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Very interesting - it's all pretty mindblowing stuff. I remember learning for the first time that electrons didn't really exist anywhere, and that they were a mix of matter and energy that kind of flipped between the two on a whim. It's bizzare the think that the world on the smallest scale is so different to the macro world we experience day to day. The Heisenburg Uncertainty Principle is also interesting (I think that's what it's called) - that we can find the position of something by observing it, but in observing it we change it's momentum. And we can observe the moment of something, but in doing so we can't tell where it is. It's like we can NEVER pin these things down.

Maybe there are an infinite number of universes, so the one we're in splits into two everytime you open the box and find out if the cat is alive. Impossible to get your head around.

TO understand time, it is necessary to understand its components.

Time is energy (virtual), with the same energy density as solid mass. Time is a function of energy, and so identical to energy. Energy in three-dimensional space is understood as mass, energy in the fourth Minkowski axis (the Minkowski axis is a limited mathematical representative model to express a view of time; as mathematical models are abstract, they are easily corrupted, confused or elaborately overly complicated, and generally demonstrate no relation to our physical reality), as time, this means:

Each spatial dimension is held within the next, in this setting, the three ordinary dimensions of space are combined within a single dimension of time, to form a four-dimensional manifold, representing a space-time reality.

Everything is Energy, but it must be understood exactly what all energies are, time, mass, space, plasma, light, life, thought, every known or unknown form of energy ever conceived, they are all information, grains of TRUTHFUL information that interact, transmute, expand, constrict, but always build upon themselves, expanding out in all realities. These energies all follow simple underlying constraints, firstly they are all based on pure dichotomies, and the very nature of realities are always what lies between, secondly energy is in a state of evolution, its constitution needs to ultimately transubstantiate into ever more complex forms of information, thirdly all knowledge is connected, a single ocean of unity.


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