Tuesday, June 07, 2011

Singularity: Another brainstorm point

This is just a brief thought.

What if the singularity as our "origin" was a misunderstood fact. What if its trait was not the containment of mass, but the potential fundamental component that- by its behavior- creates all that we perceive as mass. Meaning that it's the single, lowest component of the build up of all dimensions to come.

What if this singularity was repeating its state with specifically directed alterations (motion so to say), while each repetition of previous repetitions represented a new dimension and in this manner it would build up a matrix in the first three dimensions. Upon this matrix, subsequent repetitions would produce aspect by aspect the substance, transfer of certain states or momentum and therefore a form of communication. The time that we perceive and the processes that we can measure are only carried on the original matrix and are not subject to the speed in which the singularity itself is moving. We only measure the occurrence and transfer of states from the 4th dimension forward (time on the matrix = space time).

What if we are one of billions of repetitions that will eventually produce a state of a following dimension after ours.

What if the speed of light reflects the amount of time it takes for all previous dimensions (after the 3rd) to produce the shape or state of our dimension. 1.0/~300,000,000,000 seconds to define all states along the length of a centimeter. The energy that we measure can only be transferred through finalized states of previous dimensions. To travel any faster would require to transport information in a lower dimension. Although it would be imaginable to assume that the similarity in any repetition within the previous dimension to ours could suffice to predict with some accuracy where something would be transported to, the consequences could equally be catastrophic. Whereby this all could well be total nonsense, too, of course.

What if the major trait that defines the character of our dimension is the ability to think, decide beyond simple reaction. Every move we make defines the path or development of all previous dimensions. Therefore, everything we do would be defined by decisions in the following dimension. The complexity this process would require must take in account our trait of thinking. Therefore a certain kind of margin must be known, while a certain kind of instruction might be given to us, so that we can successfully arrive at what ever state this upper dimension wants us to be, so to say.

Involuntarily we interfer and interact with all previous dimensional processes. We take them for granted and react to how they manifest within ours. If intelligence itself has been a trait of a previous dimension, even if it was purely reactive, and our dimension allows us to overcome the purely reactive behavior, then imagine the tremendous power and awareness of the next. I shall leave that to theology. :o)


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