Explaining reality as a coin with two sides still makes it something having parts. So I want to come back to the idea of reality as the difference between infinity and finity.

And with the new idea that infinity is a potential. As Ra said: "There is unity. This unity is all that there is. This unity has a potential and kinetic. The potential is intelligent infinity." (27.5)

So to make it consistent with what Ra said, I can change my idea to: Reality is the unity of infinity and finity. It's the same meaning as 'difference' in this context since both unity and difference are relations. And this single relation is all there is. And from this relation there are new relations from the one relation itself to infinity and finity, and from those new relations result and so on in an endless and completely interconnected web of relations. This web of relations expands forever which produces time and the manifested reality.

In graph theory a relation is a line between points. And when there are relations from the relations themselves it's called a hypergraph.

Interestingly, in the Wolfram Physics Project they use a hypergraph as their fundamental model of physical reality. I'm a huge fan of the Wolfram Physics Project and even though their model quickly becomes extremely complicated and over my head, their foundation can be represented by a hypergraph consisting of only lines and points.

And with the new idea that infinity is a potential. As Ra said: "There is unity. This unity is all that there is. This unity has a potential and kinetic. The potential is intelligent infinity." (27.5)

So to make it consistent with what Ra said, I can change my idea to: Reality is the unity of infinity and finity. It's the same meaning as 'difference' in this context since both unity and difference are relations. And this single relation is all there is. And from this relation there are new relations from the one relation itself to infinity and finity, and from those new relations result and so on in an endless and completely interconnected web of relations. This web of relations expands forever which produces time and the manifested reality.

In graph theory a relation is a line between points. And when there are relations from the relations themselves it's called a hypergraph.

Quote:"In mathematics, and more specifically in graph theory, a graph is a structure amounting to a set of objects in which some pairs of the objects are in some sense "related". The objects correspond to mathematical abstractions called vertices (also called nodes or points) and each of the related pairs of vertices is called an edge (also called link or line).[1]" - Wikipedia

"In mathematics, a hypergraph is a generalization of a graph in which an edge can join any number of vertices. In contrast, in an ordinary graph, an edge connects exactly two vertices." - Wikipedia

Interestingly, in the Wolfram Physics Project they use a hypergraph as their fundamental model of physical reality. I'm a huge fan of the Wolfram Physics Project and even though their model quickly becomes extremely complicated and over my head, their foundation can be represented by a hypergraph consisting of only lines and points.

Quote:"At the lowest level, the structures on which our models operate consist of collections of relations between identical (but labeled) discrete elements. One convenient way to represent such structures is as graphs (or, in general, hypergraphs).

- https://www.wolframphysics.org/technical...structure/