This isn't a new theory of any kind, infact this is the theory most youngsters develop about the world at some stage (I know I did, and I know my
parents did). From the moment a child learns about microbes, it can be said to be logical to assume the same in the other direction - we are part of
All you've effectively done different is superimposed two images, which are of very arguable accuracy lol.
That being said, this is an interesting line of thought regardless. However, you're assuming the fundamental being of our universe are the smallest of
particles, but there is a particle-wave duality to take into account, where the wave form is probably more fundamental than the particle (since the
wave form contains ALL information and the particle counter-part is just a 'physical' manifestation at any point or path - cba to get into the quantum
physics details, just wrote a crapload on the Double Slit experiment and such in another thread).
This potential is infinity, and just like how our universe started from this, it is going through states (time has to exist to maintain the universes
ultimate balance, whether it be constant mass or constant energy, the universe is harmonic and only appears chaotic from within) until it returns to
this state. It seems that we are stuck in a sort of infinite loop, yes. However, whatever our universe arose from had to contain all the possible
information for our universe and more (atleast from my perspective), therefore the chain of events would be more like this:
Original Set: Mother Field (Infinity, the dao, god, whatever you want to call it)
Sub-Sets: Our universe and the potentially infinite amount of parallel universes (today considered a serious possibility by science)
Sub-Sub-Sets: The virtual world
What do I mean by the virtual world? Well, we have technically learnt the ability to create our own universes, virtually, and explore them from our
sub-set using an interface we've created (the computer) which works VERY similiarly to how our body is used as an interface for our universe from the
Though this is an EXTREMELY vague description of what I'm trying to get at, I think you'll see what I mean by it not being as simple as atoms are
universes which are atoms which are universes e.t.c and that each part can represent the other fully (like fractals).
Good discussion in general anyway, food for thought.
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