My thoughts are obviously powerful. They are always on and dictate my entire day and life. But why are they so overwhelming powerful. Most people can think and do something at the same time without a problem. My thoughts run the show. I would almost be willing to claim that my thoughts are more powerful than I am. It seems like my thoughts come into my head and I just comprehend them. In other words I don’t choose my thoughts. I choose my emotions and actions, I even get to decide what my desires are. But… I do not create my thoughts. They just pop in my head all day long. I can either entertain them or choose to deflect them but I can’t turn them down or off. Where do my thoughts come from? The inner dialog that is constantly chattering day in and day out : first thoughts of the day are either my reaction to the dream i was just in or me wondering what time it is. Once I know I think about what that means – do I get up or go back to sleep, instantly I know the answer and feelings develop. Basically the point of wake up is unique in that it is the only time experience happens even though I didn’t knowingly choose it. It’s crazy how every night I go to sleep, I know where I am and everything is very cognitive. But the second I fall asleep, my awareness of self goes bye bye. Literally every morning before I do or think anything-I have to figure out where I am and what that means. Then in an instant my head is flooded with thoughts about who I am and what my life is that day. This is kind of insane considering I have been me my whole life. How can I forget in one night? How is it possible that I don’t know this information? This information is me so how is it possible that I can experience a moment when I don’t know anything about myself. I couldn’t do that if I tried. It’s impossible to not know who you are when you are awake. Maybe thoughts are actually the thing that’s not real, they create the physical reality and are how memories get built in our brain. The unconscious mind has no physical form. Just emotions and potential. Driven by the desire to live for whatever reason. I assume it’s to gain understanding and clarity about what I am by seeing what I am capable of accomplishing as a physical being. But who knows really. Anyway…. When you sleep, your thoughts unwind. They become physics imprints in your brain aka memories. Your mind sorts out what it will add to the memory bank and what information still needs attending to. Anything unresolved gets stored in the more lucid part of the brain, the one connected directly to our consciousness. Until closure occurs, these thoughts will be stored as desires. Which means instead of converting these thoughts into physical memories (more dense form of thought) they will become energy specific forms, less dense than thoughts. After every thought has been sorted and placed accordingly, your mind will continue to micro-organize. It will simulate experiences based on our emotional palette so that we gain free form energy. Emotions motivate desires. Desires motivate thought which dictates our actions that become experiences our mind uses to elicit emotion based on our memories and beliefs. If the mind can produce emotional responses using only memories and desire it can create this void where thought usually lives- between desire and emotion. Because there is no conscious thought during this process, the amount of emotion felt during sleep, becomes free energy. During the day emotional energy is fused with a whole string of thoughts and the originating desire. So it’s burned as quick as it arrives.
Gravity is perhaps the greatest mystery our universe has to offer. Either its one of those things that exceed human comprehension or maybe the mechanics of Gravity are unknown due to simply misunderstanding its function. Einstein was a genius there’s no doubt about that being true. Same with Isaac Newton. However, it wasn’t their ability to solve complex equations rather it was their curiosity that led to their greatest discoveries. Sometimes the most valuable information comes from within the imagination.
It is possible that we have been asking the wrong questions for quite some many years now. We think of gravity as being the force of nature that binds us to Earth and creates motion among the planets and stars in our universe. And that may be the case in the grand scheme of things but what if gravity is more like a single motion weaving in and out of all matter much like a string or ribbon. Basically, gravity doesn’t act on an individual scale rather it binds all matter together into one perfectly constructed universe from the bang to this moment right now. Gravity is what allows one universe the ability to create smaller objects from matter within it at different times in various locations throughout space. Variation can occur because as space expands outward, particles multiply every moment the universe is alive. The only problem is that the particles are so small that by the time each new particle forms, space expands again and again so particles don’t quite have enough time to reach their counter particle before the universe expands again. Until enough particles have been created that they begin to attract each other at shorter distances and essentially this causes space to be broken up into sub-sections where matter evolves into atoms from particles. As soon as two opposing particles annihilate each other they create a spark of energy.
Before going further, it’s necessary to consider…
When the universe came into existence, there were 3 basic functions causing expansion and particle creation but for any of this to happen there had to be some type of force responsible for holding space and time together into one neat bubble. This force was and is gravity. From the moment the universe began, time has always flowed at a constant rate. First Another way of looking at gravity this way is by thinking about what it means for any single body with mass to exist. Take human beings for instance. Every person has a body made up of roughly 7 x 10^27 atoms. These atoms bind together to form a person’s internal body as well as their external shell aka their skin.
empty space, dense particles, and varying levels of energy construct the entire universe. Individual clusters will shape elements that exist at the moment creation occurs. For example when stars are born, they were first the product of hydrogen gas spinning together into a protostar. The star is not completely formed until hydrogen is forced to begin fusing at the center of each hydrogen cluster. It will maintain this energy until time has consumed every bit of hydrogen the star had at the beginning of its life. Once the star has exhausted its all of its fuel, it will have nothing left to fuse. At this point, the star will die, leaving behind trace elements for new stars to consume. These elements are all but teaspoons of variation in the grand scheme of things, but it is these teaspoons that allow evolution to produce variations for every location of space matter exists. Eventually these spoonfuls develop over time, creating unique systems that don’t exist anywhere else. This is what makes the universe so special. It may seem like an endless void filled with tiny specks of light and dust but its much more than that. I don’t think anyone would argue that the universe is an immaculate creation that exceeds humans understanding. The real magic isn’t in the extravagant complexities the universe was created by, rather the amazing truth that everything that ever was or will be is made from the same three ingredients. Isn’t that pretty crazy to think about. If this is true, then every interaction we experience is the result of our body’s energy-matter ratio constantly changing
Eventually, matter will organize itself into groups that compliment overall energy: matter ratio unique to every location of space. This is what causes evolution, matter to time embedded as elements interacting within definite areas the two within locations these time creations spread
There is so much detail to go over and I’m not quite sure the best way to go about telling a story that has no definite middle or end and the beginning is not what it seems to be. I guess the real question is, where to begin this tale of time evolving one universe?
Where did the universe come from?
This is a question that can’t ever really be answered but it’s a necessary question we must ask ourselves if we ever hope to understand the universe. It’s not the details that are so much important rather its just being able to acknowledge the possibility that our universe was created by some larger source of energy, beyond our observation.
It makes sense that the universe was created within the interior of some kind of Alpha universe if you will. By definition creation only occurs if something has clear, distinct values of XYZ that are unlike anything before it, making it unique and new. XYZ isn’t possible unless there was a time before it that XYZ didn’t exist. Otherwise, there is no difference between what was and what is. Something can not exist nowhere out of nothing because even nothing is still something and nowhere will always be somewhere.
Whether you believe in a god, science, or a mixture of the two does not really matter. All that matters is being able to accept the reality of there being something else just beyond this universe that we can not see or observe. Whatever this something was or is now is what caused our universe to begin and time to evolve matter into what the universe it is today.
First and most important thing to understand about the universe is the laws in which everything in it abide by and adhere to.
It may surprise you to learn that the universe contains exactly the same proportion of matter-antimatter as when it began billions of years ago. Nothing is ever added to the universe nor is anything ever removed from it. The only variable in the universe is time. It seems weird but its true. Time is always moving forward at the same, constant rate. As this happens the universe becomes older by a rate of one each moment. The distance from the beginning of time to the present extends further and with it the space between grows more complex. The universe begins as one exact measurement of empty/occupied space that everything the universe contained at the moment creation took place. From this point on, every time the universe becomes one moment older, space and time get imbedded in terms of distance. Distance is how everything interacts and communicates accurately so that definite values can exist individually as well as be organized together into one whole universe.
To explain the Universe in a way that makes sense, there is one important detail that needs addressing. Where did the universe come from? This is a question that can’t ever really be answered, but it’s a necessary question we must ask ourselves if we ever hope to understand the universe. It’s not the details that are so much important rather its just being able to acknowledge the possibility that our universe was created by some larger source of energy, beyond our observation.
It makes sense that the universe was first created by an external source that began as merely potential for creation to occur that ultimately turned into actual creation. Afterall Isn’t everything created this way, beginning as potential first. Everything has a gestational period before it becomes independent and exists on its own. So I do not feel it’s unreasonable to believe the universe is no exception to this I realize that the universe could only ever exist and harbor life if there was something external outside of the universe
One thing has always been clear to me that I’m sure is to others as well, as much as science is brilliant and exactly the most logical way to approach problem solving, logical doesn’t mean truth.
In fact, it’s weird to think about science this way but everything from mathematics to electricity and magnets is just man made laws and equations in our attempt to understand the incomprehensible physical world we live in. Whether it’s right or wrong, exact or just a prediction, all science is invented by humans for humans. By this definition, it can be also said that regardless of our precision and accuracy, know the mechanics of nature does not mean we understand anything about it.
Science explains HOW something works, it describes previous physical interactions of matter as well as predictions for how matter will interact in future moments. However, science does not explain WHAT matter is or why anything exists at all.
We know that the sun rises each day and the moon at night but we have no idea what sunlight even is or its true identity. We know atoms exist having protons and electron configurations but we have no idea what an electron even is. We know what it does but nothing about what it really is.
Same with everything else in the universe. We know when we sleep at night our mind dreams and our lungs breathe but why do things happen. What does it mean to think thoughts and be alive?
What is love and feelings of anger or instincts like hunger? How do these feelings manifest in our bodies? We might say something like the chemicals in our brain react to yadda yadda such and such and produce a physical state blah blah blah. This is all very interesting and I applaud all scientists for everything ever discovered or realized about matter. It’s truly mind-blowing how smart humans have become and things we are capable of. But the question still remains, why does matter do what it does?
I plan to answer these questions as best I can until I can think no more