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  • ThisWriter

    No, this is not about contradicting my previous blog on this topic. Instead I'll try to explain and make some things clearer.

    There are lots of ways to go beyond the Box but one way is not like the others.


    When I came to this community I was interested in posting my world-building experiments and was looking for what would be mainly a world-building community interested in exploring the cosmological scales. That is why I stayed on this community, it looked to be exactly that.

    I'm much more interested in that fictional part of the wiki than on the geometry information, although its all interested and the topics are still things I do enjoy. They just are not the reason why I came and not my focus while I'm here either.


    So, I'm here with a mindse…



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  • ThisWriter

    I have been validely criticized about my liberal usage of the word "universe" to mean things very different from our universe. So here is my attempt at defining these words in a little bit more precise way to avoid confusions. At least in the way that I use them. I'm not trying to mandate these definitions into anyone else.


    Verse has been used on the wiki as a generic word for any type of cosmological structure that relates (is similar enough) to the universe as we know it at least in some way.

    This word is usually in conjunction with a prefix which usually indicates at what level in the cosmology the structure exists. That is what originates words like Universe, Multiverse, Megaverse, Archverse, Omniverse and many others. They simply indica…


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  • ThisWriter

    As above so below

    March 21, 2018 by ThisWriter

    This is a concept that can be seen as another cosmological law. Its name pretty much says it all.

    It appears as somewhat of a generalization of the concepts of Microverse and Macroverse. Basically it says that whatever can exist at any level of the Cosmological Scale, can also exist at another level, both higher or lower.

    Any structure with property X can be defined at any level of that scale. It can be defined as being a universe, a multiverse or a omniverse. Property X, no matter what it is, has no influence on the level on which the structure is defined.

    As a small list of examples:

    • Solar Systems form structures like galaxies and galaxy clusters inside universes but universes can also easily form similar structures inside multiverses and mu…
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  • ThisWriter

    I'm writing this blog post because I'm in disagreement with the new vision of the Box that is starting to form.

    Before the Box was the uncontested accepted top level structure of everything. Now some people are starting to accept the existence of some structures outside of it and I disagree with it. I was asked not to change the page of the Box to change this aspect of it so I'm putting my vision of all this on this blog post.


    When I came to this wiki I already had my own cosmology which included my own top level structure: the Omniumverse. Instead of falling back into that game of trying to out-beat everything else with it, after looking at the Box I've realized something, they could be seen as being the same thing, only described from a di…


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  • ThisWriter

    This law states that any possible new structure anyone comes up with to include everything else and/or be above everything else in the cosmological hierarchy will either be structurally identical to The Box or end up being smaller than it and, therefore, contained by it.

    According to this law, such attempts only end up creating different points of view of the same top level structure, nothing more.

    An example of this is the Imaginarium which, despite being quite different in description to the Box still is structurally identical to it on a fundamental level. Both are the fictional containers for everything. Both contain smaller elements (Altarcae and Imaginata) which are individual independent cosmologies. Those contain everything else insid…

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