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   Reality in a Metaphysical Model  By Nickson Sylvestre Contents  Introduction A very brief History of Science An Introduction to SPL (Spirito-Physical Linguistic)he !isdo #f $abbalah %en and SPL Abstract: Reality is Perceptual in nature, and from that concept, we can deduce that it is also a Lanuae! Anythin that is real is known to be real throuh some form of Perception whatsoever! Perception tends to nterpretation! #verythin that is perceived is bein perceived by the  brain$%ind &or conitive function'! t is pure nformation interpreted by said (onitive )unction &or %ind'! *hat bein said, nterpretation has to do with %eanin! *hus, Reality is Semantical by nature! And the nformation that is  bein processed &or transduced' has to be structured or such nformation hasno meanin whatsoever! #ro, Reality is Syntactic! )rom Synta+ and Semantic, we deduce that Reality is a Lanuae! But, which Lanuae *he study of Reliion and Science shows that there are - kinds of Lanuaes: .ne is Physical Lanuae &PL'///which usualy tend to Science and %athematics! Another one is Spiritual or Non/Physical Lanuae &SL'///which usually tend to Reliion and %ysticism! #ro, the SPL &Spirito/Physical Lanuae'! n this material, Reality is presented throuh the Lensesof a new system////a %etaphysical one termed :0 SPL0 &Spirito/Physical Linuistic'! Althouh part of a much loner work, this material tends to show how SPL is conceived and how it relates to Reality &includin the many different Reliion and Science'!   Introduction Since there was man on #arth &to not say since the Beinnin of *ime', our race has wondered about the mystery of the 1niverse, man has tried to define Reality usin the many different tools that was available to him &at the time'! 2et, to this moment, we seem to not have a framework within which we can , with absolute certainty, say that this is how Reality is defined! And one has to wonder if///for all that lon we have been e+plorin &in terms of (oncepts' Reality///we have not had it &referin to the framework within which Reality can be safely defined' and yet not reali3in it &labelin it Pseudoscience or worst 0%ysticism'!4owever, if we don5t now have a framework to describe or define Reality, it isn5t for lack of tryin! Science has done the most that it could do to provide such a framework! %ostly in relation to Physics &or what we refer to most of the time as %odern Physics'! 0 f have been able to see so far, it is because was standin on the shoulders of the iants0 & 5m pretty sure 5m  paraphrasin here, but whatever!!!'! *his reminds us of saac Newton! A enius that he was, he contributed to our 1nderstandin of the 1niverse! n fact, even today, with our most advanced technoloy, we have to use  Newton5s laws of motion and 6ravity to send someone on the %oon!*he story of the fallen Apple! Nope, not the one with Adam and #ve &don5t know who ave us that idea the tree of 7nowlede of ood and evil was an apple anyway'! No, t is a reference to the one that Newton is famous for! )rom a fallin apple, the story has it, Newton was able to deduce &usin %athematics, of course///even a special kind of %athematics developped by him: nfinitesimal Analysis' that the same law or force that5s causin the apple to fall most be same one overnin the motion of all the Solar System &and beyond'! *his Law or )orce, he called: 06ravity0!6ravity then, became the new Reality *heory &so to speak', because from that simple Law or )orce, 4e &Newton ' developped a complete &ish' theory as to how the (elestial Bodies move within space! *hat ave Newton the title of 0*he Last %aician0, because he did somethin mpossible! )rom one simple concept he derived a complete (elestial mechanic!  But that wasn5t enouh! Althouh an e+ceptional %aician, Newton failed toe+plain how ravity was .peratin within space &as in what was the mediumthrouh which 6ravity was affectin bodies within space'! Actually no, he  proposed a medium throuh which 6ravity affects bodies within space! *hat medium was that which that was already known and accepted by the many saes and scientists of the time namely: *he A#ther!  A very brief History of Science  Now this is a sub8ect that has been around for times ao! At some point, man believed that nature could be describd in terms of 9 elements &#arth, )ire, Air, and ater' surpassed by one elemen &we could call it a %eta/element or Super/element' known as the Aether///which was known to hold all 9 in e;uilibrium! t is this Aether that was believed to have been the medium throuh which thins are connected, and the medium throuh which 6ravity was affectin bodies within Space! *his could all be okay, but, it isn5t! *ruth  bein told, the Aether has never had empirical evidence! .f course, for the four, it was somewhat different, for to some measure they could be empirically demonstrated! But the Aether itself was never empirical! Newton, however, did not stop here in his thouhts! 4e concluded that 6ravity was affectin bodies within space throuh the Aether! *hat was one thin! 4e also believed that his model was not to be thouht as e+plainin why thins were the way they were! 4e was simply e+posin the mechaninc throuh which everythin seemed to be workin! *hat much he said: 6od was the one *rue Power behind it all! *hat it wasn5t throuh the means of Self/%aintenance that 6ravity was operatin! 6od was behind it all! Newton5s problem was not 8ust the idea of the Aether as a solution for a medium throuh which 6ravity must act, it was also the dea that time was constant everywhere in the 1niverse! Now, as mentioned before, Newton5s model is stil bein used until today! t is the same system that is bein used everytime we send man on the %oon! But as we see, the system was limited as it was incapable of providin a complete framework that would e+plain not 8ust how 6ravity was affectin  bodies throuh Space, but perhaps, how it was doin it within *ime!  4ence, came a youn enius known as: Albert #instein!#instein came with a rather unusual *heory: 0Relativity0! n his *heory, #instein took - thins &with the word thins bein conceptual here' that were thouht to be separated in Newton5s model and combined them as one, namely: 0Space and *ime0///ero, the Space/*ime continuum! n providin such a model, #instein didn5t 8ust ift us with a Relativistic system, he showed us that #verythin we thouht to be true was not, that the model of Reality we thouht we were livin in was not complete and that 0 There weremore things in Heaven and Earth than that we dreamt of in our Philosophy (science) 0!Althouh it was already known before #instein that there was a certain Relativity in Space &as in the fact that some ob8ect could seem bier and different in color in relation to how far from or how close to the observer they are'///this was known as Perspective/// #instein5s Relativity put it a very bi step further! t suested that *ime and Space &as in Space/*ime' were Relative to the e+periencer! 4owever, #instein5s Relativity was 6eometric &as in it was e+ternal' and was not attributed to Perception itself &as in (onitive'!.ne would now think that 6eneral Relativity or 6R would have scattered our view of Reality for ood, as if there was no more surprise! *hen came <uantum %echanic or <%! Now that5s a theory that could be e;uali3ed to onderland///where up is down and down is up! t basically 8ust break your world apart!<% deals with the nfinitely small aspect of Reality///somethin that has  been hinted by #instein5s Special Relativity! n this nfinitely small aspect of Reality, thins are not as you would think they5d be! )or as 6R proposes a world that is predictable &with specifics sets of rules when understood  properly allow one to make ood prediction', <% shows that Reality is not as predictable as we would e+pect! n fact, it shows that everythin in this nfinitely small aspect of Reality can be reduced to probabiblity!#instein himself couldn5t et his head around that idea! 4e said: 06od doesn5t play dice0! 4is vision of a predictable 1niverse 8ust ot shattered in
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