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Old 03-27-2008, 08:52 PM
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Reality is more than anthropic perception. It is that which exists beyond an individual's awareness; such awareness is ephemeral . . . as is the individual.

Reality is perpetuity . . . a singularity; limited by the locus of Infinity, a duality. That is: because Reality shares a locus with Infinity, it must be a singularity, which it is. The Universe is finite; Reality is infinite. There can be no multiples, or division, of Reality.

Everything that exists, as we know it, is a product of an individual’s nervous system/brain's synthesis of external stimuli. This stimuli, and it's processing, is little more than the oscillating motion . . . in one form or another . . . of seminal motion, which evolves to Triquametric Motion (TM) with the formation of the Pulsoid. Anthropic Reality is the timeless, unlimited totality of motion.

All matter . . . space . . . are no more than "building blocks," or quanta, composed of motion (varied harmonic oscillations that resonate) and bonded by a unique juxtaposition of a primal force manifesting as the coalescence, propagation, compression, and dissipation of said quanta . . . ad infinitum.


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Reality is more than anthropic perception. It is that which exists beyond an individual's awareness.
IF something exists, it is said by definition, to reside within the universe. If Reality, therefore, describes everything which does exist, it must be contained within the universe. IF the universe is said to be finite, and Reality infinite, then one immediately sees that a paradox is created.

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Reality is perpetuity . . . a singularity; limited by the locus of Infinity, a duality. That is: because Reality shares a locus with Infinity, it must be a singularity, which it is. The Universe is finite; Reality is infinite. There can be no multiples of Reality.
How can you make a distinction between concepts like the Universe or Reality? If existence is all that humans can conceptualize, then why should one not be concerned by such a metaphysical idea that things exist beyond our Universe? And if the universe contains all that has meaning to us, then why should anyone try to explain that which doesn't?

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Reality is perpetuity . . . a singularity; limited by the locus of Infinity, a duality.
Since Infinity knows no boundaries, how is it prudent to describe it's locus (or boundary)?

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... seminal motion, which is referred to as . . . Light. Anthropic Reality is the timeless, unlimited totality of said stimuli/motion . . . Light.
Before this statement can be logically verified, you must clarify precisely what you connote when you capitalize the word "light", whose commonly accepted definition (call it standard if you must) is most widely known as a visible wave or particle-like phenomena which carries no mass.
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Default Reality always has a locus that is congruent with Infinity.

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IF something exists, it is said by definition, to reside within the universe. If Reality, therefore, describes everything which does exist, it must be contained within the universe.
More precisely, the Universe is contained within Reality.

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IF the universe is said to be finite, and Reality infinite, then one immediately sees that a paradox is created.
There is no paradox if the finite is within the infinite. There is a semantics problem here; as, often the Universe and Reality are considered as congruent. If so defined, which is a bit of a “fuzzy” definition, then the Universe has a locus that is congruent with Infinity; and, the Universe is perpetual.

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How can you make a distinction between concepts like the Universe or Reality?
The distinction is quite trivial . . . dependent almost entirely upon semantics. Reality always has a locus that is congruent with Infinity . . . at its dual limits of the infinite and the infinitesimal. For some persons the Universe comprises that which exists rather than extending to, and including, its locus, which is the locus of Infinity.

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If existence is all that humans can conceptualize, then why should one not be concerned by such a metaphysical idea that things exist beyond our Universe?
There is no other logic for Reality; and, the term "Universe" is subjective, as explained above.

Humans, can conceptualize/rationalize beyond existence . . . for instance: Infinity.

I do not consider that which is philosophically logical as metaphysics. Metaphysics is more aptly applied to such as the Standard Model definitions of force.

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And if the universe contains all that has meaning to us, then why should anyone try to explain that which doesn't?
I know of nobody that can understand the meaning of the Universe without understanding that which is beyond Reality.

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Since Infinity knows no boundaries, how is it prudent to describe it's locus (or boundary)?
I’m not certain why such understanding is prudent; beyond the knowledge that no one can understand their immediate environment without understanding that which is beyond it. Such imprudence is why there is such a nearly worldwide belief in an anthropic god that continues from pre-history to create havoc with human existence.

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Before this statement can be logically verified, you must clarify precisely what you connote when you capitalize the word "light", whose commonly accepted definition (call it standard if you must) is most widely known as a visible wave or particle-like phenomena which carries no mass.
Here you have much misunderstanding, which explanation may belong under another topic. All electromagnetic energy/radiation (the first three terms with little semantic clarification or physical definition) is often considered as light within the physics community; in which there is much confusion as to its exact meaning. (Note your confusion with particle/wave and spectrum/visible (to whom or what?).

The capitalization of the word “Light” is specifically referring to how it is defined in Pulsoid Theory (PT). Pulsoid Theory considers all forms and states of motion as Light. This motion, only under very limited conditions, in a tight “spectrum,” is visible to humans. And, it is certainly not defined by the nonsense term, "electromagnetic energy/radiation (EMR)."
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