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Posted by Clerk on April 25, 2004 23:23:38 UTC

yanniru,

The point is that the reciprocal of the point is infinite, and "one is infinite and infinite is one" The point is the Buddhic nature. Infinite is all possibilities and all possibilities exist in the Buddhic nature including all energy E. Every point contains all possibilities or all points.

Glenn's math is completely consistent with rigorous 2-d superstring theory where the point is the ring of Planck radius. In this theory derived by Greene and others, the entire universe maps into the interior of the ring, which is essentially a point in space. Therefore as in the Buddhic nature, each point contains a reflection or mapping of every other point in the universe. I thought you understood this. Perhaps you just missed the connection to Glenn's math.

J

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