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Offline yadi999

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Everything.
« on: 20/05/2012 19:05:04 »
Everything.

Once upon a time there was nothing.
This is the foundation on which everything was built. Therefore, for something to exist, it must be able to exist within nothing. It must equal nothing. Fortunatly for all things, zero and infinty are entwined! Nothing has a place within infinity. This is the factor which made it possible for the first three laws to exist. The three infinate laws. Change, Light and Space.
These three infinate laws create a three dimensional platform from which a tri-infinate amount of new non-laws can be born. Matter and gravity. Stars and solar systems. Then, in no time whatsoever, observers.
We observers exist because we can. We see Change in the form of time and presume that all things move at our pace but it is not true. We are the keepers of time. Time begins and ends when we do.
Nothing can happen until an observer has shaped it from the infinates. We truely are the whole reason the sun and stars were born. Infact it would be more proper to say that each observer is individually responsible for everything that came before it, everything happening during it, and everything that can come after it. We are the last creation of Change. An infinate amount of new changers.


 

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Re: Everything.
« Reply #1 on: 20/05/2012 19:39:59 »
Material time exists in space. We are keepers of subjective time. I cannot still define communication between material time and subjective time.
 

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Re: Everything.
« Reply #2 on: 20/05/2012 22:02:00 »
Do you understand how a thing can have two beginnings and two ends? Now think infinatly bigger.
 

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