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A truly surprising book
about everything and nothing, and why there is order over chaos. After
discovering cosmological expansion is speeding up in 1998, today astrophysicists
are beginning to openly state that our own universe is accelerating toward a
ground state of zero, a flat and empty space extending infinitely in all
directions. Astrophysicist Robert Caldwell has referred to this state as "The
ultimate singularity" while physicist Sean Carroll has stated "our universe
evolves to empty space",
as if this is now obvious.
What is this ultimate zero
doing in our future? Extending the work of David Bohm and Stephen Hawking,
Giorbran explains this infinitely vast final state in our future isn't
nothingness but is rather an overlapping (quantum) superposition of all possible
universes. Absolute zero is Einstein's timelessness, the native state of all
being, which has always existed and will always exist. The big bang happened,
but as Stephen Hawking states, our universe exists in another kind of time at
right angles to ordinary time. In other words, we exist permanently within the
timelessness of zero.
As the Australian computational mathematician Russell Standish states, "Something is the
inside view of Nothing".
Science inches forward
slowly but the discovery of
accelerating expansion is leading us to discover a much deeper level of reality, even from a purely scientific perspective, where all life across infinite worlds exists eternally unified within zero,
this forming an implicate omniscience ever present in our own future.
GEVIN GIORBRAN has authored three
books including "Exploring A Many Worlds Universe" in which he describes in
detail how our universe eventually ends as space expands perfectly flat and time
reaches absolute zero, a prediction based upon his model of an infinite and
timeless Multiverse, and all three books were written prior to 1998 when
astrophysicists discovered the expansion of the universe is in fact accelerating
towards absolute zero. While other scientists continue to grapple with this
discovery, in Everything Forever Giorbran eloquently explains for the lay reader
the governing role a cosmic zero plays in the evolution of all universes and all
described it better than anyone else so far. It's excellent, and is put in a way which is closer to uniting the mystical
and science, the ancient and the new."
Emma Wilcox B.Sc. Astrophysics
It is the world's
foundation which is playing a game with itself which in turn is the conditional space of free play for the world. The
inventory the foundation utilizes has been coined recently SOAPS [Space Of All Possible States] by Gevin Giorbran so
that we could visualize the experimentum mundi (in the sense of Bloch) as an actualization of 'SOAPS bubbles'."
Dr. Rainer Zimmermann
Mathematics, Ph.D. Philosophy
Professor, University of Kassel Germany
"I am at present
most fascinated with Giorbran's thoughts on absolutely flat and empty space. I think perhaps that is really
original. I don't know if he has found a crack in which to lay a chisel to lay open reality, as for instance Einstein
did thinking about light and lightspeed; but maybe, maybe..."
John Barnes Jr.
I read, I became more than simply interested in what I saw before me - I was completely absorbed by something I've never
before even considered possible."
Amazon Customer Reviews
By David J. Kreiter (Iowa City,
In this exhaustive masterpiece Gevin Giorbran gives us a unique and original
"hypothesis of everything". From the big bang, or Alpha state, to the final
Omega state, the universe is not winding down as the traditional explanation of
the second law of thermodynamics is currently understood. Rather, the universe
is going from one type of order, "grouping order" to another type, "symmetry
"Everything Forever" is the most significant book concerning the nature of
reality I've read in years. I highly recommend this book for those looking for a
simple and elegant hypothesis of the infinite, meaningful universe.
Author of Quantum Reality: A New Philosophical Perspective.
John. S. Parker (Portland, OR USA)
Giorbran has done a marvelous job
of pulling together all the various aspects and understandings of time into a
readable and, more importantly, understandable framework. He has a unique
ability to take complicated concepts and explain them simply, but
comprehensively. It is the best summary of Boltzmann's work leading to the
second law of thermodynamics that I have found. The relativistic concepts of
Einstein and even Stephen Hawking's "imaginary time" are explained in a
surprisingly graspable manner.
However, it is not simply another summary of past and current thought. He
develops his own ideas on the nature of order (what he calls "grouping" and
"symmetry" orders). And it is in these concepts of order and timelessness that
he lays his foundation for re-establishing meaning and purpose in the evolution
of the universe.
The book is solidly based in current scientific understanding of cosmology. But
he integrates these understandings in a new and exciting framework. The
quotations and references that are interspersed throughout the chapters provide
additional viewpoints as well as providing an attractive format. There are
multiple illustrations, pictures and charts which enhance and clarify the text.
The book is clearly the result of a long and thoughtful exploration by the
author. It is one that will enrich any reader.
By Dr. Lee Price (Seattle,
Giorbran's latest book is pure
genius. Well thought out, rewarding and thought provoking. He takes the concepts
of time, anti-time and timelessness and makes them easy to grasp. I particularly
enjoyed the section on how the future helps arrange the present. I wish I could
be around in a 100 years to see how current theories were altered by his
contributions. You will read this book more than once.
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