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The Great Void Might Not Have Any Balls Of Aether Either

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on October 21, 2002 17:47:09 UTC

Whatever forms the universe very possibly forms the balls of aether. When discussing what is beyond the Universe creation zone, we might
include the possibility that even the Great Void
does not exist until it is created.
Infinity in numbers is an abstraction.
When discussing the Great Void,we might consider
whether there is an infinite void.
There need not be an Infinite Void beyond
the Universe Creation Zone, and I believe
there will not be one which exceeds the
imagining power
of at least one Mind in the Universe.
For example
N+1 is just an N until we conceive adding 1.
The highest numbers we conceive are probably
inadequate, but they could form a Very Large Great Void. Why should there exist something
which nobody in the universe can conceive?
It is said there are more possible interconnections between neurons in one human brain than there are subatomic particles in the known universe (Progress in Neuroscience, Scientific American book introduction, 1982)
Aside from that, I have no reason to believe there
is anything which mind cannot conceive, and I expect there is not anything until A mind Has conceived it.

You might call me a stone-age dogmatist, but I think Mind is inherent to the structure of the Universe.

Mike in Ellensburg

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