It is a fallacy to assume that entities are made up of details. Only broken entities are made up of parts. Working entities are a single monolith. To take something from the monolith, you need to destroy it. The world is a nondeterministic system consisting of monolithic perfect entities.
Division of the system automatically generates multiplication of the system outside. The division of the system is a process of infinite fall, which does not require energy expenditure, but releases energy.
What is time? The process of expanding the past at the expense of energy coming from the future, that is, from outside. Does the universe grow like this? Time and space are identical entities, so we can assume that the expansion of the universe occurs in a similar way. The universe is a system that absorbs energy from the outside, and so expands by dividing into internal forms.
The point is that you should not just reach critical mass, but increase the size of the system, avoid detonation. In other words, the system must be restrained. However, when the system reaches the maximum possible mass, all barriers must be removed and the system first it will fold under its weight to a point, and then it will explode and a new universe will be created.
The accumulation of critical mass in the system must occur simultaneously in time and space. It is not enough to accumulate material entities, you need to accumulate time. The average critical mass accumulation time for a system to detonate is five years. The more material accumulated over five years, the stronger the growth will be.
Man is something like an emissary of the ideas of non-existence in reality. Perfection wants to enter the real world through a person. The system resembles an hourglass, when infinite nothingness tries to fill being with itself. When being will overflow and reach a critical mass, it will explode and again turn into nothingness.