META THEORY

METAPHYSICS I














IMAGE 1: THE SEIVE THEORY

My first ‘grand-unified theory’ I had in college in 2001. It was
based on the idea that every type of galaxy---which I thought was
a universe---was equivalent to some variation on a spindle galaxy.
Located on the ends of the central-disk structure were holes
leading to other universes. The holes were a non-objective
structure, or non-structured formula, whereas the content within
the disk was structured. Also, the top and bottom of the center of
the disk contained additional holes, which particularly carried
time-like strands. Thus, the highest probability was to be located
in the intermediate area, to be transported by time in the center,
or to be destroyed and re-created, on the fringe. Thus, the
structure becomes  a myth of creation. Overall, the theory bears
some similarity to Heraclitus’ theory of the sun.














IMAGE 2:  HYPER-MARBLE THEORY
The second theory I also formulated in college, rarely putting it in
writing. It was a theory of objective hyper-structures called
marbles. According to the theory, the marbles were stacked
consistently, perhaps infinitely. Information sook out the marbles
for the purpose of computing. Otherwise, the purpose of the
marbles was fairly inscrutable. Although, it does bear some
resemblance to multi-verse theory, in this case the bubbles do not
change, but merely reflect information which serves as a variable,
resource, or element. The most serious activities take place
within the spheres, whereas much meaningless activity takes
place between them, as distinguished by the difference between
change or flux and permanence or immortality.















IMAGE 3: RHINOS AND CAFFEINE

My first quadratic theory of exceptions was a remarkable
accomplishment. I separated all of existence into entities
(‘rhinos’) and qualities (‘caffeine’), and permuted the result.

Thus, the following categories resulted:

   (1) ‘Doing the rhino’
   (2)  Rhino brand caffeine
   (3)  Special caffeine
   (4) Caffeinated rhinos

Metaphorically, the four categories represented (I believed), an
exclusive list inclusive of all potential categories of exceptions.
Thus, any exception, I thought, could be classified within the four
things. And, if any exception could be classified, in theory
ANYTHING could be classified that way, since, in the modern
view of science, anything is an exception, applying Meillassoux’s
radical contingency.
















IMAGE 4:  HONEYCOMB LOGIC

Perhaps realizing that there was a material debt to all this
theorizing, I formulated perhaps my first genuinely material
theory, which was the theory of logically alternating honeycombs.
This was really a theory of space, rather than time or matter, and
I thought that space could do much to explain the structure of
matter. The underlying structure of space, which produces
material structures based on a system of sacrifices or
symmetries, goes far in explaining the logic of material objects.
For example, sex partners are trying to resolve an underlying
symmetry. Psychological problems arise out of energy
imbalances, etc.










IMAGE 5: SOULS, BLANKETS, AND ORGANISMS

The 3-d reality can be used to develop souls, which are
philosophers stones, sort of like metaphysical computers. The
other elements in the fourth dimension are blankets or manifolds,
and organisms or mental / metaphysical structures.


     
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