Indeterminacy of the unknown

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Articles about time
  • Time does not truly exist
  • Tree shaped time (the non-linearity of time)
  • Indeterminacy of the unknown

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Similarly to the Heisenberg's Uncertainty principle in quantum mechanics, our world is of a very dynamic nature. Since consciousness is the most fundamental manifestation of the universal absolute while matter is less fundamental, every unknown aspect of reality is not only unknown but fundamentally undetermined just like the future. For instance: if you don't know what's on the other side of a door, every possibility exist beyond it until you open it, and what's beyond it could be different for the central beings of other people (as central beings in their parallel universes). As long as something is undetermined, its nature is an array of superimposed possible realities. The same is true for past and future. There is not one future, but many, and there is not one past but many as futures and pasts are extrapolations made from the present.

See: tree shaped time

See: quantum physics

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