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Alright, you are making put my idea from early on about my theorem on the existence of everything.
It started out in bio 3 in high school. Since the beginning of time, the first breath that a human took consisted of a certain amount of atoms. I cannot remember the quantity but it is directly related to the amount of breaths there are in the atmosphere. This is where my theory began.
Now, what you bring to the table is that the furthest distance from any point is the same point, also the closest.
Let me go down the road of infinite realities. If there are infinite realities or infinite universe and each of these are infinite, let me show you the closest way 2 dimensionally I can represent it.
Okay, it is just a basic diagram of 3 different realities. Each one is connected to an infinite number of other realities. Hence, those infinite realities are connected to those infinite realities. So on and so forth on to infinity.
This diagram cannot even get close to what I am stating but you get an idea of what I am postulating.
Now for what you said about the point being the furthest distance from and the closest. I postulate it is all distances from the point, meaning it is the furthest, closest and every unit of measure in between.
Each point of any given reality intersects with every other point of every other reality, so, the point is closet to and the furthest from.
Now, taking the analogy of the ball on a waterbed inverted was just my way of saying that the water inside the waterbed is all the other realities touching our reality.
Say you have a black hole, it does not actually go anywhere except the closet and furthest reality away.
See, this is where I mind cannot comprehend in a graphical nature what I am talking about. Maybe you can put it into a better descriptive nature than I. Or maybe someone that will read this will.
Now that I have tried to visualize this theorem again, I will go back to the political section and take it ez.