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The Root Node

Rob -

As I've been trying to point out. There are still things that we don't really understand. Quantum Mechanics keeps pointing out how little we know about the universe. We've always assumed that everything would be explained by a single unified theory.

Our ability to connect the nodes in the probability matrix, are limited by our ability to comprehend the matrix. We are only able to view the matrix from a single point of view. Our consciousness follows a specific path because it must follow a set of laws (physics) imposed upon it. Where do these limiting laws come from? I don't know. We will continue defining and discovering these limitations until we figure out how to circumvent them, how to make nodal moves that are currently inaccessible to us.

Until then, we will continue to think that these events are occurring in a sequential order. Time does not exist, we're just incapable of comprehending all the nodes at once.

'When did the universe begin?' - When?
'What happens after you die?' - After?

These questions will continue to be unanswered until we break free of our physical limitations (laws of physics). Somewhere in the probability matrix is a special node. That node comprises the arrangement of matter where our consciousness breaks free from it's limitations. Eventually, someone (some consciousness) will encounter that node in their path. When that happens they will be free to explore all the possibilities of the probability matrix.

'Has that happened yet?' - ?

No such thing as time.

More thoughts...

Each probability tree in the Probability Matrix should contain a 'Root Node' A primary node from which all probabilities originate. A probability tree is a series of possible nodal connections. Mankind (a collection of similarly constrained consciousnesses) inhabits one of the probability trees in the probability matrix.

Other trees exist within the probability matrix, but they are inhabited by life forms (collections of consciousness) whose limitations are different than ours.

There may be nodal connections between these two trees, but only where the limitations are compatible.

My brain's starting to hurt.

'Time' to go back to 'Leadership and Management'.

- Robert

On Friday, March 8, 2002, at 06:27 , Rob Garrity wrote:

Somebody stop this man!

Once again between you and Robert I feel lost among the deep thoughts.
A Lilliputian Basketball ref. just blowing my whistle and saying "Hey, Guliver traveled...".
I too believe in cosmic continuity of sorts. Infinity, or the infinite may just be the wrong focus.
Contemplating the end of time or the infinity of things, one kinda misses a lot of important
stuff that goes on along the way. Pat talks about conversion, the travel of matter from one
state to another. (Like say from Wisconsin to the UP...) Or, following Robert's logic the conversion
of one line of probability to another.

A node of probability, let's say, not ending in the ending of what we know as the material world,
(asparagus notwithstanding...) but rather a conversion into areas of probability that we can no longer
recognize as "life". "We go to Heaven." "We go to Hell." Is there anything in your theory Robert that
precludes either of these? I think not. We come back as an artichoke. We do time as a meal worm.
Can that sit within your conceptual frame? Deliciously, I think. You might be on to something. What you
suggest doesn't argue against God, Buddha, as far as I can grasp it that is.
Buddhism, (again with my limited grasp),
actually more or less says the same thing, without the proclamations. "There is only the now...". That's pretty Buddhist.
Christianity; "I am who am." "The three who are one." "What was in the beginning, now and forever shall be." can
certainly exist within your parameters. The only difference being, we believe in a being who can stand outside of the
wheel of existence, Buddha just claimed to be able to see the wheel and know how to get off of the merry-go-around.

Wow this stuff is great, I can actually feel my hair growing longer thinking about all of this...