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L and Worlds

[3] Explanation: L is only in the highest worlds identical to the world (world of L), in all low worlds ze is different from them. The difference bases upon the fact that the worlds for themselves form closed units and L stands above them. It is not compelling that L has reference to all (parts of the) worlds.

[565] L rather withdraws from parts of the world where zis presence is no longer needed. Therefore, ze grants the creatures more space. So it is not surprising that L is hardly any present in our world. This does mean neither that one cannot meet zer nor that ze no longer deserves or estimates our devotion. The more complex the worlds become, the more we find L.

[4] The highest of L is not a one-sided exaggeration: It includes also the low, which L must also be to "live" the narrowness. L is not perfect in the sense that ze is in everything the best. Ze is subject to the interplay of the forces within zerself and the worlds.

[5] One of these forces is the evil, which represents, due to its central meaning, its own impersonal power, like the good also. Both powers are opponents and are subject only to the word of L. This is the highest law that each power and each individual must accept. L establishes the equation between good and evil.

[6] The word of L cannot think about the worlds or create them contrary to L. This is a strong clue for the existence of L. The imperfectness of our world is an image of the initial imperfectness of L, which includes zis errors. To demand perfection from L does not do justice neither to zer nor to us since each creature needs leeway.

[582] The word of L is most important to L. It contains the most important things all creatures need to know: The actual, the target and the future. It is to respect by every human being who can grasp it. It is present to every world in the version applying for it. It allows deliberately space for own discoveries of the creatures and does not explain the world completely. Who offends against it, is subject to the punishment of L.

[899] It is so important because L incurs with it a dept towards the creatures: To love them to all eternity and to be good to them according to zis word. If ze would not manifest it, zis intentions were not transparent and universally valid. There would be space for arbitrariness to them. We understand the world (better) through it and have a legal remedy against zer in our hands.

[583] L is not only there for the world and its creatures, but has a private sphere. This is to respect. Ze can divide zis awareness, but now and then ze stops the run of the world of the creatures, but they notice it. So the most exciting ideas can be realised. This does not mean that ze does not seize the ideas of the creatures next to zer: They can be on the contrary real help.

[584] The creatures of our world can say nothing new to L. Their (relative) achievement can only be at best to have made the best of their life at their time. Therewith they will be able to impress L. An ambition in this direction can never go astray, but the best is not unique: It must be the best in the sense of L. Therefore, it is so important to regard L and not oneself or others as yardstick.

[10] L is infinite, while our world is only finite since we cannot comprehend the infinite. In order to be able to undergo the infinite, we would have to make a jump into an infinite (own) world. L may have preferences in order to be able to make up a ranking of the best.

[11] There are worlds that are chaotic and turbulent. Ours is not since it has available the balance of tranquillity. L must likewise endure the unbalanced worlds like the balanced. This does not diminish, however, zis grandeur.

[390] L created the worlds successively since ze also needs new scopes. There are infinitely many worlds, which we all may get to know, if we want. The creation of new worlds is a not completed process of L. L assigns to extraordinary fine creatures own (infinite) worlds, in which they may show under control of the divine instances and L how closely they adhere to L.

[1195] The time of the divine instances is running faster in relation to our one, since they are much more developed than we are. In return, they experience more worlds. These are running in a kind of time slicing: i.e. the time stops for the concerning world again and again, namely after a time chosen by the divine instance. Thus, different subsequent worlds can be offered to each world without significant delay.

[409] L stops now and again the run of the worlds in order to rest and only to pursue what interests zer. We do not realise this pauses since we do not have a reference to them but bridge the gap by direct reference. The pauses have no uniform length, but depend on the will of L. In all other respects, ze adheres to the work of the divine instances.

[789] L is not growing exponentially since this is a form of greed. The rethinking of the entire effects of the creation of only one new substance is doubling zis knowledge. Therefore, L is growing polynomially and the creatures can come level with zer polynomially. Due to the differently proceeding times, L cannot say how old the finite universe is, especially since there are no recordings in the beginnings.

[875] With s substances that are scalable in no more than z states, and a atoms t z^(as) considerations are to be made with t provided points of time to understand the world completely. Since a consideration of the order can be largely dispensed with, it is not included in the formula. If one subscripts the base items, the formula can still be stated more precisely: The power products are then to add over all points in time.

[849] Since L always works on the world w(2, n+1), which has the same cardinality as the power set of the existing largest world w(2, n), and the creatures only come into this world when it is finished, L is always larger than all previous worlds - especially since this world of L is part of zerself. Since ze can explore this world with w(2, n+1) methods, but does not want to explore it with w(2, n+2) methods, it takes polynomial time.

[850] W(2, n+1) does not consist only of all subsets of w(2, n), but contains essentially new. If L wants to build every world in finite times, the units explored per unit of time must be only little (a constant factor) smaller than the world itself. L grows with every completion of a w(2, n+1)-world of course not polynomial, but over-exponential. These jumps are to exclude in terms of growth.

[851] After a w(2, n +1)-world is ready, the first partial worlds are created. Their growth is polynomial. The entrance into the partial worlds means for the creatures a large, but the relatively lowest possible jump. The fact that L always creates power sets one can explain to oneself by power series: It is extended by the powers of two 2^(n+1) to 2^(2^n) (unique representation of a binary number).

[852] At the same time, the power sets also represent concerning cardinality the set of all subsets of the original world. L explores the new worlds indeed in finite time, but the time increases significantly with each power set. Substances represent always only a small fraction compared to the many (total information). Is w(2, n+1) done, those divine instances are appointed for w(2, n) that take then the place of L.

[853] L would do zerself no service if ze created all possible worlds at once. There would be nothing new for zer to discover anymore and ze could no longer take the wishes of the creatures into consideration that emerge in each world. One cannot accuse L that life has not developed faster: As complex as it is, it may need its time. L has no hurry, may the impatience of the creatures be ever so large.

[999] L targets for the work on a new world level the need of double time as for the work on the previous world level. Each world level emerges thus in finite time, which makes up approximately the sum of all previous times. Neglecting the nonlinear times, the approximate age of L and the universe can be stated with 2^2374839 Earth years.

[1000] L is currently working on the 2374836th world level. This corresponds to aleph(2374835). Would L not be also in an expansion development, but be in everything infinite, so ze would reduce zerself to a level of infinity, from which ze could expand. Because standstill or an eternal mixing of the same is not to endure for any living creature: L can enjoy zis life this way.

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