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Topic: Action-Reaction: The Perfect Universe
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jdawe

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Action-Reaction: The Perfect Universe
Posted: Dec 2, 2012 8:03 PM
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Imagine if we were to remove all of the energy in the universe so that
we are left with nothing.

Nothing = 0.

So, let's remove the energy, let's get rid of:

Brightness

Motion

Sound

Active

Hot

Curving

Dimensional

Expansion

All we have now is nothing:

A Dark, At Rest, Silent, Passive, Cold, Linear, Dimensionless
Absolutely Contracted point.

In other words a zero dimensional infinitely small vacuum point.

This point represents the PERFECT universe.

Anywhere we want to travel in this universe we would get there
INSTANTANEOUSLY.

It has 0 degrees curvature, 0 dimensions and 0 time.

It is the perfect universe afterall so any value other than zero would
represent an imperfection.

Zero is PERFECTION.

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From this FICTITIOUS INSTANTANEOUS LINEAR POINT comes REALITY which is
GRADUAL, CURVING TIMED EXPANSION.

These things always take on a non zero value.

Space - Time

Contraction - Expansion

Zero - NonZero

Beginning - Ending

So in the beginning of the universe there was 'nothing', a perfect
universe! You might say well what was there before nothing.

Nothing is INSTANTANEOUS so it appeared in 0 time lapse. You can't
have something before nothing.




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