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I have a similar theory that I put forward, when I joined this community a few years back. I call it The Two Worlds Exchange or Accumulation/ Discharge Cycle - pos to neg, here to there, imagination

It’s not perspective your searching for, it is perception. Energy, Space and Time, do not co-exist or interact with each other, they are all simply the same thing. Perspective comes from viewing thi

Well, there is an exception. I can fully describe the bottle on my table without knowing anything about is birth or death. I can fully describe my hair without knowing its birth or death. I can ful

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It’s not perspective your searching for, it is perception. Energy, Space and Time, do not co-exist or interact with each other, they are all simply the same thing.

You may be right. lol

 

Actually, I would say that they all appear simultaneous from any singular frame of reference.

 

Perspective comes from viewing things from different origins; however perception is the ability to view things all together.

All interaction happens between and amongst disparate frames of reference.

 

...even within the entities.

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nothing can be fully described which is not described in terms of birth and death, or coming into (relative) existence and out.

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Well, there is an exception. I can fully describe the bottle on my table without knowing anything about is birth or death. I can fully describe my hair without knowing its birth or death. I can fully describe assets, liabilities and profits of a company without knowing its birth or death. Snapshots in time describe things fully without any need for knowing birth or death.

Conversely, I may not know anything about something if I only have information about its birth or death.

Now, if you want to say: no life can be fully described withoutif not described in terms of birth and death; then I may agree.

 

If theory of eventuality is a theory of events, and if events are durations, and if durations describe life, and if life must contain birth and death, then eventuality rests on birth and death.

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Well, there is an exception. I can fully describe the bottle on my table without knowing anything about is birth or death. I can fully describe my hair without knowing its birth or death. I can fully describe assets, liabilities and profits of a company without knowing its birth or death. Snapshots in time describe things fully without any need for knowing birth or death.

Conversely, I may not know anything about something if I only have information about its birth or death.

Now, if you want to say: no life can be fully described withoutif not described in terms of birth and death; then I may agree.

Well there is an exception ... lol Being perceived and being described are precisely two separate things (practically reciprocal ... relatively speaking.)

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