Yes, I can see how frightening CAPS can be…especially when the words are more than two syllables.
Instead of attacking your readers (and I’m going to give you the benefit of the doubt and assume that your posts are written for your readers and not your own entertainment) why not try and make amendments to make it more readable and easier to comprehend. By no means am I saying strip away anything necessary but you must agree that the uppercase of certain words is just irritating, distracting and superfluous.
It’s really quite simple. I’m postulating the universe had no beginning but is infinitely regressive and potentially eternal. I base this on the following premises.
The universe exists incidentally, like a shadow, as a consequence of OMS existence, that is also infinitely regressive and potentially eternal.
The universe is comprised of substances, quanta, atomic, molecular, chemical and biological.
These substance have been submerged in processes that have resulted in evolution, which is a mechanism of process refinement, that has produced the universe in its current configuration including the sentient observer…that would be us.
That process refinement is motivated by nothing more complex than contra-distinction to OMS existence which emerges within the universe as polar opposition to OMS attributes.
And that OMS is the term designating this “something” as god-like in its capacity as the foundational anchor of, and from within the universe.
And that the existence of OMS can be inferred from the above listed empirically based scientific theoretics.
And that OMS did not create the universe, or has any inter-active role in the process refinement taking place continually thruout.
I have provided a rather extensive theoretic model to support these premises. And it appears the form in which I presented has intimidated folks overly much with my choice of terms and the use of caps. Now this is the much shortened version, so if anyone has any relevant criticisms I reserve the right to refer them back to the original version for clarification.
End of story.