Is this a simpler way of considering reality physics?

A simple physics description of universal reality and how it might theoretically work in the manner that it does

A] The Planck line separates quantum from sub-quantum phenomena. It represents the smallest material phenomena that physicists can detect and measure.

B] Below the Planck line is where Quantum Mechanics theory steps in [all the weird things that are known to happen in physics such as that all things and events are somehow connected to each other and acts as though the Universe has its own consciousness and can think].

C] The dotted lines below Quantum Mechanics [B as illustrated above] are representational of things and events that are more weird than those things happening in the universe than those occurring at the Quantum Mechanics level. This lower level physics is the deepest level of physics and is sometimes referred to by Physicists as being informational physics. Human consciousness and intuition might be seen to be as examples of phenomena at this level.

D] Above the Planck line (A) is the quantum and the atomic levels of physics where things and events can be observed and measured. These levels embrace materialist [meaning observable and testable] objects and movement. For example these include various effects of movement as described in Einstein’s theories.

E] Quantum theory includes phenomena entitled non-locality [entanglement theory]. Non-locality embraces and influences and effects all things and events in both the quantum [D level in the above diagram] as well as those at the B and C level in the same diagram. [The C level might be considered to be the “home” of non-locality].

At least three models of unity physics are thought by physicists to work along the lines of what I have described (Cahill, Hiley-Bohm and Freeman).

The latest military equipment news

News about developments in modern military weapons and equipment

1] The U.S. Navy’s Worst Fear: How China Could ‘Kill’ an Aircraft Carrier

2] A Lockheed Martin executive hinted that the ultra-secret SR-72 ‘Son of Blackbird’ may already exist

3] See This Missile? It Might be the Navy’s Most Crucial Weapon in Years

4] Mysterious X-37B Military Space Plane Caught on Camera (Photo)

5] Beijing conducts ‘concerning’ ballistic missile testing in contested South China Sea

6] You Sunk My Carrier: How the Navy Could Sink China’s New Aircraft Carriers

7] Study This Picture: It Might Be the Future of U.S. Navy Submarines

8] The U.S. Navy’s New Attack Submarine: The Most ‘Stealth’ Sub Ever?

9] No Bigger Secret: Why the New Mach 5 SR-72 Spy Plane Could Be Everything

10] Hypersonic Weapons Are Almost Here (And They Will Change War Forever)

11] Docs Show Navy Got ‘UFO’ Patent Granted By Warning Of Similar Chinese Tech Advances

12] China Likely Tested Missiles That Can Kill Aircraft Carriers in the South China Sea

13] Meet Russia’s Anchar—the Fastest Submarine Ever Built (Only One Made)

14] Is Russia Creating A Nazi-Style Army of Genetic Supersoldiers?

15] Stealth Surprise: Is Japan’s New Submarine a Game Changer? 

16] We Have the Emotional Video of the Very Last SR-71 Spy Plane Landing

17] How Chinese hypersonic missile advances are inspiring the US to dust off ‘Star Wars’, as the ‘great power competition’ resumes

18] How America Would Win a War Against Russia or China (Think F-35s and More)

19] The Secret Helmet that Turns the F-35 Into a Stealth War Machine

Where I am right now

A letter from me with respect to my future relationship with my website and my readers

Dear readers,

My regular readers will have noticed that I have not posted many new blogs for several months now. The reason for this is that complications with my health and other domestic matters have necessitated that I switch off for a time in my own interests.

For my new readers, I hope that you find my blogs and ideas in my interesting and valuable. I like to think my retirement hobby will inspire you to think deeply about past and present life and events.

I have decided that the day has arrived for me to seriously walk away from my website because of my age (my memory system is not as reliable as I would like it to be these days which does not help either). No new major works will be posted, but for the time being shorter blogs of interest will be. I also intend to either rewrite or amend some science related documents. Some original material will remain because of its originality of thought and the intent I had with respect to the contents in the first place.

This is regardless of whether such material in them is scientifically correct or makes widespread sense or not. I believe that all information has different meaning and values to different people and therefore this feature in our culture needs respecting.

With respect to my science related projects, with the benefit of hindsight I see some of my works as being significantly more meaningful and reliable than others. Reader feedback confirms this. I have always thought and written about science as I “sense” it should be for the benefit of everyday readers.

Often I have made my own interpretation of such material, and on different occasions I now know that it has been significantly incorrect, but I am sorry if I have distressed you by taking such an approach. I have consistently done my best to support my efforts from primary and secondary sources.

I think that it is worth noting that truly professional scientists say that theirs are valid theories until other better ones come along. As a concept scientist [a philosophical scientist] I can identify with such scientific thinking. I say this because the informational world of sub-quantum mechanics is in my opinion wide open for philosophical scientific interpretation. For such reasons I feel it can be open to be outrageously innovative and different from all that of all other scientific research. [This is because of what Quantum Physics reveals about how things work at a sub-atomic level. My recent blog “Is this a simpler way of understanding reality physics?” is an example of this].

For some time the click meter on my website has shown that each day, on average, seven hundred of you click on my blog ideas and associated presentations. I thank all of my readers for this unexpected and ongoing level of interest  and support. I feel humbled by this!

My website will continue to be supported by my family for at least a decade after my departure from this world. I especially apologise for my website’s present day untidy and unruly condition. Over coming months I will do my best to improve it.

I hope that my efforts on my website over the last six years remain an interesting feature of your present and future life.

Thank you all again and good luck to you all in your own lives.

Jonathon

Is there something that we are missing?

A fanciful little presentation about nothing

In early 2013 I wrote a pocket-sized booklet entitled “Big-Picture Reality – Is there something we are missing?” I referred to the work as being a fanciful presentation about nothing. The booklet was 48 pages in length and its contents were about reality as I “sensed” it might be at that time. There were very few references in the presentation and it was written in a rambling undisciplined style.

When I recently rediscovered this work on my computer, I noticed that I had made it clear at the time that I saw it as being pseudo-scientific and that I just make guesses with my ideas. Furthermore I was not a scientist. In other words there was no pretence on my part that the document was any more than a story and it should be read accordingly. I also made it clear that I was not seeking to prove anything. I never circulated the booklet because I belatedly decided it was a bit of a joke and therefore it was worthless.

Today, however I think that I was a little too harsh on myself for making such an arbitrary decision. With the benefit of hindsight I see my effort at that time contained many of the beginnings of my science related line of thinking and activities today. This includes what I believe in about science.

I am posting the original text in a blog today exactly as I wrote it. This is because I feel that it might contain material and ideas that could provoke students of science to look beyond [over the horizon] the content type and style of science that they might be commonly exposed to in educational institutions today. Other readers may find it to have interesting content as well. The link to a refined PDF version with the same information of the document immediately follows:

Big-picture reality

The importance of the Lockwood memoirs in respect to understanding Australian Labor Party [ALP] politics

Gary Lockwood’s political memoirs offer deep insight into the “raw” nature of the Australian Labor Party “machine” at probably a deeper and more revealing level than any other political historian ever has.

Gary became a member of the Shop Assistants Union at the age of 15 in early 1950’s. From those early days in his political life he has been both a witness and a player in some of the greatest upheavals and changes in Australian Labor party history. This is more so in respect to South Australian ALP politics.

I believe that you will find Mr. Lockwood’s 2011 speech to be both historically fascinating and politically compelling.

Speech to Flory Sub Branch in 2011

Matters relating to my science writing endeavors

Something that I feel that you need to know

My science related articles have been written over a seven year time span. Thus my knowledge base, interests and beliefs have progressively changed over time. In some cases I have decided not to update some of my earlier scientific writings. It is for this reason that all of my science related material should be primarily read as though it were a line of thinking at a given time. My blog entitled “Is there something that we are missing” is an example of this. My general policy with respect to my reality science research is to always do the best that I can in order to provide to my readers reliable (not necessarily always proven by experiment or observation) informational evidence for them to consider. This is albeit such evidence might often be incomplete (as you would expect anyway) and furthermore might be seen by some of my readers as being misleading or incorrect.

News about news especially for you!

My readers may have noticed that recently I decided to no longer post new blogs with individual news stories. This decision does not mean that the old unique stories that I used to post on your behalf no longer exist, in fact the opposite is true! If you care to read about highly interesting and sometimes controversial events that are usually not covered by the Australian media you will find a good range of articles in my four blogs entitled:

1] Out of the ordinary news of the times

2] Geo-politics and the potential for war

3] Unusual stories that I feel are likely to interest you

4] Military equipment news

5] Archival entertainment

Geo-politics and the potential for war

Media stories about intrigue, deception, talking and maybe pretending to avoid war

1] Does Australia need a nuclear arsenal? And what would be the cost?

Original media story

2] Japan, India negotiating military logistics pact in tightening of ties Are Australia and The USA going to become part of this pact as well?

Original media story

3] Trump is Forcing China to Reassess its Strategy

4] Trump spoils Xi’s Belt and Road Forum, without even attending

5] US tariffs threat strikes raw nerve on 20th anniversary of Nato bombing of Chinese embassy in Serbia

6] US-China trade impasse after President Trump’s new tariffs: 5 must-reads

7] South China Sea: Deterring a Fait Accompli

8] How talk of a clash of civilisations with China serves America’s purpose

9] Your 5G Phone Won’t Hurt You. But Russia Wants You to Think Otherwise

10] Beyond the China-US trade war: what next for the world’s two giants?

11] China’s doves urge Beijing to find common ground with Washington

12] US-China trade war: here are Beijing’s options – and not one looks any good

13] You Can’t Imagine World War III Between America and China

14] Trump is foolish to use US stock market as a weapon in the trade war with China while a real crisis looms

15] U.S. won’t ‘tiptoe’ around China with Asia stability at threat: defense chief

16] China and U.S. clash again on trade and regional security

17] Experts doubt China’s ability to launch assault on Taiwan

18] Warning to China: reforms are taking too long and Germany may be about to get tough

19] Tightening the Chain: Implementing a Strategy of Maritime Pressure in the Western Pacific

20] Oil tanker attacks: did Iran’s ties with China just go up in smoke?

21] China’s new abnormal: European patrols in disputed Southeast Asian waters

22] China and Iran: Joining Forces to Beat U.S. Stealth Fighters?

23] Pentagon secretly struck back against Iranian cyberspies targeting U.S. ships

24] Russia and China Go War Against America. Here’s What Could Happen Next

25] Australia may need to consider nuclear weapons to counter China’s dominance, defence analyst says

26] India, US Sign Defence Pact That Paves Way for Sale of Armed Drones to Counter China’s Growing Presence

27] Chinese Nuclear Armed Submarines in Russian Arctic Ports? It Could Happen

28] Will China’s private sector be the big loser in the US trade war fight?

29] America vs. Russia and China: Welcome to Cold War II

30] The Army’s ‘Big Six’: America Plan to Wipe Out Russia or China In a War

31] The Ultimate Way to Deter China: Why Island-Chain Defense Can Work

32] China vs. Japan: Is the East China Sea Showdown Back on?

33] Is Russia Having Second Thoughts About Integration With China?

34] The US could make Hong Kong – and China – pay an economic price for the extradition bill

35] Baoshang Bank collapse threatens China’s economy and may trigger central bank response

36] Nuclear Holocaust: If an Israel vs. Russia War Broke Out in the Middle East

37] As China and the United States fight for global dominance, is Australia’s safety at risk?

38] The Limits of the Alliance Between China and Russia

39] China Fears A Soviet-Style Collapse in Hong Kong

40] Scholar points to Beijing’s ‘maritime militia’ in the South China Sea after lasers force Australian navy helicopter to land

41] Is America still the world’s only superpower or is China a real rival? Experts aren’t so sure any more

42] Why the West can’t avoid a clash with China over Hong Kong

43] Why China’s Premature Bid for Hegemony Is More Fragile Than You Imagine

44] The Kremlin Hierarchy Is Fast Decaying

45] So Much for Suez: What Britain’s Tanker Crisis with Iran in the Gulf Really Means

46] Chinese construction boom in Cambodian town raises fears of secret military pact

47] Watch out free world, the China-Russia threat just went over your head

48] The bitter reality is the Morrison Government doesn’t know how to deal with China

49] Indo-Pacific security should also be a European affair

50] NATO needs to address China’s rise, says Stoltenberg

51] Why the China-Russia Alliance Won’t Last

52] Sanctions: the new economic battlefield