Panentheism Addressing Einstein and Imaginary Numbers

Panentheism Addressing Einstein and Imaginary Numbers

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This volume examines the very relationship of time and distance whether it is in a form of direct proportionality, a form of inverse proportionality, a form of time multiplied by time, or a form of space multiplied by space. This is a process of stepping onto a surface of quicksand whose depth is indeterminable. The only tangible aspect of this volume is an intuitive sense that the depth of this ‘quicksand’ will go well beyond Einstein and his concepts of relativity as it applies to metaphysical thought. To avoid such a journey, however, is to turn away from the true nature of metaphysics, which is to explore regions yet to be theoretically examined by science itself. To avoid addressing potentially hypothetical challenges, which a new metaphysical system may ‘encounter’, to avoid addressing potentially hypothetical dilemmas, which a new metaphysical system may ‘suggest’, is to show no confidence in the new system itself. To avoid the inevitable is in essence to shut down the very concept of what a new metaphysical system is required by its very nature to address. So how are we to delve into such an immense project as attempting to understand the concept regarding:1. Metaphysically understanding the direct proportional interrelationship of time and distance.2. Metaphysically understanding the interrelationship of inverse time being directly proportional to inverse of distance.3. Metaphysically understanding the concept regarding the square of the interrelationships expressed in #1 and #2.To understand the complexity of direct, inverse, and square relationships of time and distance, we will focus upon mathematics and mathematics’ fundamental explanation regarding the relationship between time and distance. If I were a mathematician, the following concepts could be seriously considered for their mathematical soundness. Since I am not a mathematician, rather than the mathematical soundness of the arguments being the points to consider, one might better focus upon the metaphysical implications of what bits and pieces may emerge from the following examination of mathematics and what clues mathematics might conceivably provide metaphysics regarding an understanding of what lies outside the physical.Having established a defense for any irrationality which may emerge from the remainder of this volume, let’s explore where reason, fused with mathematics, might take us in regards to metaphysics as we attempt to resolve the puzzling state existing between Zeno’s ‘i’, Newton’s ‘i’, and Einstein’s ‘i’. The new metaphysical perception which the individual acting within God creates regarding Zeno, Newton, Einstein, relativity, and the modern physics of quantum mechanics is an unusual one to say the least. Modern physics is immersed in the realm of the physical universe. This is as it should be. What should not be the case however is the perplexing abstractual state of existence within which modern mathematics (the language of physics) and physics find themselves existing. Mathematics and modern physics find themselves immersed within the realm of physicality with no sense of understanding the abstractual significance of the very physical reality they are examining. Mathematics and physics are in a state of abstractual confusion. This state of abstractual confusion was not ‘created’ by mathematics and physics but rather was created by the inability of metaphysics to break out of its state of uncertainty regarding the most fundamental of first truths: ‘I am.’ ‘The universe is.’ ‘1st cause is.’ Until a theoretical goal is established by metaphysical ingenuity, mathematics and physics will have no beacon towards which they can advance. Without such a beacon, mathematics and physics will have no choice but to visualize each new advance as a step into the blackness of the unknowable which they find surrounding their reality of the physical.show more

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  • Paperback | 302 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 17.53mm | 526.16g
  • Createspace Independent Pub
  • English
  • 1507741987
  • 9781507741986