Thursday, March 29, 2018

An Opinion Regarding the Universe's Dark Forces

Dark matter and dark energy are the negative imprint left by those parts of reality that exist in the same spacetime as ours but in different dimensions and/or at different frequencies than our own. Black holes act as alveoli, transferring matter and energy between realities in a respiratory process, while the 'dark' (i.e., invisible and almost entirely without physical effect in our universe, or one might say, 'unknowable', although the line of what can't be known will shift with each new discovery) components give form and structure to the spaces between everything from electrons and their atoms' nuclei to galaxies in the universe.

The wave does not become a particle, but exists in every part of every possible spectrum and continuum at any given time, while any observer sees only in a finite spectrum, comprehending the portion (particle) of the wave existing in their own continuum. However, as the observer is moving across time, the particle - constantly moving along its waveform, but always only visible where that waveform resonates harmonically with what any given observer is equipped to receive - appears largely motionless but fluid and shifting.

Sometimes resonancies shift, either temporarily or permanently, which might result in various anomalies that may be interpreted as, for instance, ghosts, or aliens, or manifestations of mental illness, or some kinds of random inexplicable disappearances or displacements. There's no reason to believe that there aren't intelligences similar to our own, and even those among us, who by chance or by choice have learned to utilize (or exploit) the properties involved for any number of purposes.

Reality(ies) is(are) infinite. We humans need never worry that we'll run out of puzzles to solve in nature, but as our ability to observe, measure, and define on both macro- and microscales increases and - provided we don't get blown back to the Dark Ages (again) by our own hand or the effects of any number of natural cycles - before too long the universe will become an increasingly more colorful and lively place in our collective perception, with only a few dark corners that remain beyond our comprehension. If we ever find ourselves having illuminated every last mystery in the Universe, we'll once again be the God/Source/Universe-Itself from whence we came.
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