The basis of our physics model that includes the human subject is the complex number plane, spanning the real and imaginary numbers. Everything that we observe through the senses is measurable by positive real numbers - we do not observe anything as an object that is negative or imaginary. However the mathematical language of physics, that historically has been focused solely on physical objects, describe certain imaginary quantities, notably the electrostatic and magnetostatic fields.
Moreover, contemporary physics predicts a balance of positive and negative mass/energy at the cosmic (macro) and quantum (micro) limits of scale, and yet this negative mass/energy is conspicuously absent at the human scale, within the range of our experience. A natural conclusion, and the keystone of our model, is that the negative mass/energy necessary to balance the observed positive mass/energy of physical objects, is the unconscious subjective idea that corresponds to the physical object. This places the conscious entity at the center of our model.
The interface between the subjective idea and the object of the senses is the imaginary (or virtual) space, which in human experience is the realm of emotions. According to our model, emotions are electromagnetic, but they are fractal, since they necessarily scale from the physical object of the senses (which is global/universal) to the scale of the individual psyche. Fractal electromagnetism is a new area of research that we predict will lead to shared virtual spaces that enable humans to scale small-group emotional resonance towards a global scale. The enabling dynamics of these virtual spaces will be quasi-gravitational objects that are simultaneously technological and psychological entities.
Electromagnetism in terms of Space and Time. A Model Enabled by Including the Human Subject.
By Ben Werner, Cadell Last, Gael Van Weyenbergh, James Redenbaugh.
Abstract: A description of electromagnetism in terms of space and time has remained unknown. Historical attempts have posited extra dimensions of space, yet the underlying philosophical barrier is the exclusion of the human subject. The virtual/imaginary status of electrostatic and magnetostatic fields suggests that we are composed of a wave oscillating at a human scale of space and time. We infer this wave is a rotation of awareness between the positive mass/energy forming an object of the senses and the negative mass/energy forming the unconscious idea of the object, through a virtual/imaginary dimension. Building a model from this starting point, we recognize the electrostatic and magnetostatic fields as tension/torsion between an object and the unconscious idea of the object, when there is an offset between either the object or the idea of the object between the present moment and either the past or the future. This model illustrates the identity of the speed of light with the speed of time. In review, we offer a framework for the synthesis of the objectivity of physics and the subjectivity of the humanities, wherein emotions are fractal electromagnetic waves. We predict applications of this model that are simultaneously technological and psychological, enabling humanity to function as a collective organism through virtual emotional resonance.