The second edition of Proposing a “New” Cosmology Beyond Death Science probes into how prominent theories of physical cosmology intermix with religious ideologies, especially New Age teachings, in their definitions of a cosmological origin. While science and religion tend to dismiss one another, they both commonly oversimplify an origin of creation as an all-in-one entity able to create an entire universe or cosmos from within itself as a respective “big bang.”
As this is largely a conceptual book, it briefly explores the Big Bang theory, fractals, special and general relativity, M-theory, the Higgs boson and field, multiple dimensions and universes, and more in order to gain a basic but workable model of creation organizing the levels of interplay and similarity between waves, particles, and fields. This model extends to undiscovered or “new science” spaces of energy we can sense and somewhat understand when we explore beyond currently established boundaries.
Ultimately, or rather foundationally, this model arrives at the source before creation, which is not a zero-point or field because it does not contain any universal component. If we apply a loose correlation to our respective energies, this source is most similar to a nonreactive, pre-hydrogen-like, pre-gaseous essence. This distinct, pure essence is conscious, and it can extend its awareness to all living beings through the core aspect of our compositional templates and DNA.
The primary theme posits that living consciousness and eternal energy substances precede the creation of “death science” based on decay. Our immediate galaxy and universe are a struggling system that could not exist without an eternal foundation in a vast cosmology.