The following speculative essay is based on, but differs substantially from, an imaginary "theory of reality" that was briefly considered in my 2000 science fiction novel, The OverFile. The overall view of the essay regards relativistic spacetime reality as being subsistent within a dynamic, supersensible digital matrix that is thought to naturally appear within an otherwise static, analog void reality. The term digital matrix, as used in the essay, is generally understood to be a ubiquitous geometrical vibrational system within which, as which, and through the action of which, spatiotemporal reality originates, takes form, further develops, and is therein sustained while it persists via regeneratively interactional pre-quantal and quantal vibrational processes. The essay suggests that the appearance of either analog or digital results to specific experiments occurs because this deeper causal nature of the underlying void reality prompts these confusing results. Again, the essay speculates that spacetime reality is being everywhere effected into a sustained, regenerative quantum pattern system of subsistence within an intrinsically vibrant, geometric matrix format that is innate within the ultimate nature of the infinite, eternal void. And that, accordingly, our observing minds within this fundamental, regeneratively interactional quantum reality are equivalently, subsistently sustained as virtual radial fields of awareness via further regenerative procedural systems within our respective bodies and brains. Thus, the essay will also provide a brief theoretical account of the operative nature of the brain as a digital submatrix to our virtual mindfields to account for observers within the context of the void digital matrix system. This speculative account of an analog void reality and its digital matrices does not appear to conflict with any known experimental observations. Thus, however outwardly alien in perspective, the views given are ostensibly consistent with current experimental findings.
Tom Chesters is a science fiction writer and an inventor with numerous patents.
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