I will keep asserting certain suppositions concerning origin:

The Universe did not spring from nothing. There was no immaculate conception of the Universe. Timelessly, origin is a superposition set of the infinity of universes. Origin has always been in existence and is always in progress. A constant of origin is a constant of renewal. Origin = Renewal. Point of origin = ultimate turnover point of universes and everything in them, newest to oldest, oldest to newest, always in turnover, always in motion, always in change. Always oncoming from superposition set of origin, always going, always 'returning' to that same superposition set of origin.

The Universe did not spring from nothing, unless one wants to define infinity as nothing. The collapsed horizon of infinity is the collapsed horizon of origin, a duality of horizon. That horizon is the constant horizon of all the infinities of space-time universes broad and deep. You could travel horizon to horizon, universe to universe, forever, and that horizon of infinity and origin would always be there in the distance at every point of the compass (including the Planck distance inside), always relative to you, always unattainable.

The quantum-like entanglement of distances Now (t = 0), versus vast distant graduating accumulations of pasts (-) / futures (+), accumulations of motions, accumulations of changes, accumulations of turnovers, develops a cauldron of space-time spun into vortex and vortices. Not on the spot reality physics, but at a distance relativity physics. A version of "spooky action at a distance", but in this case spooky relativity physics. The physics are very real, they exist, they just don't exist on the spot. Their reality exists "relative" to distance. The reality of origin, of beginning, of universes' ultimate point of renewal, exists "relative" to 'distance' in space and time . . . as a hyper space-time plane. The road of return to origin is event horizons of black holes (outside-in > inside-out (quantum entanglement-like)).

I cannot change the minds of origin creationists who have no regard for infinities, or infinity physics, they cannot directly observe or detect as such: Who cannot see that the collapsed horizon of origin is the collapsed horizon of infinity (infinity = '1' ((+/-) '1') (constant!)); who cannot see or deal in a fast universe, a very fast universe, vortex, vortices, in ways I chronicled earlier, that speeds up with all distances gaining, that speeds up into the speed of light, that merges with quantum weirdness into a unity of microcosm and macrocosm in horizon, at a distance ("spooky action at a distance"). Not on the spot reality of course, but real never-the-less. always at a distance (thus 'superposition') relativity physics.

The scientist bangs his hand on a table. He has banged his hand on the horizon of relativity's breakdown into quantum mechanics. He has banged his hand on the horizon of microcosm / macrocosm. At a point somewhere therein, though close up, in fact far away, there for a space and time is unity of macrocosm and microcosm in horizon self-similar to the one mentioned above. Hard evidence of horizon to be denied because the one was under hand, while the other, though self-similar, "spooky action at a distance."

Origin as the constant of renewal ultimate point (renewal's ultimate point as the constant of origin), infinity's collapsed horizon

The time of origin (Of Universe with a capital U, the universal set, as opposed to the infinity of universes (u)) is always easy, all time (including for the moment 13.8 billion years ago, the collapsed horizon of infinity, radius physic of turn '1/2' from everywhere). The exact 'where' is a little harder to grasp: the Abyss deep of universes, most especially including the Planck horizon (one and the same with the (BC (M) | BV ((C) (C^2)) | BB (E)) horizon. The big Mirror mirroring within to infinities of universes . . . a, k, a, "The Looking Glass."

It's a Multiverse Universe.

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The Universe did not spring from nothing. There was no immaculate conception of the Universe. Timelessly, origin is a superposition set of the infinity of universes. Origin has always been in existence and is always in progress. A constant of origin is a constant of renewal. Origin = Renewal. Point of origin = ultimate turnover point of universes and everything in them, newest to oldest, oldest to newest, always in turnover, always in motion, always in change. Always oncoming from superposition set of origin, always going, always 'returning' to that same superposition set of origin.

The Universe did not spring from nothing, unless one wants to define infinity as nothing. The collapsed horizon of infinity is the collapsed horizon of origin, a duality of horizon. That horizon is the constant horizon of all the infinities of space-time universes broad and deep. You could travel horizon to horizon, universe to universe, forever, and that horizon of infinity and origin would always be there in the distance at every point of the compass (including the Planck distance inside), always relative to you, always unattainable.

The quantum-like entanglement of distances Now (t = 0), versus vast distant graduating accumulations of pasts (-) / futures (+), accumulations of motions, accumulations of changes, accumulations of turnovers, develops a cauldron of space-time spun into vortex and vortices. Not on the spot reality physics, but at a distance relativity physics. A version of "spooky action at a distance", but in this case spooky relativity physics. The physics are very real, they exist, they just don't exist on the spot. Their reality exists "relative" to distance. The reality of origin, of beginning, of universes' ultimate point of renewal, exists "relative" to 'distance' in space and time . . . as a hyper space-time plane. The road of return to origin is event horizons of black holes (outside-in > inside-out (quantum entanglement-like)).

I cannot change the minds of origin creationists who have no regard for infinities, or infinity physics, they cannot directly observe or detect as such: Who cannot see that the collapsed horizon of origin is the collapsed horizon of infinity (infinity = '1' ((+/-) '1') (constant!)); who cannot see or deal in a fast universe, a very fast universe, vortex, vortices, in ways I chronicled earlier, that speeds up with all distances gaining, that speeds up into the speed of light, that merges with quantum weirdness into a unity of microcosm and macrocosm in horizon, at a distance ("spooky action at a distance"). Not on the spot reality of course, but real never-the-less. always at a distance (thus 'superposition') relativity physics.

The scientist bangs his hand on a table. He has banged his hand on the horizon of relativity's breakdown into quantum mechanics. He has banged his hand on the horizon of microcosm / macrocosm. At a point somewhere therein, though close up, in fact far away, there for a space and time is unity of macrocosm and microcosm in horizon self-similar to the one mentioned above. Hard evidence of horizon to be denied because the one was under hand, while the other, though self-similar, "spooky action at a distance."

Origin as the constant of renewal ultimate point (renewal's ultimate point as the constant of origin), infinity's collapsed horizon

*being*origin's collapsed horizon, is "spooky action at a distance." Minds*are*changing on origin, beginning in earnest to reexamine origin, I read, but it's happening so damn slow . . . at a glacial pace!The time of origin (Of Universe with a capital U, the universal set, as opposed to the infinity of universes (u)) is always easy, all time (including for the moment 13.8 billion years ago, the collapsed horizon of infinity, radius physic of turn '1/2' from everywhere). The exact 'where' is a little harder to grasp: the Abyss deep of universes, most especially including the Planck horizon (one and the same with the (BC (M) | BV ((C) (C^2)) | BB (E)) horizon. The big Mirror mirroring within to infinities of universes . . . a, k, a, "The Looking Glass."

It's a Multiverse Universe.

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*"Reality has so many things that most people would associate with sci-fi or even fantasy." -- Bruno Bento, physicist, University of Liverpool, U.K.*

"That's one of the exciting things about math, you can go through a door . . . and you wind up in a completely different universe. It's very much like Alice in Wonderland." -- Jack Morava, mathematician at Johns Hopkins University and inventor of Morava K-theory."That's one of the exciting things about math, you can go through a door . . . and you wind up in a completely different universe. It's very much like Alice in Wonderland." -- Jack Morava, mathematician at Johns Hopkins University and inventor of Morava K-theory.

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