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A Singularity That Doesn't Result In The Formation Of Me Is Pointless

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posted on Jun, 10 2018 @ 04:05 AM
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a reply to: Boundless1
Everything is simply appearing - even the thought 'I have freewill' just appears.
Is there really 'someone' in there that could have freewill?

What appears as thought and sensation is immediate - it is not like there is 'someone' in there choosing what will appear. Thoughts appear and disappear - words appear and disappear - sensation appears and disappears. Whatever is appearing may well be the one and only - the singularity!
No choice - no chooser - just this.

edit on 10-6-2018 by Itisnowagain because: (no reason given)




posted on Jun, 10 2018 @ 08:37 PM
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Yeah so the being-experiencer is the singularity..

Within a transient matrix.



posted on Jun, 10 2018 @ 10:54 PM
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You cannot find faults with a perfect illusion....



Physicist Victor J. Stenger points out (2007: 117-121) that in an expanding universe, it actually is possible for the universe to start out in a state of maximal entropy, and yet for its entropy to increase over time, because the expansion of spacetime also raises the maximum allowable entropy. The maximum allowable entropy, in fact, increases faster than the actual entropy, which means that there is room for localized order to form.


Only ponder why the illusion is so hell bent in allowing life to flourish:



The strength of gravity, when measured against the strength of electromagnetism, seems fine-tuned for life (Rees 2000: ch. 3; Uzan 2011: sect. 4; Lewis & Barnes 2016: ch. 4). If gravity had been absent or substantially weaker, galaxies, stars and planets would not have formed in the first place. Had it been only slightly weaker (and/or electromagnetism slightly stronger), main sequence stars such as the sun would have been significantly colder and would not explode in supernovae, which are the main source of many heavier elements (Carr & Rees 1979). If, in contrast, gravity had been slightly stronger, stars would have formed from smaller amounts of material, which would have meant that, inasmuch as still stable, they would have been much smaller and more short-lived (Adams 2008; Barnes 2012: sect. 4.7.1).

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posted on Jun, 10 2018 @ 11:46 PM
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So what does that guy say about our ordering consciousness?

The very thought of order brings a calm, and peacefulness to the thinker..



posted on Jun, 11 2018 @ 12:01 AM
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originally posted by: Boundless1
So what does that guy say about our ordering consciousness?

The very thought of order brings a calm, and peacefulness to the thinker..
A peace that surpasses our understanding perhaps?
edit on 6/11/2018 by MissSmartypants because: edit




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