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The universe is a clockwork comprised of an infinity of invisible spinning time gears familiarly known as space. The material world upon which we stand is also made of the gears of time, but atoms appear solid and visible because they are comprised of gears that are all turning at about the same speed, thereby freezing them together into a solid wave familiarly known as the present. Thus, the material world exists only when and where the rotating space-time gears are lined up, just like eddies that spin at the edges of a brook. Because everything is spinning at various rates relative to everything else, it is what distinguishes the visible from the invisible, and at that interface, it is the source of force, momentum, inertia and gravity and it is also why all the largest and smallest objects of the universe are rotating.
Even our thoughts and dreams, as well as our entire past and future, arise from out of the temporal gears comprising invisible space, but we cannot see them with our eyes because they are just slightly out of sync with the wave of our present. Thus, the future, the past, and all our thoughts and personalities are comprised of the same invisible universal process of time that is providing our material world.
Our bodies are a recyclable material platform with which we act out our chosen roles atop the material wave of synchronized time, so when we “die” we are still right here. Our personal interface between the invisible and the material world is the brain, a miraculous and efficient temporal synchronizer, a neural mechanism that can lock on to and synchronize the spinning gears of time, allowing our animal body to enjoy the universe of thoughts, those invisible rotating gears of time that underlie all of our reality.
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