## Introduction to the Tetron Thesis This short introduction was written several years ago.

The four Tetron Thesis equations are depicted in the author's July 4, 2001, portrait by his wife at 2003 Tetron Thesis Explanation

THE TETRON THESIS Introduction

This is an attempt to describe the operation of natural law, in the form of the equations of a testable unified field theory (herein defined as a simple set of equations describing all of physical reality, all events in nature no matter where or when, with a probability of one, i.e., 100% certainty). This "theory" is a simple set of mathematical equations whose conclusion is the absolute identity of observer and observed, and whose hypothesis is that the definitional character of the human mind delineates each observable reality, relative to the identity of the observer, through the operation of Tetron, which can be grasped as strongly by our thinking as arithmetic, algebra or geometry. Tetron very simply is the operator which has the meaning of the square of a direction oriented relative to the identity of the observer. The recognition, acceptance, and fuller understanding of Tetron as the human mind's consciousness consciousness orientation funtion of light means the end of the Atomic Age and the beginning of the Tetronic Age of true peace, harmony among all life and free natural abundance as paradise on earth.

Tetron Natural Unified Field Theory

The Tetron Thesis is a correction and completion of present day interpretations of Einstein's principle of the equivalence of energy and mass (that the value of the energy of any given system of reality under observation is equal to the product of the mass of that system and the square of the quanitity "C"). "C" is widely considered to be the constant value of the speed of light. However, more correctly stated, it is in fact the velocity of light (a vector) which has a constant value irrespective of direction oriented relative to the observer. That is to say, it is the only physical reality measurement parameter which is "pegged" not to the notion of an objective reality reference frame, but is "pegged" to the identity of the observer (the observer's vector point of awareness). This distinction would seem irrelevant here if one accepts the "mathematical convention" that the value of the square of a direction is simply equal to one, hence the value of the square of a vector like "C" is just the scalar value of the square of the speed of light. For example, if we look at the square of the speed of ten miles per hour, we get one hundred miles squared per hour squared. If we consider the value of the square of the vector ten miles per hour North, we get one hundred miles squared per hour squared North squared. To accept the present day "mathematical convention" that "North squared" is equal to one is to say that because we can't mentally grasp or understand what "North squared" really means, we assume that for all intents and purposes it is equal to one. Apparently, before this time no one has challenged this "convention" with regard to "C".

The Tetron Thesis begins with this challenge. To assume that the square of the velocity of light oriented to a given observer is the same as the value of the square of the speed of light, is to ignore the importance of its value in defining a "relative reality reference frame". This could be called not only a fundamental compromise about the nature of light, but also a fundamental compromise about the nature of truth itself, at the cornerstone of modern science, the fallacious assumption that physcial reality is exclusively objective in nature.

The first two equations of the Tetron Natural Unified Field Theory define an expansion of terms where "Tetra" represents the identity of the system of reality under observation, "Psi" represents the identity of the observer and "Tetron" is the mathematical function which, when it operates on the scalar value of the square of the speed of light, describes the correct value of the square of the velocity of light oriented to observer "Psi". That is: (1) The expression "the value of the energy of any given system of reality under observation is equal to the product of the mass of that system and the square of the speed of light" (E equals m times C squared) is more correctly described by the expression "the value of the energy of any given system of reality under observation is equal to the product of the mass of that system and the square of the velocity of light oriented to the observer" (E sub-Tetra equals m sub-Tetra times C-dot sub-Psi squared), where (2) C-dot sub-Psi squared is defined identically equal to Tetron operating on C squared. Thusly, Tetron is introduced to represent a light correction factor as the mathematical operator which "adds back", to C^2, the concept of the square of the direction of light oriented relative to the observer. So far this is nothing hypothetical.

The hypothesis here is: (3) That the identity of the system of reality under observation is equal to Tetron operating on the identity of the observer (Tetra equals Tetron of Psi). This means that Tetron is the human mind's consciousness orientation function of light, the mathematical relationship of mind between observer and observed. The great challenge ahead is the quantification of identical dynamic measurement parameters for observer and observed, which will be the pre-requisite for testing this hypothesis.

The concluding equation of the Tetron Thesis is that beyond the definitional character of the human mind, that observer and observed are absolutely identically equal, All is One (Psi is absolutely identically equal to Tetra).

Addendum of November 5, 2014: A decade after writing the above version of my explanation of what I see as an important overlooked property of the nature of light, the C in E=mC^2, a mathematician convinced me that there are valid and deeper reasons than "mathematical convention" that support the result that the square of the direction component of a vector is equal to one.

Nevertheless this does not negate the reasoning above regarding the observation that C is pegged to the relative identity of the observer and not to the notion of an external reality reference frame.

The question becomes how to quantify and qualify the relative identity of the observer, in order to test for the mind-matter effect.

This I believe has been started by the empirical studies on graphoanalysis of personality traits from variations in handwriting strokes that for example shows certain personality traits in common among those with demonstrated psychic abilities. Email: gear2000@lightspeed.net