The Final Sentence
Protons and electrons exist in the universe and they are exactly what we measure them to be.
Actually, I have spent a lot of time working on this sentence over the last twenty years or so and have finally reached the point where I don’t think I can improve upon it. I first began working on it when I read about Richard Feynman’s unfinished goal of condensing the final theory of physics down into a single sentence. The idea for this sentence also comes from John Wheeler’s quote:
To my mind there must be, at the bottom of it all, not an equation, but an utterly simple idea. And to me that idea, when we finally discover it, will be so compelling, so inevitable, that we will say to one another, “Oh, how beautiful. How could it have been otherwise?”
— John Archibald Wheeler
I have not seen any of Feynman’s sentences or Wheeler’s simple ideas but to be comparable with my sentence they would have to read something like this:
Hundreds of different kinds of particles can exist now and then in the universe. Each of these particles has uncertain metaphysical characteristics that cannot be verified by experimental measurements.
My Sentence started out containing several metaphysical assumptions that I tried to weave together into a coherent unit. My first few versions of the Sentence were long and complicated but I still wasn’t able to get everything fitted in. I finally realized that less was more. By eliminating the ideas of space and time I could arrive at a final Sentence that was not a metaphysical assumption and did not allow for the addition of any metaphysical assumptions.
The Sentence assumes that all physical measurements are either direct or indirect measurements of electrons and protons. The other two stable particles, photons and neutrinos, are constructed from protons and electrons. There are no other measurements possible.
Circlon Synchronicity is not really a theory. It is a description of reality based on the principles of experimental measurement rather than on metaphysical assumptions.
All of Circlon Synchronicity can be derived from the Sentence without the addition of any other assumptions.
Gravitational Expansion flows naturally from the Sentence. The whole process of gravity is easily derived from the upward acceleration that we measure. It is pointless to apply attributes like attraction to gravity that are impossible to measure.
Once many measurements are examined, the circlon comes out of the Sentence as the natural physical structure of the proton and electron.
The Sentence allows for the evolution of the Living Universe without a metaphysical beginning.
The Sentence does not assume the physical existence of the human idea of space except as a mathematical tool to define the motion of protons and electrons. Space is the negative reality of an infinite void and has no physical attributes. The idea of space exists simply because we are unable to imagine what could replace it. Even if Einstein’s curving space-time actually existed, it would have to exist within and “curve” relative to the infinite void of space.
The Sentence assumes the act of being in the present but does not assume the existence of “time itself”. Time is nothing more than a conceptual tool used as a component in the measurement process.
The Sentence makes physical measurement the primary component of any theory, whereas the standard model theories all extoll metaphysical assumptions that can’t be measured. General relativity begins with the Equivalence Principle that says that the force of gravity cannot be measured. Special Relativity begins with the constant light speed postulate that basically says that absolute motion cannot be measured. Quantum mechanics begins with the Uncertainty Principle that says that mass, space, time and energy have uncertain values that can’t be measured.
A Solution to Olber’s Paradox
A far more elegant solution to both Olbers’s paradox and the Hubble red shift is obtained when we consider the observed gradual change in the mass ratio between.