StyleCoin wrote: FancyMancy wrote:
I didn't meant first question to be moody. I meant it as if you can think your own thoughts, then you can do your own things. It's not any jew cult in which you have to follow and obey the dirty death-and-destruction leader. You could go out and do things.
Sorry, I thought you answered in anger, I just wondered if it was possible to colonize a planet, but it is a pity that this universe is infested with reptiles.
Yeah, we can't hear tonation and pronunciation in text. Sorry. I realised how I replied too late.
I think someone suggested that 2/3 of the Universe is reptilian scum; although, I might have made that up myself. For so many months I have thought about that, regarding colonising planets and fighting enemies, so I am sure someone else said it. Given enough time, we would be able to clean up the cesspit which the enemy has made of things.
This next bit is going a bit away from the point of colonising planets and space and conquering enemy things, but considering some of it, colonising other parts and areas, and getting rid of the enemy, could still happen.
Regarding the edge of the Universe being the edge of consciousness* - perhaps "multiverse" might be real. We, here, have consciences*, and they merge together in many different and various ways, and thinking about, and drawing attention to, things outside of the Universe, beyond it, would increase the Universe, as said already by Length -
Eric13 wrote:Maxine mentioned the universe being triangle shaped. And beyond it was the end of consciousness.
of course, if the universe is as conciousness as energy, then if there could be an outside, there would be..... there isnt a word to describe as the making of the word, the description of the outside, would bring it back to our conscious terms. the edge is jewish bullshit.
The Universe occupies Space (as opposed to the space, with a lowercase S, being inside the Universe, between stars and planets, etc.), so there could be other consciences in another universes (with a lowercase U), and eventually (and perhaps for some of the universes, already) they would (or have) merge(d). Reptillians look like reptilians; considering that game on a website, which was mentioned and shared before with how things happen and change, etc. - when you click on the dots and increase or decrease dots - maybe consciences caused other things in other universes to be very different, with (if you'll excuse the silliness) brains on the outside with flesh, blood and skull inside the brain... but hey - you never know!
*I am suspecting that "conscience" here might mean something else, rather than simply my thinking about the beyonds of the Universe and beings being there who also have consciences; the Universe/vibrational Aether field, has, or is, consciousness; "nothing" can't be outside of the Universe because nothing is still something, so then the
Universe (if there is no "multiverse") is infinite in all directions... Nothing is still something. Think of nothing - you're still thinking about something which is drawing attention to, bringing energy to it/to something...
FancyMancy wrote:P.S. I've been stating that the Universe is infinite, so maybe I stand corrected. I had read that the Universe is triangular, but not that the edge of it is the edge of consciousness. Presumably, this consciousness is that which I think HP Mage has mentioned about being the Aether/Universe consciousness. Is this edge untraversable?
If someone was in a coma or in stasis or a very deep trance, and they were carted off to past the edge of the Universe, in such a way that those who sent them had mastered control of their own thoughts so that they didn't think about anything 'beyond' (said in the voice of Professor Trelawney from Harry Potter), and also after this patient/guinea pig had passed, the senders didn't think about them, and the on-board computer woke the person up a bit (perhaps saying "some time" here would not make sense) after they passed, then...what? I realise this is starting to sound rather silly, but...? It also reminds me of an episode of Star Trek TNG where Doctor Crusher disappears into another dimension and is living in her own universe which is not much bigger than the ship, and her thoughts are causing things (bad and dramatic things, of course) to happen.