Wednesday, 29 June 2016

Presentism the physics behind Buddhism

Presentism is the view that neither the future nor the past
exist. According to presentism, events and entities that are wholly past or
wholly future do not exist at all.

Only the present moment exists this is similar to Buddhism where everything in the past is unreal and everything in the future is unreal, everything imagined or mental... is unreal. Only the
present moment of physical reality is real. But mankind has never been able to
explain presentism as a physical process using physics.

The nearest we have come is the modern theory of relativity with the conceptual observer being a
geometric point in both space and time at the apex of a 'light cone' which
observes the events laid out in time as well as space.

Different observers can disagree on whether two events at different locations occurred at the same time depending if the observers are in relative motion. This theory depends upon the
idea of time as an extended thing and has been confirmed by experiment.
However, although the contents of an observation are time-extended, the
conceptual observer, being a geometric point at the apex of the light cone, is
not extended in time or space. This creates a paradox in which the conceptual
observer contains nothing, even though any real observer would need to be the
extended contents of an observation to exist.

This paradox is partially resolved in Relativity theory by defining a 'frame of reference' to encompass
the measuring instruments used by an observer. This reduces the time separation
between instruments to a set of constant intervals.

Some of the difficulties and paradoxes of presentism can be resolved by changing the normal view of time as a container or thing unto itself and seeing time as a measure of changing
spatial relationships among objects; thus, observers need not be extended in
time to exist and to be aware, but they rather exist and the changes in
internal relationships within the observer can be measured by stable countable

The theory of relativity can never give of a complete and
objective understanding of presentism because there is no cause and effect in
relativity. Matter tells space how to curve and space tells matter how to move.  There is no present moment that causes the future to unfold there is just a beautiful geometrical process.

But in a new theory called ‘Quantum Atom Theory’ the Universe is explained as a continuum of continuous energy exchange or continuous creation.

Each individual is at the forefront of creation in ‘the moment of now’ in the center of their own reference frame as an interactive part of creation with an emergent uncertain future unfolding relative to the energy of their own actions. In this theory the wave particle duality of light
and matter in the form of electrons is forming a blank canvas that we can
interact with forming the possible into the actual.

We have new photon oscillations or vibrations continuously coming into existence relative to the
atoms of the periodic table forming what we measure has a period of time. The
atoms form standing waves in time with the spontaneous absorption and emission
of light or photon energy forming the ever changing world of our everyday life
that we see and feel as the passage of time.

In such a theory ‘the moment of now’ relative to each individual observer is the only thing that exist within a universal process of energy exchange. With a past that has gone forever and a future that only exists as a probability wave function that forms the uncertain of everyday life
that at the smallest scale is represented mathematically by Heisenberg’s
Uncertainty Principle.

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