Premise1: Science is observation.
Therefore, it is empirical.
Premise2: Since it is empirical, the observation is done through experienced time and labeled, appropriately, “experience.”
Premise3: Since it is experienced through time, the cultivated science discipline of observation is experiential!
Premise4: Scientific study involves the discipline of observation through time, building experience of a scientific, disciplined mind searching for new phenomenon.
Premise5: Thought creates the illusion that the universe is expanding in a fixed rate of motion of matter, overall.
Premise6: Thought is an Earthly phenomenon–consideration of the heavens entails large-body physics –the illusion of matter expanding in the universe as the 4D reality, when more truth is borne, in 10D realty, plus the Consciousness Dimension (hence, 11D reality), as a universal quantum dimension with unique dynamic properties, and a series of events whose behavior is yet to be revealed.
Major Premise(A): To be enabled to observe particle physics and see dark matter, or what “is in the dark”, may actually need a paradigm shift from ignorance.
Premise7: To see “in the dark”, irregardless of whether we are dealing with “dark matter”, or requiring a paradigm shift, accepted and historically confirmed over time; requires cognitive faculties of a learning, experiential mind, mindful (this is also applies to neuro-world consciousness experience of focusing) of searching for the phenomenon that gives us clues for postulating theories that can have attempts made for correct scientific experiments that can be replicated around the world.
The key concept here is that: since the discipline of scientific observation is empirical, . . .
and what is studied or observed in the universal dimensions, looking for new phenomenon “in dark places”, or new vistas not yet accurately explained or described; requires a cognitive thought.
What that the thought is, or its properties or whether or not it is to be considered thought, and if not, how– will the cognitive note be written, follows.
The thing now to consider as important is that, since observation of natural phenomena is experienced, to not disrupt the universal phenomena “in play” takes cognitive marking of the observed event through time and corresponding written notes in order for the phenomenon to play in its entirety along a limited interval of time, and not be interrupted by–thoughts.
What I’m saying is that, since thought “cancels” universal consciousness and puts you squarely in this exoplanet’s gravity or seriousness, or even graveness, and gravity; the cognitive thought, “The light of Universal Consciousness”, is envisioned by an image, rather than intellect.
A trained scientist applies the discipline of a experiential mind. And since the observation is dark because of ignorance, or physical matter, the cognitive thought needed is not actually thought itself; but, rather an image or figure of illumination. Thought would actually break-up the quantum physics phenomenon’s behavior’s sequence of events during the interval of time allowed for searching and observation.
Universal observation involves instead, cognitive acknowledgement through imaging a figure conveying what at other times (other than the laboratory study), the cognitive on-going thought is “Light of Universal Consciousness”; imaging a figure like a lit lightbulb above the head, or more contemporaneously, cognitive imagery of a LED light belted to your forehead and providing illumination into fundamentally, the unknown, deep, and mysterious is correct procedure when investigating and capturing an elusive phenomenon or an idea that may not only be represented in the phenomenon, but actually be in one or more phenomena’s dimensions.
Thinking captures the moment, the illusion of the Earthly domain of existence; meanwhile learning from creative, innovative experiential minds focused on research in quatum physics using imagery, and not thought; expands are capability of developing knowledge in the Universal dimensions (11D).
Abraham Boulder, “–Keven”