by Galvin Roy Fox

How I Deduced That The Universe Is Pi-Dimensional

Its a question of definition, I have tried to explain this to people before, but their minds reject it, unless they can keep their minds in the subjective state. Very few people understand it, and those who do find no practical use for it, but it explains literally everything.

By observing the law of causation you can deduce that the universe is the effect of whatever caused it to happen, and so to exist. That which exists is defined by its` existence, no matter what it is. The universe is the existence of something and therefore the definition of something.

To question what caused time itself to begin is to imply that there is a linear basis on which the effect (time) follows the cause, this linear basis in the context of such a ridiculous question is a secondary time-continuum, a continuum in which the continuum (time) began, so the question opens up the same question relating to the secondary continuum; what caused it? The problem with this question is that it is hypothetical to imply that time is an effect. The only non-hypothetical way to question the cause of the universes` existence is to not assume that it is an effect, but rather the absence of an effect, due to the absence of any cause! At the beginning of time there was nothing. No cause means there is no effect. Nothing exists still.

Nothing exists, how is this possible?

It does not, so the possibility remains!

(The number of possibilities equals one.)

That which is nothing by definition cannot possibly exist because it is nothing, but the possibility of its` existence can exist on its own because that is something else (a possibility), in which case the existence of nothing would remain a mere possibility rather than an actuality. The cause leads to the effect, the absence of anything leads to the possibility of nothing, and so in turn leads to the complexity that is the universe, a definition of something, which is in this case is the mere possibility of the existence of nothing, a very complex thing indeed.

The complexity of the possibility of the existence of nothing is the fact that it is non-existent by definition, yet its` existence is what defines it, so the definition of how its` existence is possible can have no absolute definition yet is absolutely real, which can only mean that its` definition is continuous, as in the existence of a continuum; the universe.

How can the universe be the possibility of the existence of nothing?

It is a possibility, but as it continues to expand and evolve, the definition of what it is the possibility of grows ever more complex, and so no absolute definition has been reached yet!

(That which is nothing has no absolute definition because it is nothing.)

The universe is like a computer virus that not only inhabits the computer but also manifests it, the computer in this case being space, the space we occupy, the space around us, outer space, all the space that began to exist at the beginning of time and that has been formed ever since time began. Space is the possibility that something is there when it is not, an experience, an observation, of an absence, nothing.

How do we know what we know?


(Observation eliminates all but one possibility.)

If a tree falls in the forest when there is no one around to hear it, does it make a sound?


(It makes the sound a possibility.)

How long is a piece of string?

As long as possible!

(The length of a piece of string is defined by its` existence which is a possibility.)

If before time there was nothing then how did the universe begin?

As a possibility!

(That which is nothing by definition cannot possibly exist,

But it has no absolute definition,

Because it is nothing,

So its` existence is not absolutely impossible.)

If so, how does the number of possibilities equate to one?

The possibility of the existence of nothing excludes that which would otherwise exist. It is something that is centred on the absence of anything. It is from that absence that the possibility stems, so one thing is for certain; whatever number of ways or directions it stems in, the extent to which it stems is always the same, the number of possibilities is one. So without being hypothetical we can conclude that whatever its` dimension its` finite and round. Its` dimension is defined by its` existence. But being the possibility of the existence of nothing, it cannot have any absolute definition, because the existence of nothing is not absolutely possible. So being round and finite, having quantity equal to one, the only aspect of it that is not absolutely certain is its` dimension. It cannot have less than one dimension, so since its` dimension cannot be absolute it must have more than one dimension and the total number of dimensions must be finite. Otherwise such definition would be merely hypothetical. The only aspect of its` existence that could possibly give such definition to its` dimension, in that it is defined by its` existence, continuously, is the ratio of its` circumference to its` diameter. Being of dimension greater than one, round, and finite Pi is an aspect of its` existence. The only possibility is that its` Pi-dimensional.

To prove this is to put the above question into a mathematical context and then solve the problem of definition mathematically, demonstrating that the definition is continuous in the process of analysis:

Where nothing exists (as is possible due to the absence of anything) there is no quantity of any kind, not even empty space, so there are no dimensions. To say that the quantity is zero would be to assume there is a dimension in which the definition of such a number exists, that would be hypothetical, to avoid being hypothetical is to take into account the fact that the number of dimensions is also zero, so in other words the quantity (zero) is specifically zero-dimensional. So to put literally nothing into a mathematical context without being hypothetical in any way is to describe it as zero to the power of zero.

Now to derive the number of possibilities in the case of the existence of nothing (absence of anything) is to analyse nothing mathematically in terms of being the number of possibilities. Knowing from observation that the number of possibilities is one, you need only find how zero to the power of zero equates to it, without being hypothetical, in order to prove that the complexity is real. For example, if nothing exists then the number of possibilities is zero but that is not counting the possibility of the existence of nothing, which is one possibility. The truth is that it is neither one nor zero because it is not absolute in dimension. The dimension of it, in terms of possibilities, is the only real clue to defining how it equates to one and thus proving that the universe is Pi-dimensional.

The only certainty is that in order to count the number of possibilities you need a dimension to count in, so that the resultant number is then raised to the power of one, but given that the number of dimensions is zero, you will end up not getting anywhere at all, unless, you count in a number of dimensions equal to Pi, which would take forever to define, and in the process of definition the number of possibilities would remain as one to the power of Pi, so since Pi is finite, the rule that one to the power of any number would, without being hypothetical, apply! Applying this rule then proves that the number of possibilities is one.

Nothing to the power of nothing equals, open brackets, one times nothing to the power of nothing, close brackets, equals, open brackets, one times, open brackets, one times, open brackets, one times, open brackets, one to the power of 0.14159265.....................etcetera, equals one to the power of Pi, equals one!

0^0 = (1*0^0)= (1*(1*(1*(1^0.14159265...etc. =1^Pi=1!

Where dimension = circumference / diameter.

This equation works by eliminating the term "0^0" from the right hand side, but what is interesting about it is that you could put any number in the place of "0^0" and the answer would be the same. There is nothing hypothetical about it since the fact remains that pi has no absolute definition. The reason why any number can replace "0^0" is because this equation counts only the number of possibilities in the case of the existence of nothing (0^0) or whatever exists in its` place, the number of possibilities is always one; the existence of the universe. It is the only possibility nothing else is possible. The universe described by the equation is an increasingly absolute pi-dimensional continuum. When I say that pi has no absolute definition I mean that even if you drew a perfect circle and pointed out the lines of the circumference and diameter and explained that it is the ratio between them there would still be the problem of gaining an accurate reading or measurement from it. This is of key significance to my theory; the accuracy would depend directly on the size of the circle, an increasingly accurate definition of pi would require an ever-expanding circle, or where the shape is described only as round, and the dimension is pi you would see a rather complex and indeed chaotic model evolving, it is the universe, as defined by its existence, clearly it is a mathematical phenomenon (rather than a physical one). If the universe was a physical phenomenon the question of how it became physically real would forever remain, unless physical reality as we know it is purely a mathematical phenomenon, it would appear that the laws of physics are but a set of mathematical rules, that have no absolute definition as per unified field theory, I wonder why, perhaps its because they have not been decided yet. It is us who decide what is possible and what is not, we are the acting force in the universe, and anybody can see that! Consciousness is just the tip of the iceberg. Like I said; it explains everything.

The universe is Pi-dimensional like a 4-D map drawn on a 3-D canvas, the contours of the land are the gravitational lenses around massive objects, and the height above sea level is mass.

What causes gravity is the curvature of space (average curvature = zero), around objects that have mass, and the reason why space is curved around objects that have mass is because such objects exist in more than three dimensions, in other words 3-D space has to move aside to make room for the extra dimensions since only three dimensions can fit at 90-degree angles to each other. Normal movement in three dimensions becomes more in the direction of the centre of gravity due to the curvature of space.

Time is not a dimension, it is a continuum, and the continuum is Pi-dimensional. The motion of a clock does not indicate one dimension, it moves in three whole dimensions and one fractional dimension, a Pi-dimensional space.

The reason why time slows down as you approach the velocity of light is because you are made of light moving in a number of dimensions equal to Pi at constant speed bending space causing gravitational lenses that keep it on course and give the illusion of solidarity in the three dimensions we perceive as space, so when we move through 3-D space as solid objects we are in fact borrowing momentum from the other axis, changing the direction of the light in the total number of dimensions steering it toward a more 3-D type of movement. This results in less work being done to maintain momentum within the solid structure moving through 3-D space, such as to age that structure, so in time it slows down effectively, while time itself is unaffected.

Now you have seen my picture of a Pi-dimensional universe, let me show you some by other people: -

Big bang theorists speculate that for some unknown reason space began existing inside a sphere created by an explosion at the very beginning of time which then became the 4th whole axis of space that we can only move forward in for some unknown reason despite being able to move freely in the other three whole axis, and the fact that the maximum number of whole dimensions that you can possibly fit together at 90 degree angles to each other is three. The 4th axis, in which case, does not really count as a whole dimension since it is strictly one way and uniform rate varying slightly, I guess that puts the dimension somewhere between 3 and 4, but closer to three.

Chaos theorists speculate that whether or not the universe has really begun depends on the scale you look at it on, close up it seems to be expanding, but if you look at it from a very vast distance you will see it is just a tiny spec so tiny and insignificant, even if it were expanding at the speed of light in every direction, it would never really get any bigger. They also speculate that things that appear to be chaotic and random actually have some kind of underlying order, since patterns repeat on different scales, that kind of thing and they think that it has something to do with fractional dimensionality. Maybe the universe is of fractional dimension, and only appears to have begun because of our scale, when in reality the fraction has no absolute definition, and so no such thing can ever be ruled out from existence since not even its existence can absolutely define what is being ruled out; nothing.

String theorists speculate that the universe behaves differently on different scales because it is made of strands on energy that vibrate in not three, not four, not ten, but eleven different dimensions that come in a number of different varieties. First there is time (the continuum), which is not really a dimension, but they count it as one anyway, then there is the three big straightened out dimensions we call space, then there are six tiny curled up dimensions, then another of type not specified. I would like to be the first to point out that the total number of dimensions here is actually clearly heading towards pi; the six tiny curled up dimensions are noticeably quite the opposite of the three big straightened out dimensions, in that they are definitely what I would call inverted dimensions, so not counting time as a dimension since time is the continuum we are describing the dimension of in the first place, before we get as far as the eleventh dimension, let's just add up the running total: -

3 whole dimensions of space, that's 3, plus

6 inverted dimensions of quantum space, that's 6^-1, (six to the power of minus one)

Equals 3.166666666667, that's three and one sixth.

3 + 6^-1 = 3&1/6

Now let's take into account the eleventh dimension, which can't be whole since only three whole dimensions can possibly fit together at 90 degree angles and we've counted them already, it can't be inverted for similar reasons, so it can only be inversely inverted: -

3 + (6 + (1)^-1)^-1 = 3 + (6 + 1)^-1 = 3&1/7 = 3.142857

This is closer to Pi; maybe there are more dimensions yet to be discovered by idiots who are dangerously thick.

Galvin Roy Fox

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