Pulsoid Theory

. . . a Paradigm Shift!

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An important Note
        from the Author

Have you ever looked around at the wonders of Nature . . . the environment in which life exists, and wondered, "Why?"

Why does an apple fall to the ground?; or, Why do the Sun and Moon "hang above" the Earth . . . unsupported?

What is Light?; Why is Light either a particle or a wave?; What is Light's internal geometry?; Why is Light's speed mistakenly theorized as being constant?

What is the speed of gravity's ludicrous "attraction-at-a-distance"?; Why are there no "gravity waves"?; Why is Cosmic and sub-atomic entanglement observed?; and, Why is there non-local phenomena?

What is fundamental, intrinsic time?

How are atoms formed?; What holds the tremendous energy within the atom?; and, How does this energy get into the atom?

Why do the galaxies recede from each other at an accelerating speed . . . when the "Bang" only banged once?

Where does the Universe begin and end?; What is its locus?

How does physical phenomena evolve to Life? What is Life?  Can it be CASA?  And, most importantly, can Science rationalize: Where we came from?; Where we are going?; and, How we should behave between the "coming" and "going"?

It was to answer these questions that an alternative understanding of Reality was required to rationalized that which is now ill-provided by the Standard Models of theoretical physics, and academic philosophy and theology.

Pulsoid Theory and the philosophy of Conceptualism began, in the spring of 1955, with a spontaneous "gedanken" after years of reading, studing, and rationalizing the "classics" and studying the then known enigmas and dichotomies of Science, Theology, and Philosophy.

The concept was immediately labeled the Unified Concept, which began with a single percept that evolved to all of Reality; the percept was symbolized as complex, oscillating "string-like" phenomena that under certain conditions resonated.

The Unified concept evolved to the philosophy of Conceptualism and Philogic that are based upon evidence provided by the science, logic, and mathematics of Pulsoid Theory.

Pulsoid Theory rationalizes the universe as an unending, cyclic phenomenon with Life evolving over a period of time that is exponential when compared to the ludicrous period of approximately 13 billion years provided by current theory for the age of the Universe.

The Unified Concept needed a connection to observation which was provided by Philip Morrison, who subsequently became astrophysics professor emeritus at MIT, who was at Cornell University in 1955.

When queried in 1955, Morrison, without hesitation, pulled a book from a shelf in his office that was written by Ludwig Prandtl, published in 1952; he opened it to page 344 where a paper, published in 1871, by C. A. Bjerknes, described the origination of a theory of hydrodynamical forces at a distance that was concerned with "pulsators" and "oscillators" that represented dipoles that behaved like elementary magnets.

Morrison recognized the Unified Concept as a unified field theory paradigm that would have to be analyzed by others; and thus, sent the author to Albert Einstein who died while the author was en route.

The word "paradigm" was new and exotic to the author at that time; so, it was decided to present Einstein with the concept as a "Paradigm Shift."  The intent was to provide Einstein with the basic concept and hope that he would develop it as an aspect of his theories, which were, then and now, not all too clear to the author.  Einstein well understood that his relativity theories had severe limitations; as did quantum mechanics theories.

Pulsoid Theory, herein, is presented in the vernacular, where an attempt is made to explain it such that the information is accessible to anyone that has some  curiosity and an open mind.  High school, beginning algebra and geometry are helpful, but not required.

For many readers, it may be best to peruse the comments quickly before analyzing them in too much depth.  Most salient, for an overall understanding of Pulsoid Theory, are the definitions of Infinity and the Elliptical Constant.

Infinity is unequivocally defined; as also is the Elliptical Constant, which constant must rank as one of the most important fundamental "discoveries" in the history of mathematics.

It is the Elliptical Constant that disproves Gdel's Incompleteness Theorem.  And, it is the Elliptical Constant that, heuristically, defines the "unit" of fundamental, intrinsic time that creates the harmony and resonance that manifests as the quanta and "particles" that evolve to all that exists.
Concerning the concepts of Pulsoid Theory, those persons that expend a little effort will find many pages of completely original thoughts that, at first, may seem counter-intuitive at best.  However, in time, it is hoped that, for the reader, conventional, theoretical, academic Science, Theology, and Philosophy will be more closely questioned; and, it will be realized that current, conventional theory and hypotheses are irreconcilable with IPSO, which is an acronym for Individualism/Intelligence, Philosophical logic, Scientific method, and Observation.

The intent of Conceptualism, Philogic, and Pulsoid Theory is to reduce, for each individual, the amount of faith that a rationalization of Reality has previously required.

Many concepts of Pulsoid Theory may contradict what most readers have been taught.  Where there are lapses in logic or confusing explanations, please ask questions; either online to the author or discuss the concepts among a small group of friends.

For over 50 years of provocation, world-class academics have not challenged the logic and simplicity that is fundamental to Pulsoid Theory, Conceptualism, and Philogic.  Such challenges have always been welcome as there is unending detail, refinement, and "tweaking" that must continue as our worldly wisdom strives to maximize the survival of an inhabitable environment and "happiness."


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