"some scientists claim that hydrogen, because it is so plentiful, is the basic building block of the universe. I dispute that. I say there is more stupidity than hydrogen, and that is the basic building block of the universe"          frank zappa



this kind of started out as a journal for me to write down my thoughts on a broad area of interests, thoughts about time, symmetry, space, process and the unified dynamics of a possible cohesive principle that could help unravel those profound quandaries that plague the human search for the source of consciousness. Yeah, I know....don't you have anything better to do?....well, actually no, not at this moment anyway.

I am just randomly jotting down a few ideas and concepts that in my mind seem to make sense and I feel there are others out there that might say...hey I know where you are coming from....I feel your pain...Dude!

besides the usual spiritual or religious readings, the bible, the urantia book, alice bailey's works, upanishads, patanjalis sutras, bhagavat gita, zen buddhism etc....

the philosophy of plato, arisotle, socrates etc.......

in 1983 I read Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity for the first time. even though much of it left me out of breath and confused, even then, there were glimpses of clarity and a few "of course" and "exactly" moments. I became obsessed with books on physics and cosmology in the early 80's and in the past two years dove back in to book's by Dr. David Hawkins and the amazing "The End of Time" by Julian Barbour.

Books by John Gribbin, especially "In Search of The Big Bang" & "White Holes" are great books that can illustrate the a blur between cosmological/metaphysical concepts and lay a good foundation to modern physic's views of quantum mechanics, string theory etc. in a way the average Joe like you & I can understand and get a grip of. Another good book that draws comparisons between spirituality and physics is "The Tao of Physics" by Fritjof Capra.

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