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Reply Tue 31 Dec, 2013 02:23 pm
Does infinity end when it out distances any reference point. For example, can there be another universe, when the distance between two is further than perception will ever allow?
 
Oversoul
 
Reply Sun 5 Jan, 2014 12:13 am
Infinity ends at the reference point. Or, if you have infinity, there is no reference point.
 
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Reply Sun 5 Jan, 2014 12:15 am
@Oversoul,
Perhaps, to view "another universe" is to have a different form of perception?
 
Oversoul
 
Reply Sun 5 Jan, 2014 12:26 am
@Oversoul,
Jack of Hearts,

Are you familiar with Emerson's call for a "Pure-Transcendentalist" - Nietzsche's call for an Ubermensch (Superman)? These men called for a person to emanate in the future and they worked to orchestrate this emanation by providing to fate a set of objects for one pure heart, hero like person (youth) to read their inherent secreted message and to grow (intellectually) to a Superman, one who would be willing to teach a ailing world a very special message of enlightenment and happiness. A very complicated simplicity. Ask "Oskar" the oxymoron kid. There is something very large happening today and it is very difficult to get to the people...very difficult. Contact me privately...

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Reply Fri 10 Jan, 2014 06:29 pm
@Jack of Hearts,
You can't get further out than all the way.
 
 

 
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