Well, let's define the term as the specific infinite series,

infA ≡ [1+1+1+...]

Just a single infinite line would give us infA^2 points on that line

Where did you get that equation from?

All of your maths are incorrect sir.

An infinite line, is infA.

An infinite plane, is infA^2

An infinite line has no need for a step value, because it is infinite.

A. The equation is infinite line/stepvalue. Stepvalue=smallest possible particle in the universe*

amount of possible particles/total particle count. (This is greyed, because it is an iterative function. The whole process from step A to B is repeated*amount of possible particles. The first iteration the value is 1/1. After subsequent iterations, the value is the amount of possible particles/index. Index starts at 1, and increases by 1 each iteration. The graphs will indicate which particle count ratios are indicative of which probabilities. From there, we can cross reference them to mass estimations and then cross reference them to localised observations.)

Secondly, the universe is finite. We add a value, finiteline, equalling the diameter of the universe.

Time is a dimension, so we have that to add in the equation's flux. For now, the time is finite.

The equation is now (finiteline/stepvalue)*(timeline/timestep)

Then we make the line fill the entire plane of the universe.

((finiteline/stepvalue)*(timeline/timestep))^2

The equation now represents a plane in time. We then expand it, to form a cube.

((finiteline/stepvalue)*(timeline/timestep))^3

The universe is more of an egg shape, so we convert it into a spheroid. Cubetospherereductionfactor=C2SrF

C2SrF=diameter^3/(4/3*pi*(diameter/2)^3)≈diameter^3/(4.19*(diameter/2)^3)≈cubevolume/1.91

Our equation is now

((finiteline/stepvalue)*(timeline/timestep))^3/C2SrF

and represents a Sphere.

Since we assume the universe has no timestep, we reformulate the equation to

((finiteline/stepvalue)*(timeline/0))^3/C2SrF

However, division by error occurs, so we must approximate a timestep.

We assume the smallest possible timestep is analogous to the smallest possible detectable movement, thus the smallest possible sinewave amplitude in the universe. So we create a variable, smallestpossiblesinewaveamplitude, or spsa for short.

Our equation becomes

B. ((finiteline/stepvalue)*(timeline/spsa))^3/C2SrF

Since the equation is predictive of the future, we are unsure what the value of timeline is, but it is >13.8. We have two options, to make the time variables consciousness based, or materialist based. Since consciousness cannot be used to predict what is

outside of itself, the materialist world, we use the materialist world based equations, to predict the formulation of consciousness.

We assume timeline to be infinite, so the equation becomes

((finiteline/stepvalue)*(inf/spsa))^3/C2SrF

To predict homogeny, every single particle in the universe must be in a homogenous state. Since due to heat laws, it is improbable to freeze all particles in the universe. Energy is not created or destroyed, but perhaps this is incorrect, and particles are getting colder, losing vibrations to the aether. This is possibly the reason for universal expansion, as heat energy is converted into expanding space. The possible state is that all particles have the same velocity, but in order to be homogenous all particles must have no vibration, and therefore frozen. This is a very low probability state. However, if we were to map out the equation, it would look like

chance of frozen=amount of particles in the universe at absolute zero/amount of particles in the universe*probablity of losing energy to the aether.

(being within the time frame of reference used to determine probability, usually 100 Earth years.)

probability of homogenous heatloss (pohh)=((finiteline/stepvalue))^3/C2SrF)*chanceoffrozen^-(((finiteline/stepvalue))^3/C2SrF)*chanceoffrozen)

This is a very small value, but it is not a complete equation yet. We must also multiply it by the infinite span of time.

Therefore, the equation becomes 100% probability, if the probability of losing energy to the aether is higher than zero, but the rate of gaining energy from aether is on average less than losing energy to aether. We must also infer that aether is not a particle, and is either wholly part of our consciousness, or completely undetected and irrelevant to our consciousness.

So, the chance of absolute homogeny in the time dimension, ie. no more movement in the universe, is 100%, if the probability of losing energy to the aether is higher than zero, and the rate of gaining energy from aether is on average less than losing energy to aether.

However, if all particles in the time dimension are homogenous, then the probability of physical material homogeny is zero, since atoms cannot be moved around if they are frozen!

So, we have to calculate the probably of a certain arrangement, perhaps a grid. But a grid will not work, because there is still spatial homogeny. Therefore, the only way of absolute homogeny, is through particle unison (superharmony), massive gravity violating the atomic permability laws.

When atomic permeability is breach, nuclear fusion occurs, however, in this case, gravity forces prevent nuclear fission from ever occuring. Therefore all atoms become as one, and due to their high gravity forces, they lose all vibrations. Thus, the only way to achieve absolute homogeny is through a black hole. However, the atom at the center of a black hole is still something, it has outside of it that which it is not. Therefore, absolute homogeny, the singular atom, is still something, absolute homogeny is not nothing. We assume their is no outside perciever of the atom, and thus it becomes nothing, but surely with an outside perciever, it becomes something. Therefore absolute homogeny is possible, but true nothingness is debatable, unless the gravity of the atom becomes so powerful that it collapses in on itself, and never inverts, becoming a zero value entity, impossible to see the scale of even at an infinite magnification.

Thus, we must map out black hole laws, and map the equation of how likely are the orbiting black holes going to coallesce, becoming ever bigger and bigger katamaris, eventually gaining enough momentum and stead to devour all things. We must map out the probable paths, to see if they will ever gain enough stead to diverge from their orbit, and gain enough momentum and stead to devour galaxies, and once galaxies, all things. We must determine the maximum gravitational reach of the singular atom.

Secondly, we must map out consciousness and what it is, to see if it can or will survive the singular atom.

We gloriously await our demise!