Physics & Cosmic Order I: A New Prospectus, an Ancient Theme

Robert W. Campbell


A review of historical theories about the nature of phenomenal experience reveals a pattern that shifted, in the west, toward an externalized causal view in linear time, with Aristotle’s rejection of Plato’s Theory of Forms. This introduced a bottom up approach that focused on particulars distinct from the predominately top down approach of Plato and the pre-Socratic philosophers that regarded universals as primary. When modern science began it was suited to Aristotle’s view of local causal influences in an assumed context of space and time. In the twentieth century quantum and relativity theories have developed as often contradictory solutions to universals that keep intruding into the landscape. A new methodology that bridges universal and particulars complements traditional approaches to science and offers a coherent assimilation of the empirical evidence. The result is a synchronous quantum relativity integrating universal and particular elements of phenomena at all levels of experience from the atom to the cosmos—a new view of the cosmic order. In the process a new class of quantum forces becomes apparent that integrates history by maintaining a preponderance of synchronicity in the primary projection of matter on a cosmic scale. This timeless universe addresses many questions associated with the quantum of action, light transmission, relative motion, missing mass, gravitation, electromagnetism, red shift, background radiation, quasars, and other phenomena. This universal methodology for the sciences is the picture on the cover of box that can guide the assimilation of the jigsaw pieces of empirical evidence into a coherent living whole.

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