· i have often ponder the how there can only be a ‘bubble’ of existence we call reality or the universe. consider that infinity must be all things and in being all things it has to arrive at things one by one, this we refer to as time and progress, and it must have already ‘found’ all things too. that is, if we extend the notion of ‘all-time’ to its infinite version, then all occurrences of all possible things must already be present.
· we could say that the universe contains all events, this though is not possible on an infinite scale. all events would equate as ‘everything that can be is’. the sphere of all-events would also necessarily contain infinite differentiation and within that infinite sets. our universe then may simply be one of infinite sets of events or infinite universes.
· now let us include a logical rule; all possible things belong to their set and no other.
· the other sets as compared to the set of our universe would have to be non finite/quantum. given then that upon this model there must be other sets ~ enough to fill infinity, i wonder at what other possible universes there may be, and if there is an infinite version of this universe in some way. what is the whole of reality as viewed on this scale...
· i will jump straight to the idea that there is one finite set of infinite sets [the universe], and one infinity of sets. any others would be drawn into one or the other sets [if there were any]. so we have three basic natures of reality, the quantum sets [the universe], the infinity of sets and infinity proper [statelessness].
we must now see what form and nature the infinity of sets has...
· if you threw a dice in infinity what number would come up? the answer must be that all 6 numbers would show, because all relative operations would occur in no time. we can use this metaphor to understand how all things exist at once in the infiniverse. as with the dice all possible events are ‘there’ as if like the dice in their shaker.
· this begs the question; must all possible dice and rolls of the dice be in the shaker, the sum of which is the universe. how then can there be another universe to follow [as with cyclic universe theories] after this one?
· equally so, we must ask what happens when time’s arrow hits the ground - so to say? i.e. when the universe ends. the contents of the shaker must remain as it is not part of time until rolled. thereafter we have a situation where all the ingredients exist yet have no means of finite expression, the only other means available to them is infinite expression!
· so lets put the two fields together and what do we have; there are both finite and infinite expressions of every possible thing. one expression mirrors its counterpart of differing dimension mapping each other reflectively.
Q. is it possible then that eternity exists and is equally as real as our universe? as i see it this would not initially be like some version of heaven, as due to infinite cardinality it would be empty or without ‘objects’ as such. it could be though that ‘you’ are mirrored as an infinite set of all that you are.
to this we may add that our universe would seam ‘empty’ in a manner, if we could not see it. the graphics card in our brains produce what we ‘see’ upon information from the senses. it is possible for blind people to see a little bit via hearing, it would appear that the brain just needs info to produce an image and hence see. if our source of info was only from infinity we could produce a vision of the infinite universe and hence ‘see’ eternity. curiously the ancient egyptian had a ceremony in the book of the dead called the opening of the eye’s, perhaps this reflects the act of seeing eternity!