Humanity Lost in the Fiction it Created: Problem M, Beginning of Alternative Existence of Alternative Human: Teorem A: A hole in Time: From Purgatory to Apocalypse
AbstractPROBLEM M, is the endpoint of “single option existence” that imprisons human into the reality he created where humanity is engorged by the reality it created and became enslaved by what it produced; it is the existence itself where fictional reality alternative search produced within “single universe model” absorbs the true reality originated from being, self and the creator. Therefore PROBLEM M is the deadlock about being, knowledge and definition of human that humanity has been unable to resolve since the day of its existence on earth, the deadlock created by the struggle to resolve it via “a single option universe model,” and the deadlock reached by the alternative search for resolving this deadlock; and the current human is the problem, the definition of the problem and the diagnosis. Problem M, is the “single option universe model” where communication is the transmission of knowledge, which constricts the existence of mortal human being into “spatial existence”. This article is the declaration to humanity of “durational existence” appearing on the realm of being that is alternative human, alternative knowledge, alternative being and alternative existence resolving Problem M with Theorem A and defining human’s existence since day one by Problem. M. “Alternative existence” that resolves Problem M with Theorem A, considers the humanity that is a result of Problem M and “a single option universe model” as old; alternative existence of new human as the starting point -0- “human history is rewritten”. Problem M determines the humanity proposal of alternative existence called Theorem A, history of being and knowledge as “starting point of history,” which marks the beginning of the existence of alternative human from 0 to +1 and the olf humanity with Problem M from 0 to –1.This is the creator taking charge of the realm of being, humanity and world agenda.
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