posted on Jan, 23 2013 @ 01:48 PM
Originally posted by smithjustinb
reply to post by NorEaster
Conceptualize infinity. Even if it's not real. See it as an indivisible whole that can't be quantified. Infinity would be so infinite that no matter
where you are in it, you will be in the center. (like space and time). Everything would be everything and anything.
Now apply the concept of infinity to known infinite things. Space and time to name a couple. Infinity is so unquantifiable that even if you were to be
attempt to divide it, you would still have an infinite. But you could have the delusion of finite.
Quantum physics has proven that whatever exists as physical is quantized - which means that it can be ultimately quantifiable - even if we can't
accomplish it. There is a defined limit concerning how much can be taken from - divided out of - that which exists as physical. This limit describes
the quantum of whatever it is that's being divided or taken from. This has been proven again and again to be true, even concerning less concrete
quantities like action and distance, which strongly suggests that time, itself, is quantized - allowing the perception of stasis as existent within a
hyper-dynamic contextual environment such as the one that we all share.
Seriously. Why do you think it is that you can't perceive the hyper-kinetic transformation that is occurring all around you from instant to instant as
you gaze at the wall or look at the keyboard of your computer. This is because your brain and your mind exist, perceive, and process that perception
at a sympathetic rate of change (in relative sync) with all the change that occurs at the sub-structure level within this full reality confine. Just
as it is with all of us who share this reality confine with you. We see the larger, slower impacts of all that relentless change - reassembly and
readjustment of the countless levels of holon structure that comprise what we all know to be real and palpable - but the primordial layers themselves
appear solid and material and concrete to us. Our perceptions emerge as immediate memory with the same synchronization as everything else that changes
and emerges within this existential whole that we call reality.
The more primordial the level of change, the more rapid the change rate. This is what some of you call the universal vibration. It's the rate of
change - the Quantum Rate, I guess - and all other change occurs in relative sync with that rate.
This is the true basis of Quantum Physics - the quantum of action - and why any infinite quantity or infinite presence is not possible. That such
quantized structure exists - and has been repeatedly proven to exist - eliminates the possibility that anything exists that is infinite, and therefore
wholly universal and indivisibly so (as any infinite thing must be to be defined as infinite). The infinite "thing" could never be in "change sync"
with the rest of reality, and therefore couldn't "share" that primordial basis of existence with rest of reality. In short, even if it could ever
exist, it could never exist as real within any quantized reality confine - such as the one we exist within.
It's not easy to explain, but this is a very basic sketch of the intractable issue that your premise faces. Like I said, philosophy is fun, and even
capable of providing valuable insights now and then, but it's rarely reflective of reality.
edit on 1/23/2013 by NorEaster because: (no reason given)