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Universal Information System Model
The method utilized by experients of extrasensory perception in regards to clairvoyant phenomena is comprehensible via the convergence of the mechanics and laws pertaining to Nature, or the universal information system and the experient. Since the system is theoretical, so too is its and the experients natural laws and mechanics.
The system appears congruent in respect to the ontological view of four dimensionalism, which is concerned with how objects persist in time. These proponents of four dimensionalism claim that both past and future objects lay equal claims to having the same level of reality as does the present moment.
Therefore, if any object or event (x) is a past reality, then the past object or event (x) is equally as real as the present object or event. In addition, the equivalent idea applies for any future object or event. If any future object or event (y) is a future reality, then the future object or event (y) is equally as real as any present object or event.
The system appears to order events into a single distinct mode. In this mode, events are ordered by way of non-relational singular predicates “is past”, “is present” and “is future,” which is similar to the A-series of temporal events, a type of ordered relation among events referenced in modern discussions of the philosophy of time.
A-series suggests a series of positions, which run from the remote past through the recent past to the present and from the present through the near future, and continues on to the remote future.
The essential attribute of this descriptive modality is that one must think of the series of temporal positions as being in a continual transformation, in the sense that an event is first a potential (future), then a part of real-time (present), and then the past.
(Adapted from the book “Clairvoyance: A Quantum Approach” by Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.)