BASIC PRINCIPLES                              
of  CONCEPTUALISM

                 

1.

The most simple is the most complex;

thus, the most complex is the most simple.

2.

Infinity,  the infinitesimal, and ONEness

. . . are equivalent.

3.

The locus of Infinity  is speed not distance.

4.

Infinity  is the only provable concept;

and, the only singularity.

5.

Motion, a manifestation of Infinity,  is

the essence of Reality.

6.

The locus of Infinity  andReality  is congruent.

7.

Motion is the seminal force;

coalescence is the primal force.

8.

The seminal dimensions . . . speed, spin,

space, and time . . . are concurrent . . .
and hyper-relativistic functions of motion.

9.

Faith requires only that motion begins

and ends; motion's definition and
etiology reconciles Reality.

10.

Motionlessness and the maximum

limit of speed . . . are equivalent.

11.

"Empty" space is a relativistic illusion.

12.

Gravity  is a manifestation of Confluent

Congruence; Relative, Hierarchic Compression; and Critical Coalescence.

(Gravity  is neither attractive . . . nor, action-at-a-distance.)

 

13.

The effective source of Gravity's  action
        is Infinity .

14.

The speed of Gravity  is infinite.

15.

Inertial acceleration reconciles Reality's

cosmic structure.

16.

There are no absolutes within Reality.

17.

The past and the future of an event exist

. . . not the present.

18.

The uniform progression of integers.

. . . is unnatural.

19.

The integers "plus One" and "Zero" are

provable, Naturally equivalent; and,
they are relative to . . . speed, spin,
space, and time.

20.

The distribution of Natural prime numbers,

Nature's scale, is uniform.

21.

Life, and consciousness, is intergalactic and

has evolved without limits concerning time.

22.

Consciousness is complex, analog

self-adjustment (Casa).

23.

Science, Theology, and Philosophy are one.

 








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There is one Universe.

It is perpetual, in equilibrium; and,

a manifestation of the . . . Unified Concept;


also,

are a single discipline, which proclaims the

perpetuity and nexus of Life; such is


. . . Conceptualism.





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