posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 03:57 AM
reply to post by Kashai
Sorry! Late reply. Yes it makes sense. It sounds to be like the Oroborous of everything. Everything is linked so yes, all situations and subjects lead
into every other possible subject in even the most tiniest of ways.
I see it as this. It is a cycle, but moreso perhaps a sphere, that appears to be never ending. Whenever we "think" we reach an end we realize that
we're actually just at the start of something different, perhaps even something we've already seen before.
But my theory is, that to sustain such a system, there must be a means of putting information in at SOME POINT in "time." Meaning, there is a flux
in the system somewhere in SOMETHING, somehow that could possibly lead into whatever is actually on the outside of this sphere.
BUT, there is also the possibility that there is no flux/hole in the sphere, which would mean that it is a self sustained system. But then again, that
leads us to ask, WHAT IS IT SUSTAINED IN? If there is something physical, it has limitations, which means it has an "edge." If something has an
edge, then it means that there is something working against it to create that "edge," much like the pressure inside of a contained water bottle. The
ATM pressure acts like a barrier to the water. If there is no barrier, then everything would simply expand infinitely and forever.
On the subject of evolution.
Species evolve over long periods of time so yes, its hard to see the current steps in evolution from such a minuscule vantage point. However, I think
youre right to believe that there are "jumps" in evolution where a species can almost overnight change. (more like a few years.) An example is the
entire human race, and how in the past 300 years we have exponentially expanded our evolutionary process much faster than the last 10000 years. Why is
this? Who knows... I sure dont, but I should like to think that we will find out one day.