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Universe inside another universe is a new theory.

In some small way, scientific dismissal would seem disingenuous to say the least, but for any cosmologist or scientist versed in the mere basic laws of physics, it seems logical to do so.

A scientist who hears anybody report a ufo, instantly jumps to one direct conclusion: The event is not feasibly possible. Any scientist will tell you, light, represented mathematically as a C travels at a velocity of 186,282,397 miles per second in a vacuum, and nothing can move beyond that speed. In other words, they deduce this as an ultimate velocity of transport regardless of how advanced technology might become; thus, an Alien's journey would take so long the trip wouldn't be worth making.

Even to achieve the simplest task, from our closest star, would take a round journey of 8 light years. And if special relativity is included within the equation, for any occupant on board their vessel, time would simply shrink. For every month measured in space at the velocity of light, fifty years would pass here on planet earth.

Therefore, if I visited our nearest star and was arriving home today, I would have begun my excursion around about the time they were constructing Stonehenge: A pretty awesome thought.

However, when universal time is extracted from the equation, we can actually show light not to be a constant in a vacuum, and allow a vessel to move at any velocity it wants, and simultaneously protect any person on board the said craft.

If we simply extract time, we can manipulate a universe, or replicate it might be a better term, within a framework dimension. And this basically means, we could construct a Spacecraft that applies instinctively to its own individual universal criteria; a touch like building a universe inside a universe.

I initially thought when undertaking this mammoth task, I would believe those who had witnessed ufologist events, rather than the coveyed science we still cling to so desperately. And my results were not only frightening, but astounding.

Specifically, I only ever really wished to prove two points: (i) we could allow God to enter our universe from the nothingness, and (ii), we could show those who claim to see Spacecraft not entirely crazy after all. But like most original ideas, by the time it came forwards to fruition something strange had happened, a domino effect had entered the idea - and it progressed out of all intension.

When you look for specifics in this field, you tend to find they have a nasty habit of relaying themselves into much more monumental analogies: I capitulated to this insatiable desire and just followed what emerged.

When my friend suggested I took timeout, he meant steal a year from my life and see what happened, well, what happened was fifteen years later, a mountain of paperwork, lots of original thought and a few grey hairs, I found myself in the unenviable position of trying to process my thoughts in to a pocket sized anthology everyone can easily understand. Only to help the reader enjoy the work, I decided to continue with the original thought and espouse it in an original piece of literary entertainment. It seemed appropriate to do so.

At the same time, I also faced a couple of even bigger problems to solve.

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Below is a list of chapters for the Metaphysics Anthology. The book itself is designed as abit of fun! One man thinking out loud. You should not see it as science, merely enjoy the imagination of the human mind in full swing.

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