On Friday, January 24, 2014 2:46 AM, David Lynch <dnl1960 at yahoo.com> wrote:


" Just saw you on the Colbert Report. Do you offer autographed copies of your book "Touching a Nerve"?

On 19 Jun 1977, I experienced some "neural funny business".

For 26 years, I was at peace with the memory of that night.
On 16 Sept 2003, I looked at the memory of that night in reverse, and that night I stumbled into abstract photography.

In March of 2004, I awoke from a dream where I saw one of my abstract photographs


reflected like a Rorschach.


Over the first half of 2004, I was immersed in the passion of creating abstract photographs.
When the Fall of 2004 arrived, I began using the reflected abstract photographs to write out my thoughts.
I began trying to resolve the question, "How could I have been in a spirit state observing the physical world?".


By the end of 2006, I had found a solution that uses the energy of Einstein, the force of Newton,
and the logic of Socrates to describe a moment of time as infinite.


In my letter to Rupert Sheldrake with the subject of "Schrödinger's cat victim of quantum suicide",
I explain how Science embraces the mindset that Schrödinger's cat can be both alive and dead at the same time.
Yet Science shuns individuals that have a memory of being dead.

Also in the Sheldrake letter, I express that the linear progression of the number line, " -∞<0.0<∞+ ",
blinds people with simplistic binary logic leading Science to a Big Bang.

In my letter to Fay Dowker with the subject of "a >Grain∞Brane< w", by using a new axiom for Mathematics, " -c>∞<c+ ",
I resolved the question of how a spirit state can interact with a physical world. In the new axiom's model space, the Universe becomes a Steady State system.

Using the analogy of software and hardware, the right side of my equation is software i.e. waves and the left side is hardware i.e. particles.
The software of the Universe is written in an infinite bit code of Chaos, and the hardware of the mind is constructed with a finite bit neuron of Control.

The particles of the mind can only interpret a small fraction
of the waves that bombard us from the Universe everyday.

An "Atheist" quickly gravitates to the many worlds theory that contains
an endless multitude of possibilities residing in an infinite number of Universes within a bulk.

Yet, the instant a "Theist" suggests that a deity is in one of the infinite number of Universes,
the "Atheist" proclaims knowledge that a God cannot exist anywhere.

By proclaiming knowledge over an infinite number of Universes,
the "Atheist" is acting like an Omnipotent God. ~3K


Your thoughts are most welcome,
David Noel Lynch