Electrons Are Matter-Making Matter.
I have not answered your letter, because I did not want to bother you with our attempts to sort out our positions, Roland Tremblay and me. We exchanged many arguments along Expansion Theory.
One point, which I wanted you to read is about electrons being one step further from our atomic realm than atoms, which in their turn are creations of a realm behind them. So the description of electrons is even to a higher degree strange to our physics.
Atoms in their turn depend on the préexisting electrons like we do on atoms. No wonder they have properties which seem uncomprehensible in our observable universe, properties that excede our range of perception and logic. Could it be, that size, distance and before-after-relationships of whatsoever do not mean anything in a true understanding of electrons? In our perspective, electrons are speeding through undescribable vast spaces, forming an ocean of electromagnetic phenomena like crisscrossing ripples on a pond, forming atoms and parts of them as well as galaxies and clusters of them. They expand through space and time untouchable, unaltered, undestroyable, uncompressible, for uncountable "lightyears", truely unimaginable. They spread from a lightsource endlessly through space, forming an ever growing bubble. Such properties, which we can barely understand, are not sufficient to describe the essence of electrons. They are in such an awsome way préexisting even to atoms, that any kind of model becomes inapropriate by force. I dare an assumption: for an electron the whole universe is at plain view, it is its body. Time and space are a kind of crossover-side effect, not part of an electrons definition. Atoms from the electrons perspective are just statistics like fractals on the output sheet of a calcularor.
All I know about electrons, I know thanks to you, Mark. They make partial orbits around big expanding bodies. We understand, that half of an electron's diameter is one millionth every first second, when bouncing within an atom. As the only constituent of the atom and because it shows lensing, momentum etc, you call the electron matter. But it is not quite matter, it is matter-making matter. Am I touching a theoretical detail: the two step strangeness of electrons gives space for imagination. The art of forming clusters is something very essential in the electron's world. Such clusters must be beautiful rounded ornaments like those structures people can build with magnetized metal balls. Endlessly many such regular figures are possible with only one kind of ball. Such ornamental clusters might show the possibilities electrons have when forming regular clusters as in light or when forming subatomic particles. Would such a property of the matter-making matter explain anything new? I understand with great satisfaction, how the space within the atom is strange to us creatures formed by those ball shaped preexisting forms, but in what manner are the prerequisites of atoms strange and undeductale to the atom itself? I am sorry for the introspective language here, its serves to sort out the two step objecive. Are electrons matter, very speedy matter? It is may be nothing but an immature question in my head: matter is what appears when the slowly expanding atomic surfaces become statistics and thus create the atomic realm. Could it be that people reject emotionally that you include those untouchable things like light into the definition of matter? Even Roland Tremblay who has followed you all the way, deviates in his view on electrons. He ends up in struggling with strangely vibrating undetectable New Age electrons.
As you say, it is the birthright of mankind to have access to the true understanding of the world we live in. This aspect of your theory has revitalized my sense of justice. Since the Declaration of Human Rights in 1789 the struggle goes on, that we live in an understandable world and thus have potentially access to the truth. Human right fighters are trying to install a supplement to the human rights declaration. They are more on a political crusade, they fight for truth in case of totalitarian injustice. They shoud fight for the more general birthright, but maybe their more pressing topic can help the general case.
In my case, dear Mark, you have reached the goal, the legacy of enligtenment has reached a new starting point. If I have to die, it will not be so hard, I'll be glad to have encountered the solution, the Final Theory, in German "Welttheorie", before it was too late. I'll be 80 in January, which gives a certain perspective on the theme. It is not too late to say thank you to you, your book has given my life a twist, that lets me enjoy the physical world in a much deeper sense than I could have expected before. Thank you Mark.
yours sincerely Fred
Expanding Matter as Popular Belief
By Fred Weidmann
The “Theory of Expanding Matter” must become public thought. In the long run this is unavoidable, because expanding matter is what this universe is made of. Once this discovery has been made, there is no way back, it will make its way into our everyday thinking, or else we exclude ourselves of the one and only chance to demystify the wonders of this world.
Anyway, it does not hurt to rethink a few things: How did I feel, wandering among magnets, light bulbs, bouncing balls and solid objects, not understanding what so ever? Since I have adopted the idea of expanding matter, I started healing in the field of intellectual self-esteem. I was trapped in a surrealist play where the actors were not physical characters, but strange subjects from some meta-language. Invented “energies” acted upon invented theoretical entities, leading to weird observations, held possible by circular argument and various other argumentative tricks. Now after meeting Mark McCutcheon’s theory of expanding matter, I can finally hop off the rat wheel. I imagine matter not sitting there passively being tossed around by some immaterial energies, but expanding in order to exist. I try to see things with eyes expanding in synchronicity with everything else in my universe.
In this thought experiment you my reader are expanding too. In order not to experience active matter mushrooming over you, you have to be made of the same expanding matter as mother earth herself. You will feel her pressure from underneath, not a pull, as you had thought before, your weight. She is your space elevator taking up speed. She is catching up with your landing gear after you have jumped. You are not falling, you just experience weightless floating in space until the solid surface of our planet has caught up with you. And that is not all, as you expand and push in all directions too. If you want to understand this interaction physically, you will have no choice, there is only McCutcheon’s beautiful Expansion Theory that can give you the comprehensive answer.
Our brain squeezes - it seems - our perceptions to fit our beliefs. Many of our so called facts originate in a misinterpretation of what we observe. This is surprising, because our senses and organs must make no mistakes in dealing with the physical reality, or else we would not survive. Why there is no culture that has made this discovery? Why has there never been a shaman who checked how “falling” things were floating stressless? The misunderstanding is fundamental, of the kind that we see the sun moving across the sky, when in fact it is we turning around the sun. Like this relativistic twist has become a symbol of enlightened thinking in the past, I hope, the inevitable basic fact of expanding electrons and matter makes its way into the hearts and thinking of the scientific community and of every reasonable human. The benefits are surprising. I am proud to live in the time when Mark McCutcheon with his “The Final Theory” overthrew the many flawed inherited attempts to explain our world.
Munich, Germany, August 3, 2016
Dear Mr. McCutcheon,
I am with your Final Theory since 2011. Lately, I looked up your name at your publisher's site and found your work overgrown with standard theoretical books. I wonder what happened to your thought line. Instead of a world that feels ashamed for not having discovered the nature of their improper thinking, I find people who have inherited their ideas defending them. I am a social scientist (Dr. rer.pol.), who turned into an artist after years of research on human misunderstanding. As a painter one gets used to being misunderstood, I think. But since I try to convince people that there is an alternative to the standard view of physics, which comes without mistakes nor lies, there is no one left, who tries to understand. Artists are weird people with freaky ideas.
Before I present my question, I have to tell you, that I feel very privileged to live in the times when The Final Theory was discovered. I am amazed where it was hiding, the new Paradigma. And I am enthousiastic about your theory and its implications. Not to forget to tell you how I enjoy your writing.
My first question is of course general, where do I find what has happened within your theory since 2010, there must be people flying high on your wings. Secondly, my concern in human understanding is linked to your theory of light and color, offering premisses to an implicite theory of perception and communication. If our senses are devices for catching material light-clusters instead of wave recognition, then we are connected to the physical reality more directly than anybody assumes in social sciences. Misunderstanding and lies would appear as superfluous games on top of a very reliable physical truth on which we survive. Is there anybody working along this line?
Thank you in advance, I hope this letter finds you in good health and circumstances.
I am so glad, to read that I don't have to worry about your reception of opposing thoughts.
Because of the extended break in our correspondence I reread thoroughly your "New Age Physics" and I feel, I should be less discouraging in my attitude. Looks like I am extremely materialistic compared to your tolerance towards esoteric topics. I am reluctant to follow you there, as there is enough mind-matter to consider by simply trying to come up to Mark McCutcheon's -MM's- physics.
Our basic difference is that I am totally satisfied with MM's theory and that I am convinced that where he ends his argument the object of any inquiry ends there too. In other words, if the argument ends at the level of all equally expanding electrons, it means, the de facto physical world ends there too. There is simply nothing left to excavate beyound that point. I found my peace with this ending and I adore the simplicity and elegance of MM's conclusions.
This leaves a vast field of topics unrelated and even useless in our quest for the final truth. But how could I mind if somebody has questions there. Why is that so, since when is it so, who gave the rules, is there a universal metronome, are we living in a world where only electrons are left like in a pool where only sharks are left, because they ate all the fish? May be we can apply a kind of Darwinistic evolution model to physics where the most aggressive type of electron is the winner in a cruel process that eliminates everything slower or smaller than them until this final state is reached, where nothing can exist but this expanding electron. Nothing parallel nothing inferior left, just one explainable universe!
There is also a premis that I share with MM, I guess: It makes no sense to give rules to the world that gives us the rules. This puts the lid on the pot of my thinking. MM took so much pain to explain how the inner space of atoms is different from ours and he makes shure we understand that we depend on deductive guesswork when we talk about the realm that creates ours. The rules are strict, no measurement possible by our logic, not by lack of tools. Speculating about the essence of electrons is even more daring, after all we dare to apply our logic to the constituents of what constitutes our atoms. We go one step further back from the measurable into the makers of the kitchen that cooks us.
If Expansion Theory is the proper description of all physical reality, then I can imagine something unspoken so far within the atom. If there is a nucleus in the atom, we have a few thousand electrons pushing against each other with the explosive power of their expansion creating a nuclear cluster of thousands of growing electron diameters in its radius. Whatever clusters there are within an atom, they must add up to thousands of light speeds at their outer edge. Imagine a lonely electron flying by at its relatively slow speed of light, it can only bounce off, being kicked off by the much faster clusters endlessly. By our logic it can never go on a complete orbit because the difference of expansion speeds is in the thousands. Does this describe what MM means? If so, and if you can agree, how can you imagine spaces like a solar system within an atom? I am aware of my reasoning with features common to our atomic realm, which might not apply to the electrons' realm, being too crude a model, but it makes a decent ending in harmony with MM's theory. Does it? And would this mean, the universe is not shy to produce speeds that are many thousand times light speed if it is confined within the atom? And as electrons do not know where they are, within or outside of atoms, they do behave always the same: they expand and they cluster if conditions force them. This leads me to believe that we observe and measure the speed of light and other electromagnetic phenomena yet another crossover effect, not of atoms but of their constituents. A twostep crossover event that looks like ripples on a pond!
As I am on a quest for explaining the ways of perception and image making of the living, I have written more about the illusions that appear when dealing with the physical world. Too much text here. After all I want to answer your letter and what you call New Age facts. Congratulations to you and your friend Mark for making the step into hypnotherapy out of office work. I imagine that by the time you have treated 50 people you have a solid clientele to start your own business. I have never experienced being hypnotized, I mind giving my life and my senses into the hands of anybody - my post war hang up. But I have read and experienced a lot which goes that way mainly through psychedelic adventures. I was 30 in 1968 with tight connections to Harvard University when the LSD hype was at its highest. No doubt, it is absolutely rewarding to have access to the possibilities of the mind, especially if you want to make your own competent contributions in that scene. And I enjoy your effort of giving New Age a new expansionist language. The problem with that scene is, that you can not argue with people who believe in things they have seen or preconceived so strongly, but which are clealy untenable full of multiple biasses. They will continue with their astrological blabla and their magic energies even after having understood that their beliefs are untenable. The same shock that we experience with the reception of Expansion Theory I get when I come on New Age territory.
An episode from Switzerland: It is relatively easy to convince somebody that we are not attracted by gravity, but pushed from underneath when we feel our weight. This is a partial success of reasonable thinking. But if the same person gets a sneeze, he does not cure it with what you expect of such a thinker, he takes a mirror and a sacred candle and fights the maledictions that must have caused his sneeze. And in his eyes it works, the proove is, the sneeze is gone after having deflected ten evel neighbors who bewitched him by jalousy. On the surface these Swiss aborigines are modern organic food eaters, but in their heart they are closer to stone age than we think and it harms society. The same I can say about the Balinese demons, they harm the people absolutely unnecessarily.
I am still under shock of what you write about the fate of MM's book and theory, it's a tragedy and a chance for us. I am preparing a new homepage with many texts in our field of interest, hoping to have some impact that way.
Best regards Fred
Dear Roland, I wrote this discussion a week ago, but because of problems on the income-side, I have not sent you so far. It emphasizes a point which MM does not stress much in his book. But for me, thinking of a way to describe the ways of human communication and understanding, it means a lot. Also I try to convince you that it is risky to attach anything to the Final Theory and its assumptions. After all you try to argue that it misses essential points connected to non-material realities similar to “energies”. You believe in God, that makes all the difference. I have met thinkers who tried to harmonize that legacy with science, but I always felt, it was their weakest point. Could you argue me into that belief? It would make me(us) much less marginal in a world that moves towards the evangelicals.
Best wishes Fred
2017-06-17 Letter to Roland Tremblay
When I tried to fall asleep last night, I thought about electrons being even much stranger than the inner characteristics of the atoms, which in their turn depend on the préexisting electrons like we do on atoms. No wonder they might have properties which don't make sense in our observable universe, properties that can easily look paradoxical from our range of perception and logic. I propose the thought, that space, distance and before-after-relationships of whatsoever do not mean anything for electrons. In our perspective, electrons are speeding through undescribable vast spaces, forming an ocean of electromagnetic phenomena, forming atoms and parts of them as well as galaxies and clusters of them. They pace through space untouchable, unaltered, undestroyable, intact for uncountable lightyears. They spread from a light source endlessly through time being an ever growing bubble. Such strange properties, which we can hardly understand, are by far not sufficient to describe the essence of electrons. They are in such an awesome way préexisting that any kind of model becomes inapropriate by force. I dare an animistic deduction: for an electron the whole universe is at plain view, it is its body. Time and space are a kind of crossover-side effect, not part of an electrons world.
All that can be, it is in the properties of the electron. Why invent neutrinos, if the definition of the electron can carry everything even spiritual aspects of us humans. To be closer to the Final Theory, couldn't you pack the Final element, the definition of the electron, with all your New Age-spiritual needs? Can electrons really vibrate, if vibration is the side effect of machinegun-like surface contact of freely expanding electrons? Vibration is wavelike and needs a carrying medium, electrons don't know any medium.
We know more about electrons, we know that they make partial orbits around big expanding bodies, so MM calls them matter. We know - thanks to MM - that for any atom half of an electron's diameter is one millionth a second. Again as the only constituent of the atom, MM calls the electron matter. It is not matter, it is making matter. I dare say. There could hide an interesting finesse, which would allow us to talk about non-material properties of electrons. The art of forming clusters is something very essential in the electrons. Such clusters must be beautiful rounded ornaments like those structures people can build with magnetized metal balls. Endlessly many such regular figures are possible with only one kind of ball, showing the possibilities of clusters for electrons.