a reply to: Kashai
Okay, well, let's get back on track. The types of singularities that I was referring to are not immeasurable. I see what definition that you are
using. I understand that. So that we comprehend one another, I will remain using the definition of immeasurable singularities.
The singularity that I have begun to define, and have generally defined, is NOT infinite
The three/four important definitions to be aware of are: eternal/nothingness, infinite and finite.
Immeasurable, Eternal and Nothingness
- without beginning and without end. Completely immeasurable.
- having beginning and no end, or having end and no beginning. Partly measurable, at least a beginning or an end can be
theorized or witnessed.
- Having beginning and end. Completely measurable.
The singularity that I have defined falls under the category and definition of the eternal/nothingness.
Again, it has no event horizon and is non-circular. It is not a naked singularity, a conical singularity, nor a curvature singularity.
This singularity is a perpetual motion machine. It does not lose and does not gain energy.
The nature of this singularity as you have asked me to consider is as follows: In a physical sense: Anything can happen within the laws of
, or physics. Anything can exist within thought, though not all thoughts can manifest into physical reality, until and unless they align
with physics and the natural physical laws of the physical reality.
For example; I can imagine freezing water at 100 degrees Fahrenheit. However, although this is permitted within thought alone, it is not permissible
within physical reality. Water cannot and will not freeze at 100 degrees.
edit on 9-8-2014 by PansophicalSynthesis because: fix error