Subject—Notes from the Underground

President Ed McCauley
University of Calgary
2500 University Drive NW
Calgary AB T2N 1N4

Mr Christopher Bek
602, 1133 Eighth Avenue SW
Calgary AB Canada T2P 1J7
Christopher.Bek@gmail.com
The Theory of One
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PhilosophyMagazine.com
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1 April 2019

Dear Ed McCauley,
Subject—Notes from the Underground
Quotation—A theory of everything (ToE), final theory, ultimate theory, or master theory is a hypothetical single, all-encompassing, coherent theoretical framework of physics that fully explains and links together all physical aspects of the universe. Finding a ToE is one of the major unsolved problems in physics. Over the past few centuries, two theoretical frameworks have been developed that, as a whole, most closely resemble a ToE. These two theories upon which all modern physics rests are general relativity and quantum field theory. —Wikipedia

General relativity rests on relativity theory and quantum field theory rests on quantum theory. Light speed (the speed limit inside the universe) and Planck’s constant (a very small indivisible unit of energy) are the two major universal constants. Relativity theory is based on light speed and quantum theory is based on Planck’s constant. The theory of one (To1) unites relativity theory with quantum theory by recognizing that light speed and Planck’s constant are the same boundary of the spacetime continuum. In addition to proving the universe is bounded, it also proves there is only one photon (a being of light), that one photon is God (the Bible also says that God is light) and that reality is an illusion—meaning the Moon does not really exist. To1 = ToE. QED. What follows is the concluding paragraph from The Unified Field Theory essay I wrote in 2003 thus solving the problem Einstein spent the last thirty years of his life working on.

Opening with the Cartesian cogito—I think, therefore I exist—The Thirteenth Floor foreshadows its existential tone and sets the table for the questions that follow—What is the ultimate nature of reality? Who among us seeks to known ultimate truth? What would we do if we arrived at the end of the world? Alphonse Karr wrote that every man has three characters—that which he exhibits,that which he has and that which he thinks he has. Einstein once asked the question of whether the Moon really exists when no one is looking at it? I recently asked a University of Calgary physicist this seemingly monolithic question—to which he responded—A better question is—What are the chances that no one is looking at the Moon? Suffice to say that he, like most people, flees the scene of existence when the topic of conversation shifts to the ultimate nature of reality. As for me, all I want is the same thing the stunning Nicole Kidman wanted in the superb 1999 movie Eyes Wide Shut—A straight fucking answer.

I am challenging The University of Calgary to take moral positions on the following: universal boundedness, the illusion of reality and existentialism. As Captain Jean-Luc Picard said—A lie of omission is still a lie. As Plato said—They deem him their worst enemy who tell them the truth.

Sincerely,
Christopher Bek

Chaos theory is a branch of mathematics focusing on the behavior of dynamical systems that are highly sensitive to initial conditions. Chaos is an interdisciplinary theory stating that within the apparent randomness of chaotic complex systems, there are underlying patterns, constant feedback loops, repetition, self-similarity, fractals, self-organization, and reliance on programming at the initial point known as sensitive dependence on initial conditions. The butterfly effect describes how a small change in one state of a deterministic nonlinear system can result in large differences in a later state, e.g. a butterfly flapping its wings in Brazil can cause a hurricane in Texas. —Wikipedia

When any creativity becomes useful, it is sucked into the vortex of commercialism, and when a thing becomes commercial, it becomes the enemy of man. —Arthur Miller

All the choir of heaven and furniture of earth—in a word all those bodies which compose the mighty frame of the world—have not any substance without the mind. So long as they are not perceived by me, or do not exist in my mind or in the mind of any spirit, they have no existence whatsoever. —Bishop George Berkeley

Gradually philosophers and scientists have arrived at the startling conclusion that since every object is simply the sum of its qualities, and since qualities exist only in the mind, the whole objective universe of matter and energy, atoms and stars, does not exist except as a construction of the consciousness—an edifice of conventional symbols shaped by the senses of man. —Lincoln
Barnett

Quantum theory does not hold undisputed sway, but must share dominion with that other rebel sibling—relativity. And although these two bodies together have led to the most penetrating advances in the search for knowledge—they must remain enemies. Their fundamental disagreement will not be resolved until both are subdued by a still more powerful theory that will sweep away our present painfully won fancies concerning such things as space, time, matter, radiation and causality. The nature of this theory may only be surmised—but it will ultimately come down to the very same certainty as to whether our civilization as a whole survives—no moreno less. —Banesh Hoffmann

There are only two kinds of immoral conduct. The first is due to indifference, thoughtlessness and failure to reflect upon what is for the common good. The second is represented by the unpardonable sin that Christ spoke of—which is the deliberate refusal to follow the light when seen. —Robert Millikan

Put me on earth again and I would rather be a serf in the house of some landless man than the king of all these dead men that are done with life. —Homer

The universe seems to operate according to several sets of different rules that act in layers independently of one another. —John Boslough Right now it is a question whether scientific man is in touch with reality at all—or can ever hope to be. —Lincoln Barnett

Miracles happen, not in opposition to nature, but in opposition to what we know of nature. —Saint Augustine

Anyone who is not totally offended by quantum theory does not understand it. —Niels Bohr

Give me one fixedpoint and I will move the earth. —Archimedes

Great science transcends logic. —Banesh Hoffmann