One World Per Observer Paradigm in an Observer-Centric World and the Enigma of Enlightenment

James Kowall


The essential conceptual mistake that leads to an incorrect view of the world is the commonly made assumption that there are multiple observers in the world. The correct assumption from which all valid scientific concepts naturally develop is the one-world-per-observer paradigm and an observer-centric view of the world that follows from this concept. The most fundamental of all scientific concepts is the holographic principle, which tells us the observer is only observing the forms of information that are encoded on and projected from a bounding surface of space that acts as a holographic screen. The bounding surface of space is inherently an observation-limiting but observer-dependent event horizon that only arises in the observer’s accelerated frame of reference, like a cosmic horizon that arises with the accelerated expansion of space that expands relative to the observer’s central point of view due to the expression of dark energy.

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ISSN: 2153-831X