The structure of orderly space-time is geometric and digital data corresponding to the ten digits of human hands, which means that the knowledge of the cosmos is at hand. It is available, ready, accessible, handy, and right there at the fingertips.
The cosmos is digital data organized into an orderly network of geometric shapes and patterns called space-time – a concept describing the merger of time and three-dimensional space to form a four-dimensional continuum.
This book unlocks the structure of orderly space-time (the cosmos) using simple arithmetic and geometric principles, and basic binary concepts in general relativity, information theory, astronomy, and cosmology.
By the time you finish reading this book, you will discover that the universe is inscribed in your hands and the structure of space-time is as simple as when we have a handshake, when we join hands together, and when we hold hands.bagua binary numerical system, digital physics, general theory of relativity, spacetime geometry, Taiji, theory of everything