Thursday, January 14, 2010

Math, God and Time Travel

1 and 0.

1 is Force.

0 is energy.

They exist as 11, which is when force is in abundance, and destroys.

When energy is added to force, when zeroes are added at the end of a 1, we all know what happens. And everything can be expressed in terms of 1 and 0 .

They exist as 00, when an abundance of energy creates.

And they exist in the quantum state of 10 or 01, which their simultaneous and balanced existence, also known as the state of preservation.

When there is a balance between the two, then it is said to be in a state of preservation. The three of them co-exist, as the Trinity in Hindu Philosophy, as the 3 physical dimensions, as the biological processes of birth, life and death, and in many other unseen, unheard or inexperienced ways.

Force needs energy. It is the concentrated form of energy. Energy is channel less without force. What will energy ride, in absence of force? But what does not ride, and cannot be rode, what needs no medium, no complementing entity, is Time.

Force is 2 dimensional. It is a vector. Energy is 1 dimensional. It is a scalar. Together, they are the third dimension. Time is like the blanket wrapped around the three dimensions. It is always there, containing it all. For can you ever tell when was there no time?

Force and Energy together create what we can see, touch and hear as the 3 dimensional structures we are and contained in , and the World around us is permeated by what we cannot see, hear or touch, by what we only have a limited sense of, Time.

That’s God. And it manifests itself in so myriad ways, and that it would be foolish attempting to quantify it. And it is expressed in so many different languages, by so many different religions and is so many different shades and hues. What else can it be but God? And an Avatar of God seems to be the incarnation of a balanced form of Force and Energy. I do not know whether the physical manifestation of an Avatar can be substantiated or not, but the concept exists.

Suddenly time travel makes sense. Say, there is a very small, but very discrete unit of time. Something a lot smaller than a second, say t. Then at the end of some duration of t, something which is sort of like a snapshot of our 3 dimensional World is being saved. So, we have a super map, which contains every moment. We need to figure out how to map our sense of space and time, say 15th August, 1947 A.D. at the Red Fort, New Delhi, to find out the right co-ordinates from that super map, so that we can reach there. And this is for going back into the past. The future would be a lot more difficult, because we need to figure out the how, as well as the where, which region of the super map. Now, what all the Sci-Fi books and movies have been trying to show makes sense. :) Warp time.

Reflect on the Genius of Einstein. He gave us the equation of energy. E equals mc squared. That IS mind blowing. And theoretical explanations of time travel are supported by his theories.

What inspired what I wrote above? Flat Land. Read about it and check it on you tube. It blew me away, because may be, deep down, I am in love with Mathematics, but I just cannot express it the way Mathematicians do. And I apologize if I wasted your precious time.

10 comments:

Crafty said...

For someone who is allergic to math, u had me spell bound and hanging on to every word u wrote out here. esp the para that begins as "That's God."

am checking out Flatland.

and Kislay, am glad you do not express it as the mathematicians do, or that apology you made at the end wud have been valid for me :P

lovely write-up, am sharing it surely!!

if this is waste of time, i look forward to wasting more time, i rather seem to enjoy it!!! :P

hugsssss! hope u've been well! :D

Crafty said...

whoa! almost forgot!

I AM FIRST!!!!

Kislay said...

Wow ! At least some one liked it . :) I have been well . Let's see when the does the second one arrive . :D

ramblingsbybones said...

way too complicated for me - I hate using my grey cells...

Crafty said...

AL-Kisladin! Have read this again today... something about how u wrote it! :D

also shared it with a colleague... we've been looking up you tube... i saw one where they explained Flatland with help of a "superhero" kinda guy who is in 3rd dimension, speaking to a female in the world of Flatland... where he eventually takes her out into the 3-d world...
she asks, "what will i become when i get into the world with 3 dimensions?" and he says, "you'll have to do it to know!"

it ended with a line that said, "its strange that what we fear most is what thrills us most"

:D :D :D

Al-Kisladin!!!! thank you for this post i say! gonna try and get my hands on the book now! :D
hugsssssss!

Kislay said...

@Crafty Ben :) Hugs to you as well . I am glad you could connect with it so much . If I may , may I know what interested you the most ?

Crafty said...

There's nothing that i did not find interesting....

when the title read Math... i was like .... "SOMEBODY HALP!"

but when i read it...geee..it actually made sense...

i especially like how the lead-up of math, with dimensions, goes on to explain the entity called God, and its so simply put.

that's why i liked that para that starts with "That's God." how simple, yet profound!!

and time travel and dimensions have always held my fancy, tho i rarely find it explained in such simple manner! :D

hugssssssss

Kislay said...

Whoa ! Thanks a lot Crafty . :) I am glad . :)

The Quirky Indian said...

Hmmmm.....I guess I'll have to check out Flatland now.....

I think I'm out of my depth in such gehrayee!

Cheers,

Quirky Indian

Indyeah said...

No you didn't waste anyone's precious time certainly not mine...

I am a dud at mathematics and yet I read this with wide eyed interest though to be honest the only coherent sentence I can write here is that I am blown away by your passion for the subject:) and yes going to check out Flatland now:)