Right Honourable Justin Trudeau
House of Commons
Ottawa ON K1A 0A6
Mr Christopher Bek
602, 1133 Eighth Avenue SW
Calgary Canada T2P 1J7
1 February 2016
Dear Prime Minister Trudeau,
Subject—The Method of Argument
Quotation—We must follow the argument wherever it leads.
Introduction. I am writing to you today to ask that you make it government policy for the government (eg. educators, doctors and politicians) to answer arguments. Included in this correspondence are two examples of arguments that I have been trying to get the government to answer for the past fifteen years—the theory of one and behaviorism vs existentialism .
The Theory of One. I sent you a copy of my newly-published The Theory of One book a month ago. The theory of one (2001) solves the greatest scientific problem of all time by uniting relativity theory (1905) with quantum theory (1925). It proves that the universe is bounded, that there is only one photon (ie. a being of light), that one photon is God, and that reality is an illusion. Physicists are ignoring the theory because it effectively pulls-their-pants-down. My theory is dead simple and can be explained in just a few minutes.
Behaviorism vs Existentialism. I believe that we use the behavioral psychological model exclusively in Canada. Behaviorism only asks that we behave normally. It is the sickness that pervades our society. Existentialism is the cure. It asks that each of us take total freedom and total responsibility for the world. Existentialism gives people purpose in their lives. Doctors, like physicists, are guilty of the agency problem, which is that they have chosen their own wellbeing over the health of the nation. I believe that doctors are making people sick with behaviorism and are in turn making a killing off this inflicted illness.
Real Change. You talk about real change in Canada, but I would argue that real change will not occur until we go to the root of the problem—which is that the government does not answer arguments. You can take a step in the right direction by responding to this letter. If you like you could write a review of my The Theory of One book. I am willing to come to Ottawa and meet with you to discuss these monolithic arguments further.