The binary code is simple, no? 1 or 0, or on or off, yet look at what you can find on the internet. You can even see our locality of the Universe.
Well, similarly, the Universe itself is a simple place. It tends to absolute simplicity. The entire Universe is composed of a single ingredient, and whether you want to call it 'space' or cheat and use the terminology of 'spacetime' and complicate it with mathematics is neither here or there. Space is not nothing. If it were nothing, then there would be no dimension. So 'space' is a structure or medium of what-have-you.
There is just one lot of this stuff of space, discrete levels of which give the effect of the sub-atomic particles, which combine in discrete quantities to form the atoms, and so molecules and matter, aggregating in clumps to form clouds of hydrogen etc. and so stars and their planets and - and us. But it is still only 'space' or, cheating, 'spacetime', as 'time' does not exist in reality.
The groupings of molecules, planets, stars, galaxies etc. naturally give rise to the various natural resulting forces of binding energy of the atoms, a weak repulsive force if they are disturbed, gravity and long-distance galactic- or space-repulsion. And all of it interacts so that in a single integrated vastly convoluted action Universe gloriously . . . transpires! But it is all very simple and reasonable.
Super. Could you have anything more sublimely simple than that?
It is perhaps also worth mentioning that you cannot add or subtract a single particle to or from the universe, and that the Universe is already complete, a done thing. Simply for living beings, as chemical organisms which function progressively as an integral part in the process of Universal completion, the Universe necessarily seems to be incomplete and to be in progressive action, without 'time' in its function except for us in our place and other living things in theirs with our mental snapshots saying 'here and now . . . and 'here and now' . . . and 'here and now'. Simple? And yes, even an infinite Universe is already complete within its state of being.
Sure. So we can look back and see reality as it happened yesterday or last year or a billion years ago. But we cannot affect what happened yesterday, can we? It is safe from our interference.
We can even believe that we can change the future. Well, our actions, in reality inevitable because of our genetic prescription and conditioned behaviour, but requiring our seemingly voluntary 'decision', can affect the present - our 'now'. Yes, that's what 'decision' and 'volition' are in the context of the already complete Universe.
In this Universe every particle is how it has to be and where it has to be at any particular position. And when it changes, due to the natural instability of its physical composition, or is affected by external influences, it changes to what it then has to be. It has no other option. So, even with supernovae and galaxies in collision, it is a perfect Universe. However, though it is already complete, it is not predictable by us, even in the immediate future.
Look at yesterday and you will see how it is, or 'was' in that position. But 'possibility' and 'probability' do not exist in the real world, any more than 'nothing' can exist in a physical Universe. What happens happens. That is reality. Mathematics, as a logically self-fulfilling prescription does nothing more than try to describe reality in another language, and if the input or mathematical syntax is at fault - and it usually is - then the result will be erroneous. And in any case, it can only guess at 'possibilities' that in reality cannot exist until the reality of the situation eventuates and asserts itself.
So it is all very simple and honest and understandable.
Well, it was.
Unfortunately now we have a problem. Our senses can show us what reality is, but some of our own kind, motivated by deliberate deceit and with all the means of science, psychology and the media at their disposal, try to persuade us that what we are seeing is not the case, that things are not what we see and hear, but rather are what for their own reasons they want us to think we see and hear.
And their stated reason, we understand, is that they want most of us to become extinct in their favour, by fair means or foul, and it seems they prefer foul. Their religion is to deceive, and by their creed they deliberately mislead our children, impoverish our adults and provoke the destruction and degradation of all other nations.
The evidence of this malign interference is easy to see. Here we have a planet which was big enough for hundreds of millions of years of dinosaurs, and which can easily feed and sustain a hundred thousand million humans in happy plenty, but which is kept in a state of warring need by the activities of just a few exercising their ill-will towards the rest via a stupid fraud called finance. They and their activities alone are even overheating the planet.
1 | 2