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jdawe
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ActionReaction: The Perfect Universe
Posted:
Dec 2, 2012 8:03 PM


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.

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.



