A new post in the temporal diaspora
from the psy-fi mind of Daudi e Cinza
Its okay to skip this preface, and refer back, If you get lost.
Finite infinity can be described as the endless singularity of a point so small that it only exists as a location in our imagination when we try to find an absolute point.
Like the line that makes up the corner of an actual box. That line ends where the next wall intersects. but the actual line that the corner material took up a section of goes on for ever.
Our imagination is real. And the point is a real location in the universe.
Our bodies are too 'big' to find it but our minds are not.
That is because our minds are dimensions of another universe overlaid in a cross section with the third and fourth dimension that we live in.
Because our minds are not three dimensional in that sense they are more like the point. Yet our minds are real. And so the point must be real as well.
The philosopher John Ritz spent some time practicing various Brazilian arts.
While swimming the length of a pool in a community center he hit his head and had to rest in the hot tub. He had spent most of his days sitting in front of a two dimensional screen at work.
Upon relaxing into the jets of the tub he had an epiphany.
He says that malendrade (the wisdom and collective philosophy of manipulating things) [malendrade or malendragem] is exponentially the seventh dimension.
I figure this is how he came to that realization.
1. Nothing is used to make an absolute, or a spot that has no width, length or depth.I note here that this absolute location may have time. But that isn't a necessary process to carry us to the conclusion of what I think his point was.
2.That point in conjunction with googleplex upon googleplex of other absolute (fixed) locations make up a line. This line's other two dimensions do not exist out of conjunction with other singular line universities. This line uses the point as a building block of its reality.
Recap: Nothing is manipulated by location. The locations are manipulated or used by the line.
3. That line is used or manipulated by the plane to make up its area.
Question here: does that plane go on forever because it has no edge. This question is necessary to reach the Mr. Ritz epiphany. Also is a line or a plane the second dimension, or are they exponentially both the second dimension. And exponent that quickly square roots back on its selves in the next? What do you think?