The Universe gives you knowledge

I believe the Universe contains an abundance of knowledge accumulated throughout time and somehow sends it to all points of the Universe, to be gathered by those who are able to receive and make use of it.

Most of us have heard of people coming up with an idea, all of a sudden. Either, they act on it, or they don’t. If they don’t, and they find out that someone else acted on the same idea in another part of the world, then you hear the person say, “I had the same Idea. I should have acted on it. I too would have been rich!”

What I believe is that the Universe showers planet Earth with unlimited knowledge where individuals receive this knowledge. I believe that the majority ignores the knowledge, dismiss them as frivolous, or deny them to be real. Thus, great knowledge is wasted and goes unused.

Most ideas are received by humans during their daily interactions in their conscious state when the mind is often overloaded with daily events that are greatly influenced by human emotions and body needs. Consequently, the knowledge received from the Universe is not retained by the mind and is easily dismissed. However, the Universe has a better success in implanting knowledge, when the human body is in a sleep state, where I think the mind is in a receiving mode.

Srinivasa Ramanujan

For example, Srinivasa Ramanujan, a Hindu Indian who lived from 1887 to 1920, reportedly experienced receiving knowledge when asleep.  Ramanujan said that the Hindu goddess Namagiri would appear in his dreams, showing him mathematical proofs, which he would write down when he awoke. He described one of his dreams as follows: “While asleep, I had an unusual experience. There was a red screen formed by flowing blood, as it were. I was observing it. Suddenly a hand began to write on the screen. I became all attention. That hand wrote a number of elliptic integrals. They stuck to my mind. As soon as I woke up, I committed them to writing.” He went to discover: mock modular forms that help physicists compute the entropy, or level of disorder of black holes, including string theory.

Another example is Albert Einstein, who wrote The Speed of Light. As a young man, Einstein dreamt he was sledding down a steep mountainside, going so fast, that eventually, he approached the speed of light. As this moment, the stars in his dream changed their appearance in relation to him. He awoke and meditated on this idea, soon formulating what would become one of the most famous scientific theories in the history of mankind. The dream was an inspiration for what was to become the Theory of Relativity. Einstein says that his entire scientific career was a meditation on this dream. It is thought that real neuron activities are complex and the oscillatory behaviors depend on the energy supply; as a result, the calculation and estimation of general energy are very important in dynamical systems.

So the question is, how does the Universe transfer knowledge from one point to another? I believe that dark matter, dark energy, and Axions are involved in the transferring of knowledge throughout the Universe.

Some researchers suspect that dark matter is made up of relatively few heavy particles, whereas others favor a hypothesis involving huge numbers of very light particles, known as Axions. Dark matter apparently neither absorbs nor emits light, which explains its name. Dark energy and dark matter make up about 95 percent of the cosmos.

We know how much dark energy there is because we know how it affects the universe’s expansion. More is unknown than is known. It turns out that roughly 70 percent of the universe is dark energy. One explanation of dark energy is that it is a property of space, which would cause the universe to expand faster and faster. It can be thought of as “quintessence,” or a fifth fundamental force following the known forces: gravity, electromagnetism, and the strong and weak nuclear forces.

Dark Matter
Dark Matter

I theorize that dark matter is the “empty space” we know to exist in the Universe while dark energy is the essence that facilitates transmission of knowledge via one of the known force: electromagnetism. Dark energy uses dark matter to transfer knowledge from one point to another in the Universe.

Since human’s beings are capable to handle electrical current between 25 and 40Hz, their dreams can influence regions of your brain that govern consciousness and self-awareness. Therefore, I surmise that the Universe effectively delivers knowledge and received by human being receive it during their sleep state.

In conclusion, we should pay closer attention to our dreams that specifically focus on resolving problems and/or shedding light on problems that bother us during our conscious state. To paraphrase Ramanujan, you must pay attention to your dreams.

The Universe gives you knowledge; don’t ignore it.





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