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Cosmic Oestrus Climaxing the Mathematics of Everything

Krishna Mouli Gupta


Science is untangling the mathematics of the universe. When finally teased out into one single thread, it is h the cosmic oestrum. One without a second is equal to nothing. Therefore ultimately the universe is nothing. The nothing-universe is in high fever because it is in its high oestrum pitch. All the heat/energy of the universe is nature's fever/oestrum heat. In the beginning, at Time Zero, nature-oestrum catches fever impulsively, then regains sense and starts to control fever. The order in nature is its regaining sense and controlling fever. Fever regulation is the matrix of laws of nature. The rule/standard/principle of everything is the collective cold compress (ccc) by nature. Fever/oestrum is responsible for evolution of species. Species vary from one another because they run different degrees of temperature. A species/sub-species is a pitch of fever. Sexual behaviour and level of intelligence of a species are determined by fever/oestrum pitch. Evolution of species is evolution from one pitch to another accompanied by change in sexual behaviour and level of intelligence. The universe is the paraphrase of its oestrum pitch.


Heat, oestrus, fever, self-creation, cyclic

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