Grand Tour Intro
I'm an Ontological Researcher or cosmic contemplator (lol) whatever at the moment I like to call myself, I am deeply interested in quality of life and enriching our sense of 'being'.
The word philosophy comes from the Greek philo (love) and sophia (wisdom) and so is literally defined as “the love of wisdom”. More broadly understood, it is the study of the most basic and profound matters of human existence.
In metaphysics, ontology is the philosophical study of being, as well as related concepts such as existence, becoming, and reality. I begin the 'Grand Tour' of my ideas with the concept that we are first existing in the universe in a realm I describe as the MEST which stands for Matter, Energy, Space and Time (I like to use acronyms as memory aids and formula terms in my theory descriptions).
In my talk above, I separate the physical and psychological affects of the MEST
A complete description of space-time, matter and energy is given in Einstein's special theory of relativity. In my take on existence, I derive explicit effects of MEST in particulars that also impact how we exist within the MEST realm both in terms of physicality and how we psychologically associate with it. While perhaps intriguing you may find that there are singularities of life in our grand tour to consider but no evil blackholes to worry about, lol.
Those who study the origin and nature of the universe are called Cosmologists and they puzzle over exotic concepts like string theory, dark matter and dark energy and whether there is one universe or many (sometimes called the multiverse). The Universe is thought to consist of three types of substance: normal matter, 'dark matter' and 'dark energy'.
My term for dark 'psychological' energy is DIS (orientating) that counter more natural and easy ways of 'being' human and happy. This begins the foundation where we start the Grand Tour into my ideas and the format that informs and co-creates the basis of reality!
To learn more about the physics of MEST check out this New York Times article:
You can also read this FermiLabs article (;