Actual Existence of All That Is, and a Primer on its Manipulation
Further Manipulation of Strings through Absolute Time
If it is possible to exert energy enough to bend these strings, then it is reasonable
to bend a string back on itself. If this is so, then two things can happen in the event
of knotting the strings.
Event 1 is where the string is bent so that 2 different times on one string contact
and diverge back into the strings natural path. Fig 16.
A variation of this can also be when one string continuously goes back on itself (fig
17) due to a greater number of acting forces.
During the points where a string comes in contact with itself they act like highway
ramps. This allows for the transfer of existence from one point in time on the string to
The bends in the string do not reverse the time; they only take a different path in
time. This is what allows for the exchange of existence between points. It’s like
driving all the way around the traffic circle then continuing on your original path.
The other thing that could happen, Event 2, when bending strings is that the
direction of time progresses forward, backward. This happens if a string is bent in such
a way that it does not go back to its “normal” path. Fig 18.
In this case, the strings Absolute direction will be toward the Absolute end, even
though it is travelling in reverse. We can look at this odd progress similar to a
situation found on a train.
If the train is moving forward, towards its final destination, and you are walking
towards the rear of the train; you are moving forward in reverse. If you are standing
still and pass a street crossing with the train tracks, then run to the rear of the train
faster than the train is moving forward, you will pass the street crossing again, but
from the opposite side as your previous crossing. Then once you stop running, the
train will bring you back over the street crossing the same way it did the first time you
crossed. Even though you past the same point three times, the train will always bring
you to the end destination.
What if there were two trains heading towards each other on the same track. With
all variables the same when those trains met they would stop. In our known physical
world it would be a horrible wreck, but let’s not ponder on that. At first the initial
points of contact would come to a stop. However, the rear of the trains will keep
moving forward until they reach the point of equal force being pushed back on them.
The same may be applied to a String.
By applying a path changing forces to a String so that it goes back over the same
path it had previously traveled while keeping all variables the same, it may be possible
to stop points in time. While the original point or origin attempts to maintain its
forward progress the initial point of contact comes to a stop. Also, the looped area of
the String continues to follow its adjusted path until the push back of the head of the
String hitting the tail of the String causes it to stop. (Fig 19). This method of String
manipulation would cause a bind in one string; do to forcing it to exert equal force in
two opposing directions from within itself. This could also be applied to two Strings if
the forces of the Strings could be matched to each other after being curved to meet
each other head on. Various changing in acting forces could also cause strings to bend
each other, or themselves, through a type or String resistance.