Listening to Neppe was a bit frustrating since it is Close who developed the math of their unified field theory. Close started out developing a new type of calculus using three dimensions of time, that he sent to Stephen Hawking in the 1980s. Neppe then builds on what this three dimensions of time means - in terms of consciousness. So the "gimmel" is a term from Kabbala I guess - and they use it kind of like Colin Wilson used the term "Faculty X" - for consciousness. So they have revised their book of "unified monism" called

*Reality Begins with Consciousness*.

I was trying to get a sense of where their theory got traction in terms of "academia." The editor of

*Neuroquantology*who replied to me yesterday, he has a book published, that looks very interesting, but gets dismissed by one comment as "new age." It's quantum biology consciousness research and several of the articles for that journal plug the "golden ratio" answer for everything - with fractals. It's a model that gets dismissed as not real science since it's not falsifiable or the data is fudged, etc. But on the other hand several of the articles published in the journal are actually critiques of other quantum consciousness models, like the debate and critique of Henry Stapp's use of the "Quantum Zeno Effect" to explain quantum consciousness.

But for Neppe and Close most of their articles are published in some obscure fanciful titled journal, that I realized is a society along the lines of MENSA - defined by "I.Q." test scores. haha. Personally I'm not a big fan of I.Q. test scores and when you consider Neppe is from South Africa then it becomes a bit creepy. So then they had a second I.Q. society journal publish another one of their "unified field theory" articles. So besides their self-publishing the books, as far as I can tell, and then Neuroquantology, which has several more fringe academics, then obviously all this research is on the edge of acceptability.

That's fine with me - I was just curious where they are coming from and obviously the big plug of essential oils by Close is a big plus for me. I'm glad to report I've been having success with my coconut oil/apple cider vinegar and essential oil anti-mold treatments! The internal tingling has dropped significantly down. It's pretty amazing considering I've had that internal tingling for over 15 years.

When people learn about the model of Neppe and Close they are quick to put it into perspective. Those interested in these type of ideas are quick to say well "Tom Campbell" has a better model that is easier to understand or what about this Arthur Young model, Laszlo model, Goswami, etc.....but Neppe and Close have anticipated such a reaction, as they got the same comparisons in their interpersonal dynamics. So they compiled an analysis of criteria that compared all the competing spiritual science unified models, with theirs of course getting the only perfect score.

It's a pretty funny tactical move but also works well to force people to take notice. What I found fascinating is, as the wife of Close emphasizes, it is his mathematical model that he calls the "Calculus of Distinctions" that is the foundation of the argument.

Basically he starts with the reason Fermat's Theorem can't be proved - because only when it's extended to three dimensions does it then provide the necessary symmetry to be proven. So then reality starts from this "sphere of awareness" of the three dimensions of consciousness that expands into the three dimensions of time and three dimensions of space for a total of nine physical dimensions.

Now I had never thought about Fermat's Theorem in terms of symmetry and noncommutative harmonics but it also gets into Godel's Theorem of incompleteness and the true meaning of infinity. Neppe and Close answer this with a process of "indivension" (new term) based on this triadic vortical paradigm. Suffice it to say they are working on a new book to further explain this, but make the claim that their model is falsifiable in terms of modern science, explaining the standard model of physics, along with dark matter, dark energy, etc.

So the point being that the anomalies in galaxies and electrons are explained once "gimmel" or consciousness is taken into account. Now my take on their model is that essentially it is a classical math attempt to deal with the inherent quantum limitation of reality - the time-frequency uncertainty. In fact if we just replace consciousness with time-frequency uncertainty or Fourier uncertainty then I think we find the answer. The key is that their three dimensions of time enables quantum relativity to allow reverse time as precognition and antimatter, with a vast order of infinity they call "extropy" - beyond "negative entropy."

So indeed Neppe and Close emphasize how the real point of quantum physics is that is basically overrules classical math of calculus so no longer does "zero" exist since there is an inherent limitation of the mathematical process - there is the inherent time-frequency uncertainty, which is really this noncommutative phase-space. This is really the secret they discovered in Fermat's Last Theorem. So they are incorporating that new limitation and foundation of quantum physics as the consciousness factor in their mathematics.

The problem is then they go on to say their math is symmetric and therefore explains why there is more matter in the universe than antimatter - and so why life exists, etc. When in fact, once again, what gets ignored by their "Unified" model is the ecological crisis and vast social injustice inherent to Western science since Plato and the very definition of symmetric math based on the lie of wrong music theory. At one point Close and Neppe group together Diophantine, Plato and Pythagoras as if there was no difference essentially - when as I have pointed out real Pythagorean philosophy has been lied about.

But they have produced a series of "explanatory" videos that actually don't explain to much. haha. more videos here.

Then there is a series of interviews with Neppe again not explaining too much.

So Close creates a basic math unit of the volume of the electron as the standard "1" source of three dimensions. The math from what I can tell uses some fudge factors - rounding - and is closely tied to the problem of a second parameter of time in quantum relativity. This is the exact same method that Julie Mortensen Brooks (pdf) used - and also that computer scientist I posted on - to convert Planck's constant into a general unit of time. I will have to look up their sources again. But the similarities in their attempt to convert quantum physics into a classical model based on the second parameter of time is quite fascinating.

Anyway Close has "hundreds of papers" posted on his blog - so I will check out more of them. But at least Neppe has several articles that give credence to real out of body experiences (not just some brain glitch) and also precognition and other psychic nonlocal phenomenon. I would say the "three in one" vortex model is very spot-on - as much as Western science can allow.