**the story of us**

**once, there was a before time**

**it lasted for 1.3 million years (the number of Planck times ^{2})**

**during that period before time, there weren’t any people, there weren’t any houses, there weren’t any animals or fields or clouds**

**there wasn’t the sun or the moon or the sky or the stars**

**even the ground we’re on wasn’t here**

**there wasn’t anything at all**

**we call it nothing**

**it doesn’t make any sense at all to consider that nothing comes to an end, so we have to attach the notion of expansivity to nothing**

**by attaching the notion of expansivity to nothing we have, in turn introduced a Dynamic**

**not only have we produced a dynamic, we have produced the prime dynamic of time**

**now we know, the largest amount of time nothing can generate at one time is 1^-43* of a second, and it can do so only once every 1.3 million years**

***this website uses the “Standard form” of powering numbers (there may be an easy-to-apply conversion formula for the two different ways of powering numbers)**

**during this period before time, nothing is running a calculation or perhaps acting out the mathematical implications**

**every mathematical “entity” must have both an infinite numerical structure and have endless, separate parts**

**Pi is probably the easiest to understand**

**pi is known as an Irrational number**

***this website uses the “Standard form” of powering numbers (there may be an easy-to-apply conversion formula for the two different ways of powering numbers)**