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In my last edit, I bumped the Enter key before I finished typing my comment about the edit. I ended with "removed Ussher", but I was trying to say "removed Ussher's birth/death dates". This info isn't germaine to the Universe article, and can be found by following the link to the Ussher page. PharosTalk 11:18, 10 April 2007 (EDT)


Infinite Universe[1]: After an assigned quantity of star mass has been displaced into polarized First Space[2], the total Universal Mass will remain the same: infinite. The mass for another star is immediately available for another initial mass displacement. Indeed, after a galaxy of stars has been displaced into First Space[3], the total Universal Mass will remain the same: infinite. The mass for another galaxy displacement is immediately available. [NOTE: When the Christ broke bread to feed thousands, He was not being the Magician - He was being the Teacher (Matthew 14: 13-21; 16: 9-10).] Time is not the controlling factor in these initial mass displacements[4].--FinalNotice 18:38, 9 August 2009 (UTC)

In an infinite-dimensional Reality (the Universe)[5], there is no restriction to a linear time sequence (Joshua 10:13); any such linear restriction is the characteristic of a Closed System of Analysis (i.e., using a finite number of dimensions and variables).

Therefore, since all stars are multi-dimensional, each star requires its own infinite-mass sequence {e.g., top of page 2 [6]}.

Although there are a variety of star masses, the 1st Solar System Displacement [7] of a Jupiter-like mass is common. In some cases, the Jupiter-like mass is large enough to form a minor star. In other cases, the star itself will separate into two or more stars before its 1st Solar System Displacement.

The basic template of polarized First Space is used in all cases of initial mass displacement. However, the mass-unit value of each star system is a variable - i.e., the Earth is not the unit value of every star system. --FinalNotice 18:12, 5 September 2009 (UTC)


The word universe comes from the words "uni" (one) and "verse" (sentence) representing how God "spoke" the universe into existance.

There appears to be little etymological support for the above claim. Please use this discussion page to better substantiate this assertion - with references.

--Ashcraft - (talk) 23:32, 15 August 2009 (UTC)

I remember Hovind saying it once, I'll look it up when I get the chance. Heavenbound56 13:13, 16 August 2009 (UTC)

Universal Mass: Infinite

Universal Mass: Infinite - "nothing can be added to it, nor anything taken from it." (Ecclesiastes 3:14)[8]

The etymology of the Universe[9] is not a problem as long as you stick with its definition: One Universe created by One God. The etymology problem only arises when you start playing with the idea of multiple or parallel universes without using the correct terms: multiple dimensions to the One Universe. Indeed, the Universe with its infinite number of dimensions is far from the encapsulated universe of the modern astronomer (i.e., a universe defined with only billions galaxies). Apparently, astronomers like things to be small and cozy while calling them Big. This is not a fault unless you're pretending to be objective.

The attraction of multiple encapsulated universes is the same attraction that our species has had for multiple gods. We like to flatter and secure ourselves by pretending to know the beginning and end. But that is not possible. Only the Creator knows His creation. Only God can stand outside the eternal Universe: "...He has put eternity into man's mind, yet so that man cannot find out what God has done from the beginning to the end." (Ecclesiastes 3:11)

We have built our lives around I AM without knowing it. We don't have enough information to say I AM, so the Word was said for us (Exodus 3:14). I AM was said with such force that even the most ardent atheist will fight to protect the Word. Since all self-absorbed philosophies and religions are designed to define or destroy the Word, atheism is an excellent introduction to Christianity. If the atheist can fight nonsense without knowing what the fight is about, what will he do when he discovers what he is fighting for? Christian soldiers need basic training. (For example: C. S. Lewis and G. K. Chesterton.)

The various philosophies and religions that peddle self knowledge are only offering an illusion of certainty in exchange for your soul. (Genesis 3:4) Those individuals that insist that they know themselves will only encapsulate themselves in the Void. But the Void is not outside the Universe. The Void is encapsulated by the Universe. Existence dominates Nonexistence. "...wisdom excels folly as light excels darkness." (Ecclesiastes 2:13)--FinalNotice 01:19, 30 August 2009 (UTC)