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Infinite Cold Energy
by Robert Franklin
The most exciting physics and religion book ever released!
1st in a Series
Artificial Intelligence
The Big Bang
Dimensions of Space
Quantum Computers
Quantum Teleportation
Dark Matter ● Dark Energy
Superstrings ● Branes
Wormholes ● Black Holes
Metaverse Spaces ● Metapeople
Metatrons ● Holy Ghost ● Satan


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Infinite Cold Energy (I.C.E.) is not just another physics publication; it's a captivating journey through the frontiers of scientific inquiry and cosmic speculation. With a blend of clarity and depth spanning 278 pages (139 two page spreads), this book is meticulously crafted to engage both curious laypeople and seasoned professionals alike. From its inception in 1991, this project has evolved into a magnum opus, leaving no stone unturned in the quest for a comprehensive Theory of Everything (ToE). Delving into the fascinating realms of cosmology, Infinite Cold Energy sheds light on the mysteries that precede the known epochs of cosmic evolution: the Big Bang. Robert (Bob) Franklin's visionary framework, the Itty Bitty Teeny Weeny Little Big Bang Theory, serves as a launching pad into a world of profound concepts, from the enigmatic figure of Metatron to the intricate dynamics of supercubes and alphatrons that are incidentally illustrated on the front cover of the book. But what sets this book apart is its bold exploration of the intersection between science and religion. Franklin's revelations about the true nature of Metatrons, and the startling revelation that the Holy Ghost and Satan themselves are alphatrons, challenge conventional boundaries, and invite readers to reconsider the very fabric of reality. Moreover, Infinite Cold Energy isn't just a theoretical treatise; it's a visual masterpiece. Featuring over 90 meticulously crafted illustrations, tables and charts, this book offers a feast for the eyes as well as the mind. Each illustration, table and chart serve to elucidate complex theories, making them accessible to all who dare to delve into their depths.
      At the heart of this groundbreaking work lie Franklin's original theories, 1D Alpha Vector Theory and Preatomic 2D Beta Theory, which boldly challenge the dominance of established paradigms like string theory and brane theory. And then there's 0D Meta Theory, a groundbreaking concept akin to 0-brane point particles, that offer tantalizing glimpses into the very genesis of our universe. Infinite Cold Energy isn't just a book; it's an odyssey. It's an invitation to embark on a voyage of discovery, where the boundaries between science and spirituality blur, and the mysteries of existence beckon. For anyone who has ever pondered the origins of the cosmos or dared to dream of a unified theory that encompasses all, then this book is essential reading. So, join us as we venture into the Infinite Cold Energy that pervades the eternal cosmos, and unlock the secrets that lie beyond the veil of the known universe.

  Book Reviews  
"A comprehensive collection of physics theories, including original ideas about the
origin and functions of our universe all written with a creative imagination.
Enjoyable characters and innovative graphics add to this absorbing,
and dynamic interpretation of our world."
Shirley Egland Spalla, USC graduate, BSc
"Infinite Cold Energy is an engrossing physics book that sets out to develop a complete
physics Theory of Everything. The author effectively explores the junction between
science and religion, attempting to explain our origins and future in a way that
both laypeople, and specialists can comprehend. The book covers a wide
range of themes, including the dimensions of space, the events preceding
the Big Bang and futuristic concepts such as the metaverse, quantum
teleportation, and immortality on Earth. It is written from a distinct point
of view, challenging established physics theories and providing readers
with a new viewpoint about our universe."
Kibira Wanjiku, Kenya



About The Author
Robert (Bob) Franklin
is an American self-educated in theoretical physics, a former licensed electrical contractor, a former licensed armed alarm company owner-operator, a music recording artist and theologian. Bob resides in southern California.
Infinite Cold Energy
Unveiling the Ultimate Physics Theory of Everything


Excerpt from Chapter 0 from the physics book Infinite Cold Energy by Robert Franklin


To the left of this page is an imaginary mascot image of Metatron who has a capital letter 'M' on his chest and belt buckle. In this book Metatron is a digitized avatar life form who is the ruler of the infinite eternal Heavens that exists throughout the zeroth dimension of space. Metatron can also be referred as Father Nature and as Father in the Heavens who resides in the Heavens along with his wife Mrs. Metatron who is known as Mother Nature as illustrated on the first page of Chapter 1. The Metatrons could be considered our infinite eternal parents who have always existed throughout infinity and who were never born. The origin of the name Metatron is a matter of debate and mostly unknown, although its use has been around for thousands of years.
      The word meta is derived from the Greek language meaning after or beyond. In Latin, meta is equivalent to the words post- or ad-. In epistemology, the word meta is used in conjunction with another word to create a custom category. The word meta was first used in Mycenaean Greek, the most ancient attested form of Greek language between circa 1600 to 1100 BC. The word meta was made popular by a book editor when he used the word metaphysics as a title for a collection of works by the Greek philosopher and scientist Aristotle mentioned earlier in the Introduction.
      The idea for using the word meta in this book was mainly inspired by professor Nader Engheta and his group in the electrical engineering department at the University of Pennsylvania, who in 2012 created the first optical circuit dubbed a "metatronic" circuit made from a new type of manmade material called metamaterial. Afterwards, I used the title metatricity for several projects inspired by the metatronic term. After that, I decided to use the name Metatron for an imaginary animate life form without a physical presence, with the ability to morph into an animate humanoid life form. In addition, back in 2014, I decided to start using the term meta for the first number of the Greek numeral system instead of the Greek word omicron which stands for the Greek letter o or O. The symbol for zero is correctly spelled 0 and the zero will sometimes have a forward slanting line through the middle of the number zero, or it will have a dot in the middle. There are a lot of people who say "O" when they should be saying "zero," as in "0." It does make a difference, especially when passwords are involved.
      Going back in history, years ago some people feared the number zero. Charles Seife, the author of the book Zero: The Biography of a Dangerous Idea, mentions how the number zero was banned by the Greeks, worshipped by the Hindus and used by the Church to fend off heretics. Charles Seife mentions further how the number zero is "infinity's twin," and "is both nothing and everything," the "yin and yang." However, using the number zero is not a substitute for the word nothing or nothingness. The number zero is something and nothing is nothing. Like the old saying goes: "From nothing comes nothing." So, using the number zero for the word nothing is a really bad idea because actually there really is no such thing as nothing, except for the word itself. There is one exception to there being nothing and that could be the words darkness, and silence which is something, but at the same time is nothing. Neither word, nor the two of them combined, are capable of producing work in the macroscale, nor in the sub-Planck scale.


Back in 1991, when I first began to work on the theory called Infinite Cold Energy (I.C.E.) as a way to explain from where the Big Bang originated, part of the idea was based on the notion that everything was derived from nothing. I used the nothingness word until some time around the mid-1990s before I started using the word somethingness as a replacement. To this day, I sometimes hear people say it or I will sometimes read articles where people are still using the nothing, and nothingness words, but the words something and somethingness are now far more popular.
      There are publications available that provide information about the history behind the use of the word nothing. In 2001 two physics books on the subject of nothingness were published. One book by K.C. Cole titled The Hole In The Universe goes extensively into the subject, as well as, a book by John D. Barrow's titled The Book of Nothing. Another word that is sometimes used instead of the nothingness word is the word void. Jean-Pierre Luminet, an astrophysicist who reviewed John D. Barrow's book in 2002, stated in his review that the Greek poet Hesiod (eighth century BC) theorized that the world was created ex vacuo (out of the void) that existed before the world was created, instead of ex nihilo (out of nothing). In the review Jean-Pierre Luminet also mentioned there is a fundamental distinction between the two words void and nothing that for centuries has led to "commentaries and controversies in the fields of philosophy and religion, as well as, in science." Jean-Pierre Luminet continued on by mentioning that another book with almost the exact same title called Book of Nothing was published in 1510 by the illuminist philosopher Charles de Bouelles, in Amiens, France, under the Latin title Liber de Nichilo. Jean-Pierre Luminet finalized his statement by saying Charles de Bouelles "invoked the metaphysical and mystical doctrines of Nicholas of Cusa (a German philosopher) and the Neoplatonists to show God in the act of creating a finite and temporal universe out of the void."



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