1. Every matter has an infinite number of Communication Tubes. Each CT is a parallel world. The number of CT is endless because the amount of matters is infinite too.
2. The infinite Information is cycling along the Warped Circle. The shape of The Circle in the fourth dimension approximately resembles number eight.
3. The point of intersection of The Circle is the real world with the observer in it (presence tense). The first half of The Circle refers to the Future, the second half – the Past.
4. As long as the Future and the Past are interconnected there is a mutual influence on each other. Therefore choosing the Future we can choose the Past and vice versa.
5. The Past is unreal. The Future is unreal. The Observer is real. The Present is a moment of constant motion through Space and Time. It is a point where waves from the Future and Past clash with each other. The Present is a probable location of an Object in Space at the moment but its path is indeterminable.
Imagine yourself standing at the middle of the room. There are big mirrors instead of the right and left walls. Let us suppose that the left wall is the Past and the right wall is the Future. Now look at the Future and you will see yourself in the Past then in the Future and in the Past again and so on, infinite progression. Now look at the left wall and you will see almost the same picture only with a different starting point.
As architects are searching for new ergonomical and eco-friendly designs , I just thought that buildings that resemble mushrooms are not such a bad idea. Nature is the best architect of all. When you look closer at a mushroom you can see that the creator has thought of every possible little detail that is ergonomically and technically perfect as well as aesthetically pleasing. In other words – there is no fault in a mushroom!
The roof surface of a mushroom shaped building is perfect for collecting solar power. So the buildings can be energy sustainable. Using the principle of natural cooling system of a mushroom is also a big advantage.