This episode searches for what are often called God Particles by deconstructing the particles that make up reality themselves. What are they? And how do we know they’re the smallest thing?

Throughout our scientific history, it was long regarded that the molecule was the smallest thing in our world. Then our understanding deepened and the atom became the new smallest. Then it was sub atomic particles, and then we turned to string theory to describe these infinitesimally small building blocks of reality.

Our understanding is always shifting, and so it is foolish to hold onto one singular idea without being able to expand upon it. This is exactly how science works, a never ending expansion of thought that builds upon itself.

Light is known to be one of the building blocks of all things, and not only are we seeing this in science, but so many of the world’s ancient spiritual traditions. We must be open to observing light itself as a starting point where all things stem from, including the tiniest of particles.

The problem is, is that light is said to have no mass at all, so how can it create something that does? Mass is said to represent an amount of matter, but there is no universal agreed upon definition of what matter is. This is one of the great dichotomies we have in understanding light and matter, and yet it is also one of our most greatest assets in breaking through to deeper truth. Who says light has zero mass? Who says light isn’t anything but a container for information? What if the structure of light allows for information to be held, and the denser the information, the heavier and more mass it gains?

Could the true God particles be geometry like the flower of life or other sacred forms?

Watch this episode, and find out!

The Holographic Universe: The Revolutionary Theory of Reality

The Geometry of Meaning

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  • Michael Straub
    Posted at 09:32h, 12 December Reply

    Vary cool; something to look at

  • simrandeep kaur
    Posted at 12:17h, 01 September Reply


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