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#22: Completion Reference Theory on 13.09.2010

Each exchange can be traced back to elementary exchangers. These are not material, since the exchange will work with any substances and this is neither necessary, nor was measured. Who robs a substance of its exchanger, sentences it to passivity. This can be useful, for example, in the pure space, but also do damage, if important or vital laws are quashed by this.

The exchanger enables any movement and is thus substantial(ly required). All arbitrary-dimensional spaces, times and substances can be linearised in one dimension. Therefore, basically only one exchanger is needed that exchanges in one dimension. More flexible are exchangers that exchange substances after rules, for example, with neighbouring substances. Then (mostly) a comparator for the antecedent is required.

The comparator can directly work with substances or also with their equivalents, such as their coding or language description. It is also not material, but may be realised materially (cf. computer engineering). Only the understanding and access to the substances let an electronic computer draw level with the brain in this respect. The brain is not only more economic, but also substantially superior.

Through the reduction of exchange on elementary exchangers, one does not need more than three spatial dimensions for our world. This requires additional reasons. Every component of matter must be connected with an exchanger to change the location, if it is not exchanged by a foreign exchanger. Exchanger must be able to be easily stopped to be able to create arbitrary (small) velocities.

The rules for (groups of) exchangers can be made centrally available and define a law of nature, since the exchangers can relate to them. In this way, the laws of nature can be implemented economically. In worlds where time only lapses (without other changes), the time lapse is also not perceived. So several time dimensions make sense and a general time can be valid for all worlds.

Only the clocks should not measure the general time in a world, otherwise the question may arise why the time jumps, although nothing has happened in this world. Nevertheless, it would be interesting to have the general time at one's disposal to get an impression how the clock of L is, and to read the age of the universe. On the other hand, it is hardly conceivable that L wants to own something so simple at all.

Elementary exchanges are always instantaneous, since a finite minimum duration else could no longer be undercut. Slower velocities result from a sequence of time lapse and elementary exchange. So if one wants to undercut a (useful) finite maximum speed, one must shorten the time lapse. A reduction to zero is not possible. For this there is the possibility of the equivalent remote exchange.

The superconscious is impersonal and identified by the community, which consists in the participation of many. It cannot be used to communicate with others, since it represents no individual interests, but only integrates them. Therefore, it has a compensatory character and grows with the world knowledge. It makes world soul and world mind conscious. It is particularly present in the state of enlightenment and unification with L.

The superconscious goes beyond the comprehension of the (sub) consciousness by far. Therefore its intensive use contains a selection problem. It cannot be exploited, however, but its use depends on the divine grace, which orients itself by the divine order. Since it is not to be misused, sufficient maturity is presupposed for its use. A good relationship with L is most helpful here.

Superconscious experiences represent hence an exception. In the positive ones, the harmony of the world and the ingenuity of L become evident. In the negative ones, one can, for example, conceive the evil in its whole depth. In both, a sense of simultaneity of experiences appears, which goes beyond the normal consciousness. Drug use and states of trance can bring about superconscious experiences. Here caution is advised.

The state of the world determines the state of world soul and world mind. The better and more L-worthy the former is, the more favourable it is for the latter. Then there are positive feedbacks for L and the creatures. Otherwise, the harmony is severely disturbed and this has a negative impact on the total condition of all. World soul and world mind are as well as the superconscious concerted, impersonal, and interact with each other.

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