Your Law of Dimensional Cycle (LoDC) doesn’t apply to cosmologies as a whole though, it only applies to yours and other cosmologies where it’s true.
It’s a rule/law in your cosmology, yes, but it’s not a law that applies to any cosmology that could be made up by anyone. Anyone can very easily ensure that LoDC is false in their cosmology whereas it’s more difficult to do so with the Law of Cosmological Subjectivity (LoCS), As Above so Below (AAsB), or the Law of Box Equivalency (LoBE).
LoCS states that cosmologies are subjective; AAsB states that for some property of any structure, the property is shared by at least one other larger or smaller structure (within the same cosmology or not); and LoBE states that any structure stated to be above the Box (structure that contains every concept and thing by definition) is still in the Box and/or possibly equivalent if it essentially has the same definition as the Box.
The thing about the “Laws of Cosmology” described on the page is that they’re supposed to be valid for all cosmologies. Your thing falls under “Laws of your Cosmology” and it tells people how yours works. In that case, feel free to write a blog post elaborating the rules and laws of your cosmology.
If you’ve got some property that you think applies to all cosmologies, do tell the community and feel free to elaborate in the form of a blog post. If the community agrees with it, it can be put on the Laws of Cosmology page.
P.S. The property you’re proposing shouldn’t be super trivial or obvious like “there exists at least one law that applies to all cosmologies” or something like that. Do be creative.
Hello, I request permission to use phrases from your Wikia to be used on my website, as it focuses on... Well, it could be a very curious mix between a Cosmological Fantasy, a fanfic, and/or mashups. Please, just don't ask me to explain what exactly these words will be used for. It will go on for hours. Like this request message, but longer. So am I given your permission to use the phrases for my puropses?
Let us assume that our real universe coexists with an infinite variety of realities and each would have an infinite variety of gradations of difference-likeness. We know that our universe emerged from a quantum vacuum and that this would probably be the source of many different big bangs, but is it likely that there are different types and forms of pre-cosmogony in the multiverse? How so pre-cosmogony? In the case of our universe it would be a quantum vacuum. For a possible universe in which Christianity would be real then it would be God and so on. In a multiverse, would you have a huge variety of "pre-cosmogonies" or "origins" coexisting at the same time? I know there's no evidence, it's a guess.
So... I'm not sure if you've read the small discussion I had with tony on the discord. I don't have access to it right now so I don't know everybody else's opinion or if a consensus has been reached or what.
Anyway, I figure it would be good to leave this somewhere on the wiki as well for future reference so here it is: We need to define what some of the categories mean.
As I've interpreted things from when I got here, and the way I've described them on the cosmology page is that anything smaller than a universe is astronomy and anything larger is cosmology. At least up to omniverse it was all covered by astronomy. With "beyond cosmology" being for things larger than or outside of even that. But categories like "super cosmology" and "alternative cosmology" where a little bit more confusing.
I've had this conversation about the badly defining categories with Soup before but he wasn't certain either and said it was better to wait and leave it as is.
Tony was redefining the categories and I thought that an unilateral redefinition of them wasn't the best thing to do so I left those comments on the discord. Now I've seen you taking things that I would imagine belong in astronomy and putting them in cosmology so I'm getting confused.
Isn't it time that precise definitions are put up anywhere around here to avoid these situations?
super cosmology -> between multiverse and omniverse
beyond cosmology -> right now is defined as anything megaverse and above and things that transcend cosmologies
but everything's still a mess :p
what about if we made beyond cosmology for things that are larger than omniverse or that do not conform with the smaller structures
that would also mean removing multiverse and above from cosmology itself
so cosmology ends up with all types of universes and a few large structures inside the universe
the question of where those largest structures inside universe belong still remains: astronomy or cosmology?
and if cosmology ends up with just a bunch of universes what is the difference between it and the verse category?
there isn't that many people here right now that it you would run the risk of stepping on many people's toes.
And I don't mind helping tony doing the housecleaning or even doing it myself. mindless work is easy enough and it helps me think.
ya, I like organization and I have an opinion on how I would organize it but this is not about me and I guess that any organization is better than no organization. otherwise if you don't agree just tell me to shut up about it, that everything is good, and I will.
So, just did a few of them. Added them up to the categories they would belong within those definitions above.
Didn't remove them from any categories though but probably also needs to happen.
The problem of cosmology vs verse remains though.
And the category alternate cosmologies is more or less unused. It has the box and altarca and I've added my stuff there because I though it was for alternative types of cosmologies or something like that.
I also don't understand why some entities ended up in cosmology or super cosmology.
Oh, and there's a fictional universe category with a single page in it. I thought this stuff was all fictional :p
I know I know I'm a pain. I do like organization :\
Consider any structure Universe or above as Cosmology, or perhaps we considered any celestial object relating to any sort of Cosmology. Get rid of Alternate cosmologies and fictional universes if you want.
If you've been looking at recent changes and at the home page, Tony's been clamping down. He protected the Cosmology Tier page so that only certain users could edit it, and then proceeded to change the main page saying that you need admin permission to make pages.
This is not what a wiki is about. Quality control (deleting pages that are absolute garbage) is different from authoritarianism (requiring people to consult admins, usually on the Discord - which many people might not even want to join). A recently arrived user, ThisWriter, feels like his ideas are being repressed, and Tony is largely responsible.
I would seriously ask you to reconsider how we handle new content on the wiki, and take appropriate action if needed. This is simply not acceptable.
I just stumbled upon your wikia and it kinda catched my attention. How does it work here? Can anyone make any concepts of verses and dimensions? I was kinda confused, since I can't seem to find any rules or guide here.
Welcome to the wiki. I'm not Matthew, but I'm an admin, so I might be able to help to some extent.
This wiki runs on two basic principles: cosmology, and geometry. If you want to pursue the former, you're free to work on space-related articles, as well as the big important -verse articles. If the latter is more interesting, there's plenty of shape articles that need some work too, and lots that haven't been added yet. We welcome contributions of all sorts, but we generally try to keep the quality not abysmally low (there's a backlog of articles that need elaboration; we're working on that). This wiki branched off from All Dimensions because that one was just going completely into the toilet with quality.
If you want to submit a new -verse or dimension or whatever, go for it. We'll be around to offer feedback and correct things that are inconsistent, but if you don't like that and want to make a new cosmology that isn't connected to ours, head on over to Cosmology Tier and add a new section for yours.
If you have more specific questions, now's the time to ask.