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Birth Of Universe As Origin Displacement

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Posted by Eric J. Andresen on May 15, 2005 08:11:39 UTC

What I am imagining is origins as 0 dimensions...they are an all pervasive array to each other. The line between each origin by my thinking is time. Origins can also be thought of within themselves, so they can be considered 0 within 0, or even outside themselves. In the array within nothing, of course there are an infinite display and since time intersects them all, the relation between two origins involves cancelled time; however, if there is a displacement of one particular origin, time develops. The whole array develops a potential that masks the 0 dimension of that origin. The displaced origin must "snap" back along the now defined dimension of time through either collapse or expansion...either would work. This origin displacement also defines the infinity (an infinite number of origins in array), and since there is what we would call displacement there would actually be two points of origin in our Universe. It doesn't matter what the displacement "is", because it would emcompass part of infinity, which is still infinity.
With two apparent origins in the now defined Universe, there would be 3 types of space: negative space, null space, and positive space.
Within negative space, time can flow back and forth between each apparent origin; within null space there are all the transitions that occur between and within positive and negative space (something like that, I have to conceptualize this further), and in positive space (which I define as where we humans are) there can only be one direction of time. This time has "weight" in positive space; it has no "weight" in negative space; and null space mediates and defines the immediate "now"(don't know really though)...so null space is invisible to all observers in positive and negative space(?), but may be apparent in where an observer would notice any "action". Time dimension has to have a unitary value, 1, since it connects dimensionless points and is continuous. In positive space, it points towards infinity and the both apparent origins which appear as one because to the observer one origin is directly behind the other geometry-wise (an observer might not be seeing the actual origin, or that might not matter or make any sense). In negative space, an observer can exist in an infinite range of fractional dimensions or domains. The observer in negative space has varied, but probably not infinite, ways to "see" an apparent origin. In negative space there appears to be no time because of the flow of time between each apparent origin. Think of negative space as the area inside a sphere or a circle. Unlike positive space, the center origin can be "contained" in one of these dimensions; or the center origin might not be "contained" within its fractional dimensions. There is the possibility of an infinite set of fractional domains within negative space, and each of them can oscillate up to the null space that "masks" the circumferece apparent origin. Time does not need to be "masked" in negative space, and it could be that these fractional dimensions when they oscillate, they oscillate instantaneously to the circumference apparent origin where they can encounter null space. In positive space, time is the only dimension that is "masked" by null space.Within this Universe, time is the only dimension with the value of 1, and can only interchange with another dimension that is one.
Still working on this................

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