The Physical Universe


"Einstein showed that matter and energy are equivalent,

and the quantum theory demonstrated that both

matter and energy share in a dual particle/wave nature."


Light is a byproduct of an energy source that has been agitated (or charged) and produces a luminosity that travels omnidirectionally. 

The old question was; is light a wave or a particle?

We now know that it is both[2]. 


To visualize light it is best to think of light travelling like a shotgun blast[3]. 


Light is actually a discharge of ‘light quanta’ that blast out of the energy source.

Because there is a continuous stream of quanta from the source, they appear as a continuous stream of light

Everything appears seamless and continuous because the speed at which quanta travel is many times faster than the refresh rate of your eyes. 

So if light is energy, and energy produces light, then we see that light = energy.  There is no light without the presence of energy (particles) and all particles produce light (even if it might be so dim that the eye can not detect it, there’s a machine that can, i.e. dark matter, dark energy, black holes, etc.). 

Our eyes are tuned into a narrow band of the electromagnetic spectrum.  We can only see a tiny fraction of all of the light on the spectrum.  The only thing that distinguishes the different parts of the spectrum (radiowaves, microwaves,etc.) is the wave length (More energy = more frequency).  The energy is different, but otherwise, they're the same. 

Gamma rays are so powerful they can break molecular bonds (fission)


Energy, technically speaking, is the only thing in the universe[4]. 

"If you wish to understand the secrets of the Universe, think of energy, frequency, and vibration." 

Nikola Tesla

And since energy is either in particle or wave form (particles are physically manifested energy in the form of atoms), and waves are possibilities (of energy) that exist[5] in the ‘void’, then energy is the expressed physicality of the universe and all material expression reveals itself in the form of vibrating energy.

The 3 Laws of Thermodynamics[6]

·  There is a fixed amount of energy in the universe.  Energy cannot be created nor destroyed.  It can only be transferred from one system to another (E = mc²).

·   Energy (heat) cannot be transferred from a body at a lower temperature to a body with a higher temperature without the addition of energy.  Entropy is the loss of energy.

·   If all of the energy in the universe was dispersed evenly, then a uniform temperature would exist everywhere[7], which is called 0° Kelvin (-273.15° Celsius[8]). 

·         Just for inclusion’s sake, a fourth law was created which is referred to as the zeroth law[9]:  If two thermodynamic systems are each in thermal equilibrium with a third, then they are in thermal equilibrium with each other.”


A golfball size of Uranium 'weighs' about 1 pound/ .5Kg and has about the same amount of energy as 1,000,000 gallons of gasoline. 

Mass and weight are not the same thing.  The mass of an object is a measurement of how much matter it contains.  Mass through science has become quantifiable by different ways of measurement[10], but for our understanding we just need to know that:  Mass is a property of a physical object - that quantifies the amount of matter and energy it is equivalent to.

The difference between mass and weight

Let’s say you were in a spacesuit floating around in outer space and you put a scale underneath yourself.  The scale would read zero because you are weightless in zero gravity.

Now, imagine you are in space and there are three balls weighing:

1) much less than

2) the same as, and

3) much more than you in space. 

If you tried to throw the small one it would fly away from you and you would be pushed back just a little[11].  If you pushed the one that weighed the same as you away, you would both fly away from each other in opposite directions.  When pushing the ball that is heavier than you away, you would fly back with much more momentum than the ball would because of the inertia[12] of the ball.

It is currently thought - that the Higgs Boson (God particle) is what gives everything mass. 

What are we really made of?

Dig deep and you'll find tiny particles held together by invisible forces in a sea of empty space.  Dig even further and we discover that everything is made up of tiny packets of energy born in cosmic furnaces.  It's energy that cools down, gets dragged through a mysterious formed named the Higgs, and clumps together forming all of the things we call matter.  It has an "evil- twin" called anti-matter


All matter is considered to be built out of a complex intersection of waved motions, and the path of an individual particle is the result of the wave processes of the whole.”

                                                                                                -- F. David Peat

Every ‘thing’ in the universe is matter.  When an atom has a field of consciousness upon it - it is a particle (matter), when there is no field of consciousness upon an atom, it's a wave (existing in the void.)

In a nuclear explosion, particles of matter are ripped apart releasing energy.   During the big bang - the exact opposite happened.  An enormous amount of energy turned to matter. 

The electromagnetic vibrations of our consciousness
interact with the energetic potential that exists everywhere
as the life force
to ‘collapse’ the waves and create matter.

Why matter ‘has’ mass is a mystery and is currently hoped to be answered by the Large Haldron Collider (CERN) in Switzerland.

(PRWEB) August 5, 2006 -- The usual three states of matter that we all know are Solid, Liquid and Gas. Modern science has discovered three other states which are plasma, beam and BEC (Bose-Einstein Condensate). Plasma and beam are the fourth and fifth state of matter. The BEC is the zero state of matter.


Every object in the universe with mass attracts every other object with mass.  The amount of attraction depends on the amount of mass and how far apart they are. 

The moon revolves around the earth, the earth revolves around the sun[13], and the sun is just one star in a galaxy that is rotating in a swirling galaxy within millions of other swirling galaxies.  You can’t jump away from the earth no matter how hard you try because the mass of the earth is so much greater than your mass that it pulls you in.  If you were on the moon though you could jump 6 times higher, because the gravitational pull of the moon is 1/6th that of earth; or simply, the moon has less mass than the earth.  If you were on Jupiter you would barely be able to stand up. 

For a 185-pound man on earth their weight on other planets would be:  
























More mass = more gravity

Less mass = less gravity


Radius (km)

Mass (kg (1022))

g (m/s2)[14]













































The average travel time for light to get to the earth from the sun is: 8.3 minutes.  

Acceleration of gravity on earth


Because of gravity, the universe acts very much like a trampoline.  For instance, the mass of the earth causes a depression in the fabric of space, similar to a trampoline’s, which not even light can escape from. 

In actuality, the moon is travelling in a straight line, but the earth’s gravity counteracts the moon’s velocity giving it Centripetal force, which balances it between falling toward earth, or ‘falling’ into space. 

If you tossed a marble across a trampoline it would go in what looks like[15] a straight line, but if you had a bowling ball in the middle causing a depression in the fabric, then the marble would follow an elliptical course codependent on the impression of the ball. 

In actuality the mass of the bowling ball has changed the geometry of the trampoline's surface such that the marble is actually following a straight line. 

In a game of tennis for instance, the ball would be acted upon not only by the moon, but when taking causality to its extreme, even the nearby buildings and players themselves will cause warps in space-time. 

 For Newton gravity was action at a distance created by mass objects, but for Einstein gravity was discovered to be a curving of space-time that is brought about by matter and energy. 

  Summary – Physical Universe

The more light something has the more energy it has.

The more energy it has the more mass it has. 

The more mass it has the more gravity it has.

- and vice-versa.

L = E = M = G

  What also becomes apparent with time and sensitivity is that the more energy a person has, the lighter they personally feel and the more strength they personally have.  This energy produces a personal lightness, which correlates to personal health as well as speed and agility.

Light turns out to be a funny word.  The correlation between light – illumine, and light (opposite of heavy), makes you wonder if language scholars from years ago understood the similarities and thus called them the same thing based on their properties.  

In E=mc², c refers to the speed of the illuminating kind of light , but coincidently enough, the more energy you have … the lighter you feel.  Since Energy = mass, then the more energy someone has the more mass[16] they will have, but … the lighter they will ‘feel’.[17]

When a person is feeling either healthy, joyous, or energetic they feel ‘light’, move light, and are light.  When they feel sick, woeful, or unenergetic they feel ‘heavy’, move heavy, and are heavy. 

So, the more energy something has, the light(er) it (as in its self) will feel.  

This is how the universe will end: not with a bang but a rip

Secondly  (X?)  


POI – Gravity is not really a force.   It’s a Fabric.  It’s a shape of space and time.  And we just move along the curves of the shapes. 2:15

[1] The speed of light in a vacuum is 186,282.397mps or 299,792.458km/s and travels at 1,079,252,849km/h)

[2] Not either/or, either and or. 

[3] The picture below is from Microsoft Paint™ using the spray paint can.  Each unit represents 1 click of the mouse plus one for each spot.  What we see is that it takes 20 sprays to fully cover the spot on the paper.  This is exactly how light works.

[4] Although you could also say energy AND information.

[5] In large numbers in the realm of possibilities

[6] The branch of physics that deals with the relationships between heat and other forms of energy.

[7] As temperature approaches absolute zero the entropy of a system approaches a constant.

[8] The current temperature of empty space in the Universe is about 2.7° Kelvin.

[9] Because its concept is implied in the other three and is considered more fundamental than the others.   It finally became a law after much debate in the early 20th c. 

[10] for instance whether it is inertial mass, passive gravitational mass, or active gravitational mass

[11] Most likely though you would probably just rotate

[12] The property of matter by which it retains its state of rest or its velocity along a straight line so long as it is not acted upon by an external force.

[13] Interestingly, the distance from the moon to the earth is 108x the diameter of the moon.  Also, the diameter of the sun is 108x that of the earth and is 108x the distance from the earth.

[14] The speed at which an object ‘falls’ towards the object (i.e. Earth)

[15] It would also change the impression

[16] Mass in this sense equates to strength – see chapter X for gung.

[17] Only in the subjective/first person – i.e. wrestlers, gymnasts, etc.