From: David Lynch <dnl1960 at>
To: Kenneth Wharton <kenneth.wharton at>
Cc: Peter Karp <peterkarp at>
Sent: Friday, July 26, 2013 7:17 AM
Subject: In the reverse


In the "Do we have free will?" episode of Through the Wormhole,
the example of looking at a movie in reverse struck a chord in me.

On 16 Sept 2003, I looked at the memory of an event that happened to me on 19 Jun 1977 in reverse.
As a result of looking at the 19 Jun 1977 event in reverse, that September night I stumbled into abstract photography.

Over the next year, I created over two terabytes of abstract art. To date, I have created nearly four terabytes of abstract art.
The art has become a tool for me to try and resolve the questions that were raised by looking at the 19 Jun 1977 event in the reverse light.

In January of 2011, I wrote a chapter in a story that projects an event that is to occur on 19 Jun 3219.
The distant future event is to echo information back to 19 Jun -3219.
I achieve this transgression of time by applying an equation that emerged from the original two terabytes of art.

The equation uses the energy of Einstein, the force of Newton, and the logic of Socrates to describe a moment of time.
I call the equation the KnoWell. Below is a link to a KnoWell.

The artwork used to derive the KnoWell can be seen at the below link.

Since gallries want nothing to do with my artwork, I used Maya to created a 3D model of the Atlanta High Museum.
I placed my art on the virtual walls, and made a video of a walkthrough of the High showing how my art would look on their walls.
In the below linked video at the 16:00 time frame, you can see a close up of the artwork used to derive the KnoWell.

I have written letters to many scientist.
In 2010, I wrote a letter to Fay Dowker explaining how to apply the KnoWell to questions raised by modern cosmology.
Below is the letter to Fay.

The event that drastically changed my life on 19 Jun 1977,
was an automobile accident that fractured my skull.
As a result of my injuries, I had a death experience. A clear memory of being dead.
Below is a link to my best written recollection.

No longer do I look at the arrow of time as a linear progression.
Time is a Triangulum.

Free will comes at a high price.
One must be willing to let go of both the past and the future to have just one infinitesimal moment.


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