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Evolutionary Prism

The Evolution of Being

Imagine you're at a birthday party with your friends, and there's a huge chocolate cake. The cake's size, shape, and ingredients are part of the objective reality.

This means these facts about the cake can be measured, observed, and agreed upon by everyone, no matter their personal opinions or feelings.

Now, picture that you and your friends take a bite of the cake.

Each of you will have different opinions and reactions to the taste.

You might find it delicious and crave more, while one of your friends might dislike it because they prefer vanilla. These personal opinions and reactions are part of the subjective reality.

It varies from person to person, based on their individual preferences and experiences.

So, objective reality is like the actual chocolate cake at the birthday party, while subjective reality is how each person tastes and feels about the cake.

The cake exists, regardless of how we feel about it, but our feelings shape our individual realities.


The Universal Axiom framework is a comprehensive approach to understanding the nature of objective reality through the principles of physics, with a focus on time and the distinction between subjective and objective nature.

It comprises key components, such as

  • Impulses (Current),

  • Elements (Energy, Matter, State), and

  • Pressure (Direction, Momentum, Integrity),

...which interact with one another to create a dynamic and evolving picture of reality. The framework emphasizes impartiality while acknowledging the role of subjective perspectives in shaping our ENTIRE understanding of the world and ourselves. Which is the crux of our very nature.


Even without the help of AI, you can try out the Universal Axiom combined with Apex Insight Perspective Philosophy of Objective Nature, by starting to apply the framework to your own experiences and observations of the world.

Here are some steps to get started:

Enter the Realm of Your Own Jurassic Park:

Like Dr. Alan Grant exploring the mysteries of a prehistoric world in Jurassic Park, start by delving into your own subjective experiences. Notice your thoughts, emotions, and sensations, realizing that they are the dinosaurs in your personal park, shaping your reality.

Uncover the Prism's Base - Your Personal Power Rangers:

Just as each Power Ranger has a unique power and color, consider how impulses (your Blue Ranger), elements (your Green Ranger), and pressure (your red Ranger) influence your experiences. Reflect on their role in shaping your perception of reality, much like each Power Ranger contributes to the team.

Discover the Fundamental Forces - The Real Twin Peaks:

Reality is full of mysteries, much like the enigmatic town of Twin Peaks. Embark on your own investigation by studying physics and the fundamental forces that shape objective reality. This will reveal the hidden layers of your world, much like Agent Cooper's investigation did.

The Tension of Realities - Your Personal Fresh Prince Dilemma:

Much like the cultural clash Will Smith experiences in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, there's often a stark contrast between our subjective experiences and objective reality. Reflect on this tension and consider how the Fibonacci sequence, like the intricate relationships in Will's new world, reflects the dynamic nature of this tension.

Ascend the Prism's Apex - Your Personal Climb to The Lion King's Pride Rock:

Strive to reach the peak of the prism, akin to Simba's journey to reclaim Pride Rock in The Lion King. This may require shedding some subjective biases, just as Simba had to overcome his past, to embrace a more impartial, objective perspective. At the peak, you'll gain a sweeping view of reality, much like Simba looking out over his kingdom.

Remember, this journey is all about exploration and self-discovery. So, don't hesitate to dive in and have fun with it! You're not just learning about the world around you, but also about yourself - the greatest adventure there is.


Now, let's compare the Universal Axiom framework to other "popular" frameworks:



Holism is the belief that systems should be viewed as a whole, rather than as a collection of individual parts. While the Universal Axiom framework shares some aspects of holism, it goes further by exploring the principles of physics, the role of time, and the balance between subjective and objective nature.

Metaphor: Envision a mosaic, where each tile contributes to a larger image. Holism focuses on the complete image, while the Universal Axiom framework explores the material properties of the tiles, their relationship to time, and the subjective emotions evoked by the image.


Integral Theory:

Integral Theory is a holistic approach to understanding human consciousness, emphasizing the integration of multiple perspectives. While the Universal Axiom framework shares some similarities, such as the recognition of subjective perspectives, it also emphasizes the principles of physics and the role of time.

The Universal Axiom framework provides a more scientific foundation, while Integral Theory is focused on the evolution of consciousness.

Metaphor: Consider a puzzle, where each piece represents a unique perspective. Integral Theory is about assembling the puzzle to reveal a complete picture of human consciousness, while the Universal Axiom framework is like a blueprint, outlining the physical and temporal structure of the puzzle itself.


Systems Thinking:

Systems Thinking is an approach that focuses on understanding the interconnected nature of complex systems. The Universal Axiom framework shares some common ground, as it also examines the interrelationships between its components.

However, the Universal Axiom framework places a greater emphasis on physics, time, and the tension between subjective and objective nature.

Metaphor: Picture a spider web, illustrating the interconnectedness of systems. The Universal Axiom framework is like a magnifying glass, allowing us to zoom in on specific strands of the web, examining their physical properties and the role of time in shaping the web's structure.


Dialectical Materialism:

This Marxist philosophy centers on the idea that social, political, and economic change arises from the conflict between opposing forces, like two sides of one coin. In comparison, the Universal Axiom framework focuses on the underlying principles of physics, examining the interplay between subjective and objective nature.

Both frameworks acknowledge the importance of change and the impact of opposing forces, but the Universal Axiom framework dives deeper into the role of time and the balance between subjectivity and objectivity.

Metaphor: Imagine two dancers moving in sync, representing the dialectical relationship between opposing disconnected forces with one objective. The Universal Axiom framework captures this dance but adds another layer, highlighting the role of time and the balance between the dancers' internal emotions (subjective) and their physical movements (objective).

The value of the coin, above and beyond the value of each face and sum of the material itself.


In conclusion, the Universal Axiom framework stands out for its focus on the principles of physics, time, and the balance between subjective and objective perspectives. By engaging with cultural, spiritual, and scientific aspects, this framework provides a cohesive tapestry that helps readers connect the dots and gain a deeper understanding of the nature of reality.

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