I am sick of people thinking there are dimensions. Time is not a dimension, you can not cut something finite infinitely, and vice versa. They are not
compatible, except inside "this"::: but there is still a separation..
"Time is simply a measure denoting the numerical order of change."
Ok... So: explain "change?" How does "change" exist... The finite is not static? The infinite is static? HMMM What does that say about the
More and more evidence that the only things that are "real," are singularities.
So: Can infinity be singular? NO! Infinity by definition is NOT singular except as a singular symbol!! It is linear, it is infinite singularities.
Does this make it "dual?" Perhaps....
So: What else is dual? Well: everything we create.... So: Everything we create, and infinite-nothingness are on the same level... tight....
So: What is the driving force, the dualism(infinite) or the singularities(finite)... Did the infinite bring the finite, or did the finite bring the
infinite??? Which was the cause? Well who knows ~maybe they came together~, but it matters if one came first... Because if the infinite brought the
finite then "forms" exist outside "this", and ~everything(besides fluid energy)~ exists outside the finite and inside the infinite; and everything
is ~being written~. This seems like it is probable from the outside, however!, how can nothingness bring forth somethingness? Good question, it seems
maybe 0 is the only "real" number! ~~~~And 0 created 1... BUT HOW?!?! x) (It didn't, that is just silly)~~~~ Can 0 have a "code"
for 1? Can 1 have a code for 0? (I really, really doubt it!)
So, did the finite bring the infinite? I GUESS, probably.... However don't count out the other possibility!... If the finite brought the infinite,
then everything is ~predestined~, singularities are being formed from a large ~endless and finite~ "pool" of energy... Interesting!
I bet they came together and have always been creating... They have been in harmony for eternity, creating "this."
I mean the deep question is, does 0 come without 1, does 1 come without 0? I think they come together...