1.17 The cloud and the world

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Summary:
Here you get a summary of what we have come to so far.
1.17.0-1  Here's what we know: The only thing the thought creates are dots. It's a huge, static structure. Everything else is "emergent", ie something that is not properties of the dots as such, but ideas the mind gets when it observes the dots:
  • The idea of ​​three-dimensional space arises when the dots are located in different places in relation to each other
  • The ideas of time and speed come from the idea that the mind must understand the reason why the distance between the dots is different
  • The idea of ​​gravity is the thought's explanation for why dense accumulations of dots form in some places
  • The idea of ​​mass is the property of the dots that form gravity
  • The idea of ​​waves
1.17.0-2  All this KNOWS the mind. All of these things experience consciousness. It knew nothing in the beginning, but got a desire, will, an idea to create something and this was the first dot. Then more dots came and it all started.

1.17.0-3  If you can accept that this is conceivable, possible - then we now have everything it takes to create a universe.

1.17.0-4  Thought interprets and learns all the time. You know this well yourself. Once you have understood that what you are experiencing is - for example, an apple, you will know that everything that looks exactly like that is an apple.

1.17.0-5  When you later put your teeth into another apple and find out that this, on the other hand, tastes like marzipan, you have learned something new and you will never again accept that something is an apple - unless other things than just the appearance are also true. How to expand the repertoire, the content of the world.

1.17.0-6  When thought has experienced and understood something, it has learned. Without this learning, everything would be chaotic. The next time the same thing happens, it knows what it is. If something foreign appears, the idea must create a new idea, create the idea of ​​a new thing, usually based on something it already knows that is similar.

1.17.0-7  The thought creates dots for hard life. It has a will, an intention, a desire to create - and then there will be more dots, trillions times trillions times trillions. But the thought has learned something about the dots. They are separated from each other in distance and time, they have mass and they are pulled towards each other through the gravity that comes from the mass.

1.17.0-8  When the idea is to imagine new dots, this must be taken into account. The dots have acquired some properties. The thought knows something. Understandings, interpretations, laws have been established - and they must be followed.

1.17.0-9  So how does it develop further? It can only happen that the thought imagines several dots, cosmic myriads of dots, because that is what it does, that is the foundation of the thought thinking.

1.17.0-10  The dots appear immediately. After just a few dots, the idea had gained an understanding of what the dots ARE, how the spaces and accumulations should be understood. This became the ideas of gravity, mass, time and speed - which from here controls the placement of the dots in the structure.