Think of an interactive fractal that seemingly never ends. You can go into it seemingly forever, then back out the same distance. That is how you can
simply view the universe, now add energy, density, gravity and space time and you have a somewhat accurate Universal big picture.
I think size is a fractal formula, others have touched on it. It's sorta irrelevant if you want a size measurement, it simply repeats. And at the
very edges I think you see the illusion finally and realize space recycles itself into infinity, like a doughnut in 6D.
I have some really cool simple math formulas to share that seem alot like numerology mixed with holography I want to share. But they were shown to me
my a strange savant and require a few images I need to create to share the idea correctly, but I feel it may attempt to give some insight to this
question of size.
The way I see it is, look at microbial life, bacteria etc, just our planet alone would seem like the size of the universe to them, yet for us its just
a planet, maybe its all down to size and perspective
Also when looking at the subatomic looking in and down its bigger, and new things, like the higs being found, seems limitless.....
They will never get what they want looking for the smallest stuff for want of an better word, as like in fractals infinity comes in...
if you start with 1 you can cut it in half, and divide it, and in the world of numbers, which seem to have an pretty important part of out
understanding of what holds things together as such, well you can keep doing that forever, you can never reach an end point....
Anyhow THIS BELOW should be taught to every kid in school and is probably the single most important looking "out there" event of the last 100
years.... like the higs just now was looking "in there" lol....the more they look the more they will find :-)
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