First I want to mention I’ve added a comment on “Our Super Neural Networks.” Thanks for all your comments!
Lately my husband has been reading a book called “Our Undiscovered Universe, Introduction to Null Physics” by Terence Witt. I can’t quote it, because I’m not reading it, I’m just going by what he says it says.
So he says in the book he claims that the Universe is Nothing. I said, does he mean nothingness? Or not anything? Turns out there has actually been a discussion about it in the book. Melvin started to explain it and I can’t say it really stuck with me, but that’s because (this is what happens so often) while he was talking I drew my own conclusion already. Well he says that they have been able to create matter, but there is always an anti-matter with it. They say that all matter has an equal anti-matter somewhere, which makes everything “null.” What I decided is that it is not nothing, but everything. A balance of everything, or a medium. It’s like amniotic fluid, or a perfect room temperature. When it’s perfectly balanced, you can’t feel it.
This is why I think the Tao is right on. The philosophy of Tao refers to a balance between Heaven and Earth. The nothing being the everything. Like the most important part of a tea cup is the empty part. It’s in that nothing, or everything, where all possibilities exist. You can put anything you want in the empty part of the cup.
Another thing that fits is “Top-Down causation.” What science used to follow was “Bottom-Up causation.” Meaning we used to think that the root of things is as small as the molecule, or the tiniest thing we have found yet. Then we go up, like then comes the cell, then the organs, then the body, then… there’s a gap then between that and the spirit and the Universe and God. Top-Down causation begins with God. It all makes sense when you begin there. Then God created the Universe, our spirit is part of the Universe. Then out of the universe comes this reality, and then we need a brain to experience it. Then from there we need the 5 senses to feed the brain. And then comes the materials to make it all up. And so on. It took a little bit to get my head around this new paradigm, but now it makes total sense to me. The universe is the medium which all things come from.
So that is my thoughts for today, and watch for the comments, I’m going to ask the real scientist (Melvin) for his opinion.
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