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Burden of Time
Broken Time : A Prelude to Music
The inquiry begins here for me, which may or may not be related to the article (which has been omitted),
and everything else. So, this would be time that relates specifically to the macrocosm, or, universe.
Is it broken? Well, I would say it is infinitely fragmented. It starts and stops, ergo the fragments. I believe
there is an eternity of finite linear time segments that are forever perpetuated without beginning or end.
An infinity of universes that are a function of the acausal.
So, the broken, or, fragmenting of time, occurs when the universe is regressed to a point just prior to the
aethereal expansion which marks the beginning of space and time. With space and time removed from this
context what you end up with is a static eternal (frozen) state of nothingness. Now you are in the realm of
the acausal with laws which are akin to the quantum realm which seems reasonable since the universe has
now been reduced to a zero volume, or zero-point-parameter, i.e., a godseed.
And this is reminiscent of a universal pendulum effect where every swing of the pendulum is representative
of a finite universal linear time segment. The segments themselves are finite, but the process itself is
eternal. The pendulum never began this motion; therefore, it will never end - the definition of eternity.
Thus, time is broken in a macrocosmic sense as it does not exist as a whole and complete cosmological
constant where it may be regressed indefinitely, but as an infinite set of finite linear fragments which are
forever perpetuated as a function of the acausal
Last edited by CCoburn; 12-10-2022 at 03:23 AM.