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A spectrum of size, defining the known bounds of the universe, would span a range from the Planck singularity up to the size of the universe, covering at least 70 orders of magnitude on the MKS system with the magnitude of our physical surroundings lying somewhere at the center of this hypothetical spectrum. This is possibly a result of our telescope/microscope observation capabilities in either direction.
This spectrum could possibly be in the form of a closed loop, with the Planck level of the spectrum infusing upwards throughout all higher magnitudes, all the way up into the size of the universe. This is possible if spacetime itself were a structure that is capable of propagating its information content throughout all orders of magnitude. It is the perfect feedback principle, wherein the details of the entire universe are permeating the entire universe. It is also one definition of a hologram, wherein all the information is distributed throughout the entire system, and it could explain the concept of entanglement.
How would nature implement this spectrum? The physics of a hologram fits such a requirement, and electron-type bands with connection points, or valences, are capable of providing the function of conveying information among all the physical constituents of the universe. The boiling, roiling physics at the Planck magnitude would generate the valence structure, allowing for the connectivity, projecting upwards throughout the entire spectrum. The morphologies of the entire atomic world would be generating as well as displaying the information content that lies hidden within this structure. Moreover, the spacetime structure itself would be holographically generating Time, as all the point masses of the universe, slowly moving in their orbits and pathways through the sky, would be modifying the entire holographic system, calculating a newer tomorrow, thus forever causing the changes we see surrounding us at our scale of size.
The first article was poorly written and incoherent
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Berman, B. (2017). The Universe is a Closed-Loop Size Spectrum. PHILICA.COM Observation number 176.