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The sphere is intersected by lines thru its center.

Sorta like a spiked ball but with many spikes all around it.

The moment (the spiked dot) has thousands of spikes which represent possible paths to the next moment. That next moment then has thousands of spikes that represent possible paths to the next moment. Like a big jar of spiky BBs. All possible moments are there.

As we traverse thru time we establish a path of moments like a line thru the jar of BBs. It zigs and zags, loops and twirls as it progresses.

Each spike represents one possible outcome. Some paths are results of decisions while many more are results of cause and effect.

If we zoom out and look at the bigger picture we see that the jar is not really a jar but a single spike of a much larger dot. All emanating from the single moment of our conception.

We are traveling within a single spike with limited possible outcomes. As we age, our spike path reduces in the number of paths for each moment until there is only one more moment left, like the point of a needle.

On that last moment, there are no more paths to more moments and we die.

Destiny can be thought of as the spike path within the larger spike path which is separate from all others. Like a diminishing fractal. We can't jump to a new spike because we have left its connections in the past. We are limited to only the paths that emanate from our current moment.

Since time always moves in one direction, we can never backtrack and take a different path spike to a new destination. Our destiny lies within the path we have access to.

Fate is the very last moment where no further spikes occur. The last dot on that line.

We don't know which spike will lead us down which path but all paths lead to a final moment.

Here is a limited graphic that show how it may look from a distant perspective. Imagine a single line from the center to the edge as the path of actual moments and the rest of the image represents all the possible moment. Each line is really a path of spiked dots strung together by destiny but viewed from a distance they appear as a line. Zoom in on any spot on any line and you would see a similar image, like a fractal.

This image is significant because it is a real image taken from The Cosmic Web.

The Network Behind the Cosmic Web

QUOTE:

*The concept of the cosmic web—viewing the universe as a set of discrete galaxies held together by gravity—is deeply ingrained in cosmology. Yet, little is known about architecture of this network or its characteristics. Our research used data from 24,000 galaxies to construct multiple models of the cosmic web, offering complex blueprints for how galaxies fit together. These three interactive visualizations help us imagine the cosmic web, show us differences between the models, and give us insight into the fundamental structure of the universe.*

The reason it is significant to destiny is because we are part of the Universe and the Universe is fractal. It shows the basic foundation of chaos and predicts destiny. It all fits together as the natural way of existence.