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RE: Dimension Barriers

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Posted by sjbauer@geocities.com on September 1, 2000 20:08:53 UTC

What if the idealism of dimensional representation
were the aspects of the dimensional reference
themselves. Then instead of having 3 dimensions
of space and 1 of time, we could view the universe
dimensational state of being. Then instead, there
four dimensions expressed by degree as no time, no
space, space and time. With space and time, by
degree, we have velocity and deceleration (or
acceleration, if you will) as 2 dimensional states of "being", constant and not. Each is a separate dimensional existence because each is a distinct
state of "being"/"not-being".

Our universe is then a four dimensional "being".
However, having four dimensions only provides the
essential foundations for our state "being". You
would need to expound upon the interplay of this
dimensional paradigm to discover its purpose/form
- i.e. how much of a certain dimensional aspect is
required for mass or say a blackhole. What if a
blackhole was just too much dimension of no time toward deceleration, or even too much time toward acceleration, mixed with too little of space for a "being" in a state of velocity.

Just a little food for thought.

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