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#21: Completion Reference Theory on 11.09.2010

An elementary exchanger can execute an exchange (appropriately), if it is put under a rule and by marking that to be exchanged correspondingly, e.g. by reference of corresponding (equal) identification substances. Then also an exchange across infinite distances is no problem. An infinite line of identical substances can be deformed into an infinite fork by pulling in the interior.

This distinguishes the end points of the fork easily and makes them usable as operational tool, for example, to instal identification substances at another equally long line by "sticking", after the line was, before the deformation into a fork, simultaneously provided with identification substances by "pulling up" and "sticking" reference operations at the equally long line of identification substances.

An infinite line can be formed, if the (equal) parts of a reference system in each case autonomously line themselves up according to their left and right neighbour, if these three bring themselves into line. The rule required for this can be pulled up in each case as with the pulling up of the identification substances. The end points can easily be moved in finite time, infinite lines can be broken up the same way.

In this way, every infinite line can be broken up in finite time into a finite number of sections. An infinite partition into finite sections of an infinite line presupposes an infinite number of autonomous sub-units. Autonomy is always required if there cannot be executed infinitely many operations one after another because this would require infinite time and this simply is undesired.

Although each entity of finite extension can be (in theory) infinitely often divided, a world that consists exclusively of such entities and in which this division is and will not be performed must be referred to as finite. Nevertheless, such entities overcome in each (complete) exchange (that presupposes the same extension) the (theoretical) infinity. All previous experiments prove this for our world.

If the creatures divide substances according to the will of L, which always works, and L adds substances, these can be arbitrarily scaled and it follows the equivalence of all worlds. L will permit this only if the creatures know enough to carry out this responsibly. Thus, only relative shifts arise with the same absolute, without that further must come into the world, in the form of the many.

Each world can develop according to the will of L through corresponding development into a world of arbitrary finite or infinite complexity. A restriction is only caused in the will of L. One reason for this is the development progress that, if it is too low, reveals a change of the creatures into subsequent worlds as the better way. The death consists primarily of the transfer of the mental and emotional reference system.

This is for every creature transferred into the subsequent world determined according to the decision of L, where the sufficiently developed creatures have a say in the selection of one of the alternatives proposed by L. This determines the further designing of the entire reference system of or in the following world. The references to L existing in the old world and the karma of the creature determine it as well.

In addition to these, a creature is determined by the superconscious, which forms an intermediate stage between L and the creatures. For instance, the synchronisation of creatures is controlled by the superconscious. Who has a good relationship with the superconscious, can delegate tasks to it for zerself and devote zerself parallel to other things (e.g. in a conversation, if the necessary politeness is maintained).

Sub- and superconscious determine through significantly more references than exist in the consciousness, and can be determined there. This is different in other worlds, especially in the more complex ones. The human consciousness is relatively weak with respect to its two competitors, as they widely determine it. Yet no one can reliably determine what ze will think in the next time exactly.

This has advantages and disadvantages precisely to be weighed in the future, if one sets about changing this state. Also L could become first through the (passive) (simultaneous) reference of the infinite and in particular of the creatures the one ze is today. An interesting step is certainly the design of parallel consciousnesses and their secure networking with the creation of an overall consciousness with several individual parts.

© 11.09.2010 by Boris Haase


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