The Universe in an Hourglass: A Time for Everything
Every category has a point that, when reached, is every possibility, such as: color, light,
temperature, frequency, taste, sme ll, and e lement. All categories within existence and nonexistence
(zero to one hundred percent) are reflecting the larger truth. When it comes to the category recorde d
truth, there is, has, and will be a point in time that, when reached, is absolute ly everything. All things
within absolute ly all existence and absolutely nonexistence are made in itsâ€Ÿ universal image.
To understand the terms everything and infinity an individua l must turn to science, se lf-evident
Universal Truths, and a ll other reflections that make up existe nce. The smallest Universa l Truths in
nature, philosophy, mathematics, and sc ience are reflections of larger truths. There is no evidence in
my observations for infinite possibilities outside the boundaries of the absolute Universa l Truth:
none xistence and existence (0-100%). Absolute ly everything can be quantifie d from zero to 100
percent, and a ll that is infinite.
One of the greatest historic puzzlements of thought is this: How is a human be ing created? The
healing pieces to the puzzle were found within beautifully packaged human DNA. The ons, offs, and
varying neutrals can be compared to mathematically varying combinations of 0â€Ÿs and 1â€Ÿs.
When the package was opened, the puzzle began to be pieced together, and at last the whole huma n
genome had been decoded. Because of laborious scientific work by Nobe l sc ientists, the puzzle was
now complete. With completion came a healing satisfaction.
Humans transferred the information from one person to another like bra in ce lls firing.
DNA is found inside a remarkable area of the cell called the nuc leus. Because the cell is minuscule
and alive, structura l systems ha ve many DNA molecules per cell. Each DNA molecule is tightly
packaged. Each tiny organized bundle of compressed microscopic DNA, a long with prote ins, are
wrapped in what is called a chromosome. DNA spends a large amount of time in its chromosome form,
but during cell division, the package is opened.
As DNA unfolds, the Universal Truth within it is copied, and the copies transfer to new cells. The
science of genetics has beautifully simplifie d DNA into four chemical building blocks (everything)
required to complete an organismâ€Ÿs genome.
DNA is made up of chemica l building blocks called nuc leotides. Four nitrogen bases are found in
nuc leotides: adenine (A), cytosine (C), guanine (G) and thymine (T). In chemistry, a base is regularly
described as a substance that can accept hydrogen ions. The four bases are each assigned a one -letter
abbreviation. The sequence, of those bases is a ll that is needed to biologica lly instruct a strand of DNA.
For instance , the sequence (ATGCTT) might instruct for splendorous brown eyes, while (ATGCT)
might instruct for ma gnificent blue eyes. Other combinations create an array of stunningly vibrant and
colorful eyes. The structure of a DNA molecule is sometimes referred to as a helix (whic h is a pair of