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Prior to , Gevin Giorbran authored three books in which he described in detail how our universe eventually ends, as space expands perfectly flat and time reaches absolute zero. In , when astrophysicists discovered the expansion of the universe is in fact accelerating towards perfectly flat space, Gevin started work on the book you see before you now.
Prior to his death he asked that I, Rob Bryanton, take over the sale and promotion of his work. The ideas in this E-book took Gevin through almost ten years of research, writing and polishing, and a lifetime dedicated to the pursuit of this knowledge, to arrive at what you see before you. This pdf file has no copy protection on it because my main interest is in getting these important and groundbreaking ideas out into the world.
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Foreword If someone picks up this book and reads only this one page I want them to be left knowing what is to come in the future. In astrophysicists discovered that the expansion of our universe is accelerating.
We all know the universe is accelerating away from the dense and hot conditions of the big bang, but what are we now accelerating towards?
Recently physicists are beginning to state openly that time ends in the future with our universe evolving into empty space. Of course empty space is the ultimate zero, the bottom end to all physics.
If our universe reaches zero all space will be stretched perfectly flat and no matter will remain. A single unified space will then extend infinitely in all directions.
So is this final space the ultimate nothingness? Actually many physicists and mathematicians think of zero as the most ordered state of all possibilities.
Zero is balance. Zero is perfect symmetry. But what is this ultimate zero doing in our future? The answer is that zero is timelessness. Absolute zero is the timeless quantum superposition of all the universes that exist.
Zero is the great sum of all. An ultimate zero has always existed, and will always exist. Zero is the native state of existence, or what the physicist David Bohm, Einsteins favorite student, called Implicate order. It sounds odd at first but we are inside zero. Today in science the second law of thermodynamics suggests our single universe is becoming increasingly disordered with time. Many scientists claim our universe is winding down and dying of disorder. It is certainly true that entropy, the measure of spent energy, is always increasing.
However, half of the second law is wrong. Our universe is not becoming increasingly disordered with time. Quite the contrary, we are headed for zero, and zero is a powerful kind of order. The timeless zero in our future is the internal complexity of everything and the outer simplicity of nothing at the same time.
There cannot be the simplicity of the single whole without all the inner complexity of universes that enfold into and create zero. What zero is not, is nonexistence. As Parmenides said, nonexistence cannot be. There is no state more extreme, either less than or more than the perfect zero.
Zero is the default setting of reality. The big mystery of why is there something rather than nothing? All possible moments of time and all possible universes physically exist simultaneously, because all are merely fragments of a physically real zero.
In the same way all colors exist in white light, or just as all positive and negative numbers sum to zero, all the moments of time sum up to construct a greater balanced whole we call zero.
Zero is like a whole pie that can be sliced up infinitely many ways, but always remains a single whole. It is a difficult mental switch to adjust to, but everything we know is less than zero, not simply more than nothing. And so our beautiful universe is not dying. The very surprising purely scientific truth, as explained in this book, is that our universe is in the process of merging with the timeless sum of all, with the infinite whole, with everything forever.
Nothing will ever happen in the future; it will happen in the Now. Woody Allen. Introduction There is a wide assortment of excellent books out there if one is interested in the science of quantum mechanics or superstrings theory. What the shelves are missing are books on the science of timelessness, true even though the three most remarkable physicists of the last century, Albert Einstein, Richard Feynman, and Stephen Hawking, each concluded from their own individual accomplishments in science that the actual Universe exists apart from our sense of time.
Each scientist developed their own unique way of understanding timelessness. The renowned Stephen Hawking, who holds Newtons chair at Cambridge has been the most adamant and regularly refers to another mode of time in which the Universe has no beginning or end. None of these scientists have said that time is purely an illusion. It appears more accurate to say that in the same way the permanent pages of a book tell a changing story, the past, present, and future moments of our lives all exist simultaneously in another kind of time.
Today, Hawking and others call this other realm imaginary time, even though this other form of time should probably be considered more solidly existent and more tangibly real than our own time. What all scientists agree on is that we have begun to enter the golden age of astronomy and cosmology. Quite suddenly we have reached a period when the most important questions physicists have asked over the past one hundred years are finally being answered by hi-tech probes and the Hubble space telescope, as they extract the needed information from distant galaxies and as they map the echo left over from the big bang.
Already this golden age has produced startling revelations about our existence. The geometry of the overall cosmos shows no indication of being curved into a figure eight or any kind of closed circular volume that would allow the cosmos to be spatially limited.
And so, it appears the stars and the galaxies, the physical cosmos we live in, extends outward in every direction infinitely without end. Many scientific minded philosophers have in the past imagined the greater Universe might be timeless and infinite, as far back as Parmenides and as recent as Giordano Bruno, and many today in and out of science are convinced that quantum theory indicates an infinity of parallel worlds within the inner space of particles and energy.
But this probe has in fact transported us into a very different age of learning, both for science and all of humanity. In scientifically concluding the cosmos is infinite we are no longer discussing various scenarios of how the cosmos might be, we are finally discussing and exploring one scenario of how the cosmos actually is. Consequently we are now being led toward a much deeper and very profound understanding of the cosmic big picture.
However, there is one recognizable stumbling block the second law. The sixties was distinctly a time when people began to question and challenge established ways of seeing the world.
Many recognize that movement was greatly influenced by two scientific theories that had finally gained wide acceptance, the big bang model and Darwins theory of evolution. Both theories provided insight into how our world changes over time, and both greatly influenced the youth of that period, myself included. However, informative as both theories were, unfortunately there was no lasting change, as there was no pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
The theory of evolution and the big bang both expose details about the past, but neither revealed what the universe is evolving towards. Consequently the knowledge bestowed from these new comprehensions, although wonderfully educational, fell short of exposing any sense of deeper meaning or purpose to the evolution of the cosmos.
The reason both theories failed to provide any type of enlightenment as to what the universe and life are about, can be summed up in five words: the second law of thermodynamics.
The most psychologically disturbing law found in science is without question the second law which claims that everything in the universe evolves from an ordered state to a more disordered state as time evolves. The second law has been written about extensively, it is one of the two most basic laws of nature, but the underlying conclusion which everyone must draw is always the same.
In moving toward disorder the universe is winding down, it is dying. So the grand lesson of science has become that the long-term evolution of the cosmos has no ultimate purpose or goal. Our beautiful universe is dying. This conclusion is forced upon every person who learns the second law, and in fact the second law hangs over science and humanity like a black cloud.
It is easy to imagine how much more interested people would be in science today had we instead discovered that our universe is evolving into something meaningful, and not simply dying of disorder.
Imagine instead that scientists had discovered some deep purpose to time. Imagine scientists had found the order of the universe is ever increasing, moving us steadily toward some incomprehensible perfection. We all occasionally stop and contemplate the world, and how we scientifically view the universes future effects us on many levels. Knowing the universe has a future goal, knowing time has an innate purpose, would at least subtly influence each one of us, and eventually it would undoubtedly change humanity.
Could the second law be wrong? Actually, today the second law stands as one of the most fiercely defended laws in science. It describes the most basic way that the cosmos changes with time. Most believe it will never be overturned. Only there is one thing to consider. Something totally unexpected happened recently in science, and it is something that promises to dramatically change how we view the distant future. In the summer of , NASA officials and a team of scientists in a television broadcast announced one of the most startling discoveries ever made, a discovery comparable even to when Edwin Hubble first.
NASA scientists using the Hubble space telescope had carefully verified the discovery originally made in and were ready to officially announce the findings.
Everything Forever : Learning to See Timelessness
Creation of the Multiverse. Discovering the difference explains why the Universe is Ordered and not Chaotic. Discover how our Inevitable Future is Shaping the Present. Seeking gold and jewels, the bandits use the portals to invade other times which on the map are different regions of a larger timeless Universe.
Everything Forever: Learning to See Timelessness
This book describes the timelessness of the universe. As Einstein once said, "this distinction of past, present, and future is only an illusion. A good read for the curious mind. Their website has some good material as well. In astrophysicists discovered that the expansion of our universe is accelerating. Seeking gold and jewels, the bandits use the portals to invade other times which on the map are different regions of a larger timeless Universe.