But can this be true? Can a particle/field view of the universe answer all the questions? I don't think so. It seems to me that particles are an EFFECT of vibratory/oscillatory motions. Fields are also expressions of vibratory and oscillatory actions and reactions. This then would indicate particles and fields are EFFECTS of some other CAUSE and that cause would be periodic motion in its varied forms. This brings us back to my original premise from some twenty-four years ago that vibration is at the root of all physical manifestation and if we were to come to some deeper understanding of how the universe works we would need to study and understand the nature of vibration inside and out. Which of course is the very core and heart of SVP. SVP deals with CAUSE because cause is the fulcrum upon which great work can be done by applying principles and laws - the levers of physical science. The dogma and erudition of EFFECTS have no place in real science.
Thursday, April 24, 2008
Recently I've been reading on or about Einstein, Bearden, Feynman and all those crusty physicists. It is all very thought provoking. It seems to me, and I could be all wrong about this, as it looks like conventional science considers the physics of the universe to be about particles and fields only. I mean that is what I get out of all the theoretical stuff.