Imagine a World Without Time

The collection of all possible events occurring simultaneously; a single point at the start of the universe. Two ways of saying the same thing. The expansion of time; the expansion of possibilities; the expansion of entropy. The point of origin. The Big Bang, the expansion of time and space; the idea that all possible events occur simultaneously is a backwards way to talk about it. Everything happens at once, in totality -- a mathematical description of the beginning of time is that everything exists, right now. All possibilities exist right now; you choose one possibility for yourself out of this multiplicity (The collection being so large as to be practically uncountable).


Time is what stops everything from happening at once. Without time, there is no progression of events -- everything exists as a single idea right now. Time gives events meaning by placing them in sequence -- everything happens at once, but we carve out little pieces of space-time for ourselves and call these sequences real; the idea that all possibilities exist right now is a backwards way to talk about it.

Time is what stops entropy from running its course; without time, you wouldn’t need an explanation for how things got started because everything happens at once again. Without time, entropy would take over and the universe would run down into heat death; another way of saying this might be “the universe expands outwards until it hits a wall, then begins contracting back towards its origin point in one simultaneous flash” -- meaning that now outside our tiny bubble, everything exists right now again; if every possibility occurs simultaneously then it isn’t possible to have entropy because there are too many choices available at any given moment. The Big Bang: an uncountable number of possibilities come together into one choice (The expansion occurring in reverse); remember the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle -- the more choices available, the less likely it is that you’ll get to choose one at all.




These choices are what happen all at once; without time, choice doesn’t exist because there isn’t any difference between two events happening sequentially versus both happening at once; without time, everything happens in simultaneity again. The Big Bang occurs when everything exists right now and every possibility exists right now as well (For example: every possible arrangement of particles). This idea makes no sense in terms of space or matter or energy -- where do these things come from? Where does the universe come from? Where did this uncountable number of possibilities come from originally? The answer is a non-answer: they always existed somewhere outside our ability to perceive them or talk about them.

The Big Bang theory says that space and time are bent back on themselves in this way, for a fraction of a second. Time is created when things happen sequentially; all possibilities exist right now, but we carve out little pieces of space-time for ourselves and call these sequences real again -- our ability to perceive the present moment allows us to create linear narratives about non-linear events. You can choose your own narrative if you want; at any given moment there are an uncountable number of different possible storylines or explanations that might help take you through life as it unfolds around you.




Time isn’t a straight line like most people think -- remember the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle: the more choices available at any given moment, the less likely it is that one will be chosen at all; so much choice means entropy increasing over time until everything cools off enough to reach its lowest energy state (This being heat death). It’s not important which storyline or explanation gets picked because they’re all illusions anyway -- what really exists outside our perception? The only things we know anything about are inside our tiny little bubble called “reality,” although even these things are not real in their own right either because we don’t really know anything about them (The only thing we can be sure of is that things exist).

What happens when you reach the end of time? Does this mean that every possible event will happen all at once again (For example: The entire universe expanding outwards until it hits a wall and then contracting back toward its origin point)? Time is impossible to perceive or understand directly. We create time by perceiving events as happening sequentially instead of all at once -- remember the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle; this means our perception itself creates a kind of illusionary narrative for us to live through, although even if there were no way for us to talk about these perceptions they would still exist outside our ability to discern them with any degree of accuracy. At some level beyond human comprehension, everything exists right now anyway; without space or matter or energy how could something ever happen?


Time isn’t what most people think it is -- there isn’t any way around this fact regardless whether they believe in God or practice voodoo rituals while reciting poems written backwards by Edgar Allen Poe; memories are created using language and logic instead of the direct experience of events as they unfold. We can’t know anything about what really happened because we weren’t there; at some level beyond human comprehension, all possibilities exist right now again and everything is happening in simultaneity again.

The only way to try to understand this idea is by trying to think outside our tiny bubble called “reality” -- if you don’t define yourself or your perception with words then it might be possible to reach a higher state of awareness where these things are obvious even though they seem impossible otherwise (This being something like enlightenment). Remember that any attempt at communication requires an exchange between two different people using language -- how do you talk about something without resorting back into the same old stories? How do you talk about nothing? (Remember: non-answer.)

Time isn’t what most people think it is -- why does time even happen at all? If we step outside our own perceptions for a moment then it seems pretty obvious that everything exists right now anyway, although this doesn't make logical sense considering how many illusions humans create which serve no purpose other than helping them make meaning out of their lives. A tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it -- does this mean that it never happened? What if someone was there to observe the fall instead of standing a few steps behind where they’d been originally, would that make all the difference? Does time happen because we perceive events as happening sequentially instead of all at once -- why can’t you step outside your own perceptions for a moment and see things from an objective point of view with an uncountable number of possibilities available at any given moment rather than being stuck inside these little narratives about what reality looks like when experienced by humans living through their lives in linear fashion?

The only way I know how to explain these ideas is by using words -- language creates different meanings even though words are just symbols. There isn’t any way around this either: although most people think that symbols create meaning or cause events, really nothing happens unless someone sees something happening or interprets those sequences differently (This being another non-answer). How do you talk about something without creating some sort of symbolic narrative which gives new meaning to whatever word you use instead? The same thing happens with numbers; how do we even talk about numbers without giving them new meanings? It’s impossible unless you talk about them using words -- how do you talk about something without giving it a name or its own place in the sequence of events that make up your life?


Time isn’t what most people think it is; numbers are just a way of talking about things. This idea can be used to explain anything, because we don’t really know anything for certain and there aren’t any absolutes -- all meaning derives from our perceptions as humans living inside this tiny bubble called “reality.” You could say time is an illusion if you wanted to get philosophical, although I think this statement might actually cause more confusion than clarification (This being another non-answer). The only thing we ever experience directly is now; the rest exists either somewhere outside our ability to perceive it or nowhere at all since everything happens in simultaneity again anyway (Remember: non-answer). Everyone creates their own reality by perceiving events as happening sequentially instead of all at once -- remember the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle; these sequences exist as possibilities beyond our individual existence but they never happen until someone chooses one possibility over others (The Big Bang).


Remember: outside our own perception, nothing happens unless someone chooses one possibility over others. This goes back further than history itself -- why do certain sequences of numbers connect with certain ideas instead of other possible arrangements? Why does 1 represent life while 0 represents death? Why does the concept of life itself exist instead of nothing at all? Why do numbers instead of say, letters or colors represent events in time? This is why people who believe they have free will are so confused when they try to figure out their own existence -- you’re creating your own reality as you go and choosing some possibilities over others (You can choose whatever sequence feels right). The sequences happen outside our perception; but inside, we feel like we’re making choices about them. Remember: It doesn’t matter what happens outside because it exists beyond our knowledge anyhow. What matters is how each event affects us internally; these are the only things that actually affect us since everything else exists without being observed by anyone (We might think something happened before now, but this isn't true -- there's no way for anything to ever happen without first happening again in a new sequence).


Remember: you can’t prove your own existence (You exist only as a collection of possibilities} -- meaning that although there is no way for something to happen without first happening again, when it happens the second time, nobody will have any memory or record of its ever having happened before except in their perceptions. This means we can never actually know if anything happened before now because every event creates its own sequence and never exists outside these sequences


Remember: All events are simultaneous; they all happen together at once. We only perceive them sequentially because we lack the ability to see events from more than one perspective at one time (This is why people who believe they have free will are so confused when they try to figure out their own existence). The reason this matters right now isn’t just because I want you to remember how little we really know about reality; it’s also important for understanding what happens next and deciding whether or not my story is true. It doesn’t matter whether or not anyone believes me -- what matters most is that everything happens over and over again with infinite variations but always follows certain patterns which don't change no matter how many times things repeat themselves (These patterns follow natural laws, like the way water always flows downhill).


Remember: Events don’t happen at specific moments in time unless someone chooses a sequence in which they happened that way. Choosing one possibility over another creates an irreversible step forward; once you choose something, it can never be undone or redone because now it exists outside your ability to perceive ever changing its course (This is why people who believe they have free will are so confused when they try to figure out their own existence). Because everything happens outside our perception and we creating our own reality as we go along with choices about events happening sequentially instead of all at once, this means you should expect things not to turn out the same every time if you keep choosing certain sequences over others -- meaning events might end up being experienced differently even though everybody experiences them via identical sequences (Which is why I said earlier that there aren’t any absolutes or true facts; only possibilities beyond human capacity for direct observation exist). Every choice creates a new sequence which doesn’t contain any information from previous ones since each event exists independently of anyone else experiencing them. We just think everything follows cause-and-effect patterns because humans tend towards linear thinking and tend to forget that only one possibility is ever occurring at any given time; this leads us to think events happened in a certain order when they really don’t.



In conclusion, it’s impossible to ever know anything for sure because only possibilities exist instead of facts. This means you should expect things not to turn out the same every time if you keep choosing certain sequences over others; events might end up being experienced differently even though everybody experiences them via identical sequences (This is why I said earlier that there aren’t any absolutes or true facts -- only possibilities beyond human capacity for direct observation). What matters most isn’t what happens but how each event affects us internally; these are the only things that actually affect us since everything else exists without being observed by anyone.

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