posted on Jul, 25 2014 @ 03:03 PM
This is the only place that I am permitted to post a thread. So here is what I have been trying to share with this website and its members. If it can
be or should be moved to the philosophy section, then please do so! I've tried to post it there, but I am not able to, and this problem has not been
resolved, nor have any moderators or technicians replied to me about it.
The following submission deals with logic, and, I suppose, theoretical physics since there are elements of physics involved with the logic. Please
enjoy. This is not necessarily a question, as will be obvious within the content of the text, rather it is the beginning of a testing phase of a slow
release of information. I am attempting to gather feedback from the public so that I may beter understand how to manage the release of this and future
information. Please feel free to comment, disseminate, critique and compliment. Yes, I am the mind that is purely behind this philosophy (and more to
come), and yes I wish to remain anonymous here at this time, as I currently believe it belongs to all creatures in the form of a universal blue-print,
and should not be attached to one name for the sake of popularity, personal interest or clout. This view is subject to change. ( I apologize in
advance if my grammar and syntax is not perfect, though I do not believe that it is so atrocious that it is incomprehensible )
The Dichotomy of the Immeasurable Singularity: The Logical Maxim of Material Interconnectivity
A logical transcript on the argument of assertion et al (Developmental Phase)
The Meaning of An Immeasurable Singularity:
I devised the phrase "immeasurable singularity" for the following reason: An eternal volume of space and time would leave no room and no time for
another eternity to simultaneously exist. In material logic it would be a fallacy for two eternities to co-exist. One eternity would be all of space
and all of time that has, will, and does exist; past, present, and future, anywhere and everywhere that time and space is. Ergo, eternity has no
beginning and no ending, it is immeasurable. The introduction of the dichotomy is not that two eternities exist, but rather that the concept of
immeasurableness applies to two seeming opposites: eternity and nothingness. This will be clearly revealed in the following examples and
The Immeasurableness of "Nothing":
A volume of "no space" and thus "no time" has no beginning and no ending, therefore it cannot be measured in totality, and hence as a consequence
it is immeasurable. In this context we cannot measure that which does not exist. I will refer to this as "nothing" and "absence".
Explaining the Commonality of Eternity and Nothingness:
The concepts of both eternity and absolute absence cannot be measured in totality. Eternity because it has no beginning and no end, thus no points at
which to measure the totality of such a thing should it exist, and nothingness because it too has no beginning, nor does it have an ending, henceforth
the identical conclusion of immeasurability applies to its concept as well. Eternity and absence are immeasurable. Now we understand their logical
Defining the Material Inter-connectivity:
Because absence does not and cannot materially exist, then it follows that no space of absence can come between any two objects, so absence also acts
as the concept that connects all things, whereas simultaneously eternity serves the same purpose. All material things are forms of energy. New energy
can not be created and existing energy cannot be destroyed, therefore it is eternal, and it is thus eternity that connects all things, and therefore
all things must be connected and eternal.
Laymen Mathematical Implications:
In mathematics I would identify both eternity and absence as the number 0. If we insert this into any mathematical equation, it either has no effect
or it causes the value of the solution to become empty and/or null. Hence, we can not invoke the Eternal God nor can we inject false data sets into
scientific procedures, i.e. substituting in make believe information into the place of an ABSENCE of evidence or missing variables.
Additionally, the concept of eternity also has a place with the idea of the number 1 and the number 0. Since there can only be one eternity, then
eternity can be thought of as simultaneously 0 and 1 - immeasurable and singular. The universal language that represents the symbolically mathematical
display of the immeasurable singularity can then be understood as binary.