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Re: Consciousness

Oct 31, 2009 02:46 PM
by Leon Maurer

Laurent, et al,

Give or take a few minor differences, the below overall description  
of absolute consciousness or perception/action (awareness, will,  
etc.) -- as the fundamental cause (along with infinite wave  
interference patterned holographic structural information) of total  
spacetime, mind, matter-energy, brain-body, etc -- pretty much agrees  
with the ABC fractal involved field model of cosmogenesis, mind and  
consciousness posted at:

The major difference is that the ABC model explains the actual pre  
cosmic source of the "pilot waves" (as part of Bohm's implicate  
order) represented as the analogous higher order hyperspace fields on  
the lowest order physical plane of the total cosmic manifest space...  
With the noumenal source of phenomenal consciousness and all mass- 
energy (spherical standing wave) forms being the fundamental  
qualities of the zero-point singularity of unconditioned absolute  
space located everywhere in total (hyperspherical) spacetime...  
"Whose center is everywhere and circumference nowhere"... With all  
cosmic information contained as a virtual hologram in the spin  
momentum of every ZP center of consciousness and soin momentum source  
of each harmonic fractal field within total spacetime -- down to the  
infinitely dense cosmic singularity and its first axion or virtual  
particle-standing wave inside the Planck space and extending at  
infinite radius around all manifest cosmic space.

In addition, the ABC model explains the actual mechanism of  
perceptive consciousness in detecting, holographically  
reconstructing, and perceiving the hologram of the visual image field  
processed by and transformed by the holographic brain and transmitted  
through the higher order harmonic EM mind and memory fields (in  
hyperspace) by phase conjugate adaptive resonance processes... The  
same method, in reverse, that the physical particle spherical  
standing waves are constructed out of the analogous holographic  
information contained in each ZP spin momentum singularity at their  
centers.  Thus, it's obvious, as Einstein said, that 'all matter- 
energy is space in motion'.  He was referring, of course, to the  
unconditioned "father=mother" or first differentiation of the cosmic  
singularity on the physical plane, that  he called the "Aether" (See,  
his Leiden Lecture of 1920).

Note that, in accord with the fundamental unrenormalized theory of  
general relativity, it's the physical spacetime's vector space (and  
its compressive gravitational and expansive electromagnetic fields,  
spiraling into and out of every ZP singularity which are relative --  
not the supposed "time vector" (which is simply a measure of change  
not a 4th spatial dimension) -- as normally assumed by conventional  

I suppose that Einstein intentionally misinterpreted this in order to  
make his SRT and GRT considered as part classical physics, in order  
to get his initial papers published in the peer reviewed journals of  
his time.  This decision must have haunted him for the rest of his  
life -- since it prevented him from finding a mathematical solution  
to a unified field theory.  I'm sure he knew that gravity and  
electrodynamic fields were essentially the same fundamental force  
field underlying all metric space -- one, the compressive/attractive  
aspect and the other, the expansive/repulsive aspect.  Naturally,  
nothing can come from nothing -- and all metric space, matte-energy,  
information, and consciousness are all interrelated and dependently  
arising aspects of one fundamental reality -- that we can only call,  
"eternally ubiquitous, unconditioned absolute space".

Accordingly, the initial shape of every radiant energy field  
spiraling vortically into and out of a ZP singularity, is in the form  
of a spiral vortex double helix -- with a basic cube-    octahedron  
crystal geometry that ultimately resolves into 8 x 8 nested  
tetrahedrons.  Thus, explaining the complementarity of gravity- 
antigravity on the one hand, and electricity-magnetism on the other.   
This fundamental structure of space can be clearly seen in the  
opposing polarized radiation of all super dense neutron stars  
(pulsars) at the center of supernovas.  Apparently, the birth and  
death of all forms of matter-energy in total space are seemingly  
reversely identical

I guess that's enough about this "New Physics" paradigm to give us a  
good start in figuring out all the rest for ourselves... (Like, e.g.,  
explaining all paranormal experiences and psi effects, and  
determining if the ancient philosopher-scientists were right in  
saying that our individual consciousness lives on after death, and  
that it reincarnates periodically, in accord with its accumulated  

Comments Welcome -- on the website.

Leon Maurer

On Oct 28, 2009, at 10/28/098:49 AM, Laurent wrote:

> What role does light (EMR) play in determining Schrödinger's cat  
> state (dead or alive)? Is light itself the only important factor  
> closing the loop, or is the observer's conscious acknowledgment  
> which causes the final determination of the cat's fate? In other  
> words, is the wave packet collapse a function defined by the  
> structures of matter, a result from the interactions and  
> relationships of its parts, independent from human observers, or is  
> objective reduction a function of the mind? The answer is yes to  
> both questions, there is no contradiction, self-observation is a  
> function intrinsic to all self-organized systems.
> Perception is key to the crystallization of 3D reality. Every  
> particle and object is accompanied by a wave that in-forms it about  
> its shape and environment. The particle exists in 3D only during  
> actuality, at the now moment. EMR feeds molecules with information  
> about the environment (information that represents the molecule's  
> past as it exists in a rock-like 3D actuality). Solidity and volume  
> manifest only at present or actuality in a spacetime continuum,  
> there is no material past nor future.
> Light particles transcend time and space. Photons bring us the  
> past. Because traveling at the speed of light causes time to  
> virtually stop, information from the past is locked into photons.  
> This is how we can see what the Universe was like billions of years  
> ago. Our capacity to see is closely related to consciousness and  
> our ability for self-reflection, just as EMR is closely related to  
> state vector reduction and matter's ability for self-reflection.
> We are constantly choosing the present out of an infinitude of  
> possibilities through a mechanism of quantum wave superposition.  
> Thoughts are formed very much in the same manner particles are, and  
> just like particle systems depend on matter waves and wholeness in  
> space and time, so does our mind. Processes forming ideas are very  
> much like the processes that form matter. Mind and matter both  
> depend on phenomena like wave superposition, non-locality and  
> parallel information processing. Phenomena which ultimately gives  
> all matter the possibility and the ability to self-organize into  
> ever more energy efficient systems.
> Holistic awareness, or self-reference, emerges from an inward  
> necessity which is satisfied as information is chosen from the  
> context in which a system evolves. That is why experience/ 
> perception is fundamental in the development of all matter, but  
> especially in sentient matter; because we need it in order to be  
> able to choose. This is why Nature (self-organized matter)  
> transformed into brains with eyes; to more efficiently carry out  
> this self-reference function. How could matter get organized if it  
> could not observe itself? Matter, in order to evolve, had to  
> communicate in any way naturally possible (e.g., surface  
> vibrations, air vibrations, EM radiation and non-local  
> communication). Biological organisms evolved to use light to their  
> benefit very slowly. As we already know, it took Nature billions of  
> years (from the Precambrian to the Cambrian era) just to develop  
> eyesight.
> Human consciousness evolved from the same holistic awareness  
> property all matter has shown to possess. The evidence suggests  
> that the objective Universe was here before human observers and  
> that wave function collapse is an old function of matter which,  
> through a self-reference mechanism inherent in self-animated  
> matter, evolved to what our consciousness is today.
> Human consciousness is spacetime dependent, just like matter. No  
> brain equals no consciousness. First there had to be matter before  
> there could be any brains, and matter is spacetime dependent.  
> Brains emerged from the evolution of information that existed in  
> spacetime. Thus, consciousness appears with the emergence of  
> matter, not before. Spacetime is where experience takes place.
> There can be no evolution outside of spacetime. Now, after billions  
> of years, this information exchange between matter and the  
> environment in which it evolves has produced ever more complex self- 
> organized systems. Human beings have evolved to take full advantage  
> of this holistic awareness function of Nature, which is what  
> enables us to think outside the grip of time. Allowing us at the  
> same time, to remember the past and imagine the future. Thought and  
> self-awareness can then be conceived as the products of that same  
> holistic awareness function through which all matter started self- 
> organizing 14 billion of years ago. Consciousness comes from the  
> same holistic awareness function found in all matter.
> The difference between humans and the rest of the animal kingdom is  
> self awareness; not even primates can recognize their faces on a  
> mirror. Animals, with the exception of human beings, are bound by  
> time, they exist frame by frame and react accordingly. Humans, on  
> the other hand, have the ability to go back and forth in time, we  
> call it imagination, foresight, or insight, and that is what gives  
> us our sense of wholeness in space and time... which is what human  
> consciousness is all about.
> Human consciousness is the ultimate product of a natural, energy  
> balancing mechanism, determined and regulated by the laws of  
> Thermodynamics. Because energy is finite, each object's energetic  
> requirements has to be measured before entering any given spacetime  
> metric; before going from its subtle quantum matter state, or wave  
> state, to its objective material state or particle state. These  
> information requirements are met through wave interactions and the  
> mechanisms governing wave superposition, as described by Quantum  
> Mechanics.
> Brains are these little bio-mechanical tools that emerged with  
> evolution for the only purpose of enabling us to interpret and  
> interface with reality. In order to become more thermally  
> efficient, the Universe needed to improve its ability to observe  
> and perceive the environment, so matter evolved into brains that  
> could take advantage of the properties of spacetime. Brains exist  
> because there is spacetime, not the other way around. Human  
> sentience is the actual evolutive result of all the sensing matter  
> has been doing through time. Matter is aware of its surroundings,  
> but that does not mean it can think, unless it had previously been  
> formed into a brain.
> Nature would still be able to exist and observe itself without the  
> human observer... it would just be a more primitive process. Our  
> brains then, are seen as Nature's best developed self-reference  
> tool on this part of the Universe. Human consciousness is an  
> extension of the same holistic awareness function self-organized  
> matter always utilized to observe itself. Therefore, in a very real  
> way, consciousness still is Nature observing itself.
> Experience is fundamental to existence, but it is not reality,  
> Berkeley was wrong. Reality is the process through which Nature is  
> constantly becoming. As Sir Roger Penrose explains quasicrystal  
> development in The Emperor's New Mind (p. 564), he writes that it  
> appears as if the whole crystal is observing itself, registering  
> all atom configuration patterns embedded into its pilot wave, using  
> a self-reference mechanism, limited by the system's tendencies or  
> potentialities, by which their present state is compared to past  
> states and all the possible rock-like outcomes, all at once, until  
> the right atom configurations are found while constructing their  
> "randomly forbidden, very complex icosahedral symmetries".
> Experience plays an important role in the correct development of  
> the crystals, as well as in all self-organized systems. The  
> crystals are able to carry out their self-observation by following  
> information contained in their pilot wave (Bohm-de Broglie) which  
> contains past and even future information about the crystal as a  
> whole. Proto-qualia, or state, for a quasicrystal, would be how all  
> the possible atom configurations would feel like, as they remain in  
> superposition, until the right one is found. Then and only then,  
> could the collapse of the wave packet finally occur. Build a  
> machine which can follow its pilot wave and fully register its  
> quantum state, and we may have a self-organized and maybe even a  
> self-aware machine.
> From the moment the first self-organizing systems appeared in  
> Nature to the moment the first human brain appeared it has been a  
> few billion years, but in both occasions the function has been the  
> same: to experience existence. Penrose's quasicrystals don't have a  
> brain but they follow their morphic matter wave as the measure by  
> which they must exist, and if by any reason they were to stop  
> following it as they add new atoms to their body, they would end up  
> becoming a totally different type of material. The objective state  
> a human being follows... or the measure by which a human being  
> exists... is also defined by its brain wave-function.
> The collapse of the wave packet on the EPR and Aspect experiments  
> doesn't just come from human knowledge acquired during the  
> measuring process but from a holistic awareness property intrinsic  
> to all matter. And, as Eugene V. Stefanovich contends:  
> interactions, not forces, are instantaneously registered throughout  
> space.
> Many are amazed at Wheeler's Delayed Choice experiment results, but  
> that's because they want to understand it from their own  
> perspective. They want to understand it applying spacetime rules,  
> and that's the problem. At the quantum level, you need to toss away  
> the notions of time and distance. For you, who live at the  
> spacetime level, the photon has maybe traveled billions of miles  
> and taken millions of light years to arrive, but at the quantum  
> level, its emission, detection, and measurement, has happened  
> instantaneously. In our world, it appears that, as we measure the  
> particle, we are deciding the path the photon had taken millions of  
> years before; when in reality, the emission and detection of the  
> particle happened instantaneously. After emitted, the photon  
> remains timelessly suspended in hyperspace until detected or  
> measured. Then, as its state is decided and the state vector  
> collapses, it materializes into spacetime; our level in existence.  
> So, it isn't our knowledge which collapses the state vector, it is  
> perception. What perceives it could be anything, dead or alive, the  
> particle's state will be defined either way.
> As we already know, matter and space are one and the same thing  
> (Einstein), matter tells space how to bend and space tells matter  
> where to go (Mach). The way science sees it, matter is nothing more  
> than condensed space. And, in my view, when I talk about a  
> particle, I might as well be talking about a human being. To me, a  
> man is nothing more than an uber particle, so to speak. And that's  
> because I believe in the evolution of matter. Matter, to me, is  
> synonymous to information; active information, to be precise.
> Also, as we should know, there is a wave-particle duality (de  
> Broglie, Schrödinger, Bohm). The particle is always accompanied by  
> a self scanning wave, or standing wave, where all the information  
> concerning the geometrical properties of the particle is contained.  
> This wave is called a matter wave and can be mathematically  
> described by a wave function. Each time the wave function  
> collapses, or we have a state vector reduction, the rock-like state  
> of that particle is defined in spacetime, as required by spacetime  
> laws. The particle existing in a rock-like state only at the now  
> moment. That is why it is vibrating.
> At the quantum level, motion occurs the way it is created on a TV  
> screen. As you may know, a TV screen refreshes 60 times per second  
> or so, that's how motion is created. Imagine the fundamental  
> particle as a vibrating 3D system refreshing its structure over a  
> trillion of times per second (Planck time). A standing, self- 
> scanning, spherical wave with a rock-like particle at the center.
> So, each time there is wave packet collapse, the now state of the  
> particle is defined, then, and only then, it can materialize into  
> spacetime; where the laws of Thermodynamics and Relativity apply.  
> Without the information required for the wave packet to collapse  
> there can be no particle in spacetime; it may exist virtually, but  
> not in spacetime.
> Now, there are the Bose-Einstein condensates; a state of matter  
> where groups of particles exist under the guidance of one single  
> pilot wave, as a whole. Also known as super atoms and superwave  
> functions. These were Bohm's main concern as he wondered about the  
> relationship between human consciousness, the body and the  
> Universal Mind; a realm he liked to Plato's realm of ideals and forms.
> OK, so we now have that each particle's existence in spacetime is  
> defined by the information contained within its pilot wave, and  
> that state is instantaneously registered throughout space. Each  
> particle going from state to state, with each new state superseding  
> the previous one. Learning and evolution being possible thanks this  
> super fast, continuous succession of states.
> Now, is the brain accompanied by a unifying superwave function  
> (unified consciousness field) or not? The field where memes are  
> contained. There is evidence that points to an affirmative answer.  
> As we already know, the human brain is divided in two hemispheres  
> connected by the corpus callosum, the structure through which both  
> hemispheres communicate. Well, there is a procedure for the  
> treatment of some cases of epilepsy where the two halves are  
> separated, and people who have gone through this procedure still  
> think as one single individual. Meaning that consciousness may be  
> such a higher function that it needs to exist as a non-localized  
> whole, or field, where this field's features are determined by the  
> matter in the brain, like a hologram. Information being processed  
> in a way similar to how a 3D image is reproduced out of a  
> holographic plate, where each point contains some information of  
> the whole. The brain being the holographic plate and your thoughts  
> or imagination being the reproduced images on the hologram or  
> field. State being instantaneously related to its surroundings as e- 
> motions. This, I believe, is how meditation can help with the  
> control of some bodily functions and even healing.
> And there you have it; particles and cells have a self-scanned  
> nucleus and we have self-scanned brains.
> Have you heard the Dalai Lama talk about compassion? I like to  
> visualize consciousness as a field around your head, a field with a  
> given circumference. A sociopath's field may have a circumference,  
> or radius, of a few inches. For people who, like the Dalai Lama,  
> are full of compassion, this field may have a much greater radius  
> (as they reach Nirvana), like a circle whose center is everywhere  
> and circumference nowhere... (Zeno, Pascal, Bruno).
> --
> Laurent Duchesne

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