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  1. Given dark energy and matter, we perceive a very small part of the” objective world ” that exists parallel to us. And how many other similar dimensions of the “objective world” are unknown to us can only be assumed.

    At the same time, life is a race of genotypes/memplexes from unfavorable conditions to race with each other.

    Accordingly, the dimensions in which life escapes from adverse factors are space. The measurement that records whether or not the body caught up with various adverse conditions is time.

    So in a sense, space and time are more factors generated by life as a whole than by the human mind.

  2. If there is an objective world(material objects), then there is also a space in which these objects are located. Time is a concept derived from space. Deduced by a person, as a result of the ratio of movements of at least two material objects. Time reflects the objective unity of material objects and space, in their interaction. The assumption that space is a product of the human mind excludes the very possibility of the appearance and existence of such a mind

  3. It is obvious – both for believers and materialists – that in the “primordial absolute nothing” – matter cannot arise by itself-according to any physical laws. Since the creation of something in time takes place according to a sequence of transformations, the “creator of everything” – capable of one or another conscious activity, appeared as a “primary first – person perception” – a sense of the “I-am” state, which triggers the flow of the perception process, creating the idea of space – as a “volume represented outside the now – perceived state of oneself”.

    The emergence of the “idea of space” – creates, in the perceiving “state of I-am” – consciousness, – a mental vibration – as an experienced series of states from the rapid correlation of attention on – “feeling yourself” and – ” representing the rest of the universe – beyond your state.” Emerging in absolute emptiness, the informational duality – from the combination in perception of the “sense of self” and “representation of what is beyond the perceived self” – creates the effect of the current time-as a byproduct of the process of perception – when experiencing – “a certain, unlimited – material form – spirit” – the area of one's states when presenting something. So that ” the experience of one's states does not become monotonous, which would lead to the cessation of the perception of “I am and the surrounding space”, the perception of the current reality – in “consciousness that is not manifested by anything – except the feeling of “I am” – is enriched by the representation of the content of something new-outside of a certain personal area – in the represented space. This diversifies the combination of “mental relations with experienced states”, and starts the “informational-sensory progression” of representations and experiences of being.

    And what is the first thing that can present – outside of its state- “free from the existence of any information-the feeling of I-am”? What is new-what is possible to imagine-is a combination development – of already existing experience. And what is the experience of the “first-absolutely pure state of I-am” – in absolutely empty space? Of course – only “limited by the external volume-the perception of a separate self.” And, in the “I-am perceiving consciousness” – “there is a representation of the existence – of another – space-limited-perception”I am”. Naturally, if the existence of the imaginary is not limited to any information, then everything perceived becomes an absolute reality. Thus, the “first state of I-am”, – perception of the representation of “another perception of I-am”, – created another – “new experience of themselves”, – which, now-in addition to “perception of the personal area of the perceived state” – are able to perceive in the general-not felt volume of the represented space- “similar to themselves -” existing area of personal perception”. This is exactly how the “creator” (let's call him God) created “the first self – conscious perception after God” – “IN HIS OWN IMAGE AND LIKENESS” (let's call him Adam). At the current stage of being, to begin the formation of a “new area of self-consciousness”, we need “an emotional and physical impulse that introduces a seed – into a polar opposite perceiving individual” – which for some time “programmatically forms in itself the initial form of a developing new self – consciousness”, after which it produces it into the surrounding world.

    But, back to the ” beginning. The perception of Adam had the same range of possibilities – to create perceived reality-as its creator – the perception of God, since they have exactly the same parameters of perception, but a slightly different initial experience of the flow of perceived reality. Inevitable-further progression of the number of “sensory-mental” perceptions, contributes to the development of “quality and spectrum of personal experiences” – in “newly emerging perceptions” – relative to those that have arisen-earlier.

    With each generation, the amount of feelings and information available from the very beginning of one's own progression of correlated combinations gradually increases. In this regard, each – “of the subsequent new perceptions” – arising “at a later stage-of the generally perceived moment of the current time”, differs – by a more significant potential – in terms of the diversity of the perceived information volume available in personal perception, which is accompanied by – ” qualitative development of the uniqueness – of the “own – forms and states” perceived in the present time.

    This “information-sensory progression of perceptions” is the “big bang of quantitative and qualitative progression of perceptions” that has evolved to the objective perception of the material universe.

    In other words: all of our perceptions and all of our common being are, continuing to feel and share ,the “representation of our existence” – that very first state of consciousness – perception “I-am”that arose in an absolutely static state of consciousness-perception.

    Due to the progressive “remoteness – of the current stage of time of the general reality-from the beginning of occurrence”, the progression – of the number of perceptions simultaneously involved in the mental projection of oneself and the general reality – gradually increases. Which, in turn, increase the volume of shared reality-expanding with each generation – with the informational sensory range of the diversity of what is perceived – in the current unit of time. Such ” saturation of the current existence, constantly growing number and volume of experiences of new combinations of relationships – one's own sensations with perceived reality-creates the effect of a gradual acceleration of the passage of time.

    The fixation of attention, “a series of mental representations – about the logical sequence of development that precedes the current reality”, is called memory. Remembering, performs the function of confirming the reality of what is happening, by mentally correlating what is perceived – with keeping part of the volume of attention – on the previous experience. Thus, always only in the present tense-there is a mental experience of the past. The accuracy of memory decreases as the time of experiencing intermediate states between the remembered and present moments increases.

    An imaginary representation – of subsequent events, relative to the present moment of perceived reality-creates the idea of existence-the future. And yes, thoughts and feelings – affect personal reality, which develops in the direction of-representing mental images – “thematically coinciding” with the perceived state-most corresponding to that-which would arise itself – when perceiving the represented – in an objectively occurring reality. We all exist ONLY in the present moment, and it is in the present moment that we form the corresponding development of the current reality.

    Examples of “thematically coincident” – perceived states and mental images: perceived fears and representations of negative events, experienced joy and imagining the desired realization.

    As the number of perceptions increases, the level of personal influence on the overall reality decreases. The degree of discrepancy between the total volume of the information field-the personally presented reality and the current perception of most other consciousnesses-affects the possibilities of influencing the overall reality.

    Our world and universe are evolving toward – ” the realization of our mental representations-enhancing personal experiences – as they are perceived.”

    In the later stages of being, the realization of a new idea – as an existing aspect-obvious to most people must be either – “emotionally strongly perceived by a relatively small number of perceptions”, or – “relatively emotionally weak experience – but a very large number of people”.

    The first representation of something that does not yet exist in a common reality, for example, the mental imagination of a submarine – by Jules Verne, which was spread through the description in the book “Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea” and its further replication – creates a perception of this idea in a sufficiently large number of other minds – accompanied by new emotions. This quantitative and emotionally qualitative consolidation of the mental image – in general, and as we already understand-“a single energy – information field” – contributes to the emergence of the “previously fantastic” – as a real material object or aspect-in the general objective reality.

    In the end, both Buddhists and quantum physicists are right: our material world is a mentally sensuous illusion.

    Now, about the question of our mortality.

    Death is simply the return of a state of consciousness from the temporarily personal to the eternally absolute.

    In the case of early and therefore very simple forms – perceptions of oneself,” due to the mathematical limitation of the number of possible combinations of perception – in the represented reality ” – there necessarily comes a time when the limit – the maximum possible volume and therefore more unchangeable – of the state of perceived combinations per unit of current time is exhausted. That is: all variants of mental relations are repeated too often, and no longer cause a sensory response, and the high frequency of consciousness fluctuations ” merges into a continuous monotony.” Thus, it returns to the previous state of perception – a static state of consciousness.

    This mathematical limitation of the sensory potential of all early forms of perception prescribed in the minds of later and more complex generations of “self – perceptions” a mandatory program for the inevitable completion of the time of their perception.

    Dmitry Gaun. https://zen.yandex.ru/media/id/5fcf4fd654f911591c70d367/rassmotrim-i-nakonec-opredelimsia-s-poniatiem-bog-5fdce0e927ce98245afd7b32?from=editor

  4. The question boils down to another question. Is there an objective world? If the answer is no, then is it possible to define the word exists?

    Exists 😉 there are many models of interaction between a person and the surrounding reality, which coincides with the person's idea of it or not.

    Here are a couple of direct opposites:

    A person adequately perceives the world around them. Rationale-otherwise, he would have died by falling off the cliff.

    Perception of the surrounding world is an induced illusion, like a film is shown. Justification – go and prove that you don't. And not to prove it.

    Space and time are parts of objective reality in the first case, and something incomprehensible in the second.

    How to actually know is not given.

  5. The HUMAN MIND is a Part of Nature that is created by Nature and controlled by both man and Nature.

    A person can invent something that does not exist in two very rare cases – fiction (a game of the mind), a very painful or disturbed state of mind/consciousness.

    SCIENCE is given to man by Nature, it allows civilization to survive and develop, here moral inventions are almost completely cut off/canceled.

  6. Space (infinite cosmic ) is what was, is, and will always be, regardless of whether there will be a universe or whether there will be gods. This is a postulate of the esoteric doctrine.

    The phenomenal world ( physically perceived by our 5 senses) is the most material of all the others. Modern materialistic science knows only one of them, which it considers to be the only one. Take it in your hands, as they say.

    In this illusory world that is real to us, but from the point of view of the higher planes of consciousness, time exists.

    Time is only an illusion created by the successive alternations of our states of consciousness. It does not exist, but “rests in sleep” where there is no consciousness in which the Illusion can arise. That is, where there is no such consciousness, there is no time. For a person, time is a sequence of alternating events.

    The present is only a mathematical line separating that part of Eternal Duration which we call the Future from that part which we call the Past. Nothing on Earth has a true, real duration, for nothing remains unchanged – or the same-for a billionth of a second; and the sensation that we get from the evidence of the division of time known as the Present comes from the obscurity of fleeting perceptions or a series of perceptions of objects transmitted to us by our senses, as these objects pass from the realm of ideal representations, which we call the Future, to the realm of memories, which we call the Past. In exactly the same way, we experience the impression of duration from the action of an instantaneous electric spark, due to its vague and prolonged imprint on the retina of the eye. Indeed, a person or object does not consist only of what is visible in it at any given moment, but is the totality of all its various and changing states from the moment of its appearance in material form until its disappearance from our Earth. It is “these aggregates,” which exist eternally in the Future, that gradually pass through matter in order to exist eternally in the Past. No one can say that a bar of iron dropped into the sea began to exist when it left the air and ceased to exist when it entered the water, and that the bar itself consisted only of this intersection of the plane, which at that moment coincided with the mathematical plan that separates and, at the same time, connects the atmosphere with the ocean. The same thing happens with people and objects, which, falling out of the “will” into the “was”, from the Future into the Past, instantly reveal to our senses, as it were, the intersection of their wholeness as they move in Time and Space (as matter) from one Eternity to another. And these two eternities constitute the Duration in which everything has a true existence, if only our senses were capable of perceiving it.

  7. The terms “objectivity, “” reason,” and “existence” are not the same thing. The fact that space and time are generated by the mind does not exclude their objective existence in the real world. The world of ideas and the world of things-both worlds are objective reality.

  8. The problem is that we don't know how to think and imagine something outside of time and space. At least 99999 out of 100,000 can't. And you probably can't. And if so, it means that neither your image nor your thought is behind your question. When you ask this question, you're just playing with words. Are you interested in an answer at the level of formal wordplay, without understanding the essence behind these words?

  9. If there is a space, then it could be measured. And if it is infinite, then it does not exist as such. Time is movement. Every movement has a direction. We don't know what direction time is moving in. We measure the amount of time, but not its direction. We don't know where it will lead. Can the world live without time? Everything will stand. Conclusion:we don't know anything.

  10. Excuse me, but the “objective world” is not a product of the human mind? After all, before the appearance of philosophers, no one had any idea about it. Well, yes, we consider ourselves the smartest, we know for sure that it existed before the philosophers. Who told us that? Philosophers? :))

    Everything that we now know, and scientists and philosophers know, is primarily a product of the human mind. Not only the “objective world“, but also “matter“,”Being“, “space” and “time“.

    We would like to ask the world itself if it has any idea about these “objective” entities. )) All these are concepts only of our human world, and only today (just a few centuries). But even now, there are tribes on earth who have completely different ideas about reality. Well, yes, of course, they are backward. And imagine how in a couple of hundred years our descendants will also talk about us and our ideas of the “objective world”, and laugh at their primitiveness ))) However, this is now an indisputable truth for us.

    In fact, we only believe in the idea of an “objective external world”, as well as in the idea of time and space. We hypnotize ourselves by simply repeating these words. Has anyone ever observed space or time? We observe only the fact that the bodies are distant from each other, i.e. other bodies can be placed between them (a ruler, for example), and also that various events are also separated from each other, i.e. other events can occur between them (for example, the ticking of a clock). Space and time are just convenient concepts so that you can apply mathematics to describe patterns between events. And no more than that. Just like the idea of the outside world. Today some concepts are in fashion, tomorrow others.

    Much more interesting is the question-And the mind itself is the product of what?

  11. There is a space in the objective world. In addition, in the objective world there is its extension (space), and hence a changing sequence that builds a certain order (that is, time). TIME is a part of distance (the extent of space). Time is subjective and not constant. It is characterized by different flow rates and different vectors. The subject of influence determines the direction and speed of its time flow (a sequence of changing states). The ability to perceive in a certain way and build orders is the purpose of the human brain (as an organ), consciousness as a product of personality, formed on the basis of experience in the objective world. The objective world is a reflection of the ability to see and perceive in a certain way, i.e. through mental and mental processes associated with the perception of events in time (a sequence of states and positions). Thus, time, as a part of the extension of space (distance), is really a product of the human mind, but not the absolute mind, but the lower mind, burdened with consciousness and its dependence to see (perceive) in a certain way. The absolute mind, freed from the conscious part, is not burdened with such dependence and manifests its existence in the energy-information fields, outside the perception of the passage of time (building orders). This means that both questions can be answered in the same way – ” yes, this is true, but to a certain extent, and if you look from our position of conscious perception.”

  12. There is no human mind. There is a universal mind. Our brains spend 5% of their productivity controlling our bodies . 95% works for the Universal Mind. Space and time are interconnected and both are infinite. The laws of nature are reason. And here is how these laws generate the material world and the anti-world (parallel universes )

    We don't know yet, and I certainly don't.

  13. I will answer you as a physicist. And whether there is a difference exists or not? Can it be measured? Well, here's how you can measure that somewhere more energy was released, somewhere less. Or that you're taller than someone else and someone else is shorter. If it is impossible to feel the difference in principle, then for physics it is all the same, equivalent. A question that doesn't have an answer based on the question itself.

    Every time you have a question about physics, think about what is the observed difference between the different answers. Here, classical mechanics differs from quantum mechanics, because in it a particle does not interfere with itself, its behavior is generally deterministic, stable atoms are impossible, and so on. Molecular kinetic theory differs from the theory of caloric in that it allows us to explain the heating of bodies by friction and, in general, the law of conservation of energy. Is there such a difference? And if so, in what way?

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