"I do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a
token of a convenant between me and the earth.
And it shall come to
pass, when I bring a cloud over the earth, that the bow shall be seen
in the cloud."
from the First Book of the Bible:
The First Book of Moses,
Chapter 9 : 13-14.
from the Last Book of the Bible: THE REVELATION of St John the divine,
The Final Riddles of Physics and the
"And immediately I was in the spirit: and, behold, a
throne was set in heven , and one sat on the throne. And he that sat
was to look upon like a jasper and a sardine stone: amd there was a
tainbow round about the throne, in sight like unto an emerald." -- "And
I saw another mighty angel come down from heaqven, clothed witha
cloud: and a rainbow was upon his head, and his face was as it were the
sun, and his feet as pillars of fire."
VERIFICATION OF THE
VENN-SET VISIONS OF THE FIRST SECOND OF CREATION AND ITS TRIPLICATE
COMPOSITION OF ALL OF THE
"THE RAINBOW PROOF"
Chapters 4 : 2-3 and 10 : 1.
Following is the final stage of the analyzes of the vision experienced
47 year old pilot on a flight journey stopover in Fairbanks
during the first hour of the 12th day of the 12th month in 1984. Out of
the pilot has been able to developed a complete and comprehensive model
creation process and the fundamental matter particles and the energy
particles of the universe. This on the form of a string-membrane
employing an alternate mathematical form in its analyzes of nature.
is the QF-Theory
of Everything and here following is the simplistic end of its
verification or proof.
simplistic presentation here fo--are the detail analyzes describing the
between the properties of the rainbow and the field of consciousness in
human brain. These are in essence analyzes of the properties of light
the same time analyzes of the composition of matter. These analyzes,
be seen as first being attempted by the brilliant nature philosopher,
Newton, some 340 years ago, are the ultimate and final answers to the
composition and properties of light.
natural philosopher was born at Woolsthrope Manor in Lincolnshir. He
was the greatest
mathematician of modern times. He
discovered the binomial theorem, and
of fluxions, and in 1666 the contemplation of the fall of an apple led
greatest discovery of all, that of the law of gravitation. The same
year he discovered the composite nature of light while seeking distance
from the ravages of the Black Death plague at Woolsthrope Manor. He held the Chair of
for 33 years. In 1699 he became Master of the Mint. He represented his
University in Parliament, and was elected President of the Royal
post which he occupied for 24 years. He was knighted in 1705. He lived
eightieth year, and was buried in Westminster Abbey. Bishop Burnet
him as the "whitest soul he ever knew."
Only one book of Newton's about
the Bible was ever published.
In 1733, six years after his death, J. Darby and T. Browne, published Observations Upon the Prophecies of
Daniel and the Apocalypse of St. John. With his prodigious
knowledge of ancient history and
languages and his unequalled mental powers, Isaac Newton is the best
individual in this millennium to have written about the prophecies. His
of the Book of Daniel began at the age of 12 and continued to be a
interest throughout his life. Moreover, he writes of the prophecies
modesty that indicates that he, himself, is in awe of the words he has
given an opportunity to read. Isaac
Newton concluded that it was intended that
Revelation will be understood by very few until near the end of
time of judgement, and the beginning of the everlasting kingdom of the
of the Most High.
There are many stories about Sir Isaac and
them have a strong tone of folklore and superstition which did not
after his death. After it became known that John Maynard Keynes had
trunk full of Newton's papers at an auction and had found it full of
alchemy, biblical prophecy, including twenty different versions of the
Book of Revelation, as well as a reconstruction from Hebraic texts of
plan of the temple of Jerusalem, which Newton had taken to be
"an emblem of the system of the world," the stories
multiplied. The shaken Keynes told a gathering of the Royal Society, "Newton
was not the first
of the age of reason, but as well the last of the magicians, the last
Babylonians and Sumerians."
fictions circled about an encounter of Newton
and Lucifer, where these debated physics and creation. The reference
mostly in the fire of London and Newton's
discovery of the
Calculus and the Prism, which along with the greatest discovery of all,
gravity, took place in the year 1666. Many of the fictions are likely
been initiated by students at Cambridge
As is so often is
the case, older fictions were redressed and applied to the celebrity.
Newton is for many
the first prime witness in the search for The
Theory of Everything. Newton
may be described as being enraptured by the beauty and
simplicity of his laws
of motion and gravity, and hoped that he would stumble on an all
encompassing theory, even
though he kept this secret, and that this would only be known after his
this it may be said that Newton
had laid the cornerstone to all the endeavor of modern physics: To show
prove the logical necessity of the Universe as we experience it. It is
the declarations of progress that are the struggle of physics, but the
dream of Newton,
was, and which is, the goal of the foremost physicists. The guidepost
goal, say the physicists, is to be found in the beauty of the
according to Shakespeare is something "In the eye of the
observer." Beauty according to the physicist is the "The
logical invariance in Nature."
At the age
of 24--while still a student--Newton refuted the
so called “Modification
Theory of Light”, which maintained that colors were modified
forms of homogeneous white light. His
experimentations showed that light is made from three distinct colors
spread out through the Prism and not produced by the Prism’s
modification of light. It would take him 15 years to get the “academy”
accept this as the “truth of the matter” and he was even accused of
ideas from others. Here the QF-theory
set-math diagrams show the final
The First Quantum Experiment.
set-math diagram for
the boson quanta of WHITE LIGHT, the quanta of the photon “in flight”, flipping
between in and
out of the V-poles
of the vacuum “explicate” and “implicats” states, presenting both its matter and antimatter
b) The QF-theory
set-mathematical diagram for the quanta of THE SPECTRUM OF LIGHT. The quanta of the photon is now “arrested” in
it’s “explicate state”
(matter side), spread out and the mass-energy of it’s composite
three waves re-distributed so that they become visible. According to
the QF-theory, these three colors represent the fundamental units of ALL fermions, or
matter particles in the universe, so this is perfectly in agreement with its findings.
c) The QF-theory set-math
diagram for the quanta
of “THE NEWTONIAN
FRACTION OF THE SPECTRUM
OF LIGHT”. Only the selected quanta-fraction of the photon
and it becomes impossible to produce a new triplicate spectrum with the Prism.
This is in perfect agreement with the QF-theory predictions for “explicate” wave
Diffusion of Light
showing the Composite Quantum Wave-spin Directions
From Newton to the
U. S. National Center for Atmospheric
makes the colors in the rainbow?
traditional description of the rainbow is that it
is made up of seven "Primary Colors"
- red, orange, yellow, green, blue,
violet. Actually, the rainbow is a whole continuum of colors from red
and even beyond the colors that the eye can see. Of these
many labell the three collors of
Yellow, Red and Blue --which
cannot be mixed from other colors but from which all
other colors can be mixed--as the "Primitive Colors",
or as the "Fundametnal
rainbow arise from two basic facts:
- Sunlight is
made up of the whole range of colors that the eye can detect. The range
of sunlight colors, when combined, looks white to the eye. This
property of sunlight was first demonstrated by Sir Isaac Newton in
noted that regardless of whether light was reflected or scattered or
transmitted, it stayed the same color. Thus the colors we observe are
the result of how objects interact with the incident already-colored
light, not the result of objects generating the color.
- Light of
different colors is refracted by different amounts when it passes from
one medium (air, for example) into another (water or glass,
and Willebrord Snell had determined how a
ray of light is bent, or refracted, as it traverses regions of different
densities, such as air and water. When the light paths through a
traced for red and blue light, one finds that the angle of deviation is
different for the two colors because blue light is bent or refracted
is the red light
This implies that
when we see a rainbow and its band
of colors we are looking at light refracted and reflected from different
raindrops, some viewed at an angle of 42 degrees; some, at an
angle of 40
degrees, and some in between.