Subject—NewModel of Reality (17October 2018)

Chief Roger Chaffin
Calgary Police Service
Calgary AB T3J 3R2

Mr Christopher Bek
602, 1133 Eighth Avenue SW
Calgary AB Canada T2P 1J7
17 October 2018

Dear Chief Roger Chaffin,
Subject—A New Model of Reality
Quotation—No one wants to believe the truth is as simple as it is. —Stephen Hawking (1942-2018)
Introduction. On 1 February 2001, I walked into the Foothills Hospital emergency room and told Dr Ryan in writing that, “The message I am trying to convey is that my theory of one is most assuredly on the verge of bringing the world to its knees. And my intention here is to simply give you a heads-up before the airplanes start falling out of the sky.” In that I foretold 9/11, I am reaffirming my belief that the theory of one is on the verge of bringing the world to its knees.

The Big Bang Theory. says that a trillion billion stars in the universe were created out of nothing. Our star, the Sun, comprises 99.9 percent of the mass in the solar system. Moreover, it only took thirty pounds of matter converted into energy to blow up Hiroshima. Clearly, energy is a limited resource. So where did all those stars come from? I am saying they are not really there and that every being in the universe is its own energy source.

Monads. are indivisible entities containing varying degrees of consciousness (the highest being souls) that follow a preestablished harmony. Leibniz used monads as the basis for his version of calculus—the mathematics of motion. Schrödinger proved that consciousness is real. Freeman Dyson said electrons are active agents making conscious choices. The four ontological levels of being in the universe are matter, life, consciousness and self-awareness (or souls). I can explain consciousness by recognizing that electrons or monads are coincident with consciousness or being. I am saying there is nothing in the universe but electrons and empty curved spacetime.

Copernicus. Physicists study physical reality whereas I study metaphysical reality. Physical reality is like a computer screen while metaphysical reality is like a computer that operates according to the laws of nature. Please see On the Revolution of Celestial Orbs (1543) by Copernicus for further revelation regarding this Earth-shattering paradigm shift. The government cannot explain all the stars and cannot explain consciousness. In forecasting a perfect storm, I believe that people are going to first realize that reality is an illusion—and then realize that the government has been lying to them for decades. A lie of omission is still a lie.

Conclusion.  I believe I have made my case and would ask that you support the laws of nature as well as the laws of government and open an investigation into my winning argument for a new model of reality. Lastly, I would like to thank the Calgary Police Service for making me feel safe.

Christopher Bek

Copy—Caroline Tarkowski, CMHA Counselling Therapist; Neil Turok, Director of Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
All the choir of heaven and furniture of earth—in a word all those bodies which compose the mighty frame of the world—have not any substance without the mind. So long as they are not perceived by me, or do not exist in my mind or in the mind of any spirit, they have no existence whatsoever. —Bishop George Berkeley
Gradually philosophers and scientists have arrived at the startling conclusion that since every object is simply the sum of its qualities, and since qualities exist only in the mind, the whole objective universe of matter and energy, atoms and stars, does not exist except as a construction of the consciousness—an edifice of conventional symbols shaped by the senses of man. —Lincoln Barnett
Quantum theory does not hold undisputed sway, but must share dominion with that other rebel sibling—relativity. And although these two bodies together have led to the most penetrating advances in the search for knowledge—they must remain enemies. Their fundamental disagreement will not be resolved until both are subdued by a still more powerful theory that will sweep away our present painfully won fancies concerning such things as space, time, matter, radiation and causality. The nature of this theory may only be surmised—but it will ultimately come down to the very same certainty as to whether our civilization as a whole survives—no more no less. —Banesh Hoffmann
There are only two kinds of immoral conduct. The first is due to indifference, thoughtlessness and failure to reflect upon what is for the common good. The second is represented by the unpardonable sin that Christ spoke of—which is the deliberate refusal to follow the light when seen. —Robert Millikan
Just as relativity had to abandon the concept of simultaneity, so too does quantum theory have to abandon the concept of electron paths. The history of physics teaches us that the abandonment of earlier concepts is much more difficult than the adaptation of new ones. —Werner Heisenberg
The violent reaction to the recent developments of modern physics can only be understood when one realizes that the foundations of physics have started moving—and that this motion has caused the feeling that the ground would be cut from science. —Werner Heisenberg
Put me on earth again and I would rather be a serf in the house of some landless man than the king of all these dead men that are done with life. —Homer
The universe seems to operate according to several sets of different rules that act in layers independently of one another. —John Boslough
Whenever I want to understand what is really happening today or try to decide what will happen tomorrow—I look back. —Oliver Wendell Holmes
The hottest places in Hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crises. —Dante Alighieri
Right now it is a question whether scientific man is in touch with reality at all—or can ever hope to be. —Lincoln Barnett
Miracles happen, not in opposition to nature, but in opposition to what we know of nature. —Saint Augustine
Anyone who is not totally offended by quantum theory does not understand it. —Niels Bohr
Give me one fixedpoint and I will move the earth. —Archimedes