Last updated on: 08th December 2018
The geometry of the universe can be imagined as a crumpled paper that also has holes. This descriptive model is only for illustration, since a crumpled paper exists again in a four-dimensional-space-time structure, but the universe is not again in a four-dimensional-space-time structure. It lies in a transcendental realm.
The holes in the crumpled paper are supposed to represent the black holes, the crumpling represents the curvature of space described by the general theory of relativity (GTR) - caused by masses. However, the question of what is outside the universe can never be described, since the power of mathematics (see Gödel's Incompleteness Theorem) fails here. Away from the universe there is neither space nor time, but also not the emptiness. It is not ascertainable (to the human mind), but perhaps comprehensible - this is not a contradiction. God is, if I do not take form i.e. incarnation or manifestation, not ascertainable, but still comprehensible.
Figure 1: The philosophy of Shiva Linga
In Hinduism, this is called Gnanam (ஞானம்) - can be translated with wisdom. The goal of asceticism, actually a special form of asceticism, is mainly to obtain this knowledge (ஞானம்), which (goes beyond or) stands beyond the knowledge of the worldly. These were the tasks of the Rishis.
Also, within the universe there is much that is and always will be away from physics. This is what I describe in my article coexistence on GG-Art18.
The data from my article "4MA74 → Important Data", which comes from my visions and indirectly depicts the truth about physics, are consistent and offer a unique solution used correctly in an system of linear equation, so that much in the science can be added and or corrected.
- Category: Wissen
- Published: Monday, 15 May 2017 17:17
- Written by Anandakumar Sujanthan