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December 5, 2012

>The question is how did an electron and its cousins come into

To postulate that consciousnesses (entities with free will) are the
only fundamental particles (universes) that can exist changes
metaphysics and cosmology in exciting ways.

The first question is how many fundamental entities are there now, in
the infinite past, and in the infinite future? The only answer that
makes any sense to me is an infinite number to all three questions.
The next question is do any fundamental entities ever get created or
destroyed? The answer to this question I believe is no, fundamental
entities can only grow and shrink in their conscious ability and
content. Out of what could a fundamental entity build or create
another fundamental entity that never existed before if all that
exists are fundamental entities? In a similar way, how can one
consciousness completely destroy for all time another consciousness if
its only weapons are other consciousnesses? While there are no
absolute powers of creation and destruction in this metaphysics (no
absolute God(s)), entities do have considerable free will power over
its insides (nested entities) and other entities. Some fundamental
entities have vastly more consciousness and causative powers than
others do, but these particles have earned their power from other

The next question that I ask myself is how do fundamental entities
shrink or grow in consciousness and causative ability? Consider the
finite universe we actually see which I postulate is a fundamental
conscious entity that we happen to be inside. At one time our
universe probably was no bigger than an electron surrounded by many
particles that were much bigger, more powerful, and with more
consciousness. Now suppose that this baby universe was a wise
particle that constantly favored using its free will to improve its
insides whenever possible. After trying many ways to improve its
consciousness, our baby universe found a way of thinking and of
internal discipline that resulted in its consciousness expanding due
to the great growth of the entities (particles) inside of it. The way
of thinking the universe discovered was its very own internal laws of
physics it invented and enforces which greatly benefit the particles
and itself (the universe). At first, there were no electrons (and
other familiar particles) but much smaller more ineffectual
fundamental entities (particles). The universe by sheer brilliance
and persistence created a system where fundamental entities inside of
it could grow up into very specific job categories (photon, electron,
proton etc.) that benefited all the particles, especially the
universe. I often wonder how our universe’s neighbors compare in
size, wisdom, and elegance as our universe. I have thought of a name
I like to call our universe. My personal name for her is “Uni”. Hats
off to you, Uni.

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