From Chapter 16 — Un-blinding the 4th Spatial Dimension Inside, Outside and All Around
A Cone is a sector of a Sphere. If the Radius of the Cone and Sphere correspond to the Inside-Outside Axis of the 4th Spatial Dimension, the base and cross-sections of the Cone and circumference of each Sphere within surrounding Spheres of Magnitude correspond to 3-dimensional Planes of Magnitude. All of these physical Planes of Magnitude can be mathematically plotted on radial axes of the 4th spatial dimension from the geometrical center of planet Earth in a four-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system.
These Spheres of Magnitude and Cones of Vision corresponds to 3-dimensional Spheres and Planes of Universe we actually see and have scientifically measured from the surface of Macroscopic Earth. The Visible Stars above our head and the Macroscopic Earth under our feet comprise a Cone of Vision we can see with our unaided eye. When we enhance the power of our organic physical vision with the aid of our telescopes, we are able to adjust our 2-dimensional focal Plane of Vision in an outward direction just as we adjusted our 2-dimensional focal Plane of Vision inward with the lenses and focal capacity of our microscopes. Each 2-dimensional Plane of Vision in either direction corresponds to a 3-dimensional Magnitude of Space and Mass, which collectively integrate into a 4-spatial dimensional Cone of Magnitudes.
With our unaided human physical vision, looking up, down and all around from a locus point on the surface of Earth, we have a macroscopic Cone of Vision that extends from the visible stars at night (250 light-years above our head) to the surface of macroscopic Earth. With the microscope and other scientific instruments, we have a Cone of Vision that extends from the surface of macroscopic planet Earth inward to and beyond the atomic nucleus of hydrogen, the smallest atom in the universe. With the telescope, we have a Cone of Vision that extends from our macroscopic locus on the surface of planet Earth to the largest known scale of structure in the universe, the nearly homogeneous supercluster structure of galaxies (visible 1 to 10 billion light-years from Earth). We can combine these three cones of vision—microscopic, macroscopic, telescopic—into a single Cone of Vision that extends from the largest known scale of structure in the universe to and beyond the nucleus of the smallest atom hydrogen, which corresponds to a single Cone of Magnitudes that spans all Magnitudes of Structure, Mass and Force in the Physical Universe. Keeping in mind that Magnification is a function of Vision and Magnitude is a function of Existence, this Cone of Vision corresponds directly to a Cone of Magnitudes plotted on a 4th spatial dimensional Radius of Universe from the geometrical center of planet Earth. This Cosmosphere and its sectors constitute a Representative Homogeneous Sample of Physical Universe
From our Locus of Vision on the surface of Earth, looking outward and inward on the radial axis of this 4th spatial dimension, each focal Plane of Vision (Focus of Vision) reveals a 3-dimensional Plane of Magnitude (Object of Vision) within a mathematical Cone of Magnitudes that corresponds directly to the physical universe we see, experience and know through our organic eyes and scientific instruments. This Sphere of Universe plotted on a 4th spatial dimensional Radius from the geometrical center of Planet Earth is no different in geometrical terms than the 20th century topographies in which the total Physical Universe is represented as a 3-dimensional Surface of Sphere around a 4th spatial dimensional Radius, except the 4th spatial dimensional Radius of this Representative Sample of Physical Universe correspond to 3-dimensional magnitudes of universe space and structure we can actually see and measure. We are no longer looking at a circumferential sheet of abstract topography in a theoretical universe that is beyond the power of physical science to see, measure and test. We are looking at a 4-dimensional geometrical formulation of clearly defined magnitudes of visible physical universe structure that are scientifically known to exist.
From Chapter 23 – Inner Space and Outer Space of Earth and Man
In order to extend the power of our scientific sight into the Pre-Bang Universe, we need to be able to conceptually frame the Pre-Bang Universe in relationship to Post-Bang Universe at all levels of magnitude. After demonstrating that the Post-Bang Universe arises from the Pre-Bang Universe galaxy by galaxy from the Big-Bang process of hydrogen synthesis at galaxy center, in order to frame the Post-Bang Universe and Pre-Bang Universe as a unified scientific system that is within the range and reach of direct scientific investigation, I circumscribed the Milky Way Galaxy as a Mathematical Grid Map of Pre-Bang + Post-Bang Universe in Composite 3- and 4-Spatial Dimensions. I then showed how telescopic, macroscopic and microscopic Cones of Vision can be integrated into a 4-dimensional Cone of Magnitudes that corresponds directly with scientific experience. I then showed how the Cone and Tunnel of Magnitudes in 4th Spatial Dimension can be extended in stepwise—stop-and-look manner—from Galaxy to Planet Earth to Stone in Hand to Grain of Sand to Crystal to Atom to Particle to show how Geometrical Magnitudes of Mass are arranged on the inside-outside axis of the 4th spatial dimension. Using an anatomical model of a human organ, I then showed how the Spiral of Magnitudes within Cone of Magnitudes encompasses all Multiform Magnitudes of Mass within the anatomical structure of a human being, with each cross-sectional Plane of Magnitude corresponding directly with a 3-dimensional focal plane of scientific vision.
By extending the Apex of the Cone of Magnitudes stepwise inward from Galaxy to Planet to Human Being to Cell to Atom to Particle, we can maintain our orientation within the Post-Bang + Pre-Bang Sphere of Galaxy Space at each level of magnitude all the way to and through the Inner Space of Earth and Man.
The Cone of Magnitudes defines Space in both composite 3- and 4-spaital dimensions. From a Locus of Vision near the Andromeda Galaxy, the Milky Way Galaxy can be viewed as a whole (telescopic view of Andromeda Galaxy used in inset to reciprocally represent spiral appearance of Milky Way Galaxy viewed from Outer Space within the Pre-Bang + Post-Bang Sphere of Galaxy Space). From the Base of the Galaxy Cone of Magnitudes (Top Left), Planet Earth is a subvisible Point of Magnitude forming the Apex of Cone. Within the apical region of the Galaxy Cone of Magnitudes, Planet Earth is visible as a Composite Sphere of Magnitudes (Top Middle). When the Apex of Cone is extended inward from Planet to Cell within an Organ in a Human Being on Planet Earth, the Cell is a subvisible Point of Magnitude forming the Apex of Cone. Within the apical region of the extended Cone of Magnitudes, the Cell becomes visible as a Composite Sphere of Magnitudes (Top Right). When the Apex of Cone is extended further inward to a hydrogen Atom within the Cell, the Atom is a subvisible Point of Magnitude forming the Apex of Cone. From Spiral Galaxy to Planet to Hydrogen Atom, the Cone of Magnitudes now extends through a representative sample of the full evolutionary depth of the Post-Bang Universe in the 4th spatial dimension.
From Chapter 22 – Inner Space and Outer Space of Galaxy and Earth
In the sequence of evolution that progresses from Existence to Experience to Knowledge, human beings became Experiencers of Existence through the evolution of the physical senses. With the invention of the telescope, microscope and other scientific instruments of visualization, our sense organ capacity as a species evolved further so that we are no longer constrained by the limitations of our organic physical eyes. By converting the data of telescopic, macroscopic and microscopic magnification into a mathematical array of Spectrum of Magnitudes in the 4th spatial dimension, it is possible to mathematically frame any range of magnitudes in the Sphere of Galaxy Space into a virtual reality model of its composite and component structural nature that proportionately maintains the in situ relationships of space to mass at all levels of magnitude. This gives us the capacity to correspond and integrate our visual Experience of Existence and conceptual Knowledge of Existence at all levels of magnitude in both 3- and 4-spatial dimensions. By defining the range of the Spiral of Magnitudes in the Sphere, Cone and Tunnel, we can view any defined Object of Vision in both 3- and 4-spatial dimensions without becoming disoriented.
In order to cone down through the magnitudes in the 4th spatial dimension, it is most useful to define a Cone of Magnitudes that corresponds directly to scientific telescopic, macroscopic and microscopic visual Experience. By designating Planet Earth as the apex of the Cone of Magnitudes within the mathematically defined Sphere of Galaxy Space, a 3-dimensional space-space continuum (Spiral of Magnitudes within the Cone) can be formulated that maximally corresponds to the range and reach of direct scientific measure and data of human experience, thereby rendering theory testable. This geometrical framework mathematically encompasses the Unknown (Pre-Bang Universe) in relationship to the Known (Post-Bang Universe) at all levels of magnitude and frames the 4th spatial dimension in comprehensible visual terms.
When you think like a microscopist as you examine the Sphere of Galaxy Space in hand, by defining the focal capacity of our Locus and Focus of Vision to mathematically adapt to the size of the Objects of Vision being framed into view, which is like changing the lens power of a Cosmos Microscope to see within sub-visible Planes of Magnitude, you can see how the tapestry of the Cosmos threads together as an integrated whole in the 4th spatial dimension. Like a microscopist coning down through the magnitudes within an Object of Vision under study, the Galaxy, Planet Earth, Human Being, Cell, Atom and Particle are each Points of Magnitude within corresponding Planes of Magnitude aligned on the inside-outside axis of a mathematically defined Cone of Magnitudes (Cone of Depth) within the 4-spatial dimensional composite structure of the Galaxy.
In the Sphere, Cone and Tunnel of Magnitudes, the axis of the 4th spatial dimension is mathematically defined by physical Points of Magnitude (Galaxy, Stars, Atoms, Particles) in the Spectrum of Magnitudes. Whereas the Grid-Mapped Sphere and Extended Sphere of Galaxy Space form a geometrical frame of reference of the Whole, the Cone of Magnitudes mathematically defines a focal Frame of Reference for the Post-Bang + Pre-Bang Universe within the Sphere of Galaxy Space that geometrically corresponds to the direct range and reach of scientific investigation and human visual experience. Points of Magnitude in the Spectrum of Magnitudes mathematically define the Cone of Magnitudes in the 4th spatial dimension. The Spiral of Magnitudes defines Space in both 3- and 4-spatial dimensions in relationship to physical Points of Magnitude (Galaxy, Star, Atom, Particle) that are mathematical constants that define the axis and range of the Cone of Magnitudes.
From Origin and Evolution of the Universe, a Unified Scientific Theory by Paul Hollister, M.D. Copyright 2004