SCION: Einstein's God

Thesis Statements

Thesis Statements

Matheism

Introduction

The Infinite and Eternal Cosmos

Quantum Physics

Quantization: The “Pixelation” of the Physical World

Non-Locality, Entanglement, and the “Observer Effect”

Einstein's “Spirituality”

The Eternal and Infinite Universe

Complexity from Simplicity

The Metaphysical Primacy of Mathematics

SCION: The Plenum of Consciousness

The Physical World

Free Will

Physical Objects

Physical Sentient Beings

Quantum Mechanics

Quantum Interference

Virtual Particles

The Expansion of the Infinite, Eternal Scionic Network

Other Implications and Conclusions

Our World is the “Platonic Realm”

Democritus' Atoms

Quantum Uncertainty and Epicurus' “Swerve”

Resolving Cartesian Mind-Body Dualism

Leibniz's Monadology – Without Teleology

The Ultimate Resolution to All Scientific Mysteries

Logos, Pathos, Ethos, Mythos – and Back to Logos

All Proceeds from Number

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7 Replies to “AE-DOC: scion-einsteins-god”

    1. I’ve heard about this. The mass/energy at any given point in space or time is subject to a degree of uncertainty. Even empty space is not really completely empty, because if it were then its mass/energy would be exactly zero. Instead, it always has to be some uncertain, but non-zero amount. This is the source of virtual particles. Their existence is precisely the manifestation of this uncertainty.

      Why this uncertainty exists in the first place is another matter. I think this is a mystery in modern physics, but based on this book, it seems that it could have something to do with the hedonic response of scions. I’m speculating here, but maybe their activity creates some underlying fluctuation which is the source of quantum uncertainty.

  1. I could be mistaken, but in the second paragraph, beginning with the second sentence, under (OUR WORLD IS THE “PLATONIC REALM”) the use of the word “overwhelming” instead of “overwhelmingly”. Is this a typographical error? “THESE OVERWHELMING TEND to involve… ”
    Or

    There are a number of important implications to the idea of a Platonic realm,as well as A NUMBER OF DIFFERENT WAYS that this idea has morphed and been used over the centuries. THESE OVERWHELMINGLY TEND to involve some sort of built-in separation between humans and the “ideal.”
    Also…
    The option to send a private comment using your “contact page”. (Link goes nowhere)

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