A Simplified Understanding of the Universe that
Presens New Paradigms for Space, Matter,
Time, Gravity, Light, and Consciousness.
 
THE FABRIC SPACE

The possibility of one dimension would logically be the next manifestation. A line may exist in one dimension. For that to happen, another segment of time would be required. The smallest unit of distance is believed to be Plank’s length (10⁻³³ centimeters), and the shortest unit of duration has been suggested to be Plank’s time (about 10⁻⁴³ seconds), approximately the time it takes for light to travel a Plank length. These minimum measurements, however, are assumed to be the shortest duration and length at the time of Big Bang which is often referred to as time zero.  For the purpose of this writing the minimum measurements before Big Bang would be meaningless since there is nothing to which they may be compared, and time zero would be at the moment of the manifestation of the primal point, not Big Bang. The minimum length and minimum time duration will be designated M-length and M-time, respectively.

We may consider each M-time to be like an individual picture frame, or cell, in a movie. Each time cell is static. Changes occur with the revelation of a new “now” time cell. The time cell following the point manifestation cell would have provided the opportunity for the point to be stretched to an M-length line. The “stretch” would occur between time cells. It would be more like a jump from one time cell to the next. This tiny line would not be an infinite series of points but a stretched point entirely composed of POEM. Now we have a direction for time and a manifestation of the possibility of one dimension.

Figure A displays a succession of time cells. The primal point is at M-time 1 and the primal line is at M-time 2. A third time cell, M-time 3, provides the opportunity for the line to stretch widthwise into a plane, and M-time 4 allows the plane to be stretched into a cube. In just four M-time duration time cells, space-time could have been created, existing as a cube with each edge measuring an M-length—the primal space-block. That dimension is tiny from our perspective but at the time of the space-block’s creation it encompassed everything in space-time. The next time cell, M-time 5, shows the primal space-block stretched to double its volume. At M-time 6, the stretched block becomes two blocks, dividing as biological cells do.

M-time 7 and M-time 8 show both space-blocks dividing, and the process continues, increasing the volume of space exponentially. Figure A shows a graphic representation. The space-blocks could bulge and split, doubling the volume of space, but not necessarily being geometrically cubic.

The space-blocks constitute the fabric of space. Each space-block is composed of and is an expression of POE and, as such, is the same block appearing in all manifested places at the same time. \

Each space-block is both a part and the whole of POEM.
 

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M-time 1

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M-time 2



M-time 3



M-time 4



M-time 5

 



M-time 6

M-time 7



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M-time 10



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M-time 12



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M-time 16

Figure A


 

The exponential increase in POEM volume for the first twenty-two time cells is shown in Graph A. Figure A is represented in Graph A only to M-time 16, the first sixteen time cells. The volume of space doubles in each two time cells. The rapidity of the increase in volume is demonstrated more dramatically in Graph B, which depicts up to M-time 62. It takes twice the time of Graph A to even register a visible delineation on Graph B.

Graph A


Graph B



Graph C is even more impressive. It displays the increase of space volume after only one hundred time cells from the primal moment. At M-time 100, the volume increased 281 trillion times the volume at M-time 4, and that brings us only to 10-41 seconds of the first second since the primal moment.

Graph C