We have evolved over hundreds of millions of years on the surface of the planet Earth. Our evolution has taught us nothing about anywhere else. Our perceptions are ingrained in us through our experience on the planet surface. Most of us have never been anywhere else except here. The few who have been in orbit about the planet or in deeper space have been so close to the planet surface that their experience has been largely unchanged and innocuous in a relative way. Our surface-ingrained perceptions, our inherited and assimilated perceptions, the perceptions that were in fact created within our physiologies through evolution on the planet surface are very diffi cult to change in our minds.
We have evolved over hundreds of millions of years on the surface of the planet Earth. Our evolution has taught us nothing about anywhere else. Our perceptions are ingrained in us through our experience on the planet surface.
Most of us have never been anywhere else except here. The few who have been in orbit about the planet or in deeper space have been so close to the planet surface that their experience has been largely unchanged and innocuous in a relative way. Our surface-ingrained perceptions, our inherited and assimilated perceptions, the perceptions that were in fact created within our physiologies through evolution on the planet surface are very diffi cult to change in our minds.
Everyone wants to better understand our physical universe. This book and manuscript suggests we cannot achieve a higher knowledge while using our confi ned, local, and captive understanding and perception. The universe is not required to conform to our local perception. The universe is not a part of our mathematics. In fact, our mathematics is one small part of the universe and is only valid in and through our present and local perceptions.
In order for clear thought in an open-minded environment, we need to step aside from our captive perceptions. This writing suggests that our minds must and/or will change in three ways:
First, our concept of time is a perception constructed through and based upon hundreds of millions of years of evolution in a single place, i.e. the Earth surface. Our ancestors did not live anywhere else. Our perceptions, our blood pressures under the Earth's force of gravity, our neurology, and everything about us has evolved here and only here. We need to re-evaluate our local concept of time. Not simply in the previous "general-relativistic" way, but in the actual concept of continuity and in the new science and new intuition of time per this modern text.
Related and secondly, we must not allow our thinking to be dictated, banned, or controlled by anyone for any reason.
As an example, many empirical facts from existing data from the plethora of geosynchronous orbiting satellites are confi dential and proprietary. This text explains exactly why the satellite clocks do not know what time it is "up there" and require continuous error-correction.
Thirdly, readers will soon suspect that everyone's mind may operate diff erently from their previous perceptions.
The common perception of the brain is that it is something like a huge magic super parallel processor. That it comes equipped with infi nite ROM (read-only-memory) and even a little communication ability as part of the bundle.
Nothing is farther from the truth.
To start, please think about any important memory, e.g. a high school prom, your fi rst remembrance, a fi rst date, a favorite teacher or professor, yesterday morning, a friend or relative, anything at all. A photographic type image immediately appears to you for the memory you have addressed. There is no end to how many of these photo-type images you can visualize. Basically, an infi nite number of images.
Do you truly believe there is a magical infi nite ROM (read-only) memory storage within the size of a grapefruit sitting above your shoulders? Infi nite? Never ending? The size of a grapefruit? Most likely not.
We suggest a more realistic view. Besides a better understanding of hydrocarbons from a new model, this text also suggests the brain as described above is more of an "adequate" processor with no ROM (zero read-only-memory) but having an extremely capable communication ability.
In fact, the exact opposite of our old perceptions!
As asserted in the Forward, this book needs to begin with the solid technical justifi cation proved in the manuscript. The mathematics can arguably be understood by a high school math student. The math is not so important as the concept. You do not need to follow the proofs line by line; instead,
Marc E. King is the author of: Changing Your Mind, A Theory of Space without Time; Fifth Dimension, The Light to See; and Cold Fusion, Dignity of Mind. He has also published The Modern Health Guide You Cannot Live Without based on technical results from Changing Your Mind. He is an accomplished writer who has presented technical works in an equally non-technical manner for all to enjoy. His book Changing Your Mind is a publisher's best-seller. His technical manuscript "A Mathematical Transformation of Variables Defining Space-Time and the Constant h" defines the relationship t=cB, the spatial frame width b meters, and the spatial energy per unit mass-volume EB. He is a solid state semiconductor device physicist by education and has more than 30 years experience in Silicon Valley, CA as a pioneer of high speed semiconductor technology for the applications of super computers, personal computers, programmable logic, and smart cell phones.
I found this book enlightening. I'm not trained in physics, but found the text relatively easy to understand, yet challenging at the same time. Exploring space without time was fascinating. It changed my mind!
A very interesting theory of space-time, presented mathematically. Very in-depth proof, and interesting read!