posted on Sep, 4 2011 @ 09:24 PM
Originally posted by s12345
Lets just say the size of the universe is it's own unit of measurement. If it isn't infinite: which I don't think it is: then we call it 1 unism (
Universe size measurement). HOW BIG IS IT? 1 UNIS
What is the structure, dimension, power that can impose a limit on space itself from being an infinite structure?
What is the structure, dimension, power that can impose a limit on the whole of time itself from being an infinite structure?
I propose both are infinite, both are "composed" of the identical foundational "material" where as space is the characteristic of absolute static
(voltage, non-kinetic) and time is the characteristic of absolute spherical kinetics (current). It is when time (out from the future) impacts the
infinite impedence it stops for an infinitesimal duration to become infinite space (the present), where as it implodes back into its default state of
absolute kinetic and returns to be time (as all the past).