
1. What role does the infinite play in the concept of gimmel? Does it originate from there?
2. Is gimmel more than a third substance reflecting a matrix content that goes beyond a property, and necessarily is tethered to mass and energy content?
3. Would this matrix be best represented mathematically as a single entity manipulating space, time, mass, energy, and gimmel through a particular set of rules?
4. Do the properties of gimmel vary with mass energy relative to dimensional frameworks such as experiential 3S-1t, the finite 9-D spin or the continuous infinite?
5. Is daled a legitimate separate property or is it just another way to conceptualize gimmel?
6. Is gimmel reflecting meaningful consciousness/ information content? What else is it?
7. Was gimmel always present? Was it there at the finite event horizon or origin event or before? If not, how did stable particles form?
8. Do gimmel properties range from the subatomic to the cosmological?
9. Is gimmel in everything as a necessary part of the content of all things, or is it always tethered to mass and energy through embedded extra-dimensional domains?
1. Does mathematics reflect a fundamental aspect of nature, or is it just a way to calculate?
2. Is the classification of elements, radicals and molecules pertaining to stability, such as, hydrostable, superstable, hyperstable, permostable, protostable, naturally unstable and artificially unstable, empirically replicable?
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