'Too fast' sounds extremely relative.Out of equilbrium in your example of cancer is where one aspect grows too fast.
That's just a language game.As an absolutist statement, this is indeed rubbish.
Right, they don't exist, they are just imaginary architecture.But reality develops out of vague potential towards these absolutes without ever actually achieving them.
Just like the ancients used the 5 elements to describe the world. Some things had more water in them, some were more a combination of earth and air. We moderns have a greater understanding of the world because our model is more detailed and more descriptive. But any model is about utility, it is used for something.
That is oversimplification, as I said before.All philosophy's concepts arose as dichotomies.
Not if the universe was a random event.But that would be OK if the multiverse is really just our universe at a vaguer state of development.
Again, good, depends what you want to use it for.Good and evil - the subtext of this thread - do not make a good dichotomy.