The Theory of Everything – His Story!

 

You’ll discover what’s behind the genius of Stephen Hawking in this 2014 British biographical coming-of-age romantic drama film.

Bottom Line:  Love makes the world go-round with a big bang.

“There should be no boundary to human endeavor.  However bad life may seem where there is life there is hope.” – Stephen Hawking

Stephen’s black hole theory led him to an even greater realization life is unique and loves truly conquers all.    “Look at what we’ve made!”  – Stephen Hawking

In script writing, you’ll find that every scriptwriter wants to have a brilliant line like this one, to sum up, the grand endeavor.

Stephen’s personal script went beyond the ordinary.  His particle or particular view will lead the universal consciousness to discover His Story.  I give the film five stars, a raving review, and strongly recommend watching it.

Personally, I was captivated by the scenes of Stephen’s physical struggles of which I can unequivocally relate, and the desire to mentally reach beyond the stars, and the gentle nature that yearns to embrace love in its finest hour.  Furthermore, speaking of my particular view, I’m compelled to post my theory of everything – His Story (history).

Let me explain my theory, which is summed up in this line: The greatest script ever was written is inscribed in the stars and beyond!

WARNING:  Stop here, if you don’t want to go down the black hole.  Please understand, it will take some TIME to tell this tale.

If you’re ready to leap beyond the horizon into space then follow along as we move from theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking’s black hole to physicist Nassim Haramein’s black whole.

“What happened at the beginning of time?”  “Wind back the clock!”  “The universe was born from a black hole?”  – Hawking

“What unifies everything everywhere?”  “…were these ancient civilizations from all points across the globe leaving us detailed information about the fundamental physics of creation?” “…scientific evidence that everything is one.” – Haramein

You’ll discover the plot points as we move from Nassim Haramein’s documentary, The Connected Universe, to astrophysicist Hugh Ross’ Journey Toward Creation.  I recommend watching all the videos to grasp the concepts presented.   

Sundance: Indiegogo, Vimeo Launch Film Distribution Partnership

 

Physicist, Nassim Haramein

“Everything is connected from the cosmological level to the quantum level.”   

Similar to Stephen Hawking’s comment about Tide (detergent) in the trailer above, we’re about to discover some secrets that are right in front of our eyes.  These secrets cover the cosmological level and quantum level, the visible and invisible, and the relationship between man and God.

First, a quick note about How to Write a Script Outline: the eight major plot points (Scribe Meets World)

“You can create the most interesting character (humans) in the world (universe), but without an equally interesting plot, the audience will not want to spend 90-120 minutes with that person. For example, many people find Charlie Sheen’s current 2011 self-destructive spiral interesting to read and gossip about. But would they want to spend an hour and a half of their lives watching him swill alcohol, do drugs, and oogle women?  I think not.  But give Charlie boy a goal–perhaps to rejoin Two and a Half Men, the successful sitcom he was kicked off of–while he overcomes his addiction to alcohol, drugs, and women…”

I’ll highlight the major plot points to give a structure to this post. Finally, I’ll wrap up this take on the greatest script ever written with my view on the matter.

It’s not a silent movie!  The soundtrack is played on space itself…” – Janna Levin

 

Janna Levin, Astrophysicist, Theoretical Cosmologist

“However bad life may seem where there is life there is hope.”
There should be no boundary to human endeavor.” – Stephen Hawking

You’ll soon discover that LIFE is finely tuned and designed for US!  Yes, human beings are positioned right in the middle of things.

The midpoint marks the moment where they stop seeing each other as enemies, usually by accomplishing a minor, but important, goal together.  

The point of commitment is where your main character reaffirms his commitment to his goal.

The point of commitment happens around page 60 of your screenplay.  – Scribe Meets World

 

“…everything has a singularity at its center and so I thought everything was just a different size black hole.”

The Search for the Fundamental Pattern brings us to plot point one.

In television and film, a plot point is a significant event within a plot that SPINS the action around in another direction.

The concept of “Nasty Infinities,” not quite Charlie Sheen spiraling out of control, however, are renormalized instead of being discarded. Planck’s distance, roughly equal to 1.6 x 10-35 m or about 10-20 times the size of a proton, gives us something to work with when dealing with the potential of the vacuum. This concept is fundamental to creation.  If you put the number of these little dots in a centimeter cube of space (a vacuum), you’ll have a finite density for the vacuum fluctuation. Then you could calculate how much mass, renormalized vacuum density, exists for the universe, galaxy, or atom. The real question is this: how did an infinite amount of energy divide and created subatomic particles?  Maybe vacuum energy has structure and wasn’t random fluctuations but had a boundary fractal structure (geometric structure).

How do you describe it?  Maybe everything in the universe is just a division of that energy density of the vacuum in various scales.

Elisabeth A. Rausher, Ph.D, physicist in collaboration with Nassim Haramein, present a Scaling Law (yet to be published) that uses the radius and frequency data points on the scale shown below.  The data points represent universal size, galactic size, solar dynamics, interstellar dynamics, and crossing the boundary into atomic (from cosmological level to quantum level) level all the way to Planck’s constant with an obvious linear progression.  Adding the biological resolution – the size of the sphere of our cells and their frequency level – brought them to discover the information feedback loop between the radiated side and the contracted side happens to fall exactly at the mid point!

Information doesn’t just flow into black holes but flows out as well – Nassim Haramein

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The Midpoint:  “You are the Event Horizon” the biological link (boundary) between the large and the small.  Instead of seeing yourself as an insignificant dot in the universe, you start to see yourself as the center of creation.  If you have come to these conclusions, you must have come to this conclusion finding out everyone else is the center of their universe as well and thus, we are all equal and we are all one.”  – Nassim Haramein

It’s In Every one of Us

 

“I’ve realized that I bought this ticket and watching only half of the show.”  “But there is scenery and lights and a cast of thousands…”

Plot point two is an adverse event in the story that launches the third act.  We have scientific evidence that LIFE is not by accident and what’s more…the script writer is interacting in the show similar to how an artist paints themselves into their art work.

We have all heard about “Big Bang” theory which states, among other things, that the whole universe started out as an infinitely small point in space called a singularity.   And then “blew up” in a “massive explosion”, thereby creating space where there had been none before and space has been expanding ever since (at an ever accelerating rate, a process is literally known as “inflation”). – Nassim Haramein

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It’s in all of us to be wise!

 

“Number six is a small black dot (hole) for example, which conveniently sits at the center of the numbers 1 through 12.” – Daniel Tammet  Notice that the number six positioned in the center on the diagram of the Tree of Life.

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“What about bigger numbers?  Well, you can’t get bigger than Pi…(approximate fraction 22/7) the mathematical constant.”  What about fluid dynamics can it be found in art work as well?
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 The Unexpected Math Behind Van Gogh’s Starry Night

 

 

 

So far, we’ve covered the secrets of the cosmological level and quantum level, the visible and invisible, and now we’ll go into the relationship between man and God.

Pale Blue Dot – The Universe of Aristotle and Ptolemy

 

“All Is Lost  At this moment.  Your main character has experienced an extreme setback.

He’s the farthest he can possibly be from his goal, and it seems impossible for him to accomplish it.

This moment usually marks the end of Act II.”   Scribe Meets World

Have we lost hope for humanity?  How can we put belief to the test?

God’s Sabbath (Epoch of Rest which we are currently in) explains why present-day science reveals only natural processes at work.  Most biologist focus their research on the current era, whereas, if your research comes from the past as it does in astronomy, you’ll find the evidence for a personal God.

It’s not about design in the sense that all scientists admit in their research that we see overwhelming evidence for intelligent design.  The real debate is who or what is responsible for the design we see in the universe, Earth, and its life.  Is the scientific evidence for a creator shrinking or growing?  The Bible states that God creates independent of space and time: “Singularity beginning” may be found in the books of Genesis. Psalm, Isaiah, Hebrews, John, and Col.  The causal agent beyond space and time must be a personal being because only a personal being should demonstrate the attributes of intellect, knowledge, creativity, power, and care for his creation.  This is not only acknowledged by those who take a Christian perspective, but it has been acknowledged by physicists and astronomers who take an atheistic perspective.  – Hugh Ross

YOU have a ticket, and this spiral is worth watching through the whole show.

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The more I examine the universe, the more evidence I find that the universe, in some sense, must have known we were coming.  – Freeman Dyson, Disturbing the Universe, p.250

Discovery of extrasolar planets makes the coincidences of our planetary condition far less compelling evidence that the Earth was carefully designed just to please us humans. – Stephen Hawking, The Grand Design, p.153  (Extrasolar planets aren’t just right or finely tuned for LIFE)

Let’s talk about that constant in the universe.

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Astronomers have developed nine independent observational demonstrations that show not only is the dark matter and energy real, it is the dominant component of the universe.

 

 

 

Space-Time Theorems:  If the universe contains mass and general relativity reliably describes cosmic dynamics, then space and time must be created by a causal agent who transcends space and time.

Space-Time Theorems:  Any universe that expands on average has a beginning in the past and must be created by a transcendent causal agent.  – Borde, Vilenkin, Guth

Dark Energy: Arranging the universe as we think it is arranged would have required a miracle.  …An external Agent (to space and time) intervened in cosmic history for reasons of its own. – Dyson, Kleban, and Susskind, Disturbing Implications of a Cosmological Constant

 

Astrophysicist, Hugh Ross

“The more astronomers learn about the universe the more evidence they find that the conditions necessary for life are far more numerous and far narrower than anyone imagined.  During our journey back in time we have explored just a few of over 200 finely tuned characteristics needed in order for any life to exist on any planet.  This idea known in astronomical circles the entropic principle demonstrates that the universe has been crafted for the benefit of man.”  – Hugh Ross

Dr. Tony Rothman, professor of Physics at Bryn Mawr College, states this, “when confronted with the order and beauty of the universe and the strange coincidences of nature…it’s very tempting to take the leap of faith from science into religion.”

If you’ve followed my website or blog from the beginning of my writing journey, then you’d have noticed the theme of my plots, poems, and posts are all pieces of my Theory of Everything.

In the climax, your main character has gathered his resources (both internal and external).  In this showdown, he will test his mettle against the opposing forces that have thwarted him from achieving his goal.  If he has a tragic flaw, in the climax, he demonstrates that he has overcome it.  All the lessons he learned during the second act will pay off in the climax.   Scribe Meets World

My final take:  Science provides evidence or elements of a creator…a script…and our ability to witness the effects in action. We can see in the universe all the unique things that need to occur to create LIFE, and that each fractal movement inward and outward occurs at different levels with the same precision and accuracy.  The human experience is meant to give feed back to the Creator with the intent of eventually eliminating all unwanted parts to create an eternal, perfect universe. Characters in the universe play their role as each one of us plays our part in the larger scheme of things.  All the soul’s information will complete the moving picture pixel by pixel to present a grand masterpiece.

The greatest script ever was written is inscribed in the stars and beyond!  It is His Story.

“Adding the biological resolution.”
Resolution If your screenplay has a happy ending, the resolution is the best part for your hero.
He gets to enjoy the fruits of his labor.  His world is in balance again.

The Creator’s story is about LOVE and LIFE.

“Look at what we’ve made!”   Stephen Hawking

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© March 14, 2015
Betsy Banfield Malone

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…is in honor and memory of Tessa, my small Maltese born October 6, 1993, and passed away September 18, 2009.

I was considered the 3rd dog in Tessa’s pack. Her first master was the first dog, Tessa was the second dog, and I was the third dog. No matter what I’d do to gain respect or position in Tessa’s eyes… I was “ the third dog.” She was so adorable and such a character. I caved to her demands…and she was very demanding…which brought me joy and contentment. Her demands were begging for food and sitting on my lap.

Tessa had a few quirky personality traits based on her past…growing up in a less than ideal environment thrown into the backyard with two Dobermans to fend for herself. She was about 3 pounds at that time the runt and a spitfire. Not far from being a replica of me….she made me smile with joy at her attitude.

Quite the problem solver

She also liked mischief and got herself into some severe problems. Like the time she discovered chocolate candy on the coffee table and laid in wait for her moment to snatch the candy bars run upstairs and hide them under the bed until nightfall. In the middle of the night, I awoke to a banging noise. It was Tessa banging her water bowl against the metal stairs to get my attention. I soon discovered several empty candy wrappers, piles of vomit everywhere, and Tessa hitting the bowl. It is unbelievable that she survived that terrible episode eating more candy bars than I could… at one time!

Filled with inspiration

She will always be my inspiration and a reminder of perfection.

As I emerged in the second half of my journey as a storyteller, launched myself into the world of screenwriting, and left behind an entirely different phase of my life, I also had to let go of my friend…my companion my little spitfire Tessa.

I will forever be the 3rd dog.