Since it deals in issues here as well:

Regarding post #4 in thread "Spontaneous REALTIME" but not 'Loki' the second season finale which I watched standalone skipping over the whole series to see what COLGeek was talking about in post #7 of the same thread.

There are infinities of universes in that which does not exist, relatively speaking that is. That season finale of the Marvel series 'Loki' gets nonlocality, which is to say infinite, infinitesimal, infinity, infinities, all wrong. And, of course, there is no such thing as dividing by zero, but there is zeroing in canceling to zero two or more nonlocals, two or more infinities, springing the relative finite local. Who said the nonlocal, the infinities, cease to exist in being cancelled to spring the relative finite local?

Infinity is fulfillment of potential already concurrently existing, always and forever co-existing, with any relative finite having infinite potential! It isn't ever local, and it definitely isn't finite! Thus, there are infinities of universes (horizons of universe) in that which does not exist, relatively (observably) speaking that is!

How many spontaneous decision points will you have every second in your life when you might have taken any number of different paths (and took every possible different path never knowing you took more than just one)? How many deaths awaited you along every one of those paths? How many situations avoided? How many opportunities missed (that were never missed by the you that took some other path)? How many of those deaths did you awaken from as sleep and/or dreams simply awakened from?

Do you know what "infinity of the mind" is and means?!

The Infinite MULTIVERSE Universe, and its

Regarding post #4 in thread "Spontaneous REALTIME" but not 'Loki' the second season finale which I watched standalone skipping over the whole series to see what COLGeek was talking about in post #7 of the same thread.

There are infinities of universes in that which does not exist, relatively speaking that is. That season finale of the Marvel series 'Loki' gets nonlocality, which is to say infinite, infinitesimal, infinity, infinities, all wrong. And, of course, there is no such thing as dividing by zero, but there is zeroing in canceling to zero two or more nonlocals, two or more infinities, springing the relative finite local. Who said the nonlocal, the infinities, cease to exist in being cancelled to spring the relative finite local?

Infinity is fulfillment of potential already concurrently existing, always and forever co-existing, with any relative finite having infinite potential! It isn't ever local, and it definitely isn't finite! Thus, there are infinities of universes (horizons of universe) in that which does not exist, relatively (observably) speaking that is!

How many spontaneous decision points will you have every second in your life when you might have taken any number of different paths (and took every possible different path never knowing you took more than just one)? How many deaths awaited you along every one of those paths? How many situations avoided? How many opportunities missed (that were never missed by the you that took some other path)? How many of those deaths did you awaken from as sleep and/or dreams simply awakened from?

Do you know what "infinity of the mind" is and means?!

The Infinite MULTIVERSE Universe, and its

**Planck Big Bang (collapsed cosmological constant (/\)) Horizon, loses nothing and never has it, everything that is, less than fully covered.***spontaneous REALTIME*
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