Introduction


„I have to work out every knowledge myself. I have to rethink everything from scratch, without prejudice.“

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Credit:NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team (AURA, STScI), and R. Gendler (for the Hubble Heritage Team). Acknowledgment: J. GaBany


Introduction

The answer to all questions

Every conceivable natural phenomenon has already been researched down to the smallest detail. And the light was the natural phenomenon what delivered us the most incomprehensible answers of the nature. Because of the always constant speed of light Albert Einstein could find out by his ingenious questions to the nature that space and time are relative and that the gravity which holds us on the ground is a curvature of the space-time.

Theory of Reality Publication, Reality of Art Exhibition, Thomas Rosenthal, Artist, Künstler, Publikation, Aussstellung

Einstein 4 – Thomas Rosenthal

The gravitation develops. This Artwork is on all Samsung „The Frame“ Televisions in the Saatchiart Collection

Theory of Reality Publication, Reality of Art Exhibition, Thomas Rosenthal, Artist, Künstler, Publikation, Aussstellung

Einstein 0– Thomas Rosenthal

Art gathers the energy for the big bang

You see already by this that the light enables us to ask questions to the nature which reach up to the borders of our imagination and are hidden in the end deeper and deeper in the nature.

But it is not only the speed of the light which helped us to answer so many questions, it is also the colors which we use to answer our questions. Let us think only once of the red shift of the galaxies. Thus nature answered us the question whether the universe spreads. And through the light spectra of the stars and planets, nature tells us so much more about everything we see out there.

The basic thing to understand is that whether you ask „how?“ or „why?“, it is always nature that you are asking. Because only nature can give us an answer to all our questions.

All great achievements of scientists are based on this fact. One assumes something and asks the nature whether this assumption is correct. For example, if you want to know if light has a finite and always constant speed, you ask nature. You build a measuring device and measure how fast the light is in different circumstances. Basically, they ask nature the question about the speed of light and nature answers. And that’s the only way any science works.

So all we need is a way to ask nature „why?“. That sounds logical, but what please should we measure to elicit the answer to the question „why?“ from nature?

Well, if it would be so simple, someone would have found out long ago in all the years of science. Because one is clear, the more difficult the question is the more deeply it is hidden in the sublimity of the nature.

Theory of Reality Publication, Reality of Art Exhibition, Thomas Rosenthal, Artist, Künstler, Publikation, Aussstellung
Theory of Reality Publication, Reality of Art Exhibition, Thomas Rosenthal, Artist, Künstler, Publikation, Aussstellung
And what the colors and the nature together reveal to us and about the „why?“ you will learn in the following chapters of the Theory of Reality.