Sunday, June 27, 2004

How Was This Universe Designed??

Have you ever wondered how this universe was designed? By how I don’t mean by whom, whether you believe in the Fickle Finger of Fate, a God or other Being compatable with your religious beliefs / culture / whatever or even the workings of chance. First of all, you don’t want to go to a lot of work and you want something that is as simple as possible, essentially maintenance free, yet able to evolve on its’ own. If you want randomness or chance you don’t want everything to wander off willy nilly. Randomness means that you have to have some sort of an attractor which limits the effects of randomness. It would also help if this basic building block applied to inanimate things, living inhabitants and random events to keep the universe interesting but not maintenance intense as far as system repairs are concerned.
Here is a possible design:

Line, Plate or Plane: Everything would rest on a line, plate, or plane. See Planet Theory, String Theory, Quantum Theory, Calculus based on taking mathematical "slices" of something as examples.

Constituents: Constituents are inanimate things such as a car, house, etc., living things including ourselves, and events which can be either random as in happened out of nowhere or planned such as next month’s vacation.

Time: Time provides randomness. See Stephen Hawking’s Book on Time. Time flows outward and is powered by energy which is taken from the inanimate and living occupants of this universe including the presence of events whether planned or unplanned. This taking of energy from the occupants and events causes the universe to deteriorate or be chaos driven. This is why everyone gets older and inanimate objects deteriorate. Events such as marriages deteriorate, business plans change, projects change etc.. Time moving forward in only one direction causes things to start randomly, run for random lengths of time and to stop at a random time. That is why it is difficult to "time" the market, market cycles, or even project the future based on extrapolating from present events.

Attractor: The Attractor limits the effects of randomness. This particular universe is based on the number 3 or alternately this universe is brought to you by the number 3. The number 3 is this universe’s attractor. This universe contains the previous universes numbered 0, 1, 2. Universe 0 is a point or a singularity. Universe 1 is a line. Universe 2 is length and width. Universe 3 contains length, width, and height. The 4th dimension Time is the randomizer for universes 0, 1, 2, and 3 . Universe 3 contains the preceding 0, 1st and 2nd dimensions. Anything in the first 3 dimensions is contained in the 3rd. This is why our most common useful fractions are combinations of our 3 dimensions. For example ½ , 1/3rd , 2/3rd ‘s and the concept of 0 is significant in mathematics.

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