posted on Jun, 15 2014 @ 12:21 AM
The famous double slit experiment:
We know everything about a particle's trajectory until it gets to the slits. If we knew which slit it would go through, we'd know its future
trajectory. But if that information is not available to be known, the future is abstraction. Even though the future is abstraction, the past wasn't.
It only became abstraction after and during its passing through the slits.
The past happened as it happened. The big bang happened and we can know everything that followed as a result. The past is concrete all the way back
to the big bang. Had anything happened at all during the big bang and after that could have been considered an unknowable variable, the information
that held the physics of the developing universe in concrete form would have broken down into complete abstraction and what would have followed would
have been a perpetuation of unknowable and unpredictable events.
Since the past is inferable and can be known, it has always been knowable. Since it has always been knowable, life has been inevitable since the
beginning of the universe.
edit on 15-6-2014 by smithjustinb because: (no reason given)