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Nonexistence Versus Selfawareness

Posted 09-18-2011 at 01:06 PM by Lahunken

The length of Planck's distance is about .000...01 to the thirty fourth decimal point meters. Planck's volume is that amount cubed. With such an exactly small measure a perfect match seems very improbable, but it is the ambient pressure of repelling (^OvX^Ov) like polarities that pushes opposite polarities (vO^^Ov) together. Notice how fast bubbles undifferentiate in a previously shaken bottle of water.

The disturbance originally starts from the infinitely point nothingness (.) being rastered by time into timespace (U) which exerts its oneness in one direction (I), the forward movement of time itself, which stirrs closed circuitry (O), that all going the same way, repel (X), a big bang, which forces circuits to turn around, like a coin can turn around, presenting confluent circuitry (=), so that circuits may undifferentiate, and thereby become nonexistent again.

The nearer you get to nothingness, like the vacuum of space, you start to get differentiations again, like the so called virtual particles that spring into existence, in the vacuum of space, and soon come together, undifferentiate, and become nonexistent again.

Planck's volume reminds me of the scripture telling about the stone rejected by the builders that became the corner stone. Nothing can be smaller. Remember, the infinitessimal point nothingness is the ultimate nothing. Without Planck's volume there would be no traction and repulsion, therefore there would be no consciousness, and no world as we know it.
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