Precognitive Tilings and Quasicrystals
(c) Robert Neil Boyd


[R. N. Boyd]:

Consider Penrose tilings. There is a precognitive requirement involved with the formation of what are called quasicrystals, which requires 4th, 5th, or higher dimensions to be involved in the tiling process. Why shouldn't QM be involved with the same requirements? Tony Smith's TOE tells me that QM does involve hyperdimensionality. This lays the issue of "collapse of the wave function" to rest, because in a precognitive system, there is no collapse. The system is preordained and preordered by the quantum potential acting in a hyperdimensional way as per Penrose tilings and as evidenced physically in the form of quasi-crystals.

I call this the "quantum event potential" (potential meaning "future"). Perhaps we should call it the "quantum future".

Sic., in order for an event to occur, there must exist, a priori, a potential for the event to happen. This potential is instrumentable in the form of various precursor events, particularly in the form of orderings of non-linear systems, and is contained in the information field that is called the quantum potential. The information field is hyperdimensional and probably operates on an extra-normal time axis, and/or superluminally.

It is this event potential which is observable in the form of pre-orderings of substructures in highly non-linear materials, such as the vacuum substrate. This is the basis of the various functional oracular systems, such as the I-Ching. This is related to the Schroedinger equations and DeBroglie waves.