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Subtitle: The Two Kinds of Vision in the Universe
“Then God the Lord said unto Adam, When thou wast under subjection to Me, thou hadst a bright nature within thee, and for that reason couldst thou see things afar off. But after thy transgression thy bright nature was withdrawn from thee; and it was not left to thee to see things afar off, but only near at hand; after the ability of the flesh; for it is brutish.”
The Lost Books
A Brief History of Optics
After the Principia, in 1704, Newton published another shorter book on “Opticks” which is now spelt Optics. In this his later book, he laid down the foundation for most of our current understanding of the properties of light as he had discovered in his practical investigations of light.
In the “Opticks”, Newton taught us about the composition of white light and he gave us his practical investigations of reflection, refraction and the diffraction of light.
Before Newton, pure light had been assumed to be white or colourless and that it was transformed into different colours by its interactions with matter, but it was Newton who informed us that white light is inherently composed of seven colours, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet.
He proved this by a simple experiment which involved the refraction of light by a prism. He found out that the different colours of white light were refracted at different incident angles.
Optics and the Seven Colours of White Light
However, it was to take some time before the scientific community and the world at large would accept his ideas, and this was mainly because of the pervading old Aristotelian description of light.
The New Definitions of Optics and Gravi-optics
I have decided to, first of all, speak of Newton’s “Opticks” because it was the first treatise that dealt scientifically with the nature of light.
However, now we have discovered another kind of non-mechanical wave in the universe called the gravi-electromagnetic wave and this wave has inevitably produced another branch of study which I call Gravi-optics.
So, we now have two branches for the study of vision: one is Optics and the other is Gravi-optics. And I will like to be very explicit about their definitions which begins with Optics:
1. Optics is the study of the composition and the interactive nature of light or the E-wave.
And for Gravi-optics we have that:
2. Gravi-optics is the study of the composition and the interactive nature of the gravi-electromagnetic wave or the G-wave.
While the meaning of composition as applied in the above definition is clear, I want you to know that the interactive natures of these two non-mechanical waves refer to how they can be reflected, refracted, diffracted etc. by matter and how as a result they produce sensation and vision.
These two non-mechanical waves are the two fundamental ways in which vision can be experienced and information can be communicated in the universe.
A Telescope in an Observatory
To be further explicit. Before, Optics was defined as a branch of physics that dealt with the study of light and vision. However, the new discovery of another non-mechanical wave in the universe changes and expands this definition to also include Gravi-optics.
Thus, in a unified manner:
Optics and Gravi-optics are the studies of the compositions of light and the G-wave and the two respective kinds of vision in the universe.
Because of the two non-mechanical waves in the universe, we have become aware of two possible kinds of vision in the universe: the first is luminal vision which is by light and the second is superluminal vision which is by the G-wave or the gravi-electromagnetic wave.
So, we now have a broader definition of the study of vision based on the two non-mechanical waves in the universe and beyond the nature of light and its normal and common kind of vision.
Before I move to the next section, I must say that these two branches for the study of vision are as a result of post-modern physics which now informs us about the true nature of the universe beyond what was offered by classical and modern physics.
The Essential Composition of light and the G-wave
Now, let’s begin with what I call the essential composition of light or the E-wave and that of the G-wave.
There are two separate aspects of the composition of light and the G-wave that are worth considering. One is the chromatic composition of both waves and the other is the essential composition of both waves.
So, when I speak of composition, I do not only refer to the chromatic composition of these two non-mechanical waves but I also refer more deeply to the essential composition of these two non-mechanical waves, and when I speak of essential composition, I refer to their nature whether they are waves or particles or probably something else.
In Opticks, Newton presented his corpuscular theory of light which explains that light consists of particles. This is a classical description of the essential composition of light.
Though the work of Huygens would later show that light is a wave, it is, however, important to note that Young and Fresnel made the effort to combine both descriptions of the essential composition of light.
And even in the modern era, light was taken to be a wave and also a particle. But the particle, in this case, are quantum particles which their behaviours are beyond what Newton could have thought or imagined.
Post-modern physics now informs us that light in its essential nature is not a wave neither does it consists of particles, rather that light consists of inertia. Post-modern physics is informing us that the essential composition of light and the G-wave is inertia.
So, both the light and the gravi-electromagnetic wave are composed of inertia. This should be your first understanding in this article about the Principles of Optics and Gravi-optics.
The Chromatic Composition of Light and the G-wave
Having stated that the essential composition of light and the G-wave is inertia, we are left to wonder if they both can have the same chromatic composition, that is if they both can be composed of seven hues or colours.
A part of the resolution of this question will be addressed in the next section, but for now and to immediately address the other part of this question, I must say that both non-mechanical waves cannot have the same chromatic composition and this is because of the added entity to the G-wave that is absent in the E-wave or light.
What is this added entity? This added entity is gravity. The G-wave is different from light in that it consists of light and gravity, and the presence of gravity in the G-wave should unavoidably expand the chromatic composition of the G-wave beyond that of light.
This is what I strongly presume and this is beside the fact that I am inclined to think that we may not be able to relate the chromatic composition of light to the chromatic composition of the G-wave.
This is because the chromatic composition of the G-wave may turn out to be qualitatively different from the chromatic composition of light considering also that light and the G-wave move in two qualitatively different forms of space.
What I am informing you about the possible qualitative difference in chromatic composition of light and that of the G-wave is related to Newton’s view that the colours of light are produced by internal sensation and are not properties of light itself.
So, the chromatic composition of the G-wave as they are internal sensations may be different from the internal sensations of the chromatic composition of light.
If the chromatic composition of a non-mechanical wave is not really internal to it but to the perceiver, then they can change depending on the method of vision.
I speak of the method of vision because light and the G-wave do not obviously fall under the same method of vision if not there would have been common experiences of superluminal vision just like luminal vision.
These possible differences in their methods of vision are what we will continue in the interactive nature of the two non-mechanical waves as they concern our new study of vision.
The Interactive Nature of Light and the G-wave
What can we say about the interactive nature of light and the G-wave? Let’s begin by making it clear that this interactive nature begins with the interactions of light with matter after which we proceed to find out whether this applies exactly or differently to the G-wave which will be discussed shortly.
We will proceed by making reference to the query 5 of the “Opticks” where Newton stated that: “Do not Bodies and Light act mutually upon one another; that is to say, Bodies upon Light in emitting, reflecting, refracting and inflecting it, and Light upon Bodies for heating them, and putting their parts into a vibrating motion wherein heat consists?”
The important point to note is that “Bodies and Light act mutually upon one another”. This is the most simple and explicit description of the interaction between light and matter and it is important for the understanding of the internal sensation of light.
Light and matter are able to act upon one another because light and matter do not establish a continuum. This is why we can refer to the sensation of light as an external sensation that is due to the discontinuity between light and matter.
This external sensation is also what leads to what we now call luminal vision. We are able to perceive the luminal picture of matter because of the external sensation that is due to the discontinuity between light and matter.
Light is able to excite our eyes after which the excited signal is transported to our brains to be processed. This to Newton is how we come about the chromatic composition of light.
The chromatic composition of light is due to the external sensation of light. Remember, I refer to external sensation because light and matter (the eyes) do not establish a continuum.
Now, how does all this apply to the G-wave, because from all indications we have not perceived the universe by it or seen the superluminal picture of matter?
It could be that we have, it could be that the esoteric phenomena of visions and dreams are communicated by the G-wave. But besides all this, is there a probable scientific explanation of the interactive nature of the G-wave?
I will first begin by letting you know that the G-wave and matter establish a continuum. (I have talked about this before in some of my scientific articles). So, how can it excite matter to cause some sort of sensation?
In whatever way it can, such a sensation would only be referred to as internal sensation. It should be obvious that I call it an internal sensation because it is a possible exhibition by the continuity of the G-wave and matter.
There is no continuum between light and matter only that between the G-wave and matter exists in the universe.
So, there should necessarily be two kinds of vision, one is luminal and it is due to the discontinuity between light and matter and the other superluminal and it is due to or despite the continuity between the G-wave and matter.
I have never spoken about how superluminal vision can be due to the continuity between the G-wave and matter but I have spoken about how superluminal vision can be despite the continuity between the G-wave and matter.
And in this regard, I make mention of the mind. The mind is the only entity or essence that can establish a discontinuity with the G-wave, and it should be clear by now that in post-modern physics we discuss and unravel the mystery of the mind.
So, I am not establishing or making as of yet any proposition about how internal sensation can be possible by the continuity between the G-wave and matter, but I make propositions for how it can be possible by the discontinuity between the G-wave and mind.
The internal sensation between the G-wave and the mind informs us that the G-wave is capable of directly exciting the mind without the need of the eyes which are continuous with the G-wave.
A referencable example of this occurs when we dream. Remember that when you dream your eyes are usually closed and yet despite this, you are able to create impressions and images which are as real as being awake.
I say create but it could be possible that we are receiving these impressions and that we are not really creating them, and it is this latter possibility which when associated with our experience of dreams will show you a glimpse of how we can experience the internal sensation of the mind by the G-wave.
The possibility of superluminal vision or Gravi-optics is hinged on the fact that the mind can receive impressions without the assistance of matter (the eyes or senses). This is how Gravi-optics will unravel itself.
It requires a different method of vision than that of Optics or better presented as Luminal Optics. The mind can be directly excited without the direct assistance of matter.
I speak of direct assistance because there may be some indirect preliminary roles that matter will play such as making it possible for us to harness gravi-electromagnetic energy.
It is as we explore this higher form of energy that our minds and consciousness will be prepared or excited to carry out these higher functions one of which is superluminal vision.
The interactive nature of light is as it involves the participation of matter but the interactive nature of the G-wave is as it involves the participation of mind. This is a simple summary of the post-modern description of the interactive nature of light and the G-wave.
I speak of the possible interaction between the G-wave and the mind and not that between light and the mind because between the two non-mechanical waves the G-wave is the more fundamental and cosmic non-mechanical wave.
We are already familiar with the experience of luminal vision but we are not familiar with the experience of superluminal vision which may require a different method of accessing. This is the important awareness this section raises.
It may be impossible to establish or achieve superluminal vision in the domain of matter. But could it be possible if superluminal vision can be frequency determined, at least we know that luminal vision is frequency determined?
That’s a good question that emphasizes the problem rather than solving it. I say so because if we cannot enjoy the entire spectrum of luminal vision due to this frequency dependence how less can we enjoy any spectrum of superluminal vision when even the G-wave is not continuous with matter not to talk of the limitation of frequency dependence.
In the afore paragraph, I’m simply stating that the experience of superluminal vision is naturally very far from the experience of luminal vision.
Luminal vision only has the limitation of frequency dependence but superluminal vision has the limitations of continuity and frequency dependence.
This is why we have to look for a way to bypass matter entirely in order to experience it. We have to think of exciting the mind directly and by the G-wave.
It is supposed to be the only way we can harness superluminal vision and there is no doubt that superluminal vision will change and enhance our current spectrum of reality.
What we call matter will take up a different manifestation in our minds, and another two important possibilities are that we will then become able to see far into the universe and also not experience thermal vision.
Luminal vision based light is not only near, it is also thermal which is why we cannot look at very bright objects like the Sun. But superluminal vision reaches very far and it is also non-thermal because the G-wave is continuous with matter.
There is no way in which the G-wave can act upon the mind (and even matter) to produce heat. Also, superluminal vision will be more penetrating than luminal vision, and all creation will be exposed to us.
So, with superluminal vision, we will be able to see very bright and hot objects like the Sun and we will experience the superluminal picture of matter and reality.
Also, the power of luminal vision is dependent on the capabilities of the eyes and the field strength of light. Light is not the continuum that extensively fills the universe and connects all matter but the G-wave is, so the G-wave naturally has a greater field strength than light. This is how superluminal vision is a very farther vision of the universe than luminal vision.
Now, with the understanding of the differences in the interactive nature of light and that of the G-wave, can we still assume that they can only have quantitatively comparative chromatic compositions? I don’t think so.
There will be qualitative differences between the chromatic composition of light and that of the G-wave and what they are can only become truly known by practical investigation.
I, therefore, leave the chromatic composition of the G-wave to practical investigation and even at that, I would expect the chromatic composition of the G-wave to enrich our experience of reality.
I have talked about how the practical investigation and the application of the G-wave will begin with the design of gravitronic devices. You can read the article by following this link.
A Crucial Discussion On Superluminal Vision
I have decided to write this section because from what has been discussed so far it may seem as though luminal vision and superluminal vision can be placed at the same exact level. This is not really the case.
Luminal vision obviously has some physical manifestation or approximation but it is not so with superluminal vision where the basic principles of superluminal phenomena are deeply rooted in the metaphysical nature of the universe.
So, we cannot even begin to guess the existence of superluminal vision without first discovering the metaphysical nature of the universe. This is not the same with luminal vision which we have been aware of without being necessarily aware of the metaphysical nature of the universe.
Luminal vision is an approximation of superluminal vision which is more encompassing and divine. This is the motivation for the attainment of superluminal vision which shows us that we can enhance our capacity to see the universe.
What this article exposes among other things is that real practical subtleties will have to be deployed in order for us to accomplish superluminal vision.
We may have to try every avenue and practical venture in order to accomplish this and which are possibly beyond what has been suggested in this article. And I hope that at the end, it doesn’t turn out to be harder than I think and I really wish for easy surprises.
We owe it to Newton for giving us the first scientific evaluation of the composition of light and vision, and though we may change and reassess his propositions and methods, we cannot deny or go against the pure intent of science behind these scientific ventures which he exemplified.
And in this post-modern era, we have expanded Newton’s scope of Optics to include Gravi-optics which is the study of the G-wave, the second non-mechanical wave in the universe, and its unique consequence of superluminal vision which will ensure that no creation is “hidden from us” any longer.
Until next time,
I will be here.
– M. V. Echa