This is how it works:
The universe can't come from nothing, because nothing is nothing, and therefore "nothing" has no properties. Something with no properties can't pass
down properties to make something.
The universe can't come from some "sub-particle." Why? Because you enter the problem of infinite regression. For example, say tomorrow scientists
discover a new sub-particle called "infinitesimal quark" with an "up" spin and a charge of 10^0987 (w/e). Philosopher would ask where did the spin and
the charge come from and what determined the charge and spin and from where did the "infinitesimal quark" came from or from what cause? And so on and
so on for every smaller and smaller quark. (they all had to come from somewhere)
The answer lies somewhere in between nothingness and the smallest sub-particle. You have to ask the right question. What can exist that CANNOT be
questioned in terms of where the cause came from yet at the same time is NOT nothing? What ends infinite regression of the question "where did it come
The answer is SIMPLE SPACE. We don't have to explain where space came from or what caused space to exist. Because space just exists. Yet at the same
time space is NOT nothing, because space has properties. Space spans and is interconnected and interwoven like fabric (metaphysical fabric). In
addition space has the property of being infinite. If you travel outside the Big Bang you would surely end up in "some" simple space. Anywhere inside
and outside the universe -- there must be space --
How does SIMPLE space create the Big Bang? The fabric of space must be in motion like an ocean. The waves collide together and form new "shapes" or
sub-particles. Waves have mathematical properties like amplitude, hight, etc... So space waves collide and create Big Bangs, new mathematical
formations, sub-particles, etc...
Why is Simple Space in motion? Because space is infinite -- and 'motion' and 'non-motion' are both properties of infinity.
It may be controversial to say that 'motion' and 'non-motion' are both properties of infinity, because everything is in motion according to
physicists, so one could argue that there can't be 'non-motion.' This may be true, and we could say that simple space is in motion because we know
that 'at least' one property of infinity is motion.
Although it is odd why infinity is in motion. If you divide infinity in half, you would have one side infinitely to the left and the other side
infinitely to the right. And if they are perfectly balanced, then why would there be motion? On this topic, I haven't reached a final conclusion. But
the rest makes sense.
It may be because space has curvature. And we know that pi is a chaotic number that attributes to curvature. So if pi is a property of space
curvature, then this chaos would result in unbalance in the infinity of simple space, and therefore create motion.
And to know more about "why is there motion" -- one would have to understand all or more things about the number pi.
And example is something like "gravity waves" - google it.
if i know the "answer" -- then i also know (i'm not going to tell you how) - that we live in virtual reality. However, outside of virtual reality --
that is where the universe came from (my answer above).
The argument against virtual reality is that it would take to much computing power. The answer is: the universe is not there when you're not looking
at it and atoms/quarks are not there when you're not observing them. So a "chair" that you see in your room is just representation of a virtual chair
made up of nothing until you observe it with a microscope-- that's when the chair starts to have atomic/sub-atomic composition. This saves "Creators"
There is likely not a lot of "life" in the universe so that there would not be too much observation. This saves "Creators" computing power. If you
want to glitch the matrix -- you would have to create a lot of life in the universe and cause simultaneous observation -- this would force the program
to work harder and therefore either glitch or slow down the matrix.
It seems observation in the matrix is a powerful tool! aka -- double slit experiment
If you want to know why we're in the matrix the answer doesn't have to be "evil." Simply -- if you could do it all over again -- how would you do it?
Or who actually wants to live?(or do you actually want to live in the real world?) Or what have you learned "here" in virtual reality that you would
"expand" on in the real world.
I guess you could also consider the lazy "God" argument. So the idea is God has always been and God is a perfect 3-O being - Omnipotent Omnipresent (i
forgot the other "O" - sorry). All powerful? But that doesn't start with an O. I guess I could google it. Omniscient. Anyway, the idea is that God has
always been of certain moral disposition, like against putting a penis in a male butthole. So that's one of the reasons this magnificent being lives
in the sky. To tell you that you can't put a penis in a male butthole. I guess this makes sense. It just seems odd that a being has always been of
certain moral disposition. It seems more reasonable to say that a rational being arrives at moral conclusions, instead of always knowing them. If you
just know, like God, then this seems kind of superficial. Morality is something you wrestle with. You debate. You arrive at conclusions. You don't
just always exist up in the sky with "no penis in butthole" sign.
There are creators of this virtual world, but they had a beginning. You probably don't want to say "everlasting God" but on the other hand you also
don't want to say "no creator" because this virtual world had a creator, just not an everlasting one.
If you want to take up religion, I encourage you to take up 'Satanism.' Man may need some kind of a "religion" -- i don't know. Maybe, maybe not. But
Satanism is way cooler than Christianity. Plus you get all the rock songs with Satanism. Like "Gates of Babylon" by Rainbow.
edit on 7-4-2019
by EraTera2 because: re-organization for better clarity