Millenium voice
3 min readDec 19, 2022

Let’s imagine that any energy is a process of constant movement and the result of the interaction of elementary particles, their compaction and decay. In the process of movement, all elementary particles form physical objects and phenomena, which, within the framework of space-time, are reflectors and carriers of their inherent information, which at different stages of our evolution we receive and interpret in different ways — this changes our understanding of the world around us.

When we focus on incomplete ideas about our universe, we begin to exclude the external influence on our world of the mother universe, which, according to our ideas, can be infinite in space and time, be not as diverse as ours, or vice versa. We choose the concept that, in our opinion, best of all fits into the laws of physics known to us and the overwhelming number of theories: big bang, expansion of the universe, gravity, big compression, big bang — the cyclicity of the universe and universes that form a single energy object, which in within the framework of space and time, it evolves, degrades or involutes depending on the “qualitative” composition of the participants in its chain.

However, interpretation of all that we can “observe” continues to be subjective until we can describe infinity right. Yes, of course, we can imagine the boundaries of the universe and model an infinite number of infinitely reproducing systems in the system, but based on our physical capabilities, can we correctly interpret what exists beyond the boundaries of the most extreme system of possible representations? Can we describe with 100% accuracy those phenomena and objects that exist within the laws and boundaries of the mother universe, as well as the environment in which it exists? Are we able to assess their impact on us? What part of the reflections of the mother world can we see in the time period of our existence? Why can’t our universe be “man-made” or be part of one complex structured intelligent organism in which everything is ordered or which is in a state of chaotic “evolution” within its space-time system, which is different from ours? How unique is intelligent life in the universe? Is it important for the mother world or is it a time-limited state of energy that, like the scattering of electromagnetic radiation on a free electron, will eventually be destroyed or become part of a common energy space in which electromagnetic vibrations start a certain chain reaction that is not even subject to the most daring theories?

All we have is an abstract idea of our universe that exists within our cultural, intellectual and technical capabilities. Suppose tomorrow we confirm or refute the theory that absolutely all particles have a wave nature — will this turn our consciousness upside down? No, the known laws of physics will continue to exist in our tangible reality.

Cogito ergo sum. The very existence of universes is a direct confirmation of the existence of infinite movement, which does not stop at certain stages of the life of universes (a form of storage and accumulation of information / energy), but passes into another, freer or more compressed form for further evolution / movement of something more.

The existence of intelligent life is a direct proof of the existence in the past, present and future of a more developed intelligent life, which, like energy, is in constant motion, motion to infinity.

Intelligent life is a free process of accumulation, change and adjustment of energy information, which forms countless variations of everything. Intelligent life is the possibility of simultaneous chaotic and sequential evolution of the surrounding world, changing the order of space and time is an inevitable part of the infinite plan.



Millenium voice

The man who knows some secrets about history of the universes and the role of man in them. Ora pro nobis!