swiftinfo Posted March 21, 2003 Share Posted March 21, 2003 The \"Value\" of the Universe, and it's not 47 I have created an equation to illustrate my theory of creation: I will use the following symbol as the symbol for infinity: "~" Nothing occupies Infinite Space, which means that everything occupies no space, the singularity of which inverts the relationship. x = (0/~) y = (~/0) xi = (~/0) yi = (0/~) The equation summarizing universal equlibrium therefore: x/y = yi/xi (0/~)/(~/0) = (0/~)/(~/0) (0/~)(0/~) = (0/~)(0/~) 0/~^2 = 0/~^2 The value of the [email protected]=(0,0,0) therefore, is zero over infinity squared This value can be applied to all properties: [email protected]=(0,0,0) = 0/~^2 [email protected]=(0,0,0) = 0/~^2 [email protected]=(0,0,0) = 0/~^2 [email protected]=(0,0,0) = 0/~^2 [email protected]=(0,0,0) = 0/~^2 now... to carry out the equation even further... 0/~^2 = 0 So no matter what mathematical operand we stick between each and every value at the origin of time, they will all culminate to zero. Age + mass + length + temperature + current = 0 Age - mass - length - temperature - current = 0 Age * mass * length * temperature * current = 0 Age / mass / length / temperature / current = ~ age ^ mass ^ length ^ temperature ^ current = 1 Thus, the "value" of the universe = (0,1,~) The universe is a very strange place, indeed. It can't be created, it can't be destroyed, every point in space is the centre of the universe, every point in time is the origin of creation. The universe is a very strange place, indeed. It can't be created, it can't be destroyed, every point in space is the centre of the universe, every point in time is the origin of creation. Where are we anyway, and what time is it? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

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