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SECTION A: THE FUNDAMENTAL PERSPECTIVE

Chapter 1: Overview perspective 1
Chapter 2: The hundred point perspective of TDVP 9

SECTION B: THE LIMITS OF WHAT EXISTS

Chapter 3: The Dilemma 30
Chapter 4: What The Standard Model Lacks. Some Questions to Resolve 36
Chapter 5: Falsifiability of Current Science 42
Chapter 6: The Need for a New Paradigm 48

SECTION C: KEYS TO A NEW PARADIGM FOR REALITY

Chapter 7: Our Fundamental Model 54
Chapter 8: Reality and Subjectivity 62
Chapter 9: The C-, S- and T- Substrates 67
Chapter 10: Consciousness and the New Paradigm 77
Chapter 11: Metadimensions and the C-substrate 87
Chapter 12: Infinity and the finite: The mathematics and the logic 92
Chapter 13: Life, Extropy, Essence and the Infinite 106
Chapter 14: The infinite-finite boundary 112

SECTION D: THE KEY ELEMENTS TO TDVP

Chapter 15: Theoretical Models 118
Chapter 16: The Key Axioms 127
Chapter 17: Definitions: Reality, dimensions and distinctions 134
Chapter 18: Specialized Conceptual Definitions 139

SECTION E: THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF TDVP

Chapter 19: Rationale for the Dimensions Beyond 3S-1t 148
Chapter 20: Consciousness in the Brain 151
Chapter 21: Towards the New Paradigm: LFAF and TDVP Model 156
Chapter 22: Statistical Basis of Consciousness Research 159
Chapter 23: Six Sigma Statistical Data in Consciousness Research 165
Chapter 24: Applying TDVP to the Data on Psi 175
Chapter 25: Psi and Entanglement 184
Chapter 26: Time and Free-will 192
Chapter 27: The Mathematics of Time and Consciousness 200

SECTION F: THE THEORY BEHIND TDVP

Chapter 28: Axioms that are Closely Related 207
Chapter 29: Quantum Entanglement: A Brief Perspective 214
Chapter 30: Indivension: A Necessary New Concept 219
Chapter 31: Individuals and Society: A Unification of Different Consciousness Mechanisms 224
Chapter 32: Fluctuating Dimensions 231
Chapter 33: The Brain, Physiology and its "Consciousness" 234

SECTION G: THE MODELS BEHIND TDVP

Chapter 34: Calculus of Distinctions 239
Chapter 35: Theorems 245
Chapter 36: Postulates and Principles 251
Chapter 37: Major Mathematical and Logical Adaptations 258

SECTION H: THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING

Chapter 38: Philosophical Basis of TDVP 260
Chapter 39: The Philosophical Perspective of Meaning and Consciousness 267
Chapter 40: Perspective: Distinguishing TDVP Versus Other TOEs 284
Chapter 41: Tabulation of Relevant Theories of Everything 287
Chapter 42: The Earlier Close and Neppe Theories of Everything 298
Chapter 43: Contributions of Previous TOEs or Related Models 302
Chapter 44: TDVP: A Unified Paradigm Shift 325
Chapter 45: How TDVP Explains the Previously Unexplained: Answers 329
Chapter 46: Is TDVP Truly a Theory of Everything? 331

References 338

Index