Reality Roots

Conjugate Pair

Existence & Form
Time & Space
Frequency & Wavelength

Reality Roots
Shape of Nature
Nature's Symphony from the Vibrating Waves of TimeSpace
Dancing Entities to the Rhythm of Emergence
"Classical" Systems Waltzing on Space Waves Turbulent Jitterbug Particles in "Quantum" Time

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Non-Technical -- Simplified
TimeSpace Reality
The Universe of Things

* Realities are a collection of a multitude of Things each possessing identical
root properties regardless of the nature of the Reality.
* These properties are the conjugate pair of Existence & Form, the roots of all things. In the Universe Energy is psuedo Existence and Matter
provides the many Forms that inhabit the Universe.

The basic concept of Roots can readily be understood by any and all conscious human beings in the experience of vegetation --- the origin & source
from which things spring forth to blossom.

The Nature of each and every Entity, an Identity, is defined by its Essence.
Essences is the aggregation of an Entities roots, enhanced by its attributes.
Through the phenomena of emergence Things spring forth (CHANGE)
into different Things (Evolution) to manifest as Entities
in their fundamental Substance.

An Entity will manifest its properties either predominently as a:
Form Entity (Matter, a structure)------ Existenence Entity (Energy, a process)

Philosophical Scientific

Despite the large number of philosophical schools and subtle nuances between many, all philosophies concerning reality are said to fall into one of two primary categories, which are defined in contrast to each other as Idealism and Materialism.
The basic proposition of these two categories pertains to the nature of reality, and the primary distinction between them. In this way they answer two fundamental questions.
"What does reality consist of?"
How does it originate?"
To idealists, spirit or mind or the objects of mind (ideas) are primary, and matter secondary. To materialists, matter is primary, and mind or spirit or ideas are secondary, the product of matter acting upon matter.


Idealism is a concept held by a group of philosophies
which assert that reality, or reality as we can know it, is fundamentally mental, mentally or otherwise immaterial.
In a sociological sense, idealism emphasizes how human ideas—especially beliefs and values—shape society.
As an ontological doctrine, idealism goes further, asserting that all entities are composed of mind or spirit. Idealism thus rejects physicalist and dualist theories
that fail to ascribe priority to the mind.

The earliest arguments concernig the world of experience
came from India and Greece. The Hindu idealists in India and the Greek Neoplatonists promoted pantheistic arguments for an all-pervading consciousness as the ground or true nature of reality.
George Berkeley, who revived idealism in 18th-century Europe employed skeptical arguments against materialism.

19th-century Idealistic philosophy was dominated by such prominant philosophers as Immanuel Kant, Hegel, Fichte, Schelling and Schopenhauer. This tradition, which emphasized the mental or "ideal" character of all phenomena, founded idealistic and subjectivist schools ranging from British idealism to phenomenalism to exstentialism. This historical influence of this branch of idealism remained central, even to the schools that
rejected its metaphysical assumptions, such as
Marxism, pragmatism and positivism.


Materialism belongs to the class of monist ontologt.
As such, it is different from ontological theories
based on "dualism" or "plurism".
As a simple explanations of the phenomenal reality, materialism would be in contrast to idealism,
neutral monism and spirtualism.

The materialist view is perhaps best understood in its opposition to the doctrines of immaterial substance applied to the mind historically, famously by Rene Descartes. However, by itself materialism says nothing about how material substance should be
characterized. In practice, it is frequently assimilated to one variety of "physicalism" or another.

Materialism is often associated with "reductionism", according to level of description the objects or phenomena refer. Non-reductive materialism explicitly rejects this notion, however, declarling that the material constitution of all particulars to be consistent with the existence of real objects, properties, or phenomena. Some philosophers argue that according to empirical laws and explanations in "special sciences" like psychology or geology these levels are invisible from the perspective of basic physics. A lot of vigorous literature has grown up around the relation between these views.

Modern philosophical materialists extend the definition of other scientifically observable entities such as energy, forces and the curvature of space. However other philosophers suggest that the concept of "matter" is elusive and poorly defined.

During the 19th century, Karl Marx extended the
concept of materialism to elaborate a materialist conception of history centered on the roughly
empirical world of human activity..

Finite Structure

Infinite Structural Identity

The Universe is thus called a TimeSpace reality since its root property of Existence is
Time & its root property of Form is Space.
Neither Existence or Time nor Form or Space can be perceived (sensed) directly.They are known intuitively (experienced) in their effect.

But what do these words really mean?
What concepts do they convey?

1. EXISTENSE -- TIME: Neither term in its true meaning can be understood or known or experienced as a Thing (predominantly
of structure) for in fact both are the expressed actions of things, their process.
Existence is the expression of the process of a Thing, while Time is the expression of the duration of Existences's process. Thus a process is an act, dynamics, movement
and not grounded in a predominance
of "form" or structure in the human understanding in the meaning of a thing.

2. FORM -- SPACE: Neither term in its true meaning can be understood or known or experienced as a thing for in fact both are the expressed shape of things, their structure.
Form and Space conveys the structure or configuration and not grounded in a primary meaning as a thing.
Form & Space in fact limit Existence to determine a Thing"s Nature or Perfection.
The very act of limiting process brings
forth the emergence phenomena.
Things -- the structure of process.

What are:
Existence - Time
Form - Space
How do they relate to Things?

Simply, they are the roots, the properties from which all Things
of the Universe emerge.
Things come into reality as Substance. Substance is a generic term which substantiates the base of each unique Thing.

All Things in TimeSpace Reality (the Universe), posses a fundamental Substance, that is, Structured Energy, emerge into complex Things (the cosmos, buildings, vegitation, people).
Thus Energy th process of the Universe
comes about, manifests, through the phenomena of emergence,
from Time & Space.

The Universe is believed to have come
from a singularity, the unity of the
root conjugate pair -- Structure & Process
that acts in "Oneness",
The Universe's Identity.
Thus Identity can be understood as the
convergence of its roots (structure & process)
as "Identity"
Three (3) entities as Unity.

Space / Time are symmetrical, that is they are Pairs of balanced opposites
understood as: Space -- Structual Matter

Two (2) pairs of opposites
Space Space
Encircled by a single ElectroMagneticEnergy Field
"Three" functioning Entites -- Unity of Matter.
Together with Energy -- Pair of Opposites
Forms a Singularity of Infinite Structual Identity.
At the instance of the
Big Bang emerged a singularity consisting of:
"Five Entities"
manifested in what the Universe exhibits in Five Forces and
Animals exhibit in Five Senses, Five Fingers and Five Toes.

The TimeSpace conjugate symmetrical pair,
became a convergent Unity by Gravity.
Through Pair Energy process this Singularity
duplicated and replicated to form the vast expansion of Space
that has evolved over Time for some 14 plus billion years.

Are there multiple Realities?
If other Realties exist, (science has suggested multi-dimensional realities do exist),
then human beings of Time & Space Reality would be limited, if not to be completely unable to perceive these things even if they consist of some type of matter.
The Time & Space Universe of our Reality is a three (3) dimensional energy based reality in matter of carbon molecules and known through the senses.

Science makes the claim of multiple realities through mathematics and thus any knowledge of other realities are known through speculative knowledge.

The same can be said of Spiritual Reality, however, a Spiritual Reality can have no bases in mathematics since
, if it does exist, is immaterial and not quantified based. Spiritual Reality is thus a faith based reality and can only be accepted upon belief, the objective of religion.

The Universe is thus called a TimeSpace reality since its root property
of Existence is Time & its root property of Form is Space.

Neither Existence or Time nor Form or Space can be perceived (sensed) directly.
They are known intuitively (experienced) in their effect.

Distribution of Fundamental Substance of the Universe
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Pie chart
The Mystery of Dark Matter
Matter regardless if it is Dark or Ordinary is trapped Energy
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Majorana Fermions
Quantum computer experts say that Majorana fermions could be fundamental building blocks for a future quantum computer.

Dark Matter

A new study reveals clear evidence of dark matter (blue), separated from ordinary, luminous matter (red) by a merger of galactic subclusters. (Photo courtesy of Maruša Bradač.)

Evidence of dark matter (blue), separated from ordinary, luminous matter (red) by a merger of galactic sub clusters.

Dark matter is hypothesized to account for a large part
of the total mass in the Universe. Dark matter cannot
be seen directly with telescopes.
Dark Matter neither emits nor absorbs light or other electromagnetic radiation at any significant level.

Dark Matter

Instead, its existence and properties became apparent
from its gravitational effects on visible matter, upon radiation, and the large scale structures of the Universe.

Dark matter is estimated to constitute 84% of the matter in the universe and 23% of the mass-energy.

Astronomers use a technique called gravitational lensing's to witness the effects of Dark Matter on
the Ordinary Matter of Stars.

These image shows the distribution of dark matter, galaxies, and hot gas
in the core of the merging galaxy cluster
Dark Matter Dark Matter Dark Matter

Ordinary Matter



Planets of the Solar System


No one has to look very far to see Ordinary Matter. Humans are made of Ordinary Matter. Just look around you. Look into the sky -- at night. Everything you see, the moon, the stars, the distant galaxies, are Ordinary Matter. Your body, your shoes, are all made of what we call ordinary atomic matter.
Ordinary Matter is also scientifically known as baryonic matter.

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