A peek into how ‘things’ might work. Something to think about

I recently wrote this item for the benefit of a young relative. I wrote it to encourage him to be not afraid to think about what the “big picture” might be in the wider universe around us. I have made no serious attempt to prove anything and kept the references to a minimum.


“All ‘things’ are somehow related to quantum fields (fields)*. There are relative (temporal) and non- relative (ontological) fields and both can be seen as influences relating to some sort of universal ‘whole’. Whereas temporal fields relate to observable and measurable ‘things’ and events related thereto, this is not the case with ontological fields that include intuition and awareness. This means that there are two different types of causation with respect to the workings of the ‘whole’.

There are givens (meaning simply how things are) in the universe. These include gravitation of at least two different types, that relate to either the effects of the Big Bang or to the rules of nature, such as those between objects such as galaxies and other types of universal systems. These might also include other universes and dimensions. Light, electricity, magnetism and the hidden laws of random and geometric nature are also givens. All of these givens have effects of some kind on each other.

They, and their inherent individual properties seem to be influenced and ‘carried’ by a ‘hidden’ (in physics called hidden variables)** ontological neural network. One example of a property is speed as it relates to light, and another is electrical charge as it relates to the properties of the electrons and photons in atoms. Science does not know how it is that particles (like gluons and quarks that ‘hold’ the universe together) have the mysterious ontological properties that they do, nor for what reason they act in manner that they do.

Temporal objects and their relationship to other temporal objects are related to clocks and/or the speed of light as per the rules of relativity physics, that is, between smaller or larger objects. Motion of objects is also temporal. The effects (influences between objects not touching each other) of these diverse temporal relationships can be linked to standard causation scientific theory.

They are knowable, observable and measurable. On the other hand, ontological effects between objects are knowable and can be experientially detected (like psychokinesis and telepathy), but they cannot be observed and measured in accordance with the normal rules of physics. Both of these ‘types’ of temporal and ontological effects are relational to a separate holistic ontological field that is related to the external ‘perimeter’ of an ever expanding universe (as it relates to the speed of light).

This three-way concurrent relationship can be seen as being in different temporal and ontological ‘averages, densities and ratios’ with each other. All fields can be seen as containing patterns of information that mean something. These concurrent relationships between each of these three ‘fields’ is in turn related to the ontological sub-quantum rules of quantum mechanics. This is a field of indeterminate randomness. The rules of temporal relativity physics is determinate. It is the indeterminate effects of the universal ontological whole that are causal to the wider universe as being random. This theory can also be applied to the ontological and temporal human condition as well as its ‘connection’ with the wider field of nature.

All things and events operate within their own temporal or ontological field reference frames. These reference frames might be seen as being like continuums that exist in a parallel concurrent relationship with each other until the speed of the expanding universe exceeds that of the speed of light. It is this ontological relationship that gives ‘meaning and purpose’ to universal reality. This is through continuously changing morphic resonance and fields (ontological sub-quantum telepathy-like influences between organisms that is the cause of the formation of matter as discussed in item two).

We, as ‘complete’ persons, together with our thoughts, decisions and behaviour are representations of this universal process, the oneness of the universe.

There are seven demonstrable and describable ontological (sub-quantum) keys that help to explain this dual relationship as well as how it might work in the manner that it does (they are too complicated to include in this type of document. If you are interested in them please mail me and I will send you a copy. One of them is non local entanglement theory as demonstrated in the cited animated video).

If you are confused about this type of complex quantum field physics debate the following quote is linked to a statement that the late distinguished physics Richard Feynman made to students before one of his lectures.

Quote:”…Will you understand what I’m going to tell you?… No, you’re not going to be able to understand it-You see, my physics students don’t understand it either. That is because I don’t understand it. Nobody does.”

As a concept scientist I fall into this bracket too.

“…Reality is fundamentally different from our classical picture of a smooth, continuous, well-defined Universe. Although it’s true that these quantum fields began as a mathematical construct, they describe our physical, observable reality more accurately than any other theory we’ve concocted…”

** An example of a hidden variable is…


“Consider elementary school students’ shoe sizes and scores on a standard reading exam. They are correlated, but assert that larger shoe size causes higher reading scores is as ridiculous as saying that high reading scores cause larger shoe size. In this example, there is a clear hidden variable, namely, age”

I suspect that the distinguished physicist Dr Adam Becker might also be echoing some of these points in his 2018 Harvard University lecture as well.

Later amendments and corrections are envisaged.”

A rapid fire look at Australian history

I present to you film images that I feel are bound to engender a sense of great interest and nostalgia

Australia captured in time, Part 1 – A re-look at old war photographs. Snippets of the Gough Whitlam and the Vietnam war years

Australia captured in time, Part 2 – Whitlam, the origins of the Snowy mountains scheme and historical Australian nature’s fury

Australia captured in time, Part 3 – Unusual film extracts from Cyclon Tracy and the Azaria Chamberlain affair

The dynamic nature of Australian football – Historical photographs of Australian footballers at their best

Australian portraits from yesteryear – Guess these famous faces if you can

From HMAS Sydney to Queen Elizabeth II – Out of the ordinary film snippets relating to the sinking of HMAS Sydney in World war two  and Queen Elizabeth II’s visit to Australia in 1954

The information in the six videos above have been derived from the resources of Fairfax Media and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.