What would the universe be like

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I think it would be better to say - "We dont know what is not, only what is."

Imagine if the point (absolute) from which your measuring is moving as you measure.
 
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Do we move from our minds when we think about the world?

Our mind is the absolute point, the start point.

Think about it

The universe could of:

- Had a start BUT have no end.
- Had a start AND will have an end.
- Never had start BUT will have an end.
- Never had start AND will never have an end.

Space and time appear to be infinite (as far as we know).

We move around space and through time.
 
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Its nothing but perception of the statement. either way is only partially right.

Suppose you have 3 choices, only 1 is right:a,b or c.

You would need to observe all three to "know" the right one.

And in doing so.....you "know" the wrong ones too.
 
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So if its infinite....then it will never be "known".
 
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We already have knowledge, its understanding we lack.
 
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Why does life exist? Why do YOU exist? Evolution.
 
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In maths there are constants implying somethings never change.
In maths there are infinities implying somethings always change.

The structure of space is constant.
The effects of time are infinite.
 
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Alot of physics map something through space over time.

Another way of putting is that physics maps movement through each tile (each tile is a division of sum of tiles) of the structure (sum of the tiles).

Think about minutes one after the other, with no begining or end, cyclic.
Think about minutes one after the other, with a begining and end, linear.
 
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Is this right :
0 times any is 0. infinty times any is infinity.

Apllied to reason and understanding would result in the same.

So "why" ask what WILL NEVER BE KNOWN.
In that case the only real cycle would be in the mind.
 
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Thats exactly right.

Cycles ALWAYS have a start and begining but can repeat for ever.

Lines DONT HAVE TO have a begining and end but can extend forever.

WE create the begining (and end) of time and space in our minds.

We observe things though lifecycles (line-cycles).

We do expreiments that have begining and end. But the SPACE and TIME in which we insert our beginings and ends was already there!!!

Consider a graph with Time on 1 axis and Space on the other, you automatically get a matrix!!!
 
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Imagine 2 universe so tighly woven together throwing the power of each to each other.

Swaying and pulsing.
 
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This model 'in a nutshell' is 2 parallel 'matrix' universes tightly woven together (at string ratio level), they basically take it turns to represent the movement of energy through/by space and through/by time.

(egyptian ra aspects, taoism ying/yang, the dance of shakta/shiva(?), genesis adam/eve (tree (combination of linear and circular effects) of knowledge of good and evil means the ability to make distinctions between things, to be as gods, create and destroy, i think its implying the responsibility that comes with knowledge (the responsibility being understanding, i think understanding is common sense; knowledge/understanding - conscience/un conscience mind))

When one matrix is in its compress/expand cycle, the other is at rest; does being awake and sleeping sound familiar?

Higher compressions cause energy clustering, in 2d the clustering effect is like flapping, like a butterfly.

We as humans are created by the planet 'pulsing' and 'twisting', (lifted (shaked up) from the dust of the earth (carbon) with water/heat (vapour)).

This is why we like to dance!!

The universal turing machine can express all other turing machines, the turing machine has a set of atomic or primitive operations.

What I am proposing is the universal atomic operations of nature, of which I believe string theory predicts. The tiles which have a set of atomic operations (making them turing machines) creating endless numbers of 'clustered' turing machines (big things are always lots of small things).

4 Dualities

1 - Static + Dynamic = Complex (or Simple + Diverse = Richness)

2 - Cyclic + Linear = Expodential (or Days + Lifetime = Growth)

3 - Internal + External = Difference (Its only in difference that similarities occur, if things where not different they would be the same, hence there would be no similarities, - im hinting at fractals)

4 - Heat + Cold = Life

The Planet is hot internally and cold externally.
Humans are warm internally and cold externally.
(Externally = Surrounded By)

The model I am proposing produces 3d fractals.

The human body has 5 nodes, a head, 2 arms and 2 legs.
The hands have 5 nodes as do the feet.

There where 5 original (or primitive) string theory equations. 4 of the 5 where pairs of dualities:

Strong/Weak
Short/Long (I think this refers to distance)

Imagine walking down the street, each leg taking it in turn to be the strong force while the other the weak?

This reminds me of super symmetry, walking also includes waves. Walking is moving through space over time or over space and through time.
 
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Why does the Universe exist? You don't get something for nothing. You evolve to stay alive.... So then is the Universe itself a state of perfect evolution?
 
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Evolution require an earlier form or state, no? You have to evolve FROM something. So to attribute evolution to the universe you wind up with two choices: an infinite regress of prior states, or a single unexplained prior state. But these are the same two choices Aristotle found, and was distressed by, and which Kant used to illustrate the meanglessness of such speculation, since the one is as stupid as the other.
 
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...............the perfect state of evolution prevents us (the imperfect state of evolution) from knowing these reasons..... I'm not talking about evolution as in development. I'm actually talking about COMPETITION between life-forms in order to exist, the basis for the Universe's own existence - COMPETITION. To win to exist. What I mean is, to us what we may call 'prior' does not actually mean what we think it does. It is a simplistic point of view which gets us confused as you stated. Competition is not straightforward like that. It's really complicated....
 
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Reflector said:
It's really complicated....
It sure is... ain't it?
 
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Consider progression from a relative persepective, the human race develops, but human individuals die. Maybe the human race will die one day. Life in some form will always develop.

Things can reach a peak, maybe its just not possible to do somethings, it certainly seems that way. The human race works really hard, but where is the cut off point? When do we reach our peak? When we are immortal?

Maybe the peak is life!!! The tip of the iceburg!!

My point is that there seem to be 2 things that always tie everything together.

Time and space(or distance/movement through/around). Take away one and everything becomes nothing.
Interestingly enough they can both be 'static' as in a mathematical expression or both be 'dynamic' as in real life. There is no half way house, i.e static time and dynamic space .

Think about a sentence.

Your consience mind (virtualisation tunnel) reads the incoming representation of the words (shapes/symbols), but the unconsience mind makes sense of the overall meaning.

Maybe 'why does the universe exist' is the wrong question, maybe 'why do things exist in the universe' is a better, it 'seems' to make more 'sense', but that may only be to me because i think time and space are the cornerstone constants.
 
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Maybe 'why does the universe exist' is the wrong question, maybe 'why do things exist in the universe' is a better, it 'seems' to make more 'sense', but that may only be to me because i think time and space are the cornerstone constants.
Why do time and space exist?

At what time and in what space did time and space come into being?

At what time and in what space did the universe come into being?

Something (time and space included) somehow came from nothing... or something always existed... somehow.
 
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Time and space exist because they are the 'key' requirements of reality.

All religion/science can fit in to the 4 possible 'belief' types of 'universe' scenarios:

There was A beginning AND there will be AN end.

There was A beginning BUT there will be NO end.

There was NO beginning BUT there will be AN end.

There was NO beginning AND there will be NO end.

The big bang model 'believes' in one of the first too, I believe in the last one.

It makes things ever so simple then.
 
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Have included another visualisation of model.
 

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Wouldnt reaction have something to do with a new begining?

And that reaction seeking equalibrium establish a "sense of time"?

If one square light year produced one new atom(or part) every day , We'd never be able to "know" with no guess work. But it would be possible to do.And at the same time one atom would be naturally reaching decay. And because all this stuff we call matter is in different states(forms) not just one big chunk ,While its not ended yet , wouldnt it be safe to assume something random and repeating?
 
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Things are not random.

Things come into being or happen (move/change) when the conditions are right.
 
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Ok,
"When the conditions are right" >>> to produce any results that lasts any time...
I used the word random to descibe a difference in conditions at the same time.

If conditions are not in sync then they will seek equalibrium. right?
That means conditions must not be equal to get a change in reaction. right?
And "REACTION" could define What the universe is. ....REACTION.
And "NOTHING" could be defined as "LACK OF REACTION".

With no reaction there is nothing. Life is reaction. Matter is reaction....
The universe is reaction.

Does any of this seem close?
 
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I used the word random to descibe a difference in conditions at the same time.

If conditions are not in sync then they will seek equalibrium. right?
The conditions are already in sync, the are happening a the same time, i.e. synchronised.
 
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Ok, that was twisted.
sync---bad word. try different. Not talking about time.

If conditions are different then they will seek equalibrium. right?
 

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