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Andrey PUZIKOV Publication Date The physics of Limitlessness As the theoretical research progresses, it becomes necessary to seriously correct the conclusions made earlier, to correct errors that are inevitable in such a new and unexplored direction of science, and to add new aspects of the research.
Annotation This research was originally aimed at studying consciousness in conjunction with the concept of Limitlessness and suggested a psychological aspect rather than a physical one. The subject of physical science was taken into account as a product of human consciousness. However, in a certain sense, unexpectedly for the author, the research process not only opened a completely new look at the foundation of physical science, but allowed to obtain simple and beautiful formulas of basic physical laws of the structure of the Universe. The theoretical model and the formulas resulting from it allow us to calculate the exact values of the physical characteristics of the Universe that physical science was able to obtain through complex and multiple experiments and practical measurements; establish the exact relationship of the gravitational constant with the electric constant and the Planck constant, reduce their origin to the same fundamental process; allow us to understand the whole process of the origin and evolution of the Universe, the structure of the physical world. The exact coincidence of theoretically obtained values with experimental data leaves no doubt about the correctness of this model of the structure of the physical world. The physical formulas obtained include only one new quantity previously unknown to science  the dimensionless number 2^{128}, the eighth member of the sequence: 2^{1},2^{2},2^{4},2^{8},2^{16},2^{32},2^{64},2^{128}. This is the socalled numerical size of our Universe  its quantum characteristic, the total number of its quanta of state, which determine its complete cycle of its own eternity. Time, as a sequence of quanta of state, instead of the principle of continuous flow of time adopted in traditional physics, is the main difference between this model and traditional ones. This theoretical model of the structure of the physical world is only the first step towards building a completely new physical science. Further research opportunities in this direction are enormous and require massive participation of both theoretical physicists and experimenters. 1. The Limitlessness as a fundamental reality Limitlessness in its allencompassing essence cannot be defined within the framework of formal logic, since any definition automatically imposes a restriction on the object being determined. Therefore, in giving the definition of Limitlessness, we recognize that we do not define Limitlessness as such, but the primary substance in which the evolution of our being takes place, which is the consequence of the primary restriction expressed in that it exists. Definition (d1): The Limitlessness is that which has no restrictions. Let us prove three basic theorems of Limitlessness. Theorem (t1): Limitlessness, or what has no restrictions, is allencompassing. Proof: Let's assume that there is something that is not covered by Limitlessness. In this case, a restriction is imposed on Limitlessness, expressed in the fact that Limitlessness does not cover this something. This contradicts the definition of Limitlessness. Consequently, the theorem can be considered proved. Theorem (t2): Any part of Limitlessness is identical with the whole of Limitlessness. Proof: If in any part of Limitlessness there are some restrictions, it follows that Limitlessness itself is restricted by these restrictions in this part of itself, which contradicts the definition of Limitlessness. Therefore, parts of Limitlessness cannot have restrictions, and thus is completely identical to all Limitlessness in accordance with the definition. The theorem can be considered proved. Theorem (t3) The Limitlessness is symmetrical with respect to any of its parts. Proof: If the Limitlessness is not symmetrical with respect to one of its parts, it will mean that Limitlessness is divided into two parts that are not identical to each other, which contradicts theorem (t2). The theorem can be considered proved. It follows from Theorem (t2) and Theorem (t3) that any part of Limitlessness is symmetric with respect to any other part of it. 2. States of Limitlessness. Duration and cycle of eternity In accordance with the theorem (t1), any being is a part of Limitlessness. But the existence of any form in space and time, as well as space and time itself, is inextricably linked with the principle of duration, which in itself is a determining and restricting condition imposed on Limitlessness. On the other hand, in accordance with the same theorem (t1), any defining and restricting conditions themselves must be parts of Limitlessness. It turns out that Limitlessness at the same time has no restrictions, and contains all possible restrictions. Moreover, each of such restrictions as part of Limitlessness must be unrestricted in its essence! There is no paradox in this if we understand that any restriction in Limitlessness is a selfrestriction in its own relativity. With respect to Limitlessness itself, any selfrestricting condition is a part of it and has no restrictions. With respect to selfrestriction in its internal relativity, all Limitlessness is reduced to the conditions of this selfrestriction, and nothing exists outside these restricting conditions. Conclusion (c1): The existence of any restriction in Limitlessness is possible only in the internal relativity of this restriction. The existence of space and time is impossible without the fundamental property of duration. It should be emphasized that this property of duration is an internal relative restriction in which our being flows, and is not a restricting property of Limitlessness itself. But since we are always within this restriction, any argument we make about Limitlessness necessarily assumes that it always has the property of duration in the relativity of our view. Thus, we must come to the conclusion that in the relativity of our being, Limitlessness is restricted by the property of duration. We define the duration property as the fundamental postulate, on the basis of which we will build the whole further model of the structure of the Universe. The fundamental postulate:  Being is a consequence of the restriction of Limitlessness by the property of duration. Limitlessness as a holistic exhaustive phenomenon in the restriction of the property of duration represents of itself infinity and eternity. Let's give the following definitions: Definition (d2): The state of Limitlessness is a part of Limitlessness in the conditions of relative internal selfrestriction. Definition (d3): The cycle of eternity is the total size of the duration of the state of Limitlessness within superimposed selfrestriction. However, the imposition of selfrestriction within a certain cycle of duration or eternity not only cannot exclude the possibility of repeating this cycle in Limitlessness, but also makes such a repetition mandatory, since restriction by the property of duration does not impose any other restrictions on Limitlessness. Thus, we can assert the obligatory repetition of each state of Limitlessness after the completion its full cycle of duration. Conclusion (c2): Any state of Limitlessness, restricted in its internal relativity, must be repeated after the completion its cycle of eternity. 3. The principle of choice and consciousness Being necessarily presupposes a certain position in duration, which is a choice that imposes another restriction on Limitlessness. In this connection, it should be noted that the principle of choosing a position in duration and the property of duration itself are one inseparable phenomenon. The principle of choice is impossible without the property of duration, and the property of duration cannot be manifested into objective existence without the principle of choice. Limitlessness as an allembracing phenomenon represents of itself all possible variants for choosing a position in the property of duration. Conclusion (c3): The principle of duration and the principle of choice are one holistic phenomenon  the foundation of manifested being. The principle of choice inseparable from the principle of duration is the basis of all subsequent objective processes in the duration of Limitlessness. The choice of a position in the property of duration of Limitlessness is an imposed restriction, which generates a state of Limitlessness restricted by this choice in its internal relativity. The state of Limitlessness generated by the choice in accordance with the conclusion (c2) must be repeated after the cycle of its own eternity. Since the primary state of Limitlessness includes in itself an act of choice, the repeated state must also include an act of choice. Moreover, each subsequent step of choice is restricted by the conditions of the previous selection steps. Definition (d4): A superposition of conditions is the state of Limitlessness in the restriction of the previous selection steps, which is a set of all possible alternatives for the next selection step. After each step of the choice, the superposition of alternative variants of the Limitlessness state is reduced to the conditions of this choice. Conclusion (c4): Each step of the choice leads to a reduction of the superposition of alternative variants of the state of Limitlessness to one chosen variant. With each step of the choice inside a certain set of selfrestricting conditions new selfrestricting conditions are added, which can be defined as evolution. Thus, the principle of choice is the only unchangeable basis of evolution. In our stage of human existence, it is precisely the sequence of acts of choice made by human consciousness largely influences the objective evolution of the physical reality of our planet Earth. From this, we can make a logical conclusion that the basis of human consciousness is the basic principle of choice, which determines the evolution of the state of Limitlessness, within which our objective being takes place. Definition (d5): The fundamental principle of choice is the sequential process of choosing the selfrestricting conditions of the state of Limitlessness, into which our objective being takes place. Conclusion (c5): Consciousness is based on the fundamental principle of choice reflecting in itself the state of Limitlessness generated by it. 4. Four Durations of Limitlessness With each act of choice, a certain part of the Limitlessness is singled out, or the Limitlessness is divided into two parts: the chosen one and complementing it to the whole. Both parts, in accordance with the theorem (t2), must be identical to each other. Conclusion (c6): The primary choice divides Limitlessness into two identical parts: the selected part and the part that complements the selected part to the whole. On the other hand, each of these identical parts must be identical to the whole Limitlessness within the framework of general selfrestriction by the duration property. However, since Limitlessness was divided into two identical parts, each of these parts must be divided in itself into two identical secondary parts, Fig. 1a). Fig. 1 In itself, this secondary division is completely identical with the primary one and in its own relativity is the primary division of Limitlessness into two identical parts, so the primary division of the first variant in this relativity is becoming their secondary division, Fig. 1, b). Thus, the restriction of Limitlessness by the duration property inevitably leads to a division into four identical parts  four durations of Limitlessness. In relation to the primary selfrestriction by the property of duration, these four parts are completely equal and represent a set of four alternative options for choice, Fig. 1, c). Conclusion (c7): The restriction of Limitlessness by the duration property inevitably leads to its division into four identical durations. The primary choice or the initial step of the sequence of choices is itself a part of Limitlessness and, accordingly, should reflect the primary division into two parts and consist of two singlemoment choices. One part of the primary choice is the choice of one of the two divided parts of Limitlessness, as a manifestation its own objective being. The primary division in the relativity of choice divides Limitlessness into "self" and "not self", or "everything else." Each of these two parts is divided within itself into two identical parts. Thus, the second part of the choice is the choice of one of the identical parts within itself. This choice determines the duration that is inextricably linked with the very principle of choice from the four alternative durations of Limitlessness, Fig. 1, d). Conclusion (c8): The fundamental principle of choice, in its own relativity, is inextricably linked to one of the four durations of Limitlessness. 5. Quantum of state, measurements and the plane of time The chosen duration is inextricably linked with the very principle of choosing with all its full size or the cycle of eternity. Since this size of duration has no restrictions and possible comparisons, it becomes the only measure for itself and all possible comparative relations in all subsequent processes generated by the primary choice. Call it the quantum of duration. Definition (d6): The quantum of duration is the size of one of the four alternative durations of Limitlessness, which is the primary choice. The sequence of steps of choice, as complete cycles of duration or quanta, determines the global duration, which is what we perceive as time. Definition (d7): Time is a sequence of states of Limitlessness determined by the fundamental principle of choice. Definition (d8): The quantum of state is each complete state of Limitlessness realized by the choice in a sequence of time. The other three alternative durations are reduced to three external dimensions of the Limitlessness state as a result of the primary choice. According to the principle of identity, these three dimensions identically reflect the sequence of time, which is for them the only measure of duration. Conclusion (c9): Time, as the sequence of quanta of a state, is the only measure relative to which all relations in all durations of each state of Limitlessness are projected. The sequence of time is determined by two characteristics: the quantum of state as the unit of measurement and the number of repetitions in the sequence of time. Conclusion (c10): All quantitative (dimensional) relationships of objective being are reduced to the quantum of state, as the unit of measurement, and to the number of repetitions of a choice in the sequence of time. Definition (d9): The dimension is the property of the fundamental principle of choice to repeat itself sequentially in the quanta of state along the selected duration and to reflect this process identically along three other durations. The size of the quantum of the state along the dimension of the time is equal to the quantum of duration. The division of Limitlessness in the primary choice into two identical parts is the basic determining condition for the superposition of the alternative states of Limitlessness with respect to the subsequent steps of choice. This condition determines the selected part, which is associated with the principle of choice itself, and the part that complements it to the whole. Definition (d10): The intrinsic part is the chosen part of the divided into two parts state of Limitlessness by this choice. Definition (d11): The surrounding part is the second part of the state of Limitlessness, which complements it to the whole in conjunction with its intrinsic part. Each of the two main parts of the primary division of Limitlessness into two parts consists of two durations — two dimensions. Two dimensions are a flat twodimensional structure. Repetitions of the intrinsic part occur in the surrounding part. Thus, one of the dimensions of the surrounding part is time. The cycle of eternity of the chosen duration should not break the symmetry in Limitlessness. This means the absence of the chosen direction. The repetition of the choice after the cycle of eternity should take place on a flat twodimensional structure of the surrounding part around its intrinsic part. From this it follows that the time dimension is a radial dimension, and the entire flat twodimensional structure of the surrounding part is a circle, in the center of which is its intrinsic part, Fig. 2. Fig. 2 Accordingly, the second independent dimension is a circle or an angular dimension. Definition (d12): A radial dimension is a dimension that has the fixed starting point and represents by itself the radius of a circle. Definition (d13): An angular dimension is a dimension that does not have a fixed starting point and is a closed circle. Since the process of repetition of the intrinsic part in quanta of state occurs throughout the entire surrounding part, the entire surrounding part we can consider as the twodimensional structure of time. This twodimensional structure has no curvature, since the presence of curvature would impose an additional restriction. It follows that the twodimensional structure of time is a flat circle. Definition (d14): The plane of time is the flat twodimensional structure of two dimensions of the surrounding part, which is a flat circle. Definition (d15): The dimension of physical time is the radial dimension of the plane of time. Definition (d16): The dimension of potential time is the angular dimension of the plane of time. We denote the dimension of physical time as t_{u}, and the dimension of potential time as t_{d}. The primary choice violates the symmetry of Limitlessness, which inevitably leads to the appearance of the opposite projection of the intrinsic part relative to the surrounding part. By the principle of symmetry, this projection should be projected symmetrically along the radial dimension of the plane of time. On the other hand, the opposite projection of the intrinsic part should be completely identical to it, and with respect to it the situation should be projected equivalently. In this case, the principle of the plane of the twodimensional structure of time must be satisfied without any curvature. This condition is unambiguously fulfilled if the opposite projection is projected onto the opposite side of a flat twodimensional structure of time, with the principle of refraction of space at its outer boundary, Fig. 3. Fig. 3 In the conventionality of the figure, both sides of the plane of time a) are turned towards the viewer: b) and c). Thus, the conditions of symmetry and the restricted closedness of the plane of time are simultaneously satisfied. 6. Localization and the cycle of symmetry repair Preparing for publication. Watch in Russian. 
