the prime radiant
- Q: is there a way for the layman to understand ...
- B: ... the 'lay-man' ? ;)
- Q: well.. the human...
- B: oh, alright, the hu-man, yes ...
- Q: there's been a lot from the scientific arena about the subatomic particles called 'neutrinos'. And, these beautiful little elements that are poring into our planet and through us, if ther's a way that you could help us better understand what these particles are actually, um... contributing?
- B: Alright, thank you; They are one level that is closer to understanding how every particle in your physical uinverse is the same particle. Let us explain; from our perspective, we have a view that we have, in your language, labeled "the prime radiant", that goes something like this:
- Now, we understand that when we use the term "particle", we know that this is a euphemism; even your own scientists understand that when they describe particles, subatomic particles, etc., they're not necessarily really talking about little 'grains' of 'solid substance', but they're talking about light, energy, and they're talking about relationships, and so forth. But, we will use the term 'particle' for convenience in this illustration, alright?
- And so - the neutrino is much closer than a lot of other subatomic particles to the following principle - as well as is the idea of 'quarks', also very close to the following principle, to which your scientists are also getting very close - and that is this: Imagine, if you will (and all of you can do this), vast, vast emptiness. Black, empty, void. Nothing in it, again, just for the purposes of illustration. Now imagine, if you will, one single little particle, in the midst of all that vastness, infinite vastness, there is only this one, little, particle, floating in it. So picture that.
- Now; Imagine, as many of your scientists use this terminology, that this particle is, for all intents and purposes, 'massless'; in other words, it is not affected by any force; it can go anywhere, do anything it wants; it's not affected by intertia, not by gravity; there is no gravity, there is no inertia, there's nothing but this particle, so it is affected by nothing. Therefore, it can really travel at infinite speed. It is massless, so it is not 'violating' any 'laws of phyisics' by going as fast as it wants to go. It can travel at infinite speed. Infinite speed! Now then, picture that if this particle is truly traveling at infinite speed - that means it can be anywhere and everywhere within the infinite void at the same time. So what might appear to be billions and billions and billions of particles is actually only one particle zipping around so fast that it appears next to itself over and over and over and over and over and over again, making it appear as if there's more than one particle. That's the way it is.
- So, if you under that there is only one "prime radiant particle", and that it is simply following what might be considered to be a geometric path through this infinite void (for lack of a better term, for this illustrative purpose), then you can understand that all of the particles, all of the atoms that make up your body, all of the atoms that make up the earth, all of the atoms that make up the stars, all of the atoms that make up every galaxy within the entirety of your physical universe, are all made from the same one particle. not the same type of particle, the same literal one particle - in the ultimate time sharing program ;) doing infinite 'double-duty' as everything there is to be.
- So, understand the implications here; if it is all the same one particle - if the one particle that makes up what appears to be all the atoms of your body is the same particle that makes up the most distant galaxy that you can perceive or imagine - then, any time you make any kind of a change at all, you affect everything in creation. You alter the path of the particle by going from here to here with your little finger; you're actually impacting the farthest galaxy because you're changing the path of the same particle that makes up everything. That's how powerful you are! Does that give you a clue how to use the idea of neutrinos?
- Q: yes :)
- B: thank you :)
- Of course, I understand that what you are doing is applauding for the universe :) - *laughter* - for its beautiful simplistic design. It is infinitely complex, but it is not complicated. It is absolutely perfectly simple, because there is only here, and there is only now, and therefore, there can only be one thing that occupies that here and now, so that one thing has to be every thing there is to be. Simple as that :)
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