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- To: Patrick G Konshak
- Subject: Re: NowNowNowNowNowNowNow...
- From: Robert L. Vaessen
- Date: Thu, 21 Feb 2002 05:17:53 -0700
- Cc: Robert Garrity
- In-reply-to: <20020220.142427.-4033061.0.>
I don't believe anything is infinite. As for explanations
involving the 'Balance of the Universe' you're going to have to
turn to a priest. I don't think I could pull that one off.
I don't believe any events happen more than once. Every event is
absolutely unique. No two events (nodes along a probability
path) are unique. I don't believe in infinite time either. I
don't believe in time at all. I thought we went over that before?
Every configuration of matter within the probability matrix
(every node) is unique. No two events are ever identical. This
is not a theory. Think about it for a while. Could any event
truly occur more than once? Zoom down to the subatomic level,
and you'll understand what I'm talking about. Although an event
might look similar, when you examine any event at it's base
level, you'll agree that every event is unique.
Now zoom out and examine the big picture. How big is your frame
of reference? You have to include everything that has an
influence on the event. Were the tidal forces strong at the time
of the event? What time of day was it? Was it cloudy outside?
Was there a high pressure system in the area? Were all the
atomic particles in the exact same configuration?
Everything that has happened, is happening, and will happen,
simultaneously exists within the probability matrix. All events
are nodes that your consciousness has visited, is visiting, will
visit. These terms all indicate a temporal reference when in
fact there is no such thing.
Time is your consciousness sequencing, or processing your
experiences in a manner that you are able to understand.
All events are unique and static. They all coexist
simultaneously within the probability matrix, and they never
occur more than once. I say no to infinity.
Probability path - The path that your consciousness followed,
follows, will follow, within a probability tree. Your
consciousness visits event nodes along the path, and these
events are sequenced (experienced/processed) in a linear,
continuous, and contiguous fashion.
Probability tree - All possible events for any given
consciousness. Some experiences are outside the realm of
possibility for a given consciousness. For example Rob's
consciousness is not capable of experiencing the joy of being a
spatula as it is ground up for recycling in a Tunisian plastics
Probability matrix - All possible events for all consciousnesses
(plural for consciousness?). A combination of everyones
On Wednesday, February 20, 2002, at 03:24 , Patrick G Konshak wrote:
I'm a little lost here. This "infinite number of Nows, or
nodes in the
Probability Matrix" is neath here or there to me. Maybe if you explain
how dose it effect the balance of the Universe or the outcome
I can get on the same page. The closes I can come is were you say
"events". What I know is rather an event happens once every billion
years (or a very limited amount or parameters), or once ever
(or a lot of parameters), . When you multiply both events by infinite
time, you come out with each event happening the same number of times.
That is: Infinite number of times.