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In the beginning there was a duality in the infinite three-dimensional space with two forms of energy called Negative and Positive. Energy is matter. Matter is something that has mass and exists as a solid, liquid, gas, or plasma (American Heritage® Dictionary).

From Chaos, order was formed through the physical phenomena arising from the attraction of energy with opposite energy and the repulsion of energy with the same charge. This phenomena is called time, the fourth dimension.

When negative and positive energy unite, they create a hydrogen atom. The hydrogen atom is a unit of matter in the hydrogen element, having all the characteristics of that element and consisting of a dense, central, positively charged nucleus of one proton having a mass 1,836 times that of the orbiting negatively charged electron . Hydrogen atoms attract each other until they hit a critical mass, where fusion of hydrogen into helium atoms takes place. As fusion happens, heavier atoms are formed as a by-product. These elements are unstable, and decay slowly but as they decay they form systems of organizations. These include molecular structures, amino acids, deoxyrbo nucleic acid (DNA), chromosomes, bacteria, and finally consciousness.

Consciousness is based on the same duality that matter is based on. Homo Sapiens have figured this out with the philosophy of logic. Logic uses a binary system to reason. There are two types of consciousness, individual (subjective) and collective (objective) consciousness. Homo sapiens, other primates, elephants and cetaceans, have a limited natural collective consciousness. Homo sapiens are in a translucent stage of development from subjective to objective consciousness. Are homo sapiens the first organisms on Earth capable of making the change completely, to become God? Will this animal name homo sapiens make the change? Will logic advent a mechanism like computers, a product of logic to make the change. Or will homo sapiens’ subjective consciousness destroy the possibility? Homo sapiens are in a race against the phenomena that created them.


The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 4th ed. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2000. www.bartleby.com/61/. (Author never quoted directly, but used definitions for a guide.)

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