## The Continuous Theory

The Continuous Theory is the concept that all events can be traced back to 1. We live in a world of duality which is 2. There is left and right, up and down, dead and alive, hot and cold. It is a version of the most complex theory in physics, the string theory.

Continuous – forming an unbroken whole; without interruption.

Example: When a human is made a single cell divides into two. Your body is a split image of itself. You have essentially two halves of your body, two eyes, two ears, ect. So I would like you to imagine the middle of you, that point where there is not two but one. That crease in your mind/body that represents the fusion of yourself. That would be 2 going to 1.

Example: Most computers work by having a large number of micro switches that can either represent 1 or 0. If it is 1 that means it is on and the computer acts a certain way. Like when you ‘press’ the spacebar on your keyboard. That switches an internal switch from 0 to 1. The continuous theory takes on the quantum computing approach. That means a switch can represent 1 and 0 at the same time. When trying to find a solution to 2 + 2, the computer must switch each switch to compute the results, this is what takes a few seconds. In quantum computing all switches are 1 and 0 at the same time meaning there isn’t a few seconds delay to get the answer, it is already answered.

Example: The best way to accomplish something is to focus on one objective. Focus on one project at a time. Focusing on 1 thing will always be more efficient that doing 2 at the same time.