. . . an Introduction to Reality         

Physicists are amiss in standing mute with their myriad physical theories, none of which much concern the origin, constitution, and destination of life.  Life, and consciousness, are as much physical phenomena as any other subject that is addressed by the theories of academic physics.

Without addressing the physics of life . . . and consciousness . . . the theories of physics are incomprehensive, sterile, and rife for the worldwide proliferation of theological and philosophical mythology.  Life, and its evolved consciousness, are manifestations of a phenomenon known as: casa.  casa is an acronym for complex, analog self-adjustment, which describes the causal, and related, creation of all the varied forms of life; sentient-being consciousness is the most complex manifestation of casa.  Without a clear understanding that life and consciousness are subject to the same physical laws as gravity and light, a person of science is easy prey for mythology and superstition . . . much as is any devout acolyte.

A strong statement by the scientific community that the fundamental paradigms of physics are theory and incomprehensive is not enough; the term "theory" when so applied has evolved, in the public's mind, to connote almost an accepted certainty.  The fact that the currently accepted foundation of academic physics is based upon metaphysics, and that it scrupulously avoids the issues of life and consciousness, is seldom, even privately, acknowledged, or so considered, by physicists; who, for the most part, otherwise, abhor that which can not be proven.  Physicists do adequately address the "how of Nature; but, they fall far short concerning an understanding of the "why" of Nature.  It is because of the misunderstanding of the "why" of Nature and the physicists' silence concerning life and consciousness that accounts for much of the self-imposed suffering of the human race. 

Physicists tend to present their theories (the Atomic theory, Special and General Relativity theories, Quantum theory, the Big Bang theory, Black Hole theory, Inflation theory, Quantum Chromodynamics theory, et cetera) as fact.  Or, possibly, even more recklessly, most scientists stand aside without argument and allow others in the general media to present the fundamental and ancillary theories of physics as fact; often, without any known mention that they are only unproven theories that are internally inconsistent and fraught with irreconcilable difficulties and omissions.

Currently, no two fundamental theories of physics are completely reconcilable with one another.  As with religions that, impossibly, claim that each is infallible, most likely . . . none are correct.

The obfuscation of the "why" of Reality's perceptions by physicists has encouraged, for all persons, including physicists themselves, much misunderstanding and subsequent, direct and consequential, suffering.  Myth and superstition, to any degree, are deleterious.

The inability of most elite physicists to communicate fundamental theory beyond their mathematically-oriented, arcane discipline, as reflected by their current paradigms, as anything other than an impression of their certainty concerning their general understanding of Reality is egregious and arrogant.  And, also, this lack of critical communication is quite, directly, responsible for much of said human suffering . . . pain, both mental and physical.

False prophets, that underlie most that is evil, proliferate when aggressive exposure of myth and superstition is silent.

There must be an emphasis upon removing all excessive metaphysics from the paradigms of physics; a strong beginning would be to clearly establish that
which is currently metaphysical and illusionary: such as, the currently accepted concepts concerning linear space-time and the fundamental forces.  This would create an environment more conducive to alternative theories and reasoning, which could be less demanding of enervating faith and more easily understood by the masses; and, it would assist with the acceptance of life and consciousness theories into the collegial domain of academic physics.

Proselytizing for their narrow,
of necessity, transcendental cause is more deceptive as practiced by physicists than is even that of the theologians and philosophers.  Theologians, as represented by the practicing clergy, may be more actively involved and disingenuous; but, others are able to judge more easily their deception than that of the theoretical physicists.

Recently, philosophers have had little influence upon the thoughts and behavior of the general public because they cannot even agree among themselves as to the meanings and interrelationships of their many contentious disciplines; and, also, for the most part, philosophers have recently abdicated the study of physical
Reality to the scientists, and metaphysics to the theologians; consequently, there is very little of substance that remains for the discipline of philosophy.  Science, theology, and philosophy are diverging, increasingly, from their early historical unity.

Theologians are generally quite honest concerning their lack of "scientific proof"; and, they are quite up front about their religious arguments requiring both: a large amount of faith; and, an acceptance that religious proofs cannot be directly known.

Almost the exact opposite of the theologians' stance is t
o be found concerning the arguments of physicists and, to a lesser extent, the arguments of philosophers; yet, the analogy, that fundamental physics' practitioners and their paradigms are analogous to that of religions' high priests and Scripture . . . is quite apt.  Both are near the apex of elitism; and, neither have any rigorous proofs as to their most fundamental concepts and beliefs.

There is absolutely no agreement between world-class physicists as to the nature of any fundamental truth that underlies any of their primary concepts of space, time, and force; concepts that are, for the most part, only illusions predicated upon the human condition.  In fact, there is little speculation, at all, concerning the natural origins of said fundamental concepts; or, as to the direct connection of physics theory to life and consciousness.

Not only are all the current, fundamental paradigms of physics quite in error but, also, in error is the uniform system of numbers which underlies most of the mathematics upon which the foundation and proofs of physics are established.  The Hindu-Arabic numbering system is both uniform and linear; the only other such concept in nature that is uniform and linear is Newton's description of inertia . . . both are without proof . . . both are seriously flawed.

There are no perfectly straight lines nor perfectly circular circles in Nature.  Such straight lines and circles are only generated at
both limits of the distance between an ellipse's foci; and precise, or absolute, limits are only at Infinity, which is beyond Reality.  Nature's  fundamental curves are and sinusoidal, which generate prime numbers and helical ellipses.  Prime numbers are Nature's numbering units, which accounts for Nature's exponential-like powers of scale from the subatomic to the cosmic.  Sinusoidal and elliptic curves are, respectively, the geometric curves of light and gravity; thus, prime numbers unite the formulas of light and gravity . . . the quest of Einstein.

Nature's numbering system is cyclical, thus, based upon four classes of numbers; rather than, equal units of odd and even integers.  Nature's numbering system is referred to as Conceptual Arithmetic, a part of Unimetry.

All the current, fundamental paradigms of physics contain internal inconsistencies; and, none are reconcilable with one another.

To reconcile and remove the inconsistencies of current, fundamental theory, and to address the issues of infinite speed and time, as well as, life and consciousness, an entirely new perception of Reality is required; this new perception, or "new physics," is best illustrated by Conceptual Relativity, which is considered a Paradigm Shift !

And, this Paradigm Shift ! is applied to more than scientific theory; and, as thus, it is referred to as:
Conceptualism . . . an all encompassing philosophy concerning an understanding of Reality . . . and Infinity.

Conceptualism is a discipline that emphasizes scientific method, enlightenment, and Intelligent Inquiry; and, more specifically, it concerns O
neness and the Unified Concept; its purpose is to liberate the impressed minds of persons exposed to myth and superstition in the sciences; and, thereby, establish an Intelligent Inquiry which will be conducive to minimizing an over reliance upon blind faith; and, thereby, not only unify the fundamental theories of physics; but, also, unify the disciplines of Science, Theology, and Philosophy.

- Brunardot
March 24, 1999

An important scientific innovation rarely makes its way by gradually winning over and converting its opponents: it rarely happens that Saul becomes Paul. What does happen is that its opponents gradually die out and that the growing generation is familiarized with the idea from the beginning.

-Max Planck [1858-1947]
The Philosophy of Physics, 1936


There is one Universe.

It is perpetual, in equilibrium;

and, a manifestation of the
Unified Concept; thus;

. . . the Fundamental Postulate.


are a single discipline, Philogic,
which proclaims perpetuity

and the nexus of Life; such is

. . . Conceptualism.

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