From the science fiction series, The Vox of SU’s SHELL
“It is only in the world of objects that we have time and space and selves.”T.S. Elliot
Reconciling the Beginning with an End
In the beginning, there was all the time in the world, and limited space to fill the void of time; and then light filled the universe.
With the inception of the universe came the expansion of space with time and infinite possibilities for life existence.
In the end, the universe is without time holding existence to space. There is a fulfillment of life. And no time like the present because there is no past to embrace.
An autonomous reality necessitates a reconciliation between space and time, energy, and matter.
Life is dynamic; thus, material bodies must hold the potential for transformation and exist in a continuum of space and time.
The experience of space and time is relative to one’s position or action.
“When you sit with a nice girl for two hours, you think it’s only a minute, but when you sit on a hot stove for a minute, you think it’s two hours. That’s relativity.”Albert Einstein
The nature of reality depends on the position of the observer. Everything is in constant motion, but the perception of the movement requires the observation of objects moving relative to one another.
One cannot experience motion if it is as uniform as standing still.
The experience of time changes for an object in motion. The faster one object moves relative to another, the slower time appears to pass relative to the more stagnant object’s perception. That is, if I am moving faster than you than my concept of time will be [relatively] slower than yours.
Energy and mass are relative:
The faster an object moves, the heavier it gets; and the more massive an object gets, the harder it is to speed up. The more massive an object, the more energy it needs to be in motion.
E=mc2Einstein’s Theory of Special Relativity
As an object approaches the speed of light, time appears to slow down for it from an observer’s point of view, who is standing still. As an object in motion travels faster, it will appear smaller than if it weren’t moving, to an idle observer. If you are in the stands of a speedway, watching race cars as they speed by, the faster the car moves, the shorter it will appear from where you stand. The faster the race car moves, the slower time will seem to pass for the driver, relative to someone watching from the stand.
The connection between space and time unifies energy and matter.
All that exists is in motion and has a vibrational frequency. Neutrons, protons, electrons, anti-electrons, and neutrinos filled the universe the second it came into existence. And within minutes, protons and neutrons collided to make atoms, the foundational structure for all matter, which exist in a constant state of flux. Even when objects appear to be standing still, they are moving.
Energy can be converted into matter and matter into energy. Albeit, energy is not matter, and matter is not energy; energy is something that all matter possesses. Energy and matter are always in motion and transformation through space over time and conserved in every reaction.
Space and time are as continuous as the continuum’s potential for transformation.
While matter and energy are quantitatively conserved within every transformative reaction, the quality is not preserved. The quality of energy deteriorates over time. As energy is transferred, and matter is transformed, more and more of it gets expended.
Over time, matter breaks down, and energy becomes expendable.
Useable energy is inescapably used for productivity, growth, and repair, and becomes unusable when it is lost as heat in transformation as matter degrades.
Material bodies within the space-time continuum are not eternal. The creation of reality is reconciled with an end.
The Algorithm of Life
Life has an algorithm: from birth to death back into the ground (or the air we breathe).
“There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens: a time to be born and a time to die, a time to plant and a time to uproot;”Ecclesiastes 3:1-2
The algorithm for life is the same for every individual, there are beginnings and endings, and entangled reactions in-between; from chaos comes order. Ordo Ab Chao.
Humans experience the same life individually. Reality is a shared experience, yet so personal.
Individually and collectively, we (social creatures) are a product of all our actions, whether they are deemed right or wrong by ego or another.
The orchestration of a phenomenon requires a concerted effort in action and response, personally, within, and by the connected experience of life.
“a time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down; a time to build up; a time to weep and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance;”Ecclesiastes 3:3-4
For differences to be divided, opposing forces must meet at the seams they split.
All life and non-life are connected and transforming in orchestration with a motion towards the most energetically favorable (universal) conformation; whether it results in a universally desired outcome.
All matter in the universe is made up of the same fundamental particles connected by strings that tie existence together in a fabric made up of space and time.
The vibrational strings that connect opposing charges within complementary bonding pairs are momentary. However, within the sub-particles of particles—which organize to make elements within molecules, entities within systems, and systems within a multiverse—interactions grow with tremendous strength.
The smallest interactions can have the most significant influence on the dynamic nature of all living interactions.
Life is created by the collision of molecules, and just as quickly ended by the natural molecular interactions with the air it breathes.
Coordination of Existence in Space-time
When matter transforms away from its natural state: material that dissipates energy at a rate that equals its degradation; into a form that emits energy quickly and degrades slowly: the time it takes up space within the continuum outlasts its utilization.
If the present energetically depletes the future, the difference splits at the seam of the fabric that holds the planes of time (past, present, and future) together, while keeping them apart.
Life must work together to hold it together.
“a time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing;”Ecclesiastes 3:5
Time is sequential and appears to move forward; but is it reversible? Most natural laws are “time reversible” apart from entropy. Entropy is a measure of disorder that requires a forward direction for time. As time moves forward, entropy (chaos) increases.
How fast would one need to go, for time to appear to move backward?
There was a young lady of Wight,
Who traveled much faster than light,
She departed one day,
In a relative way,
And arrived on the previous night.Bishop of Chelmsford
Time travel requires an infinite amount of energy to accelerate an object faster than the speed of light.
New spatial dimensions created by material transformation must complement the aspects of time it is bound to, to balance the plane of the present with the future.
A ripple in space can cause a ripple in time and vice-versa. The more massive an object, the more it distorts space-time; the longer an object exists, the longer it warps the continuum.
Two objects can’t take up the same space at the same time unless the volume is equal to both material bodies.
There is coordination between space and time, as they are inextricably bound.
The potential of energy contained within the elastic fabric of space stretches with expansion; as the continuum approaches the end, the time left for a future becomes infinitesimal compared to the past; yet the expansion of space is accelerating.
Derivatives of Derivatives
Life is a cycle of replicating derivative events that advance in space exponentially within the dimension of time. Life exists as a derivative of derivatives.
Physical existence materializes at intersecting points of time and space.
Materialization creates phase changing boundaries within the physical composition of space. Perception of reality comes from the ability to distinguish physical separation and variations between self and non-self.
Because existence encompasses the same fundamental parts, there will always be similarities between varying forms of life. Differences in life come from the composition and interactive organization across and between different systems of existence.
All that exists is most similar at the most fundamental levels, which differentially increases with complexity within the organizational levels of life.
The dimensions of space and time allow us (life) to exist in various states, generations, and forms.
The coordination of time and space is what gives rise to varying perceptions. However, there is only one ultimate reality and truth, even if it is created by interconnected realities.
Riding the Waves of Space-time
The light that shines from stars takes light years to reach an observer on Earth. So, when you look up at the sky, you see events that happened in the past.
Space and time are bound. If space is dimensional, time is dimensional. If time is dimensional, it can be traveled, even if only at a rate of 60 seconds per minute, here on Earth; Or 1000 minutes per second relative to the moon.
If time were infinite, there would be no beginning or end. The past would be endless, and the sky would be filled with light from an infinite number of stars that always existed.
If time existed without space, it would be an infinite loop. The limit of time, placed on space, would not exist. If space and time were not bound, space would infinitely expand in timelessness. There would be no change or transformation.
Time is like a fiber that ties energy and matter to space. If we change the way it is attached, the steady-state of matter and energy can shift to a high-frequency decay, which is destructive to life.
Increasing the turnover of useable energy leaves the continuum void of the energy required to hold it together; compromising the integrity of the future planes of life.
The material realm requires space and time to co-exist in continuous cycles of growth and decay.
Material life is temporary; albeit, what is the presently non-living organic matter of the Earth will become incorporated into future existence.
The Hemispheric Poles of the Beginning and the End
On Earth, all spatial directions and time zones intersect at the North and South Poles of the hemisphere. From the North Pole, where the Earth’s axis and surface intersect at the northernmost tip of the Earth, all directions point south. From the South Pole, where the Earth’s axis and surface intersect at the southernmost tip of the Earth, all paths lead north.
If time travel is possible, the poles of the Earth is where the past, present, and future come together.
Time is not absolute, it is relative; it is experienced differently for different observers of life. The past, present, and future exist simultaneously.
The ancient text Mahabharata describes Antarctica as “Atala [Atlantis], the White Island,” thought of as the home of all energy by worshipers of Brahma, the creator god. When King Raivata traveled to the heavens to meet with Brahma, he returned to Earth hundreds of years in the future. Brahma explains to the king that time runs differently on different planes of existence.
The poles of the hemisphere are where the cosmic heavens and Earth embrace. And has been described as where the past, present, and future are held by eternal life.
In the Ramayana, sage Valmiki compares the Northern Lights to the ‘light that emits from sages who have attained Siddhl [“attainment” in Sanskrit],’ a word that describes the manifestation of a supernormal power resulting from spirituality.
“Going beyond that expanse of water, you will come upon a sky, which even when devoid of the stars or the moon or the sun is illuminated by rays as if there is light emitting from the self-luminous, god-like sages who repose there.”Valmiki
The Aurora Borealis and Aurora Australis are the Northern and Southern Lights of the Earth’s hemispheric poles. A stream of electrically charged particles from solar winds entering and interacting with the Earth’s atmosphere creates a bright display of colorful cosmic lights. The Aurora is a dramatic display of cosmic energy attracted through the Earth’s magnetosphere.
Ancient texts describe the poles as where heaven meets the Earth and the aurora lights as spirits passing through nirvana.
While scientists may see the auroras as a solar storm, Buddhist’s, Hindus, Jains, and, Sikhs may refer to it as Dharma, and other religious spectators may call it the eternal light. Dr. Sus would say, “they are variations of the same thing.”
There is a reason cosmic energy enters at the poles: it is where the planetary connection of life on Earth and the universe come together. While the present experiences the beginning of the SAD END, the future is in its revelation.
Consequently, the hemispheric poles are where the sand of time is melting away. Like an old icebox refrigerator; once the ice melts everything on Earth will spoil.