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Topic: it's in there somewhere....
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Timothy Sutter

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Re: it's in there somewhere....
Posted: Nov 7, 2012 4:00 AM
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http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=adiabatic
adiabatic.

adj.
Of, relating to, or being a reversible
thermodynamic process that occurs without
gain or loss of heat and without
a change in entropy.
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see, unless one can posit that the expansion
of the universe was something of this sort,
one doesn't get a reversible process,

and positting something of this sort will
likewise fail because it will not allow
for the formation of distinguishable
particulate objects.

meaning, if one were to suggest,
that some 'other unknowable universe'

was simply holding a gaseous deposit in 'it'
until such time as 'it' spewed 'its' contents
into what we would call 'our' spacial domain,

the only way such a process could be reversible
would be one in which no materials were ever
formed and simply a 'plasmic' 'heat exchange'
between dual spacial domains.

very slow inflation from one
spacial domain to the 'other' domain.

the fact that we see integrated particulate matter
tells us that we do not have a reversble adiabatic
process between dual spacial domains and therefore
are not looking at such a reversible process and
therefore, our 'beginning' remains as the first
and only knowable beginning.

in other words, this relegates the
'cosmic flatulence' to an
invalid sentiment.

meaning, if we don't have a reversible
adiabatic process, we dissipate all our
heat and run out of fuels before the
surface of endless time is even
scratched and we should not be here
to ponder the question,

and if we do have a reversible
adiabatic process, we don't
get any particles.

therefore, a primary singular one time
initiation of the entire process by
conscious intent remains as the only
valid mechanism.

the prospect of collapsing this universe
into a zero order nothingness also remains
as a possibility given conscious control
of the system.

the logistics of which only need take into
account the possibility of some lynch pin
collapse mechanism placed in our domain
by the Creator.

a minor alteration in any of
the six numbers and the entire
thing collapses into a
zero order nothingness.

likewise,
ordering the six numbers
initiates genesis.

the magnificent concentration of design will.

be it so



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