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← Afterword from Lawrence Krauss' New Book - A Universe From Nothing

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Unnatural numbers indeed. Does she start from the n/one and count forward to an unknown horizon? How can you determine a slice without perceiving the cake? Look to the cyclical mirrored room of the world we inhabit for clues. Rather, she starts from the n/one and counts inward. Reality is fractional. Nature divides from the whole. The largest number is a circle with the expressed whole carving itself up creating increasing complexity until the energy runs out to create further space-time and we start again. Does it make sense that this time is singularly unique? Infinitely regressively illogical.

Sat, 31 Dec 2011 15:33:42 UTC | #904055