Synchronicity is the unifying metaphysical assumption of the Living Universe that unites the principles of the Circlon Shape and Absolute Motion. It assumes that the dynamics of mass, space, time and gravity have been perfectly synchronous with one another throughout time. It is only a through a slight irregularity in this synchronicity that the universe has able to evolve in the way it has.
The assumption of Synchronicity is essentially the opposite of the Heisenberg uncertainty principle, that states a particle has no intrinsic exact position or momentum until one of these attributes is measured. Synchronicity assumes that the position and momentum of any particle are perfectly exact values at any moment in time. Even though a particle’s momentum is a perfect vector and its position is a perfect shape, the Indeterminacy principle prevents the simultaneous measurements of these parameters. This result stems only from the nature and limitation of measuring devices (primarily photons) used to determine these parameters and not from any underlying intrinsic uncertainty.
Synchronicity of Mass
Synchronicity of mass refers to the fact that all electrons or all protons have exactly the same mass when measured in the laboratory. This is true even though their mass can be increased by many times when they are accelerated in a particle accelerator. Once they are brought back to the laboratory frame, their mass is the same as it was, to begin with. If all electrons, as well as all matter, did not share the same position of absolute rest then it would not be possible for all electrons to have identical masses when measured in the same reference frame. This change in a moving electron’s kinetic mass is only detectable between reference frames and cannot be measured within a single inertial reference frame.
Here on earth, an electron weighs 9.11 x10-31 kg. If we take our laboratory to say one-half the speed of light we will find that electrons still appear to weigh exactly 9.11 x10-31 kg. Even though we know that their mass should be 15% more due to the extra kinetic mass of their ½ C velocity, their mass appears to remain constant. This mass increase cannot be measured in the laboratory because relative to the 15% slowing of the laboratory clocks and the 15% greater mass of the entire lab and of the kilogram itself, the increased mass of the electron measures to be exactly the same mass that it had at rest. When we measure the speeding electron in a rest frame, we find that its momentum is 15% greater than it should be for an electron moving a ½ C. This difference is the kinetic mass that can only be measured between different inertial reference frames.
Synchronicity of Space
The synchronicity of space refers to the fact that all bodies in the universe share the same inertial reference frame and therefore the same position of absolute rest.
At this position of rest, all bodies are at minimum mass and all clocks run at their maximum rate. The sum of a body’s rest mass and kinetic mass is a perfect tally of all the changes in motion (accelerations and decelerations) that have ever occurred to it. A body’s mass changes each time it changes motion. Synchronicity keeps the body’s mass exactly the same whenever it is decelerated back to absolute rest.
This inertial space reference frame is also the photon rest frame, through which all photons move at exactly C. When any body is accelerated in any direction away from this position of rest, its mass will increase to greater and greater values as its velocity approaches the speed of light. If a body that was moving at near the speed of light with many times its original mass was then decelerated back to either its position of rest or to any other inertial reference frame its mass will be exactly the same as any identical body sharing that same reference frame. In other words, no matter how fast or how many times the mass of a proton’s mass changes relative to its position of rest, its mass will always be identical to all other protons sharing the same inertial reference frame.
Synchronicity of Time
The synchronicity of time refers to the fact that both inertial time and gravitational time flow at synchronous and complimentary rates throughout the universe. Inertial time is the intervals recorded by atomic and mechanical clocks and is based on the conservation of angular momentum. Gravitational time is the intervals recorded by pendulum and other gravity clocks and is based on the gravitational motion of expanding matter. The rate of an inertial clock is slowed down when it is accelerated to a high velocity in a rocket ship. When it is decelerated back to rest, it will have less elapsed time than an at rest clock but both clocks will now be running at the same rate. A gravity pendulum clock will run faster when it is accelerated to a high velocity but will slow down again when brought back to rest.
The actual rate of time itself is not changed by these changes in motion. It is changes in a clock’s mass caused by the Lorentz transformation that causes a clock’s measured intervals to vary due to motion. When the mass of a clock changes, its rate must also change to conserve its internal quantity of angular momentum.
Metaphysical time is the idea used to quantify both inertial motion and gravitational motion. Time itself is a non-physical entity that can’t be changed by motion. It is the motion-induced changes in its mass that causes a clock’s intervals to change.
Synchronicity of Gravity
The synchronicity of gravity refers to the fact that all particles throughout the universe expand gravitationally at exactly the same rate. Gravity is the simple local event of the constant mechanical expansion in size of all electrons, protons, and photons. There is no connection between particles and each expands according to its own internal gravity clock. The non-local aspect of gravitational expansion is the near-perfect synchronicity of expansion common to all matter. Gravity is a local event that occurs to all bodies of matter simultaneously.
The synchronicity of gravity means that at this moment in time an atom of gold here on earth is exactly the same size as an atom of gold in the Andromeda galaxy even though both of these atoms have been expanding gravitationally for billions of years, in different parts of the universe and at rates controlled only by their individual internal gravitational time clocks. While these two atoms may have experienced different rates of inertial time due to the Lorentz Transformation of their different velocities they experience exactly the same rate of gravitational expansion.
This is possible because all of the atoms and photons in the Living Universe were once combined in the same initial matter-antimatter pair. All of the matter spread out into the far reaches of space has an ultimate kinship with all other matters. It is this genetic connection of all matter that is the cause of gravitational synchronicity. All electrons and protons are the same because they were once part of the same particle-antiparticle pair. All matter maintains the same exact rate of expansion regardless of its individual velocity or any other local conditions. Inertial time is local and varies with every moving clock. Gravitation time is non-local and is constant for all particles everywhere.
The only flaw in this perfect gravitational synchronicity is that negatively charged matter (electrons) expands gravitationally slightly faster than positively charged matter (protons). It is this very slow process that drives the evolution of the Living Universe by changing the properties of the atoms over cosmological time. This rate of change is measured through the Hubble constant, which is a direct effect of the changing mass ratio between the proton and electron. The Hubble constant is a not a measure of distance or of expansion between galaxies. The Hubble constant is a measure of the slightly different rates of gravitational expansion between electrons and protons.