The Physics of Easter

Easter used to be a conundrum for me.

As a kid, I understood it was supposed to be a celebration of some sort, but couldn’t understand why somebody had to die to and come back to life to make the Bunny appear.

As an adult, I also struggled with the seemingly illogical legend that allowed someone to be magically reanimated. Impossible, right?

As it turns out, there is a viable physics framework that makes it easy for God to come into my mind, onto to my front doorstep, and then go back whence he came.

It’s called Binary Dimension Theory, and it’s easy.

Binary Dimension Theory gives us an Easter gift, and it is much, much better than a fluffy bunny holding a chocolate egg.

As the first physics Theory (that I know of), that postulates a defined boundary between our physical world and something incredibly different, Easter becomes a probability, not a possibility.

Elsewhere in The Pool you will find reference to Higgs Gates. You will also find a correlation between Higgs Gates and Heaven.

Higgs Gates are Theoretical physics constructs defined as mathematical limits that form the literal boundaries of the physical universe. It’s a math thing, and it’s a fundamental part of Binary Dimension Theory.

For Christians, in particular, the Higgs Gate is good news, because it acts as a portal into, and out of our Dimensioned Universe, and is best possible explanation  of The Resurrection Story.

So is it possible to pass through a Higgs Gate? … Yes.

Higgs Gates are literally where the elements that constitute your body, and where your soul passed through, en route to our Solar System.

Can a soul go backwards and forwards through a Higgs Gate? Yes. Can the constituent elements of your body do the same? Surely.

So could Jesus, or (fill in your favorite faith entity), have passed through, and then returned through a Higgs Gate? Yes, of course. Souls travel Higgs Gates unimpeded.

With those physics Facts in hand, suddenly Easter is no longer an article of blind faith. It is instead an imminently possible, and highly probable construct of Theoretical physics.

For more on Binary Dimension Theory, just follow the underlined hyperlinks above.

Happy Easter!

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