Probably, yes. How could it be prevented? Given that something must exist, what is it most likely to be? Would it be objective, subjective, actual, potential, or what? A reasonable guess is that the minimal existence is a potential pleroma. This is self-creating creation.
Emotion comes before motion. This is the inflationary theory of cosmic mind, which must nonetheless be a singularity, because all existence is relational and integral, because that is what is most natural and robust. To create isolation is to create a void that is like creating a vacuum in the atmosphere, which requires work.
Out of this self-creating, self-inflating, potential pleromic sensorium there emerge things like proto-space-time, out of a self-organizing necessity. But before that there emerge proto-microcosms or selves, which then participate in eternal reorganization that manifests in cosmic phase changes which could be something like proto-space-time, for example.
The microcosms must have the potential for self-differentiation, which would entail boundaries within manifolds. These boundaries and selves emerge from an aboriginal cosmic personality split that may have been trauma induced, the trauma being related to the potential of infinite self-awareness. The fear of falling into that infinity keeps most of us firmly lodged in our respective skins, only fearing death.
The identity of indiscernibles may act to reinforce the exclusion principle between microcosms, until the big crunch, which recapitulates the inflationary big bang. Thus is cosmic symmetry maintained.
Self-maintaining psychic boundaries evolve into physical boundaries and then physics emerges. Good fences make good neighbors, unless they are gay bachelor farmers. Homophobia may partially translate to theophobia.
The Pauli exclusion principle, mysterious and complex though it is, may be the first principle of physics. The bosons are then just the cosmic bozos, or clowns of God. They have more magical possibility than us poor fermions.
Symmetry breaking is the beginning of normal reality. A physical barrier is a manifestation of a multidimensional psychic barrier. Everything is the skin of something. The void is the unobstructed universe. It is the fearful, fateful symmetry.
Self-awareness and privacy contrast with tribal awareness. God made creatures to further self-awareness in a secure, piecemeal fashion. And what happens when we work ourselves out of our jobs and out of our skins? God may forbid, but curiosity always gets the better of us cats. That is our destiny.
With skin comes metabolism. Reality is internalized and refined in bites. With immunity we maintain integrity. Food is digestible information. Redundancy is mostly illusory because of the caveats on indiscernibles. Physics is the illusion of habituation, reinforced by our instincts. Remember that the entire world could be woven from a single quark shuttling back and forth in the loom of time.
Skins are hollow, but rocks are not. Rocks are a tangible void. They are dead skin which can be like a skeleton. These bring us further into physics. Our bones are the measure of the world and the coordinators of space and so probably of time as well. Just ask the Centurions.
But let's look at physics from a more informational perspective. Computers are our informational Centurions. They crystallize information. Analog is just a fuzzy digital. Quantum rules. Space could be a spin lattice. Logic is the skeleton of the mind. There can be only one kNot, ramified into nothing.
How do we maintain the Olber and Fermi paradoxes? How does God keep everything from happening at once? We need lots of kNot -- lots of skin. The starry sky is our tribal skin viewed from the inside, with pours. The pours breath information that is pressuring us to jump out of our skin, pace NASA. The information from outside is beginning to connect with the information from inside. Lucy is in the Sky with M-branes.
Our eschatological Aquarium trick
will be to jump out of our skins without rumpling them. We maintain
our material umbilical while pushing technology through its own skin, probably
with the help of quantum computers. This is not forestalling, this
is foreplaying. This is our millennium, and the Aquarium is the pre-millennial
advent -- dramatic minimalism.