Consciousness Mechanics

Consciousness Mechanics is the branch of mechanics that deals with the mathematical description of motions and interactions at the deepest level of reality — consciousness-energy or simply cen. At this level (cen), every possible measurement that can be made on a system is described by a cen operator, while a cen function is a rule, expression, or law defining a relationship between one variable and the other. Quantum Mechanics is the branch of mechanics, which provides the mathematical description of motions and interactions at the scale of atoms and subatomic particles. Hence, Consciousness Mechanics is to Consciousness Physics what Quantum Mechanics is to Quantum Physics.


In addition, Consciousness Mechanics, or the Mathematics of Consciousness Physics, is developed based on the TEMIC approaches and others. As a corollary to the alternative names for Consciousness Physics stated above, the Mathematics of Consciousness Physics can also be called Consciousness Mechanics, the Mathematics of the absolute vacuum, the Mathematics of Nothing, the Mathematics of all things in existence, and the Mathematics of Infinities. All these terms will be used interchangeably in this study to mean the same field.

Also, based on the close relationship between Quantum Physics and Consciousness Physics as stated on the Consciousness Physics page, in this emerging field, Consciousness Mechanics generalizes the principles of Quantum Mechanics, especially the superposition principle, to every possible dimension. 

Hence, Consciousness Mechanics is advanced Quantum Mechanics. 

The mathematical frameworks of the emerging field of Consciousness Physics developed in this Project are based primarily on Quantum Mechanics, Classical Mechanics, Relativity, Abstract Algebra, Statistics, and many other areas.