You mean like infinitely many moments pass every second?
Really though...who is to say what is possible to experience? Maybe a million years down the line.. Maybe a million moments down the line.
Unlocking of more questions.. I like that.
Maybe.. The set of all utterances is a TOE. The set of all statements is a TOE since no answer is not a statement. ie, every statement is the answer to some question. Thus the set of all statements is a TOE and a larger set, the set of all utterances (including nonsense), is also a TOE.
But I ignore questions whose answers are not statements. The ineffable.
chiselray wrote:The universe doesn't supply questions,the mind or the matrix contains food(thought and answers) unless i'm not seeing the questions..What do you think ?out of interest..i'm saying the mind supplies questions and finds answers,but the universe does not supply questions?
i just remembered from a thought i recalled that maybe teh answer to all questions is a feeling more so ,like you get it and get everything but you can't really explain it with figures and equations...
I have definitely had this "completeness" feeling before so I know what you're talking about
Like my friend who never had much math was solving equations in his head as though he had formal training but he didn't. He really seemed to me to have an understanding of math without being able to articulate how he was doing it.
I remember back in the day when I thought it was possible to talk to God, I figured it (God) never spoke in words directly, well, rarely. I believed it spoke through sometimes cryptic, sometimes obvious, signs like Moses' burning bush. I also believed that God could transfer information, understanding, through a silence. I called this induction of intuitive understanding.
Not that I don't think it's possible today; I am very cautious about that as many think they're talking to God and God orders them to kill stuff, for example, when God could easily just wipe them from ever having existed and erase our minds that would even remember them.
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