SPACE (not According To Einstein)

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According to the collective consciousness of the-World, the concept and understanding of the word ‘space’ entails ideas such as blankness, capacities, distances, expanses, extensions, stretching and vastness; and yes, even in sizes.  In the branch of most physics, space and time are both merged into one in the same, or into a single continuum, that is explained as a theory in most physicist’s arithmetical formulas; thus, calling it ‘space-time’—a ‘special relativity’ theory by Albert Einstein that had explained that space and time are relative to one another, probably as a single entity that relates space and time in a fourth-dimensional structure all on its own.  For other physicists, it seems that space in of itself, as a thing-in-itself, is a three dimensional structure, with a possibility of a fourth dimension that is played solely by the role of ‘time’ all on its own.  According to many other physicists that are in support of the ‘big-bang’ theory, space in of itself was created from the big-bang; that space in of itself has a beginning with most everything else that also has a beginning—some of them even think that the infinite space, and the finite universe, are one in the same.  But is it so that space and time is relative (united together by a law of physics) to one another, that they’re both structured as a single entity in a specified fourth dimension, all on its own?  Can it also be that space, in of itself, is multi-dimensional?  And can space be created as a thing-in-itself?

Before the questions above are answered, one should first keep in mind that ‘time’ is not necessarily an actual universal law of physics, or an actual universal reality—‘time’ can very well be only a state-of-mind; something that only exists as a mental concept that actuates the-Mind into three dimensional time zones (e.g., past, present and future)—this sort of, chronometrical mental structure, is something that solely satisfies the brain of the human species in explaining of their many external experiences, in relation to their internal subjective time.

Additionally, one should also first keep in mind that in all actuality, there are two separate dimensional sensibilities coexisting in absolute realism: and they are, the reality and the cynreality.  The absolute of reality is ascertained as anything that came into existence before the human species began creating anything they’ve desired and needed (e.g., in both of theocratic and scientific branches, it is biblically and evolutionally accounted that mankind is the final created species, of either divine idiosyncrasy, or of gradual evolutionary developments); that then means that from the very first thing that was created, all the way up until the creation of mankind, that is the range of absolute reality; so that means that even our own animating physical bodies are within that range of absolute reality: but it’s what follows next, out from that first range, that causes the first absolute to coexist with the next succeeding absolute: which is the absolute of cynreality, and that’s solely ascertained as anything that’s created by immaterial ideas into actual material manifestations; in other words, cynreality is an idea coexisting in substance: that means that the world(s) mankind has created, and everything else from within it, is actually cynreality, the second from the first range of absolute realism.  The term “cynreality,” when used in reference to our own creations, helps to abolish the term “illusion,” thus helping us to grasp our manifested ideas as a form of absolute than just some transitory illusion.

The cynreality of objective time is an external structure that can be seen with the naked eyes (e.g., clocks, calendars, watches, etc.); a chronometrical structure that measures and records events and occurrences from when they happen—which are then referred to as a ‘history’ in time (often referred to as a ‘past’).  The idea of subjective time, also known as personal time, is not a physical structure, but a state-of-mind, that actuates a mental continuum experience, and thus separates The-Self (the-Ego/the “I”) in a three dimensional time zones, so that the past is always in the past; the present is always present; and the future is always in the future—this kind of time disposition enables the-Mind itself to think and believe that all things that occurs, happens in and out of time—this collective chronometrical disposition is what most physicists use to make sense with them-selves in relation to the universe.  But the facts remains, that subjective time is nothing more but a mental state-of-mind that coexists as an objective time in cynreality—therefore, in all “cyntuality,” the chronological universe is, in all “reality,” timeless.  Hence, it is imperative that one should acknowledge that even though a chronological universe exist in the absolute of cynreality, in the absolute of reality, however, the universe is utterly devoid of chronographic dimensional structure.  The whole concept of space-time is then solely a propensity of the mind itself; in other words, spacetime is only an aggregated subjective time theory, that helps and aids a chronological disposed person to live, behave and understand in accordance to that time actuation.

Further, moreover, be it known that just as there is an objective and subjective time, there is also an objective and subjective space.  The sense of subjective space, in some occasions, can be used to figuratively replace an objective space with a virtual theoretical subjective.  Most physicists, use this kind of subjective space to alternately conjure, in theory, a possible existing substance that cannot be seen (e.g., the black-hole) to help them make sense in relation of finding themselves one with the universe.  If, in due time, their theory that exists in their subjective space proves to be an actuality, the subjective space is then ceased by the objective space.  The use of ‘subjective space’ is what enables a chronological individual to function and behave sanely in virtuality, but not in both reality and cynreality.  Hence, the possible existence of a black-hole is purely virtual until proven to be in the first range of the absolute reality.  Keep also in mind that virtuality and cynreality are not one in the same; in other words, if the virtual theory of a black-hole is discovered as an actuality, the result would purely be in the first range of the absolute reality, simply because the theory is a discovery and not an idea that coexist in substance.  In my extroverold alien language, subjective-time and subjective-space are non-applicable to my form of being even though, it does globally applies to the rest of the-World(s)—an exclusive phraseology of The-Self.

The-Self (the “I”) is the very internal Subject itself; and as the-Subject itself, all things must then first be approached subjectively (introvertedly), not so much intentionally, but perhaps habitually:  Hence, this is the reason why The-Self then self-reflects with the universe as an infinite space that’s prevalent with a spacetime law; after all, the chronographic mental structure of The-Selves exists solely within their heads.

Most physicists believes that space is now somehow endlessly multi-dimensional (i.e., the most popular subjective virtual theory is that space is likely to be ‘four-dimensional’)—but evidentially, the fact is that people can only see it as a ‘three-dimensional’ structure because we are only constructed to see our environments in three dimensions.  But what if space is actually four, or maybe even ‘seven-dimensional:’ can we know for sure?  Well, the fact is that space, in of itself, has no dimensions at all, not even one.  It is then in this endless broad of ‘non-dimensional’ space that allows us to build any kind of dimensional world within that very endless space.  Therefore, whatever dimensional construct we exist as, within our measured usage of isolated-space(s), that is basically all there is: there are no other hidden dimensions, at least in the physicality dimension(s).

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Additionally, psyche-dimensions are mentally actuated within the-Mind to build regional dimensional realms, that is, from and by the-Mind itself:  Think of the-Mind as sort of being made of an endless psyche-space that is without range and measurements; and now think of the psyche-dimension(s) as being like an encompassed spherical universe that’s floating harmonious, and expanding within the immeasurable psyche-space:  With this mental vision in mind, an individual, with the mental disposition of The-Self, can have several psyche-dimensions within his/her psyche-space (e.g., emotions can be seen as being all encompassed within a specified single psyche-dimension—usually known as the-Unconscious, or the figurative heart):  This is how the-Mind itself keeps itself organized within its own form of immaterial existence: a miniature immaterial immeasurable space, with ever expanding immaterial encompassed dimensions, solely enhoused within the brain of the human species; hence the phrase, “As above, so below,” of course used out of context:  You are now, for the first ever, are given a visual structure of the-Mind itself.  Moreover, the physical-dimensions are the created measurements of our own natural biological makeup; since our substantial three-dimensional bodies are built that way, we are then only enabled to live in that kind of “three dimensional reality.” As three-dimensional sentient souls that our bodies are, in a three-dimensional planet that seems to exist within a three-dimensional finite universe, in which exists within a non-dimensional infinite space, it’s no wonder we can only see everything as three-dimensional in the first range of the absolute reality:  However, unlike the animals species, as humans, even though our animating bodies (souls) are built as a limited three-dimensional structure, the immaterial mind that is enhoused within the material brain is not limited to the external limitations, that is within reason and logic:  That’s why, in cynreality, we can accomplish much of what seems impossible in a limited three-dimensional reality.

The infinite immeasurable space itself is not limited to any dimensions at all; and therefore, space itself can then accommodate any dimensional being that’s in any dimensional planet, that’s in part of any dimensional finite universe (e.g., another finite encompassed universe may exist with a few more extra dimensions, other than our own). The fact is that since our universe is constructed in with any dimensions at all, indicates then that our universe is finite within its’ own dimensions because all physical dimensions are not without measurements:  Hence, space in of itself, must be without any dimensions at all in order to be infinite.  Any dimensional power that exists must occupy space to keep existing as such; which then indicates then that space must first exist before an encompassed dimensional power, or energy, takes up that non-dimensional space:  With this in mind, it is then evidentially, and logically clear, that space was not ever created as most physicists theorizes and suggests that it was.  If, per say, there was a big-bang according to Stephen Hawkins, that began all that exists up until now, that very big massive explosion would not be possible to extrude in all surrounding directions if at first, there were no space to provide its’ very own birth of power and expansion.  Therefore, the big-bang is not responsible to have also created space; but that space was, and is, infinitely in existence before the big-bang happened; otherwise, without space being there first, nothing secondly can then happen.  Even within the realm of theology, if indeed the biblical God is without beginning, and also without an ending, it is then evident that the biblical God also did not created the infinite, endless and immeasurable space itself.  It is biblically known that the biblical God refers itself as the All-Powerful, and the greatest power of all: hence, if indeed that biblical God is filled with infinite power that’s without a beginning and an ending, God itself must have then also simultaneously occupied a same unending conditioned space.  Evidentially, the biblical God has always simultaneously then existed within: for even the Creator in of itself, with all of its power, grandeur and glory, is not immune to the rules of the infinite and immeasurable space itself:  Even the biblical Creator needs space to exist as power within it, and to move around and about within it.  Space, in of itself, is infinitely without end and boarders that if the biblical God would have charged its’ own Holy Spirit to go to the ends of space and not return until it finds it, God itself would never regain its’ very own Holy Spirit.  If any theologians suggest that the biblical God has even created space itself, that then would only testify that God indeed has a beginning if God indeed created the space it needs to first exist therein: hence, the biblical Creator cannot be a God without a beginning, and without an ending if indeed God itself would had to create the space IT itself first need to exist therein.  Therefore, theologically speaking, the biblical God, and space, are both simultaneously without a beginning, and without an end.  So theologically, scientifically, astronomically, or technically speaking, space is infinite, uncreated, always existing, without a starting point, without an origin, and without an ending.

Evidentially, our universe is then known to be finite in reference to its’ own size, and therefore, it has a beginning, but we do not know if it has an ending in its entirety of existence.  Just because all physical things have a beginning, that doesn’t necessarily mean that all physical things must then have an ending as well.  Our universe, in its entirety, has many automaton capacities to rejuvenate itself, and internally keeps multiplying objects within itself as it continuously expands itself endlessly; and that’s only possible because our infinite immeasurable space, in of itself, is what provides the way for eternal existence and expansion of our finite universe: some things with a beginning can then still be without an ending.  So it turns out to be that the phraseology of the word “infinity” is an absolute reality that’s not really far-fetched.  Nothing, absolutely nothing, can begin to exist, to then continuously occur existing, without something first to be there to provide the way to its birth of its beginning.  If space, in of itself, was not always there first to provide a way to any beginning, anything that tries to birth could without space?  If anything or anyone begins to become created, space would have to first be there to then be its foundation that’s without commencement:  If every single thing that exists had a beginning, nothing would then begin.

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Space is the “Great Infinite Enhouser” that allows all things to exist; great or small, terrestrial or divine, immortal or mortal, material or immaterial; so that all creations and creatures, as well as the uncreations, can continue to occur with or without transitory conditions.  So the proper identity of the symbolic equation of infinity () is space (e.g., space = ∞  and  ∞ = space):  You can also equate “darkness” with the same symbol of infinity (e.g., ∞ = darkness  and  darkness = ∞).  Darkness and space are both one in the same—anything else existing, other than just darkness (space) itself, is taking up and occupying darkness in of itself; in other words, the actual darkness is really immeasurable, without volume, matter, power, height, width and length:  Everything then that exists, with or without a beginning, or an ending, fully exists within the infinite darkness—light, however, can only take up and occupy darkness in of itself, for unlike the immeasurable darkness, the light is measured in volume, matter, power, height, width and length:  So the light first need darkness to exist within it; but darkness, however, does not need light to exist in of itself, because darkness is space itself.  The infinite darkness is an immeasurable vacuumed space; therefore, for everything to exist within the vacuumed dark space, everything must then exist in reversed motion to darkness (e.g., gravity), to be encompassed within its own energy so that whatever thing exists, does not get extruded in all directions by the vacuumed motion of darkness.  Many people may not feel comfortable with the fact that light first needs darkness to then secondly exist within darkness itself: that light cannot exist without darkness, but that darkness itself can exist without light.  For the readers that may be uncomfortable with this fact, need not to worry whatsoever:  Remember that even though darkness is immeasurable, it is still powerless (without energy): and although light is measured, unlike the powerless darkness, a light itself is with power (with energy).  Since darkness is an immeasurable vacuumed space, for that reason, it cannot contain power within itself; that’s the “con” for being immeasurable (endlessly massive; uncontained).  But since light is a measurable energy, for that reason, it can contain power within itself; that’s the “pro” for being measurable (encompassed; circumscriptive).

Since the finite universe is always expanding within the infinite dark vacuumed space, we can never reach its border, or its’ edges:  And even if we could have somehow be extremely advanced in astronomical transportation, and somehow managed to reach the edge of our finite universe, all that we would probably see beyond the edge is an infinite scary looking dark space: that if anyone were, per say, try to even be so far from the edge, as far as numerous light years away, anyone would still, within that deserted range, probably get vacuumed out from the finite universe and into the infinite dark space.  The edge, or several layer of edges, of our finite universe could be immensely thick that nothing for trillions of light years away can take up and occupy that ranged desert-like space, therein.  The vacuumed pull of the endless dark space is so pulling that nothing can exist within the edge(s) of our finite universe.  There’s no knowing if such a vacuumed motion pull is even audible: if it were heard, and if it were possible to even reach somewhere close to the starting point of the edge, you probably reverse the course of your spaceship for fear that the sound alone can make you deaf, other than, that it probably first sounds very horrific before your ears becomes deaf.  Whatever it is that’s holding our ever expanding finite universe together, without it, our finite universe would totally extrude out of existence in all directions: therefore, that unknown inversed aggregating motion must be nothing else but an enormous gravitational pull, that counteracts the vacuumed pull of the immeasurable infinite dark space: however, not too strong to contract our finite universe into its own elimination, but just enough force to allow it to expand endlessly, at just the right speed.  The deserted ranged edge of our finite universe might be trillions of light years long, maybe even longer, to keep any nearby celestial bodies far from it—if not, and we happened to be just a tab near that range from within the universe, we will probably find out the hard way, to a point of no return, why the edge of our finite universe is a dark desert, with no light of star in sight whatsoever.

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Since the dark vacuumed space is infinite, then anything that begins to become created within it, has the potential to then exist forever, even if that something had a beginning.  The existence of the actual infinite dark vacuumed space provides the way for other endless multiple finite universes to become created into existences.  Since the infinite space was never created, we can’t objectively forge actual space(s), as some may believe; but only take up residency in it:  Perhaps we can “isolate” space(s), but not create it.  We don’t enhouse space; instead, space enhouses us—it actually enhouses the entire finite universe that we live in, and forever beyond, but nothing enhouses space.  Even with the biblical God, as known to be infinite itself, is no exception to the rule of the infinite space, for even the Creator itself must also reside in space in order to simultaneously exist in infinity with space itself; hence, the biblical infinite God itself is then enhoused within the infinite dark vacuumed space: for even the Creator (the Uncreature) itself is also subjected to space itself.  Therefore, in theocratic summation, it is logical to reason that darkness is the uncreation, simultaneously enhousing the Uncreature (the Creator).

Some people might wonder that if the infinite vacuumed dark space is immensely noisy with a suction sound like no other, why it is then known that once you leave earth, it’s quite out there in space.  Our finite universe, with everything else in it, actually keeps things quite between the celestial objects themselves:  The entire inversed gravitational pull of our universe filters the suction sound of space in silence by internally allowing increased local pressures, that gravitates vast amounts of matters and dusts, into isolated manifestations (e.g., planets; stars,etc.): and depending upon these local manifestations, much of the sounds are filtered by isolating them within those isolated objects (e.g., the isolated immense sounds within the Jovian Jupiter); while on the outside of those isolated objects, and in between them, no matter how apart they are from each other, the suction sound of space is thus filtered in almost total silence, within the finite universe of its entirety.  Also, if it were possible that we could have reached the very edge of our finite universe, we could maybe be able to see another finite universe, across way yonder, in the infinite dark space:  However, if we were to then try and exit out from our finite universe in order to cross in an uncharted dark space, so that we could just get to the other encompassed finite universe, everything then that we are within our advanced astronomical transportation, would instantaneously extrude in all directions; into tiny bits of dusts that would then immediately utterly disappear, within the suction pull of the infinite dark space:  And all this would probably happen within maybe two to five quick consecutive blinks of an eye: hence, the advanced astronomical transportation would have then failed us even though it was resourceful within the finite of universe interstellar travel.

It is then logical that nothing, absolutely nothing, occurs in and out of time except within the chronological state of mind.  All that occurs and manifests, occurs and manifests in and out of space, without a single chronometrical measurement because, space is immeasurable.  Chronometrical measurements are solely induced by intelligence of intent, not by automaton capacities.  Anyone then who testifies that “time” is a natural universal law, he/she is unintentionally witnessing that there is then a power of idiosyncrasy (e.g., the biblical God) after all, who is responsible to have then intently and willfully induced chronometrical alignments solely within our finite universe.  Time is solely a state of mind; it is not a law in of itself that governs all things created: if it were, then there is a God after all.

With all of the above in mind, it is then obvious that space itself is an actual existence of actual infinity: and if you’re an atheist, an agnostic, an evolutionist scientist, or a humanist; that is, subtracting the belief that the biblical God exists without a beginning and an ending, space itself would then logically bring you to concede that infinity still does exists after all, even if it’s not in a god form.  It is logically comprehensible that space was never created, but is always in existence; and it’s also infinitely non-dimensional that provides the way for any separate finite, multi-dimensional universes, to exist and expand therein.  The infinite dark vacuumed space is without chronometrical structure since after all, space itself is without beginning and ending, thus, eliminating the virtual theory of Einstein’s “spacetime.”  Therefore, there is no connection between the mental concept of time and the actuality of infinity space.  Even though many physicists proclaimed and owned that there is no such thing as “infinity,” there effort to then permanently terminate the “flawed” infinity symbol, as many of them have termed it, is in vain.


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