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open book2INTRODUCTION

Quantum super-position of states, the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, quantum entanglement, and other characteristics of the sub-atomic arena have introduced an in-deterministic and bizarre portray of reality. Numerous attempts, such as Bell’s Theorem, have failed to extend the rules and logic of familiar classical physics to the subatomic domain. Moreover, many experiments have established that quantum mechanics may indeed apply to the macro-world as well (Nairz, Arndt, and Zeilingerzaq 2003).

New puzzles also come about in Astrophysics. Black Hole, Dark Energy and Dark Matter, and non-zero Cosmological Constant etc. have complicated the scheme even further.

On the other hand, recent cognitive neuroscience researches have unveiled a new understanding of the mind and consciousness. Many experiments support new theories like the Brain Lateralization theory, Quantum Mind Dynamics (quantum mechanical functioning of the brain), Holonomic Brain theory (non-locality of consciousness) and transpersonal psychology. (referring to a universal awareness). The above theories are explained in the related chapters.

Aim

In this book, I am presenting a concept, which can reintroduce objectivity as a tool to explore reality. However we have to expand our scope beyond traditional landscapes and redefine objectivity and determinism. Then the new vision has the potential to portray the reality in a new and expanded form.

Together we will revisit the origin of the perceptions from a new angle. We will explore whether this new perspective is capable of offering answers for different astrophysical, quantum mechanical and psychological paradoxes.

The effort to offer an explanation for the unexplained falls into the long sought after the Theory of Everything domain. The so called Theory of everything aims to solve the inconsistencies between Einstein’s General Relativity that explains the gravity and quantum physics that originated from experimenting with subatomic particles. Currently, these two portions of our knowledge contradict each other in many aspects.

Despite endless efforts made by great physicists, Einstein’s quest for a Theory of Everything still remains obscure. Underneath, I describe one of the problems as an example;

In the General Relativity theory, space has a smooth curve. According to Einstein, massive objects curve the space around them. This is in line with our everyday experience at large scale. This smoothness of fabric of space continues if we look closer to smaller scales to certain degree. However if we had a very strong magnifier and could look at ultra-small scales we could see that the fabric of space starts to get very rough and cranky. Gravity cannot explain the violence, which exists in fabric of space in ultra-small scale. Interestingly, in the Planck scale violence exists even without an actual particle being present. Here even without mass presence space gains a bizarre shape. If matter or energy is needed to alter the shape of space, then how can the shape change without their presence? In small scale quantum mechanics prevail. It explains the shape of space as being the effect of energy uncertainties and virtual particles. The two different explanations offered for the shape of the space in these two theories are not compatible. The Theory of Everything is supposed to remove discrepancies and enclose the concepts of quantum mechanics and general relativity in one grand theory. Ideas presented in this text aim at developing a model for the theory of everything.

 

   
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