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The Oneness Theory

Posted by Krems on January 3, 2018 at 11:15 PM

***WARNING***

Everything already happened in the infinite universe and heres the proof!!!!

The Universe cannot be created

The Universe cannot create motion

The Universe cannot create space

Hi Kevin here I’ve been on and off this website for a few years now and had thought about posting this here for old times sake. This site has been a great place for me to vent and listen to others perspectives and now once again I’m here to share with you once more. Welcome to the Oneness Theory hope you like it and can help spread my work. I’m happy to answer any question. Please support my free artificial intelligence website!

Link to A.I. Website:

https://www.gofundme.com/free-artificial-intelligence


Link to Origional Report:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/19TviBmgAf2_jX3D0XAGcxmZrolLBLOoe4V0msWjyV4Y/edit?usp=sharing

Link to Youtube:

https://youtu.be/4PJdPiR0Aik

This theory is still in its beginning stages with very little research done on the subject. The evidence to support stems from shear logistical thinking and problem solving. The oneness theory is subject to change, not in logic but in ethical expression. The theory which I, Kevin Rems, the discoverer came from my own inspiration through my fascination of life in all forms. Please share this at your own will, I do not wish to cause any harm in the distribution of this information only to share a story that I have created that maybe the logical answer to life.


The Universe cannot be created or destroyed because of the idea of nothing into something or zero into one. Something cannot be created from nothing so one must assume that the something has been here forever. This something can be theorized down to a single perfect particle that is creating all matter. The second undeniable fact is the idea of zero motion or no motion into motion, which would conclude motion, has been here forever as well. The third and final conclusion is the idea of zero space created into space. Using those three facts I have come to the understanding that the universe cannot be created and everything both past and future has already happened.


The universe can be theorized down to perfect particle that is creating all matter. A possible description of this perfect particle is a three-dimensional grid full of cubes. The cube grid must be perfect because if it wasn’t perfect, for example, a gap would be formed between the particles. A particle gap is not possible as well as the universe having any ending, in the sense of infinite expansion. The idea of a limited universe can be argued back to the idea of nothing into something and how there is space for the particle to move in, so why can’t it be infinite? The universe can never end or freeze for example, if you take 50 percent of all matter and 50 percent of all motion and space then collide them together equally that would freeze the universe which would contradict the idea of motion being here forever. It is in a sense the same idea for space; space is unlimited in all directions.


These facts conclude that the universe is perfect because if it wasn’t perfect it wouldn’t work. Another idea of perfection is the possibility of the particles being at one with each other, which means the same particle touches itself throughout space but does not touch at the same time. In essence the particles could exchange motion which would change the direction of the particles through space but not touch enough to break the other particles. In short, the particle in motion is at one with itself and the universe as a whole.


Another idea which was inspired by the vast amount space and motion is what I describe as the infinite infinity. This idea states because the universe cannot be created or destroyed everything has all already happened and can never in a sense stop enlarging from a certain perspective. The idea of the infinity comes from space that has to be there in order to fit the particle in motion. This idea of space exists to a certain extent and doesn’t because if it did that would conclude an imperfection in the universe which contradicts zero into one. Space is and always will be filled with the single particle. A perfect universe would conclude the existence of one story being told in the universe all together, or what I call the infinite infinity. The one story being told could be sub categorized as parallel universes. These parallel universes are all happening at the same time, an infinite amount of times, and in unlimited locations because it has the motion and space to do so.


The oneness in the oneness theory comes from the idea of there only being one soul in creation which travels through time similar to the idea of the particle. It’s a very simple concept which stems from my studies in Artificial Intelligence. What makes something truly alive or what is life exactly? Life today is generally defined as a creature with intelligence that can procreate till death. I’m here to break boundaries and push the idea of the true definition of what can be accepted as living. Life in my theory is what is considered a perimeter, by motion, which is filled in by the particles in motion much like a container. To redefine in a larger perspective we are all inside an intelligences imagination from a different time, or possibly multiple minds. To ease the confusion and tension of the theory here is an example. I can program a similar scenario on a computer which an Artificial Intelligence lives in. This AI would be programmed to believe it’s in a world similar to earth. He would be bounded by earth like rules and would even have to eat, build shelter, and procreate to survive. This AI would believe so firmly that he is in this world and would in a sense even die if he was so programmed to. Another example, using the theory of evolution, would be the idea of if there was a beginning of the universe. If there was a beginning a life form would evolve through time. If that life form has the most amounts of power it would start to take over all other life forms and possibly all matter in the universe becoming the only one. The idea is that through time this one soul is shrinking and expanding in size, thus giving the illusion of death. Death is nothing but the changing of the size of the container and the amount that is contained. In simpler terms we are just forgetting large amounts of information at points of death and are reformed to fit the universe’s pattern. This belief also comes from the idea of there only being one universe. Why would there be only one universe and why is that possible? To come to the conclusion of there being only one soul take the universe and split it into half again but this time make both halves moving infinite and never colliding into one another in one direction. The problem is the two universes would still have to be touching because the idea of no space between the particles. This concludes the idea of one container by motion holding both halves.


The oneness theory was created to best define the laws of the universe, why things happen, and most importantly spread the idea of perfect balance. These inspirations were collected by years of contemplating and formulating logical similarities through what I could perceive as possibilities for the universe. The ending conclusion to the story is an understanding that the universe is not totally frozen, the universe is here, and there is a reason the particles flow to create intelligence. It is quite beautiful knowing that everything isn’t moving only in one direction forever not creating things like experience, knowledge, and power. It’s important to experience life and understand the sheer luck we all have for even being here in the first place.

Categories: CONFESSIONS, RELIGION, SCIENCE

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Reply Corey
5:54 PM on January 31, 2018 
That's deep!