Within the Principle of Absolute Motion, Synchronicity is the unifying principle of the universe. It is the assumption that the dynamics of all matter is almost perfectly synchronous. It is only a slight irregularity in this synchronicity that has allowed the universe to evolve as it has.

The principle of Synchronicity is essentially the opposite of the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, which states that a particle has no intrinsic exact position or momentum until one of these attributes is measured. Synchronicity states that the position and momentum of any particle have perfectly exact values at any moment in time. A particle’s momentum is a perfect vector and its position is a perfect shape, though the Indeterminacy Principle prevents the simultaneous measurements of these parameters.

The dichotomy of the synchronicity of space and the synchronicity of time in fact consists of two inseparable components representing opposite perspectives on the unifying qualities of Synchronicity within the universe.

The synchronicity of space refers to the fact that all bodies in the universe share the same inertial reference frame and therefore the same position of absolute rest, at which they are at minimum mass. This inertial reference frame is referred to as Third Day Rest throughout this book, and is described in the section on the Creation of the Universe. When any body is accelerated in any direction away from this position of rest, its mass will increase with this motion to a potential value of infinity at the speed of light. If a body that was moving at near the speed of light with many times its original mass is decelerated back to either its position of rest or to any other inertial reference frame its mass will be exactly the same as any identical body sharing that same reference frame. In other words, no matter how fast, how many times, or in how many directions the motion and thus the mass of a proton changes relative to its position of rest, its mass will always be identical to all other protons sharing its inertial reference frame.

The synchronicity of time refers to the fact that the Gravitational Expansion of mass provides the most exact measure of time in the universe. This flow of Gravitational Time is almost perfectly simultaneous for all bodies in the universe. The only difference lies in the fact that particles of antimatter expand gravitationally just slightly faster than matter particles. Synchronicity of time means that at this moment in time an atom of gold on earth is exactly the same size as an atom of gold in the Andromeda galaxy even though both of these atoms have been expanding gravitationally for billions of years, in different parts of the universe, at rates controlled only by their individual internal Gravitational Time clocks. While these two atoms may have slightly different sizes due to the Fitzgerald Contraction, they would be of exactly identical mass and size if they were placed side by side in the same inertial reference frame.

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