2.2 Goodbye to the dots

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Summary:
In our reasoning, we started with one dot, then another dot – and then the distance between the two. But the dots as such do not exist and the distance is an abstract notion, an imaginary interpretation.

From the idea of "distance" we have derived time, space, speed, mass and gravity. The whole universe. This one idea is the start of everything else. All that is needed is a notion of separation, split, division.
2.2.0-1  The dot is just something we came up with. Most likely it does not exist, not in any form. Its only function for us was to illustrate the concept of "distance". We started by saying that the world was created by thinking "something", and then another copy of this "something" - and then the idea got the idea of ​​distance. The distance between the one and the other "something", which we called the dot.

2.2.0-2  If we take away the dots, what are we left with then? Could the thought as the very first thing it did have gone straight to the point and simply just thought "distance"? Without dots?

2.2.0-3  Can distance exist without anything at both ends, something that the distance is between? Can you imagine a distance in empty space? It may seem a little strange, but I personally imagine that I am capable of it. There is nothing more difficult than imagining a "dot".

2.2.0-4  Can you imagine a bunch of distances, and then see that they "end" in different "places" so that formations and patterns are formed? Without "places" existing in themselves?

2.2.0-5  This whole world is an abstract notion in thought. Can not then the abstract notion of distance exist in itself, as an idea, detached from everything else?

2.2.0-6  I mean it. If the thought can get an idea of ​​dots, can it not still get an idea of ​​distances? Without anything at both ends?

2.2.0-7  Could the world have started with the idea of ​​distance? Separation, separation, division? This one idea is the start of everything else. From the idea of ​​distance we have derived time, space, speed, mass and gravity. The whole universe.

2.2.0-8  The dots do not matter at all. They are not needed. We can probably go on to say that the structure does not exist either. Not the pattern. Not the dots. They do not exist as something real. The abstraction exists. Ideas.

2.2.0-9  The only thing the thought knows is how such a structure in time and space MUST behave, because the laws are as they are. The idea has an idea of ​​distance, which has led to a number of other ideas, experiences of time, space, motion, mass and gravity. It knows how the world works, but not what it is, for it is nothing but these ideas.

2.2.0-10  If you know how something works, you can say with certainty how a development has been and how the development will continue. Completely independent of what this "something" is. In fact, this does not have to be anything.

2.2.0-11  The thought begins to read the pattern as soon as the thought of it is formed. It experiences time and space. That is the content of what it reads. It experiences mass, material substance. It reads at the speed of light. The mind thinks of a continuous, steady stream of patterns so that the reading can continue.

2.2.0-12  The pattern arises in the mind as it reads. Like the pages of a book, the thought unfolds new patterns. The world is created "on the fly". The world is an invention. A dream that ticks and goes, that develops controlled by a bunch of simple laws.

2.2.0-13  When the thought experiences the pattern, it is as when we lie in the grass one summer day and look up at a sky full of drifting clouds that waves, are transformed, created through metamorphosis into new forms. Seemingly chaotic, but not at all.

2.2.0-14  The clouds appear when needed. For every cloud that is interpreted, understood, experienced - a new cloud is needed that can be experienced. The thought is creative, active, full of will, energy (we will talk more about energy later). The pattern expands, deterministically expands in consciousness. We see more of the infinitely large, static pattern. The experience of this new part of the pattern is interpreted as the continuation of the cloud we already saw.

2.2.0-15  Something "happens" only when the thought, the child in the green meadow under the sky, experiences that the clouds form witches and tractors, horses and dragons, flowers, cats and grandmother who died a year ago. The child dreams. The child experiences time and three-dimensional space. It is very lifelike. It's everything the child has ever experienced, so for the child it's everything it's ever experienced. Everything.

2.2.0-16  The child is us. The big us, the universal, one thought. We experience ourselves as separate individuals. We are not. There is only one universal consciousness that dreams. How you and I experience ourselves as you and I - we will come back to.

2.2.0-17  Right now we are going to leave the pattern, the structure, because it does not exist until it is thought. The thought substance. It does not exist at all. It is created by knowledge of distance, mass and gravity. Only knowledge exists. Only knowledge is needed.

2.2.0-18  The only thing that exists is information. This is in fact one of many highly relevant theories also in the material science. Information is something abstract.

2.2.0-19  When something is thought, it is thought with necessity, deterministic - the only possible pattern - but it is interpreted and experienced as a living world in time and space.

2.2.0-20  This is the meaning of the terms "a static structure" and "a dynamic system". Determinism and free will at once.

2.2.0-21  Now we leave the static and indulge in the dynamic. Our experienced world. The dream. Now the fun begins.