posted on Jun, 3 2017 @ 02:38 PM
The Universe started with a big bang.
The bang was so explosive and huge that all matter was separated into the smallest possible forms.
But there is a pull inside everything that desires to be complete again. And so slowly, this matter started to connect to each other. Atoms combined
in ways they had recognized to form compounds. These compounds formed with others, and became more and more complex.
Eventually, one of these combinations of became self-aware, and it thought it was good. So it attempted to replicate itself. And soon other
combinations did the same.
Over a seemingly infinite period of time, this matter pulled more and more together. Sometimes combinations would break down, but as a whole, it was
always connecting and growing, and becoming more and more complex.
Planets and stars are formed, life goes from single cells to complex organisms.
Eventually, after an eternity of time, a being of such complexity is formed that has the matter of a star but is self-aware; alive.
This being is subconsciously driven to reconnect the lost parts of itself, and begins to gradually connect with more and more of its former self.
It grows larger and larger, beyond anything thought imaginable. But as much as there is a drive for all matter to be connected, there is also a law
that says there must be a limit to this.
And so one day, the being connects to the physical limit of matter that can be had, and in a sudden violent moment, it explodes with such ferocity
that it is scattered in the smallest possible particles all throughout space.