I would start out with a image that represents the infinite if i was to try and solve this mathematically.
The infinite is a constant. It will never change. It must be the first dimension.
I would start out with a image to try and build a theory. Because; before you can make a mathematical equation you must first have a solid theory to
build it on.
So if you start out with this image:
You have the first platform to start building your mathematical theory.
In the beginning everything must have been totally black "nothingness". The image is two dimensional because there is no other dimensions/light/energy
present to give it depth.
- The infinite proves that energy can not be infinite like science tells us it is. Because energy is not a constant.
Energy must be a source formed by the infinite. So it can be ruled out.
I would call the infinite for 1. Because the infinite is the very first dimension/source. And only the first dimension can be infinite. No other
dimension can be as it is. So i would rule out zero, because the infinite exists as 1 dimension.
Her is a image that displays two different dimensions. The black dot in the middle is the second dimension.
And you can only have the second dimension " the dot" if you have the first dimension "the infinite".
The big question is how did the infinite form the black dot, if the infinite is a constant?
Since the first dimension is infinite there are no external sources present to do anything.
This means that the first dimension must have formed the second dimension all by it self.
This means that the first dimension must be intelligent among other things.
The equation:
1 intelligence = Thought
Nothing can be formed by a thought alone so we must add more to our equation.
1 intelligence = "thought" = idea
1 idea + action = 2
The equal symbol is the time it takes for 1 intelligence to form a though and than a idea to create an action/cause. The plus symbol represents the
will that will cause the action to form 2.
2 is the black dot. The second dimension.
There is only one way the infinite could have formed the dot. By looking at it, it shouldn't be hard to tell how it must have been done?
The dot is very small compared to the infinite. And we can see that it is a totally different dimension than the surrounding white aria.
The infinite must have compressed its own body to form the second dimension.
There are way to check this:
If you think of a absolute vacuum as the first dimension "infinite". Every single matter "dimension" formed must be positive compared to it. There is
nothing that can be as neutral as the absolute vacuum "The infinite". There is not one thing you can mention that even comes close to it.
edit on 27.06.08 by spy66 because: (no reason given)
edit on 27.06.08 by spy66 because: (no reason given)