2. The dynamics

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2.0.0-1  Do you think it's far-fetched? Maybe especially the fact that myriads of dots do not move? The fact that they stand still in a static image, which the thought interprets, reads?

2.0.0-2  The thought is free. We could have tried to imagine a completely different model. We have said that our creation history is not the only one imaginable. Perhaps we could also explain the forces of nature with a quivering, swirling, foaming soup of dots. A cook. An original soup. Non-static dots.

2.0.0-3  This is what traditional physics tells us. Could not the thought think the same? A mental notion of a sizzling confusion? From the first moment?

2.0.0-4  I wish I could have tried. I could have spun the words around in other ways. I could have shuffled the ideas of time and space, speed, mass and gravity - pulled them out in a different order and looked at whether one idea could explain the other.

2.0.0-5  Is that even possible? Do any problems arise then? I hereby challenge everyone to try. I myself have no other answer than the creation account I have given.

2.0.0-6  Nevertheless, we have incurred a strangeness. A defect. We've been playing around with something that looks weird.

2.0.0-7  A static universe?

2.0.0-8  Is it possible to believe that the world is a thought of a stagnant collection of dots or something else, extremely gigantic in scope, that is read, interpreted as something dynamic? A thought about a locked universe that is first understood through interpretation as time, space and hectic movement?

2.0.0-9  Is there any method to test whether this is likely? An indicator? I think maybe it does.

2.0.0-10  One thing is that our creation story is, in my opinion, valid. It seems to be mutually consistent. That in itself is remarkable, isn't it? We will gradually add arguments that support the theory.

2.0.0-11  In addition, our explanation of creation carries with it a proposal for a solution to one of philosophy's greatest problems, that of free will. Now you must hear.