Thought theory describes a single metaphysical framework that unites the physical world around us with the mental world within our brains.
Each mind manipulates symbolic structures that contain a value across a ‘mindspace’. Thought theory seeks to deconstruct the inner and outer workings of these abstract/invisible/intelligent sources of value, called symbols.
Ultimately I’ve created this theory to solve problems. I believe that society has become awash in terrible situations because it lacks a systematic methodology for measuring the symbolic structures that permeate our collective ‘mindspace’.
A brain can die, while a mind cannot, and the function of the universe is to maintain a special mechanism of symbolic manifestation between brains and minds.
Thought (and thinking) comes from our ability to analyze the ‘abstract’ component of our ‘hyper-dimensional’ Universe. It’s a direct result of the fundamental make-up of space and time.
Within thought theory, thoughts represent the interrelated structures inside a region of space called mindspace. Mindspace is a metaphysical space that contains hyper-dimensional structures called symbols.
Washington D.C.’s architecture appears often designed according to Masonic symbolism. It has countless monuments that can be traced back to the time of the new thinkers of the 17th century enlightenment era. Explore how thoughts manifest into objects and collections of objects.
Each thought and thing, and the events between thoughts and things, can be explained by the relationship patterns. These patterns are the basic construct of the Universe, and we can use them to reveal everything about it.
The activities of all living things are put into motion by complex relationships. From a mindspace perspective, the relationship patterns are the basic building blocks for a symbolic energy which fuels the progression of each mind.
A dimension is a fundamental property of matter and each bit of matter in the universe has a length, width, depth, and [footprint in] time. It turns out that matter also has other important properties which give rise its additional, ‘abstract’ dimensions.
Thinking people, working within organizations, manifest symbolic arrangements; and if the minds of the working people disappear from the organization, the material arrangements will in time fade away and disappear from it, including the people.
Pythagorus, Socrates, and Plato, among other ancient greeks, provided the intellectual foundation for modern society, by getting at the root of what drives the minds of people. They hypothesized that the objects we perceive as physical entities are just shadows of the invisible World of Forms.
The Sun was worshipped by ALL ancient religions and therefore, it is surely the most important symbol in the Universe. According to thought theory, the relationship patterns are as important as the Sun, find out why…
In multiplication, a single object is copied a number of times, however during addition, two different objects are combined together. Regarding 2×2 vs. 2+2, both operations result in the same numerical result, yet the operations yield very different underlying shapes and meanings.
In the example above, the network pattern is used to visualize the concepts of space and time. Its purpose is to demonstrate how the two concepts differ in shape and meaning while visualizing a real hyper-dimensional structure within a spacetime architecture.
In Thought Theory, the Three Principles are the basic philosophies of mindspace and the Universe.
The ‘abstract’ energy that a bottle of Coke contains is stored within its structures of information, such as its logo. These hyper-dimensional regions of spacetime can be said to force and displace bodies of people by impacting their minds.
It is a scientific fact that the Universe has been ‘expanding’ for the last 14 billion years. But does that mean it has been growing?
Here’s a model that explains the configuration of dark matter and energy. The model uses the relationship patterns described in Theory of Thought.
Pythagoras worshipped a particular shape called the Tetractys. He and his followers believed it to symbolize everything that is perfect about the Universe.
The structure of the Universe has to come from somewhere. Thought Theory explains that everything originates from the circle, and its three basic divisions.
In this article I will introduce a series of approximations that are very real, but are only true within a truncated region of space.
Since the beginning of my adventure with Theory of Thought, I’ve always held that Pi, Phi, and e were fundamental concepts in my theory – particularly in a philosophical sense. But until I discovered this geometry I had had no idea how deeply interwoven these constants truly were.
What if time dilation does in fact pervade human society — however in some abstract form that is caused by a entirely different type of motion? Are structures of information ruled by the same principles of physics that guide time, space, and motion? Do highly networked organizations travel faster and further across space within a single period of time?