Explaining a Moment is Complex as opposed to Living in It

Keeping myself busy with turtles and theoretical physics while waiting [for something to happen]. As complex as all this stuff is to master, it just takes a little bit of faith to benefit from the acceptance of this construct. Ultimately, our reality is ours to do as we will it to be.

For example, to simply observe, or being conscious of, anything brings it into existence or our acknowledgment breathes life into all constructs is a profound notion. Strange thing is, the mathematical model used to assist in the explanation of this idea has been holding true. Reviewing American theoretical physicist James Gates work can be both profound and disturbing in defining “What is our reality?” On March 7th, 2011, a great panel discussion with some of the Earth’s leading physicists on the Theory of Everything introduces Dr. Gate’s research and findings, and the implications of those results.

Introduction to the fundamentals of the 8th Dimensional Model of the Fabric of Our Reality. Very different as opposed to American physicist Brian Greene’s approach to explaining the theory of everything through his book Fabric of The Cosmos. I was just starting my third trimester at DeVry University in Phoenix, AZ.


8th Dimensional Model exploring Grand Unified Theory (2008) – Only basic knowledge of a subset of quantum mechanics, particle physics, is needed to appreciate what is presented in bringing homo sapien sapiens’s perception of reality towards a viable understanding of unification.


Particle interactions explained through quasicrystals (2017) – This is where we are today with respect to defining components that make up variants. Stuff that would probably make American physicist Richard P. Reynman take a second glance.



I am a technologist with a strong background in software engineering. I have many interests. My current distractions are 70s-80s-90s music [it's a very eclectic collection], ontology, information architecture, mobile device technology, medical bioinformatics, artificial intelligence, and nanorobotics.

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