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Complex Möbius Field: The Web of Consciousness (Part I)

Bidyut K. Sarkar


The proper time of a particular event is universal. Therefore, all possible individual entities in the cosmos coexist within an inseparable common system; this is zero-symmetry. Time can only begin in two ways: forward as space and backward as time, reflecting the “classical entropy” (visionary field) and quantum negentropy (feeling field) of the subsystem, respectively. However, in the quantum world, completely opposing behavior is observed. Space-time is exclusive on the singularity at which microtubular electrons of a macroscopic quantum system (MQS) are tuned. The topology of the seat of cognition simulates that of the Möbius strip. Here, finite designs produced by mixed-order fields in 3D merge with absolute 2D within and absolute 4D without. This occurs through absolute rotation, i.e., churning and fusion in both directions. Towards this nullification of self-design, complexity is the comprehensive approach, in comparison to traditional reductionism. Nevertheless, every finite or mortal system must have a deeper immortal existence via Lorentz invariance.

Part I of this two-part article includes: 1. Introduction, 2. Fundamental Geometry, and 3.  Analysis of Systems.

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