O'Barr, Gerald L.
March 11, 2013
This is a proposed explanation for our reality. It provides the base to all that we know. It includes guidance in the proper interpretation of the ether, quantum mechanics, relativity, and gravity and other space reaching forces. This is not science. Science normally goes from the known to the unknown. This approach starts out in the unknown, and tries to work its way back to the known. This approach is an assumption that the base to our reality must be simple. In fact, it must be the simplest of all possible things, otherwise, it could not be the base for those things that were simpler. The fact that it does not start out as science does not mean that it cannot end up being of use to our scientific understanding of the things around us.