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Quantum medium is a metaphysical continuum fabric full of primal energy. This energy contains information of the existence in all its manifestations, the metaphysical continuum that makes a quantum medium display in the “real” embedded in the First Thinker’s thought. Quantum medium is expressed in a fractal way; that is to say that the information of thoughts is multiplied infinitesimally, and so it makes the manifestation of existence infinite.
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