I used to be a performing singer and 3 piece blues guitarist. When I got old, I started writing. That drew me into the larger questions that humanity has been struggling with for the last - at least - six thousand years. That interest resulted in my deciding to publish my counterintuitive notions as a book that I named "TAKING DOWN THE CURTAIN: The Truth About Faith, Fact, and the Slippery Wizards of Voodoo Metaphysics". Since then I've been nearly everywhere in search of someone who can successfully debunk the information and conclusions that are contained within that book. I'm hoping that person is registered here, and can help me see the errors in my way of thinking.
The true nature of reality and the human being's accurate relationship with that reality.
The sub-structure of physical reality is comprised of only two indivisible unitary forms of physical existence - the event unit and the unit of information. Material (corporeal) existence is the human mind's interpretation of matrixed (layers of contextually associated assemblies and sub-assemblies )event trajectory wholes that we perceive in their "umbrella" trajectory form - basically the linear carrier event trajectory that grants singular and inimitable existential identity to all event units within each trajectory (either linear or redundant in manifestation, or matrix of both) that has come together to create that "umbrella" event trajectory. We perceive ourselves as material, and so - of course - we translate everything that resembles us (right down to the particle) as being material. This is why we can't answer the mysteries of quantum physics. We're studying particles, when we should be studying event trajectories and the information clusters they initiate.
Metaphysics, Reality, The Eternal Human Being, Contextual Ramification, Existential Structure
Listening and learning from other people.
I have no TED story. I presented a theory concerning the nature of reality to a progressive (underground) hip hop writer/performer, and he gave me this website and told me to pester those folks with my notions.
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