Lawsonomy Volume One

CHAPTER 3

SPACE

The physical manifestation of Life is dependent upon three fundamentals—matter—movement—space.

There could be no movement without matter. There could be no matter without space. Without matter space would be devoid of all physical life.

Space is the home of life. It is a house without rooms or walls or boundaries of any kind.

Space extends everywhere and contains everything. It is the place without limits where life can roam forever in changing forms according to unchangeable natural laws.

Space always was, is now and always will be. It had no beginning and it will have no end. It was not created, nor can it be destroyed. It is eternal.

Space has no size, shape or center. It has no inside or outside. It has not latitude nor longitude nor time. It is without limits in largeness and smallness. Space is immovable.

When living things attempt to measure space it is done by comparing distance between objects that come within the scope of their own sight.

In my book CREATION I called attention to the following absolute facts:

If Space extends everywhere then it can have no limits; it can have no boundaries of any kind. If it were not so, how could that which extends everywhere be enclosed? If Space were enclosed then it would not extend everywhere.

If Space extends everywhere and cannot be bounded, then it can have no size, for that without limits cannot be measured.

If Space has no size and cannot be measured, then it can have no shape.

If Space extends everywhere without limits and has no size or shape, then there can be no direction in Space.

If Space is not limited to size and has no shape or directions, then it can have no center.

If Space has no size, shape, directions or center, and cannot be measured, then straight lines, planes, squares, cubes, triangles or circles cannot be used to describe Space.

If Space is not limited to size and has no shape, direction or center, and its largeness is unbounded, then there can be no limits or boundaries to the smallness of Space.

As Space extends everywhere and has no size, shape, direction, largeness or smallness, there can be no inside nor outside to Space.

Space, which extends everywhere and contains everything, could have no beginning. For, if Space extends everywhere and contains everything, what could it have begun from?

Space, which extends everywhere and contains everything, can have no end. For, if Space extends everywhere and contains everything, what could it end with?

If Space had no beginning and can have no end, then there is no such condition as Time throughout Space.

Space is immovable. For, if Space extends everywhere, where could it move to?

It is difficult for the human mind, developed through observance of familiar objects within reach of the senses, to grasp the idea that Space has no size, shape, directions, measurements, inside or outside, time or movement, but to be able to understand the cause of life and action, one must begin to think from these basic premises or one's work in physics, economics, mechanics and natural laws will be set upon the quicksands of theory, uncertainty and fallacy.


Accept facts when proved; consider theories not

proved; reject fallacies that are disproved.


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