World of 9 dimensions
What is 9 dimensional spin? And what is the Cabibbo Angle?
In 2011, Neppe and Close proposed a broad model for reality  the Triadic Dimensional Distinction Vortical Paradigm (TDVP). TDVP proposes that the finite is made up of distinct parts. These are contained within a continuous infinite reality. TDVP postulates that the finite consists of 9 dimensions, and vortical / spin movements occur across these dimensions.
The Cabibbo mixing angle is an empirically derived angle in Theoretical Physics, and it cannot be derived from the standard particle physics model by just applying 3 dimensions of space and one moment in time (3S1t)
In our initial published paper, we test two related hypotheses on the mathematical derivation of the Cabibbo mixing angle:

It can be derived only from a ninedimensional mathematical model.
 It supports the TDVP hypothesis that the finite reality consists of a 9 dimensional vortical (spinning) model.
We demonstrate that there is a solid mathematical basis for demonstrating a 9dimensional finite spin model. 2 lines of evidence exist:

A brief nonspecific one where one can extrapolate upwards and downwards applying rotation from 9 dimensions to /and from 1 dimension and demonstrate the same asymmetric findings.

2. A detailed mathematical derivation explaining why the mixing angle of fermions, exemplified by the Cabibbo angle in quarks, is approximately 13.04 degrees: It requires a 9dimensional spin model to demonstrate it. This very specific and profoundly important finding resolves a puzzle that has mystified scientists for 50 years.
We derive the mixing angle by applying a 9dimensional rotational model, extrapolating through dimensions. We utilize the Bohr radius (radius of the Hydrogen atom), radians and the Lorentz correction as the electron velocity is close to the velocity of light. We demonstrate the angle is 13.032 degrees. This cannot be derived by using a conventional Standard Model of Physics with 3 dimensions of space and one point in time. Nor can the Cabibbo angle figure be calculated applying anything but a 9 dimensional model suggesting that models with <9 or >9 finite dimensions are incorrect. Moreover, the requirement of spin rotation suggests that models involving folding dimensions are also falsified.
Prior to developing this demonstration explaining the Cabibbo mixing angle, we have developed the Triadic Dimensional Distinction Vortical Paradigm 1; 2 (TDVP) In TDVP, we postulate that finite reality is in 9 dimensions, and this involves a vortical model . This demonstration supports these hypotheses. It does not, however, say anything about the nature of any of the specific dimensional STC substrates [3], namely those of Space. Time and “Consciousness”
The theoretical background to this calculation applies the mathematical methods in the TDVP model namely, the Calculus of Distinctions, Dimensional Extrapolation and the concept of Indivension. We use the term “Indivension” to describe the fragmentary view we are afforded through the limitations of our physical senses and their physical extensions. We introduce the calculus of distinctions and the process of dimensional extrapolation as tools used to reveal the mathematical and multidimensional nature of reality. Finally, we show how the fermion mixing angle (such as the Cabibbo angle) can be derived from the consciousnessbased theory we call the Triadic Dimensional distinction Vortical Paradigm (TDVP).
This mathematical derivation has enormous implications for the future of appreciating our reality:
1. It supports the feasibility of our finite reality being a 9dimensional spin (vortical) reality.
2. It implies that most of our finite reality is hidden because we are limited to what we experience in 3 dimensions of space and 1 point in time (3S1t).
3. The awareness suggests a potential to apply higher dimensional realities for future research.
4. Additionally, this finding supports several TDVP mathematical constructs:
 The basic TDVP 9 Dimensional Finite Spin model
 Dimensional Extrapolation and related Dimensionometry
 The idea of our 3S1t reality being relative and not absolute
 Concepts of Orthogonality at higher dimensions
 The application of the calculus of distinctions.
5. Furthermore, our derivation applying 9D vortical spin:
 Consolidates the pertinence of spin
 The application of relativity corrections in electrons
 Conservation of angular momentum, and
 The technique of applying LFAF
6. It provokes serious questions about the concept of finite reality, including that some dimensions that may be hidden from us in our restricted 3S1t sentient experience.
7. It confirms the derivation of the same approximate Cabibbo mixing angle of 13.032 degrees for mixing angles linked with electron spin.
8. It broadens the Cabibbo concept of weak universality by hypothesizing that all discrete phenomena result from specific dimensional extensions of the same elementary pattern inherent in the multidimensional substrate of reality.
Furthermore as extensions to the initial calculations, we can draw further important conclusions.
9. Our calculations supports the finding of electron shape not being uniformly spherical: This is a strong conclusion because otherwise certain calculated velocities in our analysis would exceed the velocity of light.
These findings because of their breadth could generate several novel ideas for testing and application.
from Close ER, Neppe VM: Mathematical and theoretical physics feasibility demonstration of the finite nine
dimensional vortical model in fermions. Dynamic International Journal of Exceptional Creative Achievement 1301:1301; 155, 2013
What is Unified Monism?
Unified Monism : A philosophical model developed from the scientific and mathematical metaparadigm of TDVP . Posits a unified reality of Space, Time and Consciousness with the infinite inseparably pervading with the finite.
The consequential result of TDVP is a philosophical model that is applicable to the brain and body, as well as the broader infinite and finite. “Unified Monism” is the necessary philosophical consequence of TDVP, not a primary metaphysical or philosophical conceptual model. Like Kabbalah and TDVP, some of the Eastern mystical philosophies (e.g., Vedic varieties) recognize the unification of reality, the infinite subreality, the broader role of consciousness and a higher guiding element.
TDVP philosophically and conceptually portrays a “Unified Monism ”, an inseparable source linkage forever for both finite and infinite subrealities. From the inseparable source of space, time and extended consciousness at the most fundamental level of origin separations of S, T and C occur in the tethered (looser linked) areas. Though there are zillions of tethered projections the source unification creates a unified philosophical unit.
In contrast is the mystical view (e.g. Spinoza): There is only one individual, God or Substance, and everything else, lives and moves and has its being in God. But, Spinoza rejects a God that manifests Himself as the Attributes, of which mind and matter (extension) are the only two that we humans are acquainted with. Thus Spinoza is not a monist in the sense of (i) above, since his system posits infinitely many dimensions to God's being, each dimension constituting a distinct "kind".
In the mindbody debate, the more important distinction today may be to differentiate atomism or atomic monists, where causation goes bottom up, and holism, where causation flows top down. Our Unified Monism clearly has the Holism element, and we use a top down approach which includes nonmaterial information. In that sense, in the new definition of dualism, it is dualistic but in no other way is it.
Unified Monism Revisited
For the reason above, the unification of a single reality becomes apparent in TDVP . This is why the equivalent philosophical model is called Unified Monism . Despite its apparent monist qualities in its title, is not materialist nor monist in the modern sense. If dualism now refers to consciousness, it has a dualistic element. But for the purist it is monist and the infinite and the finite are unified as there is only one reality.
The finite is embedded within the infinite which means there is no area of necessary interaction  they exist as a unit, hence the philosophy of Unified Monism.
Unified Monism (UM) differs from possibly all the other philosophical models. This is because it is based not ab initio, on philosophy. Instead, UM derives from scientific empiricism, mathematics and logic. Therefore, UM is not in that sense, “metaphysical” because it developed out of science: It is very much a secondary derivation of the metaparadigm that is TDVP. The logic of UM develops out of necessity. There is no need for any connection as in dualism. And there is no need to relate massenergy or spacetime or “consciousness” to be products of the other. All of space, time and “consciousness” independently exist. There is no critique about limitations of our objective physical reality and nor do we have a problem with survival after death or with psi or with meaningful evolution. There is no need for emergence, epiphenomena or derivativeness. All seamlessly fit. No other model in this context makes sense under every circumstance. This is why UM was borne out of necessity: A logical consequence of the science and the mathematics.
Effectively, therefore, Unified Monism is a philosophical endpoint of science and mathematics. This unified model is also an important descriptor of the Science and Mathematics of TDVP.
It is remarkable that both Drs Neppe and Close quite independently developed the same philosophical concept, effectively referring to Unified Monism , even though it did not exist and we are only now defining this new philosophical model!
The term “unified monism” needs another clarification. In current philosophical discussions, the term "monism" is rarely used. The two terms most used are "materialism" and "dualism", the latter often being used to mean "not materialism". The term "monism" is used in two very different ways: it can mean (i) there is only one kind of thing or it can mean (ii) there is only one thing. A materialist usually believes (i) together with the belief that there are many individuals of that kind; an idealist like Berkeley believes (i) together with the assumption that many such individual minds exist. These individuals are "atomistic monists".
