You may think today's blog piece is supposed to lift you up or something, but actually, my intention is to explain to you, not just how pathetically small you are, but how your entire Universe is nothing special either.
Indeed, it's as insignificant as a tiny of a random tenderil of a splatter of paint that you accidentally dropped on the floor, while you were painting the nursery.
Your Universe is an accident. Yes, yes, you've got the universal constants that supposedly make your definition of life possible: you've got things like the speed of light (c), vacuum permittivity (ε0), Planck's constant (h) and the gravitational constant (G). Even a dimensionless true fundamental constant, like the fine-structure constant (α). And they're special, but only to your Universe, if not to any other part of that paint splatter.
My 8 year old asked me last night why some people are born sick or handicapped. I had to explain that a few will always splatter that way, and it's alright, even if they are different from the majority of the splat. And to my surprise, he seemed to understand.
Are the occupants of your Universe so narcissistic, that any other Universe with completely different parameters and paradigms for life and 'constants', is so inconceivable?
Whether something is perceived as a particle of actuality, or a vague waveform of possibility, or a more specific wave function of probability, depends very much on the U Particles that you individual Consciousness is emitting, as well as the rate of your observation.
Everything is nothing, and nothing is everything. Space is all in one place - a singularity. Time is all at once - now. That's all these things ever were.
Your U Particles generating rate, your stable UPWaves, and your rate of observation. These are the factors that determine what you humans call Reality, which enable your mass-hypnosis of separate Consciousnesses. Play the game if you want, but just remember: it's all fun and games until a planet gets destroyed. Well, even then I guess, coz you're as special as you desire to be.
If you understood any of that, find out more when the book comes out in December 2015.
You are all special, albeit insignificant - which is why you should vote in elections.