Eternal Recurrence
The_Author
-Matter is finite, so its possible configurations must be finite. We can know the former because we know that matter once existed as a cluster or a singularity.

-Matter always changes from one configuration to another. Even solids vibrate constantly.

-Matter is never destroyed, never created.

Therefore, matter must eventually exhaust all possible configurations, and its changing-ness must be expressed by a return to a previous configuration.

"Possible", in this sense, refers to what actually happens, not to "what you are capable of imagining". This is because matter is subject to deterministic causal laws. Hence, the eternal recurrence does not mean that "everything that can be imagined to happen, will happen". Rather, it means that whatever it is that does happen, and that will happen, according to causal laws, will happen again and again in an eternal cycle that is repeated exactly the same way each time.

This provides a satisfactory explanation for the "big bang" cosmology. It is obviously retarded to suppose that some uncaused cause uncaused itself into causation or some low IQ superstitious shit like that. The expansion of matter had a cause. It is also pretty retarded to suppose a linear infinitude of causes is possible. The recurrence explains causes as infinite, but circular. The universe expands until the maha-pralaya, contracts, and expands again eternally and in the same exact way each time.

I have a theory based on atomism as to the mechanism for this, which I will share some time when I post this idea as part of Templist Canon. I wish to study it more first, perhaps to receive more divine communications from Shiva "or some low IQ superstitious shit like that".

Beside which, Templist Canon has just been published in PDF form as well as paperback, and I do not wish to change it so soon.

The PDF I have linked elsewhere.

The paperback of TC can be acquired here: https://www.amazon.com/Templist-Canon-Au...B0BM57TF7H
Hamamelis
Quote:-Matter is finite, so its possible configurations must be finite. ...
-Matter always changes from one configuration to another. ...
-Matter is never destroyed, never created.

Therefore, matter must eventually exhaust all possible configurations, ...

Your conclusion does not follow from your premises, and your premises have lots of missing pieces (most importantly, the expansion of the universe).
Matter being finite is only true locally, as far as we can tell.
Matter is always changing configurations, but not randomly, rather mostly unidirectionally, so some configurations being unique in time is a strong possibility (eg. almost all matter in the universe consisting of H- & He-Atoms)
The premise that matter is never destroyed is outright false (matter-antimatter collision, radioactive decay, free neutron decay are examples where fermions are converted into bosons).

I am not disinclined to believe the contraction-expansion-cycle. It could happen for different reasons, for example, I like the idea that at some point the expansion of our universe might reverse because bordering universes are expanding against ours.

As for the big bang, you should realise that the reason the big bang supposedly lacks a cause in our model of cosmology is that it is a mathematical conclusion. This goes for other things as well, eg. black holes. It's not that a phenomenon was noticed and the math was done afterwards. When the time parameter in certain equations goes to zero, these equations "describe" a state that was named the big bang. A cause cannot be included in these equations because they were inferred from a universe post- t=0.
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