1.8 The creation

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Summary:
What is the smallest, most basic thing you can imagine? No one knows, so let's just call it a "dot" – a single instance of "something". This is the beginning of our genesis. The universe starts with the existence of a consciousness and that this gets a tiny, mad idea of a "dot".

What is the next experience? The only logical thing is that consciousness experiences, imagines, creates ... another dot. That's all it knows.
1.8.0-1  We think that consciousness is completely new. It has not experienced anything yet. What is the first thing that comes up?

1.8.0-2  The first is nothing material. We have said that the only thing that exists is consciousness. We say that what we experience as matter is a perception in the consciousness. Matter, matter, your body, the world - nothing exists in itself. All this is thought and experienced in the consciousness. That is our theory.

1.8.0-3  The first must therefore be something in your consciousness. An idea, a thought, a perception, an experience. Based on this, can we show how an entire universe is created and works? Yes, we can. One single conception is enough to create the experience of everything that exists.

1.8.0-4  Keep your tongue straight in your mouth, because here comes a logical train of thought.

1.8.0-5  The least you can imagine is one copy of "something" - as opposed to "nothing". Out of nothing it splits ... "something". It must truly be called a miracle that something like this can happen. Miracles belong to the spiritual and religious domain, so we bend in the dust and do not try for any explanation - not yet. It happens. It's a very small thing, not a Big Bang with insane energy.

1.8.0-6  We just assume that the world starts with the experience of "something" in consciousness. This "start" is not the absolute start, but the start of conscious conception. There's something behind it. Something else. Consciousness, the ability to imagine and experience something, must also have an origin. A source. Where the consciousness came from and how it arose, we will consider towards the end of the book.

1.8.0-7  Should we call this very first "something" in the thought of consciousness a "dot"? A flash of light? This is thus the very first experience consciousness has. How does it behave? How does it feel?

1.8.0-8  The smallest and simplest thing we know about are the elementary particles. Could it have been the experience of a photon, a flash of light? We know that humans are likely to be able to experience a single photon.

1.8.0-9  Photons are just one of many different types of elementary particles. They are formed when electrons in an atom move to a new state that is closer to the atomic nucleus. That is, the electrons come before the photons.

1.8.0-10  And the electrons? They usually revolve around an atomic nucleus, but they can also float freely. Does the nucleus have to exist before electrons can exist? And this nucleus which consists of protons and neutrons ... they are made of quarks ... and all the other particles; bosons, fermions, leptons, peonies, gluons and gravitons ... how are we to understand them?

1.8.0-11  The particles are so many and so exotic that they are often referred to as a particle zoo. What do they have in common?

1.8.0-12  They do not exist. Not the way we usually think something exists. Instead, people talk in physics about the existence of a quantum force field, a kind of theoretical sea, a soup, a cloud of possibilities. This force field is something you have calculated, a model, an abstraction.

1.8.0-13  We observe that much in nature behaves like waves. What creates and controls these waves is the force field - energy. The energy that whips up the ocean and creates everything from ripples to swells, comes from weather and wind, from volcanic eruptions and boats that cross the surface. The same is true of the particles.

1.8.0-14  The energy in this most basic primordial force field that is everywhere and that the whole universe "floats on top", is just there. The field is even in a vacuum, where nothing else exists. It waves and changes in a jumble of patterns, for which we actually have mathematical formulas (eg the wave function). This is not so strange, because the force field is precisely these formulas.

1.8.0-15  In this force field, wave crests form, just like at sea. These peaks are what we call particles.

1.8.0-16  Remember, this is a picture, actual perception. We have figured it out. No one has ever seen these "quantum fluctuations" - the changes in the force field - but the model works. We can predict things and see that they are true. We can visualize the fluctuations on a computer.

1.8.0-17  Among other things, we have managed to measure the radiation in space that originates from The Big Bang, ie when the universe according to astrophysics was formed. In 2010, after seven years of collecting data from a space probe, they managed to create an impressive image that shows a pattern that covers the entire visible universe. The pattern is the same as we have calculated at the very least, that from which every smallest particle pops out. In that sense, we have actually seen it.

1.8.0-18  Scientific theory states that the field of quantum power was already there when the universe was created. It is a feat that science has come up with this. But we do not know what the force field really is, only that it is present everywhere - as a model.

1.8.0-19  How can we imagine that all this is connected when we have said that the world is only a perception in consciousness?

1.8.0-20  Then we must logically say that the notion of these things is the only thing that exists. Then there is no force field. No particles.

1.8.0-21  How did consciousness get the idea of these particles and the force field they arise from? Could the experience of a force field have come before the experience of the particles?

1.8.0-22  A force field is an extremely complex thing. It has been calculated that within a cube of 1 cubic centimeter, ie the size of a piece of sugar, 10120 "events" occur every second. This is an unbelievably high number, 10 with 120 zeros behind. By comparison, there are 1080 atoms in the entire universe. Your body has approx. 7 x 1027 atoms.

1.8.0-23  An event can be that a particle pops up, that a particle is destroyed, that the energy changes and so on.

1.8.0-24  A myriad of events may not have been the first thing consciousness experienced. The first must have been a single incident. Agree? It is again pure logic.

1.8.0-25  Did the universe start with consciousness experiencing the first of an unimaginable amount of events in what it would later understand as a force field? So the dot suddenly came out of the field?

1.8.0-26  Or did it start with the experience of a dot, a particle, and then the force field is something we have calculated, an image we use to explain where the particles come from, but which we do not really know exists?

1.8.0-27  Either way, it must have formed an experience of an undefined, first dot, let's stick to it. Whether this was the very first consciousness experienced, we do not know. It's not that important right now. The important thing for us is that the first "dot" arises as a conscious experience.

1.8.0-28  Hello, dot!

1.8.0-29  The world is still young, to say the least. Imagine that the dot is like an electron in the atoms of the air that surrounds you. You have no conscious relationship with electrons and atoms. But when there are a few million trillion of them, you experience wind in your hair.

1.8.0-30  It is thus a long way from the very first experiences of consciousness until you experience a world and yourself as part of it. We'll get there eventually.

1.8.0-31  Consciousness is like a newborn baby. In the first weeks and months, it is clear that the child is experiencing something, but it takes a long time before we see signs that he understands what he is experiencing. It takes even longer before the child realizes that it too "is something" and has an identity. It usually happens only at the age of two or three.

1.8.0-32  Consciousness has a will and ability to experience. Consciousness has a will to understand. Consciousness is life, it is creative. The word we humans like to use in everything that is created and shared and united and understood is "love".

1.8.0-33  Do not get hung up on the concepts of life and love. In a world where consciousness is the only thing that exists, they play a role. But they are not used in particle physics.

1.8.0-34  We mention this because "life" is something science does not fully understand. Love is also not a concept in physics, but energy is. Energy is creative in the sense that it is energy that drives everything in the entire universe.

1.8.0-35  The concepts of will, life, energy and love are expressions of something of the same; something creative. Awareness is creative. In this sense, consciousness and energy are connected, linguistically and in essence. We will note that later.

1.8.0-36  In brain research, it is thoroughly documented that the brain not only receives signals from the environment and transforms them into experiences in the consciousness. It is as much the brain and the consciousness that - before anything happens in the world - tries to predict what will happen.

1.8.0-37  Researchers know, for example, that the brain produces signals approx. half a second before we make a decision. We become aware of the choice approx. 0.2 seconds before the actual action is performed. We know that visual impressions take approx. 0.1 seconds before they reach the brain and can be treated. Yet we do not collide with other people in the morning rush hour. We predict what will happen. If we where not ahead in our minds, we would have to wait for the visual impression and then react. In the meantime, the body would have managed to create problems.

1.8.0-38  We also know that far too few signals are sent from the eye and into the brain in relation to the complexity of what we experience. The brain largely creates the visual experience alone.

1.8.0-39  There are lots of examples from all kinds of situations. There are many indications that we partly predict the world, partly act after receiving signals from the environment that confirm or deny what we believe.

1.8.0-40  Our consciousness forms an idea of the world before we receive information from outside - if there is anything "outside" at all. We create the world "top-down".

1.8.0-41  But, back to our creation story.

1.8.0-42  Consciousness simply IS. It has experienced a "dot" and is ready for new impressions. Consciousness is active, clear, awake, alive, wary, creative - just the way you are. It anticipates the impressions that come, creates them itself based on what is likely to come.

1.8.0-43  What is the next experience? The only logical thing is that consciousness experiences, imagines, creates ... another dot. That's all it knows.