posted on May, 30 2004 @ 12:21 PM
The problem is that everyone is trying to place a begginning and an end.
The way to think of our existence is this:
We exist in a singularity. All universes, all time, all space exists in nowhere. It's hard to swallow, but think of an atomic bomb going off. During
that moment when the atoms release the energy, there exists another set of infinite universes. They appear and disappear at an immeasurable speed to
our perspective... so fast, in fact, that they really don't exist. To inhabitants of those universes, they exist for billions of trillions of
The only important numbers in math terms are 1, and -1. This is all that is needed to understand infinity as far as actual numbers. The next step is
the realization of the impact of these two numbers. IF you have a positive and a negative, you obviously have to have a neuter. In math terms, this
neuter is referred to as 0, or nothing... which is, in a sense, the wrong thinking.
1 = positive (relative to the observer)
-1 = negative (relative to the observer)
0 = neuter, or equilibrium... the point where 1 and -1 cross.
During that earlier said explosion, there is a slight imbalance created, or a 'shockwave' of sorts, that disrupts the normal equilibrium point of
the particle. This is when things 'exist', when there is that slight offset. Because our little realm of infinite universes combined would all
balance out, to an outside observer we wouldn't exist. The point they would have to be at to take all of it in would give the appearance that our
realm is one balanced entity, and it doesn't exist to that observer.
In conclusion, everything doesn't exist to any outside observer. We exist in that singularity, at a single moment. There's your outer realms.
Universes aren't sitting side-by-side. They exist in layers... dimensional layers. What separates us is how close or how far away from the
equilibrium point we are. There are no 'membranes' that separate universes within a realm. They are actually one, but different properties are in
effect at different areas. When someone refers to "God" or the "Source", they are referring to that one point of equilibrium, of which we are all
part. As you get closer to equilibrium, the vibrations that allow our existence speed up. Closer to the source, the things we call 'matter' don't
exist. As we get farther out, the properties of matter get more complex, and actually have a hard time existing because the wavelength is so great...
this is because 'energy' dissapates too much in this area.
In a sense, you could consider that there are 2 points of euilibrium, from our perspective. We are in a 'positive' part of the universe, and as we
pass the 'source', we see the 'negative' part of the universe. Black holes feed the source... they compress everything back into a singularity
(black holes are an effect of everything trying to balance out). Even though we see multiple black holes, they are all one, dimensionally speaking.
With this, you can see how we can all exist in different dimensions, but the vibrations are close enough that we become aware of eachother. Everything
we observe is vibrating within our observable range. We can build machines that can detect different vibrations and translate them for us, but using
such machines to determine the width of the universe creates the problem of obtaining a distance from a different dimension, then we apply OUR
observable timestamp on it, and it's wrong. Our observable time doesn't apply the same way to other dimensions.
So, I don't think we will ever come to a definite conclusion of the distance of our universe, because we need time in order to measure distance.
Since time is only relative to this part of our realm, and the properties change as you move closer to or farther away from the source, the percieved
distance is going to change.
So, now you have my theory of waves on this subject, lol... haven't had it fail yet... and if you find any 'inconsistencies', just ask... they are
all explainable through this theory (it's actually quite similar to string theory, but string theory has a huge basic flaw... it relies on a starting
point that you have to go into reverse to get back to. My wave theory assumes true infinity).