Spacetime without Matter

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We view space from a matter-centric viewpoint. For us space is the distance between two material points. It seems that when there are no material points the concept of space will be entirely different. Without matter, space feels like some sort of vague awareness.

Maybe it is awareness itself that appears as space through the filter of matter.

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It is the disturbance in space that spreads with alternating electric and magnetic characteristics. It brings about consciousness of what is there by appearing as light.

Maybe it is pure consciousness itself that appears as light through the filter of matter.

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The electromagnetic characteristics come together as a field. The interplay among frequencies produces various gradients within that field.  Here we see electromagnetic characteristics being knitted together into various shapes.

Maybe it is consciousness shaping itself that appears as electromagnetic field  through the filter of matter.

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That makes awareness compare to undisturbed space, and consciousness compare to electromagnetic field (disturbed space). Time enters into the picture when space is disturbed. We may compare time to the desire that disturbs awareness to generate consciousness.

The disturbed space spreads out as electromagnetic wave. It may be said that light is simply the spreading of pure consciousness at a universal level.

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Space may then be viewed as the “fabric” of this universe. The essence of space is awareness.

Time then shapes the universe out of the “fabric” of space. The essence of time is desire.

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  • Chris Thompson  On March 27, 2016 at 10:54 AM

    “Space may then be viewed as the “fabric” of this universe. The essence of space is awareness. Time then shapes the universe out of the “fabric” of space. The essence of time is desire.”

    I think I know what you mean.

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