Originally Posted by MonsieurM
Hello Lamare , i have been following some of your posts as they are quite interesting ( although some are beyond my mathematical knowledge
) ; the reason for this message is that through the course of the discussion taking place in the golden tractate threat, i stumbled on a website that has some intriguing math and it kind of resonate with Dollards math .... could you have a look , and let me know what you think of it .... keep your mind open :
UMMO - UMMITE PHYSICS AND METAPHYSICS - A new website devoted to the Ummites - general introduction
a little excerpt:
I printed the first 42 pages of the word document on that site and read it in the train home from work.
It is quite an intriguing read and I experienced kind of a battle between my feelings and my ego mind.
So, you could say it did touch a nerve or two..
What I understand of it, is that they basically say the Universe consists of some kind of entities that exist outside of our notion of time and space. To me, that would mean some kind of abstract entity that exist in the shape of pure information.
You see, information just exists. It exists outside of space and time. It just IS. And that resonates very nicely with your sig...
Now when you know how a computer works deep down, it is in essence pure logic being "executed" or "animated" by a machine that follows just a few very simple binary logic rules. These are implemented using transistors, configured as logic "nand" "gates", that change their state at pre-determined times. In other words: ruled by a clock.
So, in essence it's a machine that "executes" binary logic, ruled by a clock signal.
At a higher abstraction level, like in a higher object oriented programming language like C++, you can define all kinds of abstract "objects" which you can program to have all kinds of interactions with one another, in essence the exchange of information.
So, all of this is, in essence, information and "thought constructs" being "animated" by a machine.
However, it is thinkable that the same kind of "objects", abstract thought constructs, in essence pure information, COULD also be "animated" by another kind of machine, which would be "consciousness".
And of course, you could also think of other kinds of "anmiation machines" than machines based on binary logic.
So, it appears to me we are looking at the definition of some kind of abstract objects, characterized by "angles" (or, in my interpretation, "perspectives")
that are "animated" by some kind of "computing" "machine" using a different kind of "logic" or "programming language" than what we are using.
In this idea, our consciousness would be "a program" or "object" animated by this "computing machine", which interacts with other "animated objects" by means of this "computing machine" according to certain rules.
In this thought-construct, the "animated objects" exist in some abstract "machine", but are not ordered within 3D space and time. And under certain rules, "matching angles", these "animated objects" can interact with one another, or, exchange information and thus create the illusion of space and time.
Within such a scenario, the Universe would thus be a very convincing illusion, a simulation not unlike a computer game, "animated" by some kind of advanced "computer" existing outside of what we perceive as space and time.
And that connects very nicely to what Bashar tells us. See for example:
Bashar Explains The Holographic Universe - YouTube
Bashar on Creating in the YOUniverse - YouTube
Bashar - Infinite Parallel Realities - YouTube
Bashar - "Shifting Through Infinity" - June 19, 2010 - YouTube
(i.e.: I just googled these Bashar vids, can't listen to them at this computer, since I broke my sound card some time ago.)