Monday, March 26, 2012

3 Ends of the Universe

If one is looking for the end of the universe, does a telescope peer back to the beginning?
Yes. However, in periods of time and no time, one Universe had to end so that another could begin. So are we truly looking at the beginning and the end of transition - if we look back far enough to the future, we will see the beginning or the end of time.

Of course it's just semantics. If you were to hold a rope out straight and parallel and wanted to describe the two ends, you might refer to the left and right ends of the rope. The rope has two ends because the rope has two sides that each "end" or terminate.

However, the end can constitute stoppage of object, when a motor is switched off, a set sun, a particular condition, program, even time. It can therefore refer to a place or position or dimension or time line or condition which has three sides, as an example, where the Universe exists, or where the Universe never existed, either before it was born or a time after it was born where it has boundary of extinction.

So there are at least three ends to the Universe, the left end at a focal point before the birth of time, the right end at a focal point after the cessation of time, and the middle at which the Universe continues existence of time (any transitional element can become an end).

From time to time, the word edge is interchanged with the word end in describing a boundary. A boundary can be a transition, i.e. from something to nothing or nothing to something. This may not be a hard physical edge but rather one constituted by elements of time, empty space, froth, gravity, dimension, warp, lensing, bubble, light, dark, irradiated exposure, elementary particle dynamics, Heisenberg Uncertainly Principle, dark matter, quantum effects, time travel, calculus period of Lorenz Contraction, or even physics not yet invented.