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originally posted by: BELIEVERpriest
a reply to: randomthoughts12
It does seem implausible to me for the simple reason that no one has the capability to count down from 1 to 0. You can calculate it and say 1-1=0, but you cant count the number of fractions between 1 and 0....but on the other hand, nor can you count the number of fractions between 1 and 2.
Nevertheless, for me, the concept of 0 is an absence, and in a universe where even the vacuum of space is fill with subatomic particles/strings/dark matter/aether, the concept of Absolute Zero is just an illusion.
I don't think the universe was ever "created", I believe that it was filled with fractalized fields, iterated from a spectrum of higher scaled energy/mass "folding upon itself". Just think of musical chords. They are a stacking of tones played simultaneously. The result is something far more powerful than individual tones.
In my opinion, this means that Absolute Zero was never a reality. Reality is and has always been 1. Before the universe was filled, 1 existed in a stasis of wholeness. After the filling started, 1 was infinitely divided and self iterated on all scales to produce everything we think we experience today.
I don't know if that answers your question or not, but this is all my opinion. I am just kind of feeling my way around the darkness of the unknown.