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Conventional science fails because it only concerns itself with "dimensional" existence, and denies that there is a more fundamental domain underlying it: the dimensionless domain.
This domain is denied by science even though all the hardest problems of science point to it.
Science... has explained dimensional reality to the fullest extent possible.
Science, if it is ever to achieve a Grand Unified Theory of everything, needs a new ingredient that takes it beyond its current limitations.
David Bohm who arrived at a scheme that is the closest any scientist has ever come to the r >= 0 paradigm.
Bohm's explicate, unfolded order is exactly what we refer to as the r > 0 dimensional domain. His implicate, enfolded order is analogous to the r = 0 dimensionless domain, although Bohm failed to realize that "enfolding" is really a process that takes dimensions and compacts them so much that they leave dimensionality altogether and become dimensionless. Had he taken the extra step of making the implicate order dimensionless then he would have independently arrived at the r >= 0 paradigm. While r >= 0 is a precise formulation, Bohm's explicate and implicate order remains somewhat vague.
Originally posted by OldRepublic22
It has explained dimensional reality to the fullest extent possible, but this has not been enough to account for all of reality.