Energy Evolution Program

Thursday, January 8, 2015

There is no matter.

Reposted with permission from Soundoff    "There is no matter." - Albert Einstein

Space, Time, Mass (note distinction between matter and mass), Fields (grav, elec, mag) also translate to vibration.

Everything that is brilliant is simple

Delete the Complexity with:  The Radius of Curvature of all Natural Law:   The Quantity C: Possessing a Significance Far Greater than Attributed  -   Gravity – As Viewed Through the Radius (VC)    -   Space as Observed through the Curve of Radius Light   -  Matter and Mass - Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass   -   Beyond A Uni-Dimensional Perception of TIME   -   The Nonlinearity of Physical Law   -   Integrate, make the connections: The Connected Universe

NOTE THE MATTER-ENERGY CURVE DEFINED BY THE RADIUS 'C', the velocity of light energy differential. The evolutionary "curve of development" specifically denotes energy levels/vibration rates.

What level on the evolutionary ladder would one place oneself? Or humanity as a whole? A stagnant belief in evolution can foretell 'failure', 'repeat the lesson'. Evolutionary Curve of Development, The Possible Human  

An inarguable connection:  Thus was born the two extreme views and separation of the same continuum, physics and metaphysics. To demonstrate that the path is the same regardless of the direction traveled, one of the many mutual reference points is quoted. In 1901, Max Planck's Law of radiation states that the level of energy upon which any nuclear particle or atom exists at any given moment is directly proportionate to its frequency of oscillation, and that the energy level of any body of matter is, therefore, proportionate to the mean frequency of its particles. For at least two thousand years the metaphysician has stated that the level of energy, spirit, or potential upon which any particle, any body of matter, or any being exists, at any given moment, is directly proportionate to its rate of vibration.

Translate 2000 year old terminology to 21st century science


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