M Systems – Illustrated Summary (Super Summary)

M Systems – Illustrated Summary

A Digital Theory of Everything

By Nick Ray Ball 4th December 2016

Welcome to ‘M-Systems’ the first of a trilogy of books in the ‘Angel Theory’ series. M-Systems takes a math and physics first look at the creation of a virtual business network, designed to provide long term solutions and opportunities as seen on M-System 14: ‘Angel City 5’.


Created as 16 different systems/chapters, In this illustrated summary I shall attempt to present a version of this book accessible to all, the introduction and first five chapters are technical, but lay the groundwork, after which the remaining chapters tell the story in an accessible fashion.

M-Systems draws its name from M Theory, the multi universal evolution of string theory, which is a highly-evolved set of mathematics that ‘in theory’ unifies quantum mechanics and general relativity to create a unified theory of everything.


In his 2010 book ‘The Grand Design’ Professor Stephen Hawing says:

‘Ever since Newton and especially since Einstein, the goal of physics has been to find simple mathematical principles and with them to create a unified ‘Theory of Everything. M-Theory is the unified theory Einstein was hoping to find!’

Hawking is also noted to say:

‘If we discover a complete theory of the universe, it should, in time be understandable to everyone and not just to a few scientists.’

‘I don’t believe that the ultimate theory will come by steady work along existing lines. We need something new.”

M-Systems may be that something new, it mimics, simulates or directly uses many of the key components of M-Theory, but instead of applying the principles to nature and our universe, It applies them to a virtual network, business and economic system.

By creating a system that follows the rules and laws of nature, it economically compresses the system into one simple formula, so benefiting from billions of years of natural fine tuning. Below we see the system architecture, created as 16 different components, that flow from system to system, interplay with each other, and become circular, as the 16th System has a direct effect on the first and so it starts again, but with greater initial input.


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