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# because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form

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because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
Even a point is linear, because a point must have an anti-point: creating an anti-line. Discuss.
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02/13/2011 06:22 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
...Tell me what to do again and...
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02/13/2011 06:23 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
Or do they occupy the same space?
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02/13/2011 06:24 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
Yes, they both dont exist, so they both occuoy the same space in terms of math.
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02/13/2011 06:31 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
So does time exist?
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02/13/2011 06:32 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
Or do they occupy the same space?
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I think we could probably argue and be correct that everything exists in the same space/bubble.
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02/13/2011 06:33 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
So does time exist?
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It exists as the accumulation of all events that energy has taken. Does it exist in the spatial? No, does it exist inside of energy/force...???

Maybe.
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02/13/2011 06:36 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
The way I look at is: it existed at one time, and to exist is to be eternal. So time does exist in linear motion form.

Either force/energy is moving and not keeping track, or energy is moving and it is moving into set parameters which is what it appears energy does. It moves via expansion. Or: the direction it moves and the rate it moves.
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02/13/2011 06:40 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
Energy as in motion?

So if I could jump out of the galaxy and watch it hurl away...
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02/13/2011 06:42 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
Because movement is a type of energy I see time as a type of energy. I think because of destiny, movement takes a direct course that is predetermined, so I believe time/motion is able to be predicted/determined and time is, because of this, set into stone/does exist.
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02/13/2011 06:43 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
Energy as in motion?

So if I could jump out of the galaxy and watch it hurl away...
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Yes, in your imagination you can.
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02/13/2011 06:44 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
Those that speak of nothing, do not know.
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02/13/2011 06:45 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
Those that speak of nothing, do not know.
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Don't know what?
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02/13/2011 06:46 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
What if speed or vector changes by will or an outside force. (Gravity)
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02/13/2011 06:48 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
Those that speak of nothing, do not know.
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Don't know what?
Quoting: ash ye ash ye

That nothing, should be left alone, unspoken about. U may know then, maybe.
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02/13/2011 06:58 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
Hahaha, agreed. Thank you for the warning. But nothingness may have something to do with everything. Dunno.

Maybe nothing really exists and forces are destined to die.
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02/13/2011 07:10 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
Death is the equivalent of jumping of of the linear time belt and watching all you've known march on.
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02/13/2011 07:53 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
Death is the equivalent of jumping of of the linear time belt and watching all you've known march on.
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Do you think energy is able to perceive or are you talking about an entirely different form of perception.

Like unity perception or soul perception. I mean energy is destined to move in a certain direction... so maybe it knows where it will go to.

Ps: perceiving for an eternity would be a type of Hell.

I believe we are able to shut off our perception. I believe each force was the result of electrons. Thus we(energy) are electrons.

I think an electron was the first force/motion, created by two lines hitting eachother and creating singularity, which then in turn again creates duality.

The first force was a pull and the anti-force came.
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02/13/2011 07:56 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
Even a point is linear, because a point must have an anti-point: creating an anti-line. Discuss.
Quoting: ash ye ash ye

Well, you might have a point... and an unpoint.

But nothing necessarially linear about that.
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02/13/2011 08:02 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
Even a point is linear, because a point must have an anti-point: creating an anti-line. Discuss.
Quoting: ash ye ash ye

Well, you might have a point... and an unpoint.

But nothing necessarially linear about that.
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1159982

Thanks! What do you think about a point. Can a point exist in the finite. Are there points inside of forces, or are forces not spatial. Energy is spatial in the way of how it acts on other forces...

Here is a good one to think about, if a force is alone and doesn't have any other force to act upon, what does the force do? Nothing.....

Maybe that is why there is duality, because without duality nothing will happen in the universe.

Without duality forces would not interact and we would not exist.
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02/13/2011 08:05 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
If there is only ONE infinitesimal singularity and this singularity is induced into infinite angular kinetics, the ILLUSION that there is an infinite numbers of infinitesimal points throughout the infinite expanse is displayed to us finites.

When in fact, where the singularity IS as a components of the "flight path" of this singularity actually generates the infinite expanse.

Where the singularity IS NOT as a component of the "flight path" of this singularity, the infinite null, the infinite impedance is generated.

The infinite impedance is the structure that converts infinite time (current) out from the future and the infinite expanse into infinite space we recognize as the present.

Since there is no time characteristics contained in infinite space, being converted from infinite future time current, space and "the present" only exists for an infinitesimal duration.

Infinite space collapses back into the default condition as the time current, now as all the past. The conversion for future time into space the present then back into past time instances occur in a string at Planck frequency.
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02/13/2011 08:08 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
Nonexistence posed a problem to omnipresence. Since omnipresence means absolutely everywhere, omniscience moved to be "present" inside absolute nonexistence. That's what the infinitesimal singularity is and how it exists.

Spherical infinite division/subtraction.

Last Edited by tkwasny on 02/13/2011 08:09 PM
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02/13/2011 08:21 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
Even a point is linear, because a point must have an anti-point: creating an anti-line. Discuss.
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What is an anti-point?
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02/13/2011 09:26 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
tkwasny, that is really good stuff. Tell me more.
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02/13/2011 09:41 PM
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Re: because nothingness does not exist in terms of linear velocity(time/movement), infinity does not exist in a linear form
tkwasny, that is really good stuff. Tell me more.
Quoting: ash ye ash ye

The big question is "Why the Universe if already omniscient, omnipresent, and omnipotent?"

Using parallel harmonics, like the primary and secondary transformer windings are frequency tuned, the infinite engages in symbiotic communion with finites.

So through all finites omniscience can now also NOT know something. Omnipotence can now NOT be able to do something. Omnipresence can now not only NOT be everywhere all at once but be nowhere (of value or consequence).

The Infinite, through use of all the finites throughout the Universe, throughout the infinite span of time, has become greater than infinite by also being finite in an unlimited set of numerations, iterations, and variations that requires eternity to complete.

It is Eve out of the rib of Adam. An infinite partner that is not the structure of the Self. Why us finites cannot "see" the God. We're not supposed to. We are all tools for the infinite. All are used regardless.

It is a gift, however, to choose to become aware of this symbiotic communion and join in the flow or remain ignorant and be a mere reed being blown about in the winds.

Good night, work tomorrow early.

Last Edited by tkwasny on 02/13/2011 09:44 PM
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only ever now
always
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