Concerning the big bang, time itself and its beginning.
Why did it take an infinite amount of time to begin considering there was absolute nothing?
This conception is poorly phrased since we assert it with the assumption that time had a beginning. Why is there no end of how small or big things are the universe? The atom for example is made out of particles, what are those particles made of?
If the universe has an end, what is beyond it?
These particles we are most likely referring to are composed of sub-particles. The composition of these sub particles is still a mystery until they are discovered and so on.
If you believe that life is completely random —How could this be?
It would be like placing an infinite amount of car parts, that can make an infinite amount of cars in an infinite amount of space.
In that space there would be a storm hard enough to lift those parts and send them around for an infinite amount of time. It could somehow assemble some parts yes, but it would most likely never build a whole car in a specific given point. Take the complexity of the human eye into consideration while holding this thought.
Life could seem as completely random through a human perspective because of the innumerable amount of things interacting with each other at any given point in time, which lead to "relatively" improbable results.
Science is used to explain what we can prove and what we believe works. However, there's one thing (paradoxically) which prevents us from being able to understand everything and that is the understanding of nothingness.
You can't really think of 'nothing' as you have never seen it nor felt it and 'nothingness' is neither a real experience. Moreover, even during mindfulness meditation or even during sleep, such state of 'emptiness' is never realistically attained. The nothingness before the big bang results somewhat incomprehensible maybe even difficult to grasp through a human perspective since our mind while active cannot really think in "nothing" in its unifying entirety.
Math has a symbol for nothing 0, for example. There is a word for "it" not used correctly "singularity".
However, Is the singularity unitary? Is it Binary? Is it directly or inversely related upon the relationship and the existence light and void itself? Is it conditional? Is situational?
It is of no real (practical/mathematical) consequence since a real quantum decoherence between any given factors is hardly(if ever) absolute. If you think of this you will understand why the concept of god exists; to try to fill the void on minds and what they don't understand while their movement towards what some people call trans-humanity.
Since is philosophically impossible to prove that something does not exist. Philosophy help us question the nature of reality where we could understand free will as an illusion where every action is a reflection of a determined mindset. That is to say, a 'reflection' on a range of past experiences, memories and laws of nature manifested in a determined point in time. Mathematics typically work because they prove that which cannot be, by outlining the constraints. (the degrees of freedom) where everything very well could exist but you cannot prove that it is not an illusion which invariably returns to it's precedent position 'is'.
Existence (energy) is something that must be able to be felt and perceived. Be this keyboard I'm typing, these letters or the software I am using to shape the energy in order to deliver the message whether it be an illusion or not, it still IS.
Now, where do we go from now?
Konerko has 427 home runs, compared to Jeter's 256.
Paulie has 1390 career RBIs, while Jeter has 1261.
And Konerko has struck out 1340 times, down from Derek's 1753.
So whenever you hear debate about whether Paul Konerko should be a Hall of Fame candidate in the future, the answer should be an obvious yes. Although Derek Jeter's final season will surely overshadow Paul Konerko's (as far as media coverage) both players have been amazing for a long time, so lets give them the send-off they deserve this season! Go White Sox! #WhiteSox #Konerko #Yankees #Jeter
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