In physics, Static Theory is a theoretical framework in which all of the laws of physics that are observed, and other laws which could exist, are given dependency on travel through a fixed medium termed the Static. The theory has still many unanswered questions, one arising from the implication of the theory that all consciousness could be a thread that winds through this Static, since all conscious states are expressed simultaneously from the frame of reference of the Static.

In Popular Culture Edit

Popular cultural movements have cropped up in recent times which run with this implication as their central concepts, that all lifeforms are connected on this same thread, although scientists maintain that the analogy of a 'connectedness' of all lifeforms and the entirety of their timelines is less concrete even than the relationship between lifeforms and their immediate physical surroundings, and thus not as useful in conservation and peace efforts.