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Video: Cosmic and atomic model
Double slit and camera obscura experiments: ferman experiment ||| Type of Waves: Questions of Quantum Mechanics
The socurces of gravity. ||| In favour of the cosmos theory of ferman FCM ||| Theory of Everything: summary
Model of Cosmos. ||| Atomic model ||| Development speed of forces.||| Magnets: N-S magnetic polarity.
Stellar molecules ||| Static and Dynamic chaos||| Inversion or Left-right proof ||| Scheme approach TOE
Chart of atomic measures||| The main foundations of the Cosmos' Structure ||| Unstable particles in accelerators
Short summary atomic model ||| Positive electric charges reside in orbits.||| Mathematical cosmic model based on Pi.
Inexactness principle in observations ||| Einstein and the gravity ||| The Universal Motion ||| Atomic particles
Cosmic Geometry ||| Bipolar electronic: semiconductors ||| Multiverse or multi-worlds||| Light and photons
Quantum explanation of Gravity ||| Real physics versus virtual physics ||| The window experiment
Linkin: Coeficients Lcf Mcf ||| Atomic nuclei structuring: Short summary
Radial coordinates.||| Physical and mathematical sets theory. | Algebraic product of sets.
Planar angles: Trimetry.||| Fractions: natural portions.||| Cosmic spiral ||| Inverse values of parameters and operation
Equivalence and commutive property of division. ||| Concepts and Numbers. ||| Bend coefficient of curves ||| Mathematical dimensions
Transposition property ||| Accumulated product: Powers ||| Dimensional Geometry: Reversibility
Priority Rule in powers and roots ||| The decimal counter ||| The floating point index ||| Paradoxes in mathematics
Direct formula for Pi: The Squaring Pi. ||| The pyramids of Squaring Pi. ||| Functions of Pi ||| Integration formulas Pi.
Squaring the Circle ||| Cocktail formula for Squaring Pi.||| Orbital coordinates in motion: Summary
Oscillating function: Cartesian oscillators ||| The ciclo as unit of angular speed |||
Spherical molecules. ||| Genetic Heredity. ||| Metaphysics: Spanish only. ||| Brain and Consciousness. ||| Type of Genes T and D
Certainty Principle ||| From the Schrodinger cat to the Ferman's birds ||| The meaning of Dreams
Freely economy ||| Theoricles of Alexandria ||| Rainbow table of elements.||| Satire on the Quantum Mechanics
Cancer and precocious aging ||| Hardware and software of Genetics ||| The farmer and the quantum physicist|||
Andalusian Roof Tile. ||| Rotary Engine. ||| Water motors: Vaporization engines.
Triangular ferman's Houses .||| Pan for frying and poaching eggs ||| The fringed forest
Garbage Triangle: Quantum mechanics, Relativity, Standard theory
Fables and tales of the relativists clocks.||| Nuclei of galaxies.||| Particles accelerators.
Hydrocarbons, water and vital principles on the Earth. ||| Cosmos formula : Metaphysics
Ubiquity Principle of set.||| Positive electric charges reside in orbits.
Chaos Fecundity. Symbiosis: from the Chaos to the Evolution.||| Speed-Chords in galaxies.
The man and the testosterone.
Who is God
Introduction to the necessary explanation of the Universal Consciousness and the explanation and understanding of the nature of what it is consciousness, whether human or Universal.
Consciousness consists of a JOINT ASSESSMENT of the knowledge and feelings we have about any aspect, circumstance or event of any kind.
That is, to become aware is to know the data of any event or circumstance and value them as a whole (at the same time).
Therefore, this joint assessment of knowledge and feelings is essential because a recreation and contemplation of the event to be studied in its entirety is necessary in order to assess the total result.
Let's put some daily examples to understand this need for joint assessment of knowledge and feelings.
If, for example, we were to look at an unknown landscape through a tiny hole in a window, perhaps at that moment we would see only a green dot.
If we change position for a very long time, for example a month, then we will continue to see points of all possible colors during that long time, but we will not understand what we are seeing, and therefore we will not become aware of what is behind of the window.
However, if we now open the window and see all the points of the landscape at the same time, that is, we see the whole landscape together, we will immediately value this landscape, understand it and gain awareness of what the landscape is, together all the knowledge and feelings that produces us.
Therefore, to become aware of something is to value it and experience it as a whole with our mental capacity.
In this case, and to compare it with a computer, we see that in computers, as it happened when we looked through the small hole in our computer, they only analyze or express one point (byte) in each unit of time, then go on to the next and so on successively.
Therefore, today's computers cannot become aware because they do not "live" or review all the data at the same time. Nor do they have added feelings that can be analyzed together with other data and knowledge.
Living beings have the ability to combine data and knowledge in their brain and mind, and in this way create a small consciousness when they analyse "relive" or remember any event or physical event, always according to their short possibilities.
An underdeveloped animal such as a reptile will only be able to analyse easy events, but they already have intelligence and feelings to become aware of simple events related to their vital need for defence, food, sexuality, etc.
If you observe a worm, its instincts and simple feelings of food and hunger; as well as his knowledge of the space to travel, his ability to move, etc., will make him aware (somewhat primitive and reflexive) of what is happening and can happen and will proceed to capture the worm.
In other words, awareness can be given to simple animals, even if it is simple, reflexive and quite primitive.
If we now turn to a human being, such as a poet, painter, sculptor or mechanic, he already has important feelings and knowledge to proceed to the awareness of a much higher degree of extension and sophistication about all his works and creations, and even to think in advance about what you are going to build or create.
Then our consciousness is much more extensive.
Now, as we have said, consciousness is the evaluation of events taken and analysed all together.
(And here we could say or answer how we will do with the Creativity concept):
AND VICE VERSA
That is, the conjunction of knowledge and feelings forming a set creates itself an Awareness of all that these knowledge and feelings encompass.
And therefore, all the knowledge and feelings of a human being including those related to his own being, creates an awareness of himself.
So, we will ask ourselves, what happens then with the intelligence and creativity of the Cosmos? Are they also aware of themselves?
Logically it must have it since as we see the Cosmos work with all its "knowledge", among other, own physical laws combined and acting in each and every one of the points and places of the same.
In order for the Cosmos to be unaware of itself and its creativity, each and every one of its laws, creations, (particles, atoms, stars) etc., should be separate and act independently of each other.
Being all together and acting dependent on each other, this is bound to create a great Universal Consciousness.
We must understand as Creativity the expression of the knowledge, feelings and intellectual faculties of individuals through different constructions and creations that express these faculties.
Therefore, creativity will depend on the quantity and quality of all the faculties of the creator. In principle, no one can create things of superior quality to which his faculties allow him.
Thus, to build a car it is necessary to know and know how to use the technology necessary for its construction.
AND VICE VERSA.
If a car has been built, surely its builders have the technological knowledge to do so.
We will see that this consideration is important to understand the Cosmic Entity.
One of the characteristics that must accompany creativity is the need on the part of the creator to manifest and give life to these attributions of intelligence and feelings that he has.
Therefore we will include here the characteristic of VITAL NEED of every creator to manifest and give life to their faculties through the expression and exposition of these characteristics and peculiarities.
But of course if that need exists, in good logic there should also be the compensation, let's say sensitive, when a creation is executed.
The more important and extensive the greater is the sensitive compensation.
And what would be this "psychic" compensation for creation well done?
Well let's give him the man of pleasure or HAPPINESS for a job well done.
That is, happiness would be an internal compensation of the creator for the fact of having expressed and exposed some important creation.
But from experience we know that one of the peculiarities of this feeling that we include with the definition of Happiness (satisfaction for a job well done), has the peculiarity of acting out of sympathy, that is, it is not necessary that we are the ones who have produced that creativity or work well done, just to look and observe it is enough, even if other beings were have done it, including the work done by the Cosmos or Nature.
If we sit down to observe a simple landscape, we will feel that feeling and satisfaction for a well-made creation; If we see a great painting, sculpture, poetry, etc., we will feel that satisfaction even if we are not the builders ourselves.
Then the feeling of Happiness, although it has several branches and ways of feeling it due to the great variety of our sensitive systems, in its beginning or base is the creation of a positive creativity work.
A topic that I would like to address here, albeit briefly, would be the issue of immortality that is talked about so much in religions and philosophy.
If you look, all this that we have been talking about refers to the content in a supposed human (and even animal) mind but somewhat distant from the simple bodily element of living beings.
The knowledge we have is not ours, but simple acquisitions or recordings of what exists in nature or the cosmos.
Therefore these human qualities are a simple reflection of what already exists in the Cosmos.
If you look at the example of the mathematician, the mathematics that he uses and teaches are not his own but belong to the universe that surrounds him.
If he dies, mathematics does not die.
And here it would be important to ask a question.
What is more important in a human being, his body or his mental qualities?
Of course both
But to understand the value of each, suppose we separate them into parts.
On the one hand we leave the body alive, but without knowledge or feelings, simply in a vegetative state.
And we pass the knowledge and feelings to a robot that cannot move, but that can execute this knowledge, feelings, teaching mathematics, etc.
In this case, which would be the most important and which would like be us?
Well, surely the robot.
By this I mean that what is fundamental in the human being may not be his body but his mind and intelligent functionality.
Another example would be that of the television apparatus considered as a body, and apart, the programs that it executes and emits that do not belong to it, but come from an external medium or universe.
And we would continue asking ourselves, what is more important the television apparatus as an element, or the programs that it broadcasts that are not its own but external to it?
Well, in all probability, they will be the programs broadcast, because if we have a television that does not connect to the programs, it would be useless.
Well, the same happens with human beings, what is important is their knowledge and mentality and if we die we can consider it as in the case of the television, which we have simply "disconnected" from the cosmic environment.
Here a study could begin to adapt our Ego to our correspondence with intelligence and cosmic qualities in order to acquire security and tranquillity, since the above would demonstrate that the main part of our being is immortal.
But this is another topic of psychology too long to study here.
A universal intelligence and consciousness could be assimilated to the concept of God.
However, logically, this would show that our religions have created particular and specific gods according to the vision, time and height of development of our civilizations.
Each of our religions created their own gods, but if we are a little humble we should understand that it is not us who can create gods, in all cases it would be the opposite.
In our case we should think that a universal God would not have the same moral considerations and primitive instincts for survival, conservation and defence that we have, since for him death and life would be both positive because everything is a creative manifestation.
And it is not necessary to make a great effort for understanding it, let's think of a great novel such as Romeo and Juliet where there is love, hate, rejection and death.
And yet, we say that it is a wonderful fictional creation.