From: David Lynch <dnl1960 at>
To: "Edward J. Hall" <ehall at>
Sent: Tuesday, March 8, 2016 2:40 PM
Subject: Bill Nye reality


I found your name in the below linked article.

I have a question that is outside the scope of Science,
and that same question is beyond the reach of Religion.

On 19 Jun 1977, I was involved in a serious auto accident.
Due to my injuries, I was left with a persistent memory of being dead.
The question arose, was my memory of being dead a reality, or a figment of my imagination?
Below is my best written recollection of my experience.

While searching for an answer,
I developed a tool that uses,
the energy of Einstein,
the force of Newton,
and the logic of Socrates
to describe a moment of time as infinite.
I call this equation the KnoWell.

Science has become a religion with the language of Mathematics being the supreme omnipotent being.
The simple question that I ask scientists, "If the Universe is made of atoms, what can be nothing?"
then I ask, "Since no thing can be nothing, why is there a zero point zero on the number line."

I contend that zero point zero is mathematics's greatest error, and science's greatest mistake.
Below is a graphic that illustrates how easily a scientist can be lead to a BLeaf in such things as the Multi-verse.

I have reached out to many individuals, Neil deGrasse Tyson, responded,
"Ideas are cheap. Detailed predictions of unknown phenomena from those ideas is the real testing ground.
When you produce such a list of testable predictions I will be happy to comment on it."

Clearly, Neil does not grasp the KnoWell.
The entire right half of the equation is an unknown phenomena.
I have applied the KnoWell to some of the questions posed by modern cosmology.
The below linked letter to Fay Dowker strongly suggests that we live in a Steady State Universe.

I understand that bucking the BLeaf in the Big Bang is the equivalent of telling a Christian that Christ was not real that he is just a story.

My conclusion: All realty is a figment of our imagination.
No "thing" is real. Every "thing" is what we have been taught to BLeave.
The things around us that seem real, are far more complex than our minds can encapsulate.
We grasp only a fraction. Thus the world around us is perceived through fractals.

My philosophy is that "The emergence of the Universe,
is the precipitation of chaos through the evaporation of control." ~3K

David Noel Lynch