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xyllria t1_j1y9ip9 wrote

That sounds like the concept of a quantum computer made analogous to our human brain! Sorta cool! And Ive always liked to consider that different regions of space move independently from others, it's hard to perceive because it is in nature nothing, and I do try to acknowledge along a certain line what's outside of our biological perception, and I wonder if perhaps the universe on a larger scale tends to expand, then eventually contracts back over time to a singularity point/blackhole with allll da mass in the cosmos and den explodes again! Is it just me or is there a very identifiable balance made analogous over so many different scales? I don't think there's much actual consideration for me as to the world being solely deterministic, really because of the size of the universe it doesn't make sense that of all the things to happen, that they'd all happen the same. I've spent a LOT of time grasping scale of size, not only in distance but in time. It's all too true that when considering that "big bang" event, we are being silly to assume that there was a definitive "before", or that we're even in an "after" rather one of many, and at a higher scale too, there's not likely "boundaries" to space at reaches or an edge I don't think. I think the kind of cycle we exist in exists in space, just people should expand what they define space as.