It really is the fundamental mechanism of everything!
    Nuclear Proof of Pseudorandom
Deep Reality:

        Pseudorandom sub-field behavior is evident in everything. It can be recognized by the fact that its behavior is quite different from true random behavior. Random behavior produces random results. Pseudorandom behavior produces reproducible, reliable, consistent, and especially sequential results. It is deterministic, and fully based on cause and effect. It does what it does, because it doesn't work by magic! It is a machine! A consistent, reliable, ever-functioning machine. It is the mechanism that generates all we observe. It is the fundamental machinery of the universe. If it were not a machine, it wouldn't work, and there would be no reason for things to interact with each other. No means for making anything happen.

       The proof of its pseudorandom, pre-programmed activity is embodied in even the most obvious and well documented nuclear reactions. We just need to know where to look, and what to look for.

A Radioactive Example:

       Radioactive elements expel particles from within the resonant fields that make up their nuclear material, according to a timed schedule called its "half life." From the same radioactive elements come the same kind of particles. The process is a sequential one. First of all, because it consists of a timed series of events. Timing is by its very nature a sequential operation. A series of events must occur in sequence, like ticks of a clock. Then there must be some form of trigger, as when an alarm clock goes off. Only then does it manufacture a particle and eject it.

How do we know that it manufactures particles using sequential machinery?

Learn more about Resonant Fields        The radioactive cobalt atom ejects an electron (called a beta ray,) and a neutrino precisely on time. Since there aren't supposed to be any electrons in a nucleus, it must be manufactured when the time comes to spit one out.

But what does it make it out of?

       The only material available is the energy which makes up the nucleus itself. But in order to do that, something must be dismantled, and then reorganized into the new particles, which are then ejected.

       Logically that makes it a sequential process, and not anything like a random one. If uncertainty were at work here, then none of these things could occur, because a random process would all but never get it right, and would have no means what-so-ever for knowing how to do any of these required actions… let alone in sequence, and then remember how to do it again.

What does it do?

  1. It times the event.
  2. It triggers the manufacturing sequence at the completion of the timing sequence.
  3. It dismantles a portion of the interior of the nucleus.
  4. It reorganizes the energy into the new organization of the electron and the neutrino.
  5. Then it ejects it… and in that order and in just the right way.
       It's like a quarter back in American football who throws a forward pass, only more consistently accurate. So consistent is their operation that we can predict mathematically:
  1. When the particle will be ejected.
  2. What type of particle it will be.
  3. How it will be constructed.
  4. How much kinetic energy it will have when it comes out
  5. How much it will spin.
  6. The alignment of its spin axis, and
  7. Direction of spin.
Learn more about Resonant Fields        Just about everything that can be known about a particle can be accurately predicted because the nuclear material always knows how to build each one, what to build it out of, when to build it, how hard to throw it, how hard to spin it, and in which direction. It always gets it right and it never forgets how to do it. Call it the Certainty Principle



 In contrast, No truly random activity is capable of such repeatable precision. Random field activities based on Heisenberg's uncertainty principle have:

  1. no mechanism for manufacturing particles of any kind.
  2. no means for repeating its actions if something did happen, or any way to provide consistency of action.
  3. no mechanism for counting time or executing a procedure on schedule.
  4. no way to get it right
  5. no way to remember how to do it
  6. no way to know when to do it.
       On-the-other-hand, many computer programs are excellent examples of pseudorandom behavior. Each machine command accomplishes a specific task. The order and sequence of machine commands cause the computer to do all of the things computers do. While random behavior cannot account for any of the above activities, pseudorandom behavior easily accounts for all of them!

Why is this important?

Learn more about Resonant Fields        20th century quantum mechanics, one of the two great branches of physics, is founded on the "assumption" that deep reality does not exist, because sub-field activities are said to be random. Einstein and other clear-thinking scientists argued with Heisenberg and his associates over the issue for years. In their gut, they knew it wasn't right. But they were unable to come up with an alternative explanation that worked. One reason was because they didn't have the up-to-date tools we have today… including the C.W. laser that wasn't even invented until six years after Einstein died.

       Well, now we have it! The Resonant Field Theory, is that intuitive "Theory of Everything" that Einstein died searching for. Pseudorandom behavior provides logical explanations for all of the observed effects. It opens that door to renewed scientific activity that Heisenberg slammed shut with his Uncertainty hypothesis 70 years ago.

       By convincing people that sub-field activities were random, while changing the jargon so that people discussed "probabilities" rather than precision, he effectively brought deep science to a halt. The results of experiments were said to be uncertain, and therefore, unreliable. Since random events are not repeatable, there was no way (within his hypothesis) to demonstrate repeatable proof for any process. And when the inputs to your calculations are "uncertain," sub-field math becomes useless too. It was a wall, an unbreachable barrier called the "quantum limit."

       Instead, scientists were diverted to the production of wave-functions… statistical averages, the accumulation of "probabilities" that we must admit, actually proved to be more accurate than the previous scientific methods. So the "science" became popular… and remains so to this day. However, all that is about to change!

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       Why didn't someone discover this before?

       Pseudorandom sequences are very much like the encryption routines used to scramble secret messages so an enemy cannot figure out what's being said. Their precision order is buried in their complexity. Thus, pseudorandom behaviors look like random ones as soon as we loose track of the ordered sequence of their intelligence. So before anyone could recognize pseudorandom behavior, the flow mechanism needed to be understood. That was the beginning of the Resonant Field Theory.

       However, just as one searches secret communications in order to establish its consistencies and break its code, the composite activities of atomic wave-functions (generated by conventional quantum mechanics) produce consistencies, in fact, very precise consistencies that we can use in the process of breaking their codes.

       The first step is to recognize that these consistencies reveal the pseudorandom fundamental nature of matter, electromagnetics, and even gravity. We have to know that the code can be cracked before we'll bother to try. But once that discovery is made, then so many logical connections suddenly jump out at you. It makes one wonder why something so obvious didn't ring a bell before. But I guess that is simply the nature of so basic a discovery.

       So, the key to advancing science in any significant way is to understand that which has been withheld from us for more than a half-century. By understanding how the fundamental mechanism works, each researcher will be far more advanced than if he allows Heisenberg to continue to thwart his efforts.

       The Resonant Field Theory really is the kind of breakthrough that can catapult a project out of the doldrums of uncertainty and into the certainty we would expect of 23rd century science. Suddenly researchers can begin mapping subatomic energy flow patterns. For the first time they can look below the quantum limit and recognize what they see.

       As they begin decoding the pseudorandom sequences, they can now see how they interact with the energy-flow sequences in other things. Because they are pseudorandom, and repeatable, strategies can be formed for interconnecting things in new ways, and producing things formerly thought impossible. It's amazing what a little accurate knowledge of deep reality will do.

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