My wife and I got a bang out of your comments on the movie possibilities of the book. However, Jean got the biggest rise out of my wife when she suggested I play myself and Gwyneth Paltrow play my wife. She said there is no way she will turn me loose with her. Pierce Brosnon playing me sounds flatteringly good.
Actually, this may not be all pie in the sky. So far I have had two representatives of movie companies inquiring about the book, asking me if the movie rights are available. I answered back in the positive, but haven't heard anything back yet.
Samu continues to give some great answers here so we'll pick on him again. Keep in mind here we are talking about the universe in the physical reality.
The Question: Now the big mystery among scientists is this. The universe is expanding and they are amazed that each galaxy is moving away from every other galaxy at a uniform speed. Could this correspond to growth of a living body?
Samu: "Indeed it could. At embryo stage cells first grow in size, after which they grow in number. When the cells are 'old enough', they specialize to play their part in a specific organ performing a certain bodily function, joining with other cells with same vision, much like human beings finding their place in society and groups after they've grown up. I don't see why it would be any different for galaxies within the universe, looking for their special spot."
Good answer Samu. You are using the Law of Correspondences here.
Next Question: The big question among scientists is whether or not the universe will ever cease expanding or just expand forever. Using the Law of Correspondences what would the answer be?
Samu: Human body grows in physical size until it reaches adulthood, and then the development takes places on other dimensions of existence, inner spheres expanding. We start forming relationships, become intimate and interactive, so to speak. This would indicate that the universe ceases expanding physically one day, after which it starts developing its head and heart qualities, and starts associating with other universes over time. This is an interesting thought, because I used to think the physical expansion too was never-ending. Hmmmm. I guess then that would only be if our universe planned on becoming over-weight, one pound at a time! ;D Before the end of a human lifetime, most of us give birth to offspring. Correlate this to universal life... Very interesting.
Question: Earlier we talked about what would stop the expansion of the universe. Can you remember what it is and what this corresponds to in the atomic universe?
What does this tell you about the association of one universe with another?
Samu: "That it's very loose at this stage of development. Like being aware of the existence of each other, without knowing what the relationship really consciously could mean in all of its possibilities. I can sense somebody being out there, but who and why? Got to find out the whos and whys of oneself before it makes sense to reach out ones hand in order to offer friend and partnership, ya know :)"
JJ: Let me add this. We concluded that according to the Law of Correspondences the universe is in its infancy.
The distance from our solar system to even the nearest star boggles the mind. It takes light just a couple seconds to reach the moon, a little over eight minutes to reach the sun, but four and a half years to reach Alpha Centura our nearest neighbor.
On a higher scale we are a dot in the Milky Way galaxy which has 400,000,000,000 solar systems and the distance to our nearest galactic neighbor boggles the mind even more. The nearest galaxy to us takes light over a million years to reach us.
The Hubble telescope has spotted galaxies about twenty billion light years away. This is causing scientists to recalculate the time of the Big Bang which, they thought, was only 14 billion years ago. I submit that the universe is much bigger and older than scientists believe.
Now let us suppose we could go to the edge of the universe and look out in the void. What would we see? Nothing, for two reasons.
First the nearest universe would be so far away it would only seem a dot at best. Secondly, the nearest universe would be so far away that its light could virtually never reach us. All the universes in the greater universe would come and go a thousand times before light could ever be received. That would be how vast the distances would be by the Law of Correspondences.
Thus we see, through the use of this Law, that the universe is an infant very alone in a great void receiving no physical light from any source. As it grows to self awareness its first external question will be: "Am I alone?"
Correspondingly this is the question mankind is now asking. Are we alone? Are there any other intelligent species out there amidst the billions of star systems?
Question: Why is it that we are not a pimple on someone's giant nose as some think?
No one answered this yet. Any guesses?
Question: Does the law of correspondences suggest that there is a certain number to all things including the worlds within the universe of universes? Could that number be the true number for pi?
Samu: "How many galaxies can I fit in a universe with the volume of xyz? Or is there a constant number, a natural constant, for the distance between galaxies that they gravitate towards? But I still can't see how 3,141592654 could somehow be connected to the number of worlds? Maybe I'm misunderstanding something here. Could you please elaborate JJ?"
JJ: As I was writing about this subject the number for pi flashed in my mind. I realize this number is produced by dividing the circumference of a circle by its diameter and at first glance does not seem to have any cosmic significance. On the other hand, the circle is the one constant symbol that reappears everywhere in creation. Therefore this one constant number that comes from the circle could be some type of final number. It could be something like the number of atoms within the universe itself.
Super computers have figured this number out to a million digits and still haven't arrived at the final one. Here are the first thousand or so digits.
Pi= 1415926535 8979323846 2643383279 5028841971 6939937510 5820974944 5923078164 0628620899 8628034825 3421170679 8214808651 3282306647 0938446095 5058223172 5359408128 4811174502 8410270193 8521105559 6446229489 5493038196 4428810975 6659334461 2847564823 3786783165 2712019091 4564856692 3460348610 4543266482 1339360726 0249141273 7245870066 0631558817 4881520920 9628292540 9171536436 7892590360 0113305305 4882046652 1384146951 9415116094 3305727036 5759591953 0921861173 8193261179 3105118548 0744623799 6274956735 1885752724 8912279381 8301194912 9833673362 4406566430 8602139494 6395224737 1907021798 6094370277 0539217176 2931767523 8467481846 7669405132 0005681271 4526356082 7785771342 7577896091 7363717872 1468440901 2249534301 4654958537 1050792279 6892589235 4201995611 2129021960 8640344181 5981362977 4771309960 5187072113 4999999837 2978049951 0597317328 1609631859 5024459455 3469083026 4252230825 3344685035 2619311881 7101000313 7838752886 5875332083 8142061717 7669147303 5982534904 2875546873 1159562863 8823537875 9375195778 1857780532 1712268066 1300192787 6611195909 2164201989 3809525720 1065485863 2788659361 5338182796 8230301952 0353018529 6899577362 2599413891 2497217752 8347913151 5574857242 4541506959 5082953311 6861727855 8890750983 8175463746 4939319255 0604009277 0167113900 9848824012 8583616035 6370766010 4710181942 9555961989 4676783744 9448255379 7747268471 0404753464 6208046684 2590694912 9331367702 8989152104 7521620569 6602405803 8150193511 2533824300 3558764024 7496473263 9141992726 0426992279 6782354781 6360093417 2164121992 4586315030 2861829745 5570674983 8505494588 5869269956 9092721079 7509302955 3211653449 8720275596 0236480665 4991198818 3479775356 6369807426 5425278625 5181841757 4672890977 7727938000 8164706001 6145249192 1732172147 7235014144 1973568548 1613611573 5255213347 5741849468 4385233239 0739414333 4547762416 8625189835 6948556209 9219222184 2725502542 5688767179 0494601653 4668049886 2723279178 6085784383 8279679766 8145410095 3883786360 9506800642 2512520511 7392984896 0841284886 2694560424 1965285022 2106611863 0674427862 2039194945 0471237137 8696095636 4371917287 4677646575 7396241389 0865832645 9958133904 7802759009 9465764078 9512694683 9835259570 9825822620 5224894077 2671947826 8482601476 9909026401 3639443745 5305068203 4962524517 4939965143 1429809190 6592509372 2169646151 5709858387 4105978859 5977297549 8930161753 9284681382 6868386894 2774155991 8559252459 5395943104 9972524680 8459872736 4469584865 3836736222 6260991246 0805124388 4390451244 1365497627 8079771569 1435997700 1296160894 4169486855 5848406353 4220722258 2848864815 8456028506 0168427394 5226746767 8895252138 5225499546 6672782398 6456596116 3548862305 7745649803 5593634568 1743241125 1507606947 9451096596 0940252288 7971089314 5669136867 2287489405 6010150330 8617928680 9208747609 1782493858
Remember that are about a million more digits discovered and still mathematicians have not discovered the final pi.
Think on this. If God is ever to create a perfect circle then He would have to have the exact number for pi, for without it a perfect circle is impossible; making the perfection of God impossible. It would be fitting that this ultimate number of perfection would also be the number of particles in creation. This would correspondingly mean that there is a perfect number of atoms in existence.
Question from yesterday: Now everyone says that the number of creations is infinite, but because everyone believes this does not make it true. Does the law of correspondences suggest that there is a certain number to all things including the worlds within the universe of universes?
Now this question may throw some for a loop, but bear with me and consider that which you have not considered before, and that is that the universe may not be infinite.
How could it be that the universe has a specific number of worlds and particles, yet to us would seem infinite to the extent that we could never find the end even if we traveled as fast as thought?
This brings us to the next principle of discovery which I will state early.
(14) Take that belief which is embraced by the world and look in the opposite direction. In this opposite direction much truth lies hidden.
The world believes the universe in infinite. Let us question this.
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