There exists a special excitement, a subtle inner-feeling when you have reached a pinnacle of achievement… ahead of everyone else. Many know that it exists, but very few actually get there. It is the stuff of books, movies and dreams. It's innovation of the mind… first and before all others. To get there, you have to be able to recognize the consistency, where others see only chaos.
There exist ones who can focus on that goal as they probe into some process that presents itself as an enigma to the rest of science. It's what keeps them going late into the night, and on weekends and holidays. In their gut, they understand something that others still cannot see or even perceive. It persists, even when they 'just can't quite put their finger on it… yet.'
But it remains very special. It's discovery extraordinaire!
Thomas Edison once quipped, "Invention is 10% inspiration, and 90% perspiration!" He was right. Worse yet, there is also a measure of frustration that comes from not having just the right tool, at just the right time, to pierce that last wall, climb that last rise, insert that last piece into the puzzle, which finally brings the big picture into focus. It's that one missing component that opens up the mind like watching a large orange tiger lily open up before the time-lapse photographer. It is that final 10% that makes all the perspiration worth it!
Frustration ensues when one is inhibited or prevented from accomplishing a necessary task… that next task on the road to discovery. The plague of innovation is 'uncertainty.' When you just don't know what should be next, because you are missing a vital link in the chain. You sort of know its shape and color, but you just can't seem to find the exact fit… because you are 'uncertain' about its details.
In science, Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle is that plague. While everything in the universe is made of logically-acting, precision-operating force-fields, Heisenberg held that sub-field activities were inherently random, making it impossible to look, measure, or even understand the deep things of 'everything.' In fact, he claimed that 'deep reality' did not exist! And, people believed him.
Yet, in your gut, you know that the orderly, precise, macro world just could not be generated by a truly random underworld. The ideas are too foreign to each other. True randomness never produces order. It's as simple as that!
No doubt some will protest, "What about chaos theory?" What about that order, which is derived from randomness? The answer is simple. The definition of true randomness is that there is zero mathematical relationship between one data point and the next. So, if an orderly system of any kind emerges from anything that appears random, it's not without some regularizing agent or process to make it do it. Thus the very existence of that regular process makes it, not truly random, but truly pseudorandom!
So let's stop calling it 'random' when it's not. Because that gives us a false impression about how things really work, and misdirects our efforts at solving our own personal enigma.
In order to decipher a complex problem we need to think clearly. In order to think clearly, we must use accurate communications both with others and with ourselves. If something is truly random, then it will behave in a truly random way. But if something is pseudorandom, then it will behave with that sequential orderliness of precision cause-and-effect functionality indicative of pseudorandomness. It may be convoluted, but like cracking the mystery of an encrypted secret message, the tangle can be untangled. The shroud of secrecy can be lifted to reveal its order, logic and intelligence. With 'certainty', it will reveal its secrets.
So how do we do that? How do we discover the pseudorandomness lurking inside every physical process, every atom, every wave, every particle… every-thing? First of all, we closely examine the most fundamental processes of physics that build and manufacture all we observe. The resonation of fields into deterministic, dynamic structures lays the foundation of the intuitive, repeatable logic of the Resonant Field Theory. Call it the 'Certainty Principle.'
Unlike those that came before, pseudorandomness unlocks the door to discovery. It is that tool the innovative have been searching for. When one understands how basic fields interact, then that one suddenly understands how 'everything' in the universe works. Resonant Fields put 'certainty' back into science. It enables us to look where no one could look before, measure what no one else could measure, and test what no one else could test. It explains that fundamental process of all physical interactions, from the basic subfield level all the way up to universal quantum gravitation. It finally unites all of physics into an intuitive, easy-to-understand model of the universe that explains things with 'certainty', just like Einstein dreamed about.
The Resonant Field Theory is just that right tool, at just the perfect time. That tool opens the mind, and what better time than now?
We exist in the early days of science! There are still so many scientific enigmas left to resolve, so many mysteries that have been waiting for logical, workable explanations that one can count on with certainty.
After all, atoms, gravity, and light always get it right in whatever they do, and they never forget how to do it. Is that the kind of thing we would expect from 'uncertainty'? Certainly, those basic sub-fields are certain about what they do. Isn't it, rather, the kind of behavior we would expect from a fundamental process that is consistent, reliable, repeatable… and certain? A pseudorandom process?
Are you one of those with a 'beautiful mind'?
If you understood how everything in the universe works, with certainty, what fields could you revolutionize?
Believe me… the feeling is extraordinaire!
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