- Apr 13, 2018
This video really made me think. Are we real? Do we even exist or are we pretty much a perception of a greater expanse of time space. This theory seems to say that we are smaller then what is out there beyond what we can see. It comes to my attention that possibly this could be true. The theory of relativity basically says the universe is always constantly expanding into the vacuum of space as light travels the same speed no matter where it travels. What interest me is this. Steven Hawking had predicted we were in some type of perception projection. Where the entire universe was merely made of information and was a simple projection of our minds. It interest me whether this could be true. He later retracted his prediction as he faced much scrutiny from the scientific community.
What if the only thing real was memory. I imagine a circle, "the eternity circle" where memory is infinite and cannot be escaped. Memory inside us, inescapable by our perception of time. Time being an illusion of memory. We could be worms among giants in outer space. As in we cannot be found because we are as insignificant as an insect. No one wants to speak with us because we are just unimportant or can't be located. Now image this and imagine the further away you travel the bigger and greater your size becomes. If you travel 2 gambits into space your size would be much much bigger.
It comes to my new theory that from the birth perception you are too small and from the perception of traveling further away you become much much easier to find and much much bigger. Almost as if a pair of eyes were at the peak of the spectrum. Our own from the root of our existence.
In other words what's out there is infinitely greater in size. It was predicted by einstein that the universe is constantly expanding. What if we expand with it as we travel into space? Who's to say that a human body isn't just as much apart of time space as craters or planets. Everything is expanding. Including us. But the expansion in my own theory would be perspective based. My own personal idea is perspective based is more ideal then perception based. Steven Hawking may have been onto something but in my idea it's the possible perspective from within.
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