1.18 Outside time and space

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The universe emerged as an infinite, deterministic cloud of dynamic patterns – beyond time and space. Then the interpretation began and the thought began to experience the world it has created. The interpretation takes place in space, slowly, in the perceived time and with the perceived speed, the speed of light.

All from the idea of a single dot.
1.18.0-1  The thought knows no limit in time and space. You can experience this for yourself here and now. Can you imagine holding a banana in your hand? Can you now imagine that this banana with a snap is suddenly on a planet two million light years away?

1.18.0-2  It may take a few seconds to form an inner image of this globe and the banana that is now there. But it does not take two million years, which the banana would otherwise use to get there if it hitched with a ray of light. The tank is not limited by distance and speed, nor by quantities or anything else. But it still took a little time to imagine, form an image of the other planet.

1.18.0-3  The thought is infinitely fast. But the content of what the thought thinks, the construction it makes, apparently takes time - is perceived to take time. A "real" banana that flies through a "real" space to a "real" planet, is inside the notion of space, time and speed. Then it takes two million years - experience, understand the idea. Then it also takes a few seconds to "read" this imaginary space, the other planet and the banana, and interpret it, understand it - and experience it, in the mind.

1.18.0-4  Imagine a book. It describes events that take place over a period of one year. The description is so realistic and detailed that it also takes a year to read the book.

1.18.0-5  But it did not take a year to write it. The book was written in virtually zero time by a computer who knows the art of writing (bad) books.

1.18.0-6  The dots appear in an infinite number immediately. They are distributed according to what the thought knows about separation, mass and gravity. Patterns are formed. This takes no time and has no limit.

1.18.0-7  What is created in itself has no meaning, no interpretation. There is an infinity of dots in a pattern, nothing else. The pattern stands still, but when the mind looks at it, interprets it, experiences it as qualia, it gets the experience of movement and time. The pattern is experienced as twisting and turning, controlled by the properties and forces that the mind knows; time, space, mass and gravity.

1.18.0-8  It's a colossal structure, a huge pattern. It started with a dot. How it ends we will come back to.

1.18.0-9  It is impossible for us humans to experience this structure directly, because we are inside the world of time, space and limited speed that arises from the patterns. We are inside the book's story.

1.18.0-10  Let's repeat it one more time. I twist and turn the words so they will stick to you. Maybe you only partially understand them the first time you read them. The second time, when the wording is a little different, you perceive nuances. In sum, your understanding will gradually improve. This is how such an interpretation of thought occurs. That's why I do it this way too.

1.18.0-11  So let's take it one more time, because this is very important:

1.18.0-12  The idea creates the notion of an infinitely large structure of dots. This happens immediately after the first dot is created. In our words, in our world, we must express it this way. In fact, the structure arises beyond time - in the great, universal consciousness that is only.

1.18.0-13  The dots are not all in one point, but are separated from each other. The idea of ​​separation was the very first thing that arose. The cloud is therefore full of patterns. The thought reads these patterns - which also include all the voids that occur between the accumulations of dots - and interprets itself to time, space, speed and waves.

1.18.0-14  The ideas about mass (the dots themselves) and the gravity that mass creates, as well as distance - have it too. These were actively used in the process of creating the notion of the cloud of dots and were what made the patterns exactly as they became.

1.18.0-15  The universe is a conception, an interpretation of the cloud. It is the notion, the narrative that is experienced. The grains in the ink in the letters of the book are the dots. The experience of the letters, the words, the sentences and the narrative they form is the universe.

1.18.0-16  The principle of emergence is universal. Take a movie. Every second, about twenty photographs light up on the screen. These are static, motionless images - bright spots on a canvas. Nothing moves, nothing "happens". But in your mind, the images come to life. A story is formed.

1.18.0-17  Then take the universe. In the thought's interpretation of the pattern, in the narrative, the dots form a three-dimensional space. This room is "read" or "seen". The thought experiences and understands the room as something "spacious". If you do as the physicists do, and go all the way down to the very least, you will find no room.

1.18.0-18  But this reading can not happen faster than the speed of light, because the speed of light is bound to space. It is a consequence of space, is defined by space - through that time it is. Time is bound to speed and vice versa.

1.18.0-19  The room is read with the speed of light in time. The thought itself reads and interprets with infinite speed - or rather; without speed, but what it interprets, what it understands, what it thinks, what it experiences - is limited speed.

1.18.0-20  The cloud of dots is still the same. It is colossal and forms static patterns outside of space and time. The patterns are formed by the dynamic laws that follow from the ideas of velocity, mass and gravity. This pattern was complete the moment the notion of the first dot was formed. There was no such thing as a "moment".

1.18.0-21  The world is the interpretation, the notion the thought forms of what these dynamic formations are that it itself has created. The thought cannot fail to interpret. That is its function.

1.18.0-22  Why does the idea come up with the interpretation "flower"? Or "galaxy"? "Human"? The thought reads patterns, but why does it give these a content that is so wonderfully rich and complex? How did that happen? How is it possible? Why?

1.18.0-23  Is there an "opinion" outside of it all that thought uses as a kind of template, a recipe? Plato meant something like that. Many religions, especially Christianity, believe the same thing. The world is created in the "image of God," they say. We will also discuss this later.

1.18.0-24  The universe emerged as an infinite, deterministic cloud of dynamic patterns - beyond time and space. Then the interpretation began and the thought began to experience the world it has created. The interpretation takes place in space, slowly, in the perceived time and with the perceived speed, the speed of light.

1.18.0-25  All from the idea of ​​a single dot.

1.18.0-26  Now I have explained this many times in almost the same way. You are hopefully left with some kind of understanding, your interpretation, as part of your world.

1.18.0-27  We can also use completely different words: The world is "retarded" thought. One can say that there is a boundary between the fully developed potential and the actual experienced world – a wall of light.

1.18.0-28  The creation process is complete. The rest is dynamics and perception.