Tempest wrote:I get what you are saying but it has no relation to the fundamentals I am thinking about, well I guess it does but not. You are still trying to understand whats happened over the last 6000 years, I am starting before that point. I am not really thinking about who put us on this world, at some point I will but I am still fitting the fundamental pieces together.
I actually prefer Maghus's theories.
I don't understand how your circles connect consciousness with current physics and astrophysics. I think what scientists are currently trying to figure out and already know is already crazy enough without trying to make up more theories.
Have you read a brief history of time by Stephen Hawking? I had to read this very slowly at a computer with google handy, but it is still really interesting.
Have you looked up other explanations besides holographic principle such as string theory and multiple universes etc?
Do we live in a multiverse? | The Economist
Also I fully believe anyone can study maths if they are passionate enough. Maths and physicist is a like a tower of jenga blocks with each block being a topic. If you skip topics at the bottom it eventually gets harder and harder to add more blocks until eventually you cannot go higher. This is why online resources like kahn academy are so good these days as anyone can learn at their own pace.
Now with Maghus theories, they are more into what happens beyond physics. What is consciousness, and what happens to our identity when we pass on. Have you ever just suddenly turned around and looked into the eyes of someone looking at you? Was that a subconscious thought, that I saw that person in my peripheral vision without realizing? Or was that a shared mind connection that happens on an instinctual level?