Yesterday I reread my author's preface to the Simple Explanation book's 2nd Edition, which was published in 2015, in both paperback and as a kindle ebook. It's a good introduction to the Simple Explanation theory of everything, and I don't think it has ever appeared here on the blog.
Reading this may help put things into perspective.
A Simple Explanation of Absolutely Everything came to me during the winter of 2009. I was contemplating an entirely different project when, much to my delight, the Simple Explanation presented itself on the page, diagrams and all.
Using only four basic principles, A Simple Explanation describes our universe as a fractal pattern of consciousness that repeats itself in endless cycles of information, organization, and cooperation, from the smallest quanta through the largest astronomical objects.
|Cross-stitched House Blessing, 1982.|
|Close-up of House Blessing. Note the two green and gold tori flanking the center florets.|
|Cyd Ropp, chalk torus|
|Cyd Ropp, slinky torus|
If you don’t know what a “torus” is, don’t worry. This book will explain all that. Same thing with other unusual words like “fractal,” “meme,” and “transpersonal consciousness.” You don’t need to be a philosopher or a Yogi to grasp the Simple Explanation. You don’t even need a college degree. All you need is an open mind and a willingness to think new thoughts. So go slow. I’m going to explain every Simple Explanation idea over and over, in various ways, throughout this short book.
|Cyd Ropp, Universal Torus|