Vision of the All Things

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My vision of all things means a willingness to logically understand everything that surrounds us. And there is a lot of it. It is not only what we see around us, although of course one must know our Earth and understand its existence in the Solar System.  I want to go much further and deeper. As part of my study, I enter into the entire infinite universe called the cosmos and the microscopic world of extremely small portions of matter and energy. However, this is not the end. There is much more than just visible surroundings. There is something that we just guess, what we do not see or what we only feel. For example, our dreams, thoughts and imagination. They are not physical reality. They are peculiarities.  In that case, do they belong to a different reality, called the spiritual sphere or the spiritual world? I say yes.

 

More and more courageous space explorers surprise us with the information that there is not only our cosmos, but there may still be other universes. Although we know so little about ours and are still researching it, we listen to the voice of scientists and we wonder if they are right. I do not want to deny them, while presenting my vision of all things, I emphasize the existence of not only this one physical universe, but also another, non-physical, called spiritual.  This invisible sphere coexists with the physical sphere, although it is beyond time and space and functions according to other laws and principles.  In my study, I would like to find answers to the questions about whether we are surrounded by only physical, biological, chemical laws, etc., or whether we can also indicate specific laws and spiritual principles functioning in an extraphysical universe.

 

Perhaps it is time to incorporate the broadly understood science into the fullness of reality, this physical and spiritual reality.

 

Science offers the most comprehensive and reasonably objective description of our reality.  Mathematics is the most perfect of sciences. After that, physics is just right, which is treated as the most complete exact science. Actually, physicists have created mathematics to have a tool for describing reality.

Researchers agree that it is not them who create the laws of physics, they only discover them, just as Archimedes, who jumped naked from the bath when he discovered the law of buoyancy.

 

It would seem, then, that classical Newtonian physics presents us with the correct image of the universe. However, this view was partially weakened as a result of the emergence of two "new physicists" in the 20th century. The first is modern theoretical astrophysics, which only to a certain extent originates from astronomy known for centuries. The second is quantum physics. It is precisely that which has clearly demonstrated the inability to apply the laws of classical physics to the functioning of the smallest elements of matter and very small portions of energy, especially when using the highest velocities. What is so new in both of these branches of physics?

 

Well, there was a necessity in them called an observer. This observer turns out to be indispensable in research on phenomena covering a range in which typical laws of physics no longer work. While in classical physics the possible observer has only passive meaning, limited to making measurements and acceptance of the existing state of matter and energy, in the astrophysics and quantum physics the observer becomes an active participant in events affecting the results of measurements and assessment of the actual state.

The phenomena perceived in the field of quantum physics give rise to the hypothesis about the possibility of creative human participation in events occurring on the border of space-time and the sphere beyond time and space. The practically observer (human) can decide which of the states of matter or energy is currently valid.

 

One can also try to extend the decision-making of the observer in relation to hard-to-know or indeterminate phenomena, such as dark energy, black holes or gravitational waves that theoretical astrophysics deals with.  However, then we notice that they are for us "high thresholds". Rather, it is necessary to look for the proper Active Observer, who thanks to the inability of man to convert energy into matter, can decide about various phenomena in space, including the implied participation in the expansion of the universe. Such thinking resulted in the establishment of fundamental assumptions of this study.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ISTOTA - ESSENCEISM – a research system to determine the First Cause

It is a system of logical analysis of phenomena beyond time and space. I created it so that, using scientific terms, try to bring people to the concept of God as the First Cause. I would like also to make people aware of eternity in themselves and give them a chance to get to know the world beyond time and space, that is, the spiritual world.... Full information can be found atwww.istota.org

Attention! The original name of the system is Essenceism (by "s"), but in Polish website I use the Polonised version of the name of Essenceizm (by "z").Please see: - www.essenceizm.pl -   © Copyright by Janusz Mazur - janusz.m@istota.net

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Essenceism corresponds to the questions: Who is God?; How is He?; Where is He located?  - this is the motto of this site.

 

 "God is not from this world – Essenceism" 

 - this is the book created on the canvas of this website by Janusz Mazur