DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.10.1879

The Unified-Field Model of Reality

Steven Kaufman


This work presents a conceptual model of reality which demonstrates that underlying what we experience as the surface phenomenon of physical reality lies a multileveled geometric relational structure composed of absolutely nothing that has become iteratively and progressively structured in relation to itself as a function of its ongoing movement in relation to itself at the speed of light. What this work also demonstrates is that it is the natural and inevitable functioning and evolution of this underlying reality structure that produces what we experience as the behavior of physical reality in general. Specifically, the model makes clear that the interrelations between space, time, energy, and matter mathematically described by Einstein in his relativity theories all exist as a function of relations which arise and exist naturally both between and within different levels of the reality structure that actually exists where we perceive physical reality to be. Evidence that this way of conceptually modeling reality accurately reflects the way in which reality is actually structured and functions, underlying the surface appearance that is physical experiential reality, is presented by using the model to consistently account for the long-sought-for connection between electromagnetic radiation and gravitation, the actual mechanism underlying gravitational attraction, the identity of the gravitational and inertial forces, and what is actually indicated when we use the term “energy.” Ultimately, what this model allows us to understand is that seemingly empty space itself, as well as every form of energy in the Universe, regardless of how that form appears as a physical reality, is actually an interaccommodative binary process composed of some form of absolutely nothing that has become dynamically structured in relation to itself as a function of its ongoing movement in relation to itself at the speed of light.


unified field, Einstein; Buckminster Fuller; reality; model; structure; quanta; energy; space; time; matter; absolutely nothing; speed of light; gravity; inertia; electromagnetic radiation relation

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