[Excerpt from TT: 2001-01-18]
[Lights_Edge] In Quantum Physics there is the Orthodox Ontology to explain the nature of the world. This Ontology contends there is quantum randomness. It is used to explain why occurrences such as two hydrogen atoms excited at the same having the exact same proxy wave will emit a photon and return to their ground state at differing times. Is this quantum randomness truly random or is a force present effecting the differing outcomes?
[Excerpt from TT: 1999-08-19]
[Fg] Our science has long adhered to the “building block” concept of the material world, and to that end has been looking for the ultimate particle which everything is made of. There is another theory out there that says they’ll never find it because motion is the sole constituent of the physical universe. Is that theory valid from Michael’s perspective, because it sure has enormous explanatory power?
[Michael_Entity] At this point we would agree there is no foundation to be discovered that is tangible by Physical standards. To describe “motion as the sole constituent of the Physical Universe” is quite accurate since all things spring from the Buddhaic Plane, that of Higher Moving Energy.