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Old 23-12-2011, 11:09 PM   #1
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Interdiscipline Synthesis Cosmology (ISC)

There is a new intellectual effort striving for the truest and most complete description of reality based on all of the information in the world. It is called "Interdiscipline Synthesis Cosmology" (ISC), which is a label for the understanding of the universe obtained from combining information from a large number of endeavors.

ISC must therefore be considered a natural philosophy, rather than a purely scientific theory or religious doctrine, or an in-between compromise, for it will necessarily include many theories and doctrines, and many other philosophies, as well as information from myth, legend, folklore, ancient history, and other knowledge applied to cosmology. It must submit to the scientific method, but that cannot be an excuse to dismiss non-scientific concepts. And a complete ISC would include all of the information in the world as its database.

As a result of investigating the possibility of constructing a valid ISC, then it seems one can conclude that the arts are the natural synthesis of physics and spirituality. There is something all-inclusive about artist's ability to express themselves; to imagine new and complicated subjects; to create new things; and to tap into those metaphysical aspects of our humanity that cannot be detected, even by the most advanced scientific instruments, and which theologians are always attempting to explain. The arts can thus be viewed as the key to understanding how we combine all of the seemingly contradictory information that will be considered in coming up with the complete ISC.

Ideally, therefore, given sufficient time, we can use ISC as a basis for devising a Theory of Existence (ToE), which would be designed to comprehensively describe reality both in scientifically sound and theologically relevant terms. The so-called "holy grail" of the physics community, the Grand Unified Field Theory, would be included in such a theory, as would all non-physics philosophies, religious/spiritual considerations, and so on.

Is not modern physics an investigation into the unseen aspects of nature?
Is not science-fiction simply a collection of modern myths?
Is not theology essentially a branch of metaphysics?

Many scientists are interested in uncovering the deep secrets of nature; the unseen aspects of our existence; the hidden explanations for how different natural processes work (even when they are beholding to corporate and/or government special-interests). How then can science continue to advance our understanding in the future if so many of the conceptualizations scientists rely on are inaccurate or incomplete?

Yes, science has given us many wonderful things, and has advanced our understanding of nature (besides also providing weapons, chemicals, and other harmful things). But there is also recognition that our explanations of natural processes are very limited. And such limitations are likely to dampen future rates of technological and cognitive advancement.

It seems that the next intellectual step-up in our evolutionary development will require a method of finding the most comprehensive view of reality; that is, the most accurate and complete understanding of our existence -- for, without that, we are but a many-minded collective; groping about in-search of meaning for our lives in an information maelstrom.

ISC promises to give us that method, which may lead, in turn, to valid ISC theories.

For instance, there is the prospect that physicists, by ISC, will be given the means to delve more deeply into the so-called "unseen" realms of existence (alternate-dimensional universes) previously considered "spirit" realms (and therefore called "mythological"), while theologians will be given a reputable theoretical means by which they may at last suggest real-world experiments designed to reveal the nature of spirit energies; even the very substance of spirit creatures (and of spirit entities considered all-powerful).

In these respects, it will likely be the endeavor of Tachyonics (study of tachyons) that make such efforts possible, and therefore allows us to create the ultimate ISC ToE.

One outstanding feature of Tachyonics is that it implies the existence of living things made of tachyons, including sentient life-forms. In fact, if we couple the suggestion that tachyons exist to the suggestion that our universe is only one among billions of alternate-dimensional universes, then we can conclude (by recalling the light-cone from Einstein's theory of Special Relativity) that there is one special alternate-dimensional universe that co-exists with the observable universe, and that alternate universe is tachyonic in nature. What is more, the tachyonic universe may be populated by aliens made-up of tachyonic analogs of the real and virtual particles already discovered by experimental physicists.

In other words, if there is a non-zero probability that alien life exists "out there" in the observable universe, then it is likely that alien life exists in at least some of the alternate-dimensional universes postulated to exist; including the tachyonic universe.

The entire collection of alternate-dimensional universes with which we humans may have any theoretical concern (tachyonic or not) is called the "multiverse". But who knows what exists in any of the included alternate-dimensional space-time realms?

Indeed, a primary implication here is that some of the alternate-dimensional aliens that reside in the multiverse may resemble those entities which ancient documents indicate people sometimes came into contact with, in events such as encounters, sightings, and so on, and whom they label as the various "gods", "angels", "demons", and other allegedly supernatural forms of life that science still largely regards as mythical (nonexistent).

Note, therefore, that Tachyonics creates common-ground between physics and theology, since it can be used to describe alternate-dimensional "realms" of space-time imagined by anyone, from the science-fiction writer to the scholarly theologian. And these imaginary realms are allowed to contain any number of alternate-dimensional entities, or forces, or energies, or whatever else we can conceptualize for them.

Tachyonics, as a founding endeavor of ISC, can also provide extrapolation for curious experimenters to use in describing and understanding the unseen aspects of existence that are called "supernatural", but which can now, thereby, be investigating empirically, and for which they previously had no formal scientific terminology.

To be sure, scientists of the future, performing experiments with tachyons, will have need of just such a mathematically rigorous but theoretically flexible representations scheme.

Thus, presently, in realizing that ISC may become useful for explaining detectable and undetectable aspects of reality, for describing and quantifying all of the actual-imaginary variables we will be using in the future, in addition to all of the symbolically-imaginary variables we are already familiar with, scientists have an intellectual footing upon which they may design real instrumentation and test equipment that allows them soon to detect tachyons and/or tachyonic energies -- which will surely lead to means of manipulating tachyons, and thus to practical applications of tachyonic energies.

Make no mistake, Tachyonics offers to us the prospect of incredible technological advancements -- among them: instantaneous interstellar communications systems, the breaking of the lightspeed barrier to spaceflight, and machines that can tap into unlimited sources of energy. And it will certainly be ISC that enables us to comprehend the applied science and engineering required of all such efforts in the future.

Indeed, ISC portends to reveal to us the very physics of the gods.
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