.Consciousness seems to enjoy a property of singularity of focus, as well as of synchronicity among plural iterations and contexts. Surely, every cell in my body is replaced multiple times during my life, yet some aspect of my identity, my I-ness, remains the same. Consciousness may abide as a one of a kind, singular entity that is limited only by math in terms of its potential for iterating, subdividing, overlapping, and complicating in vectors and unfoldings of disorganizations of the manifest and reorganizations and renormalizations of the potential.
A God who can will and image ITs-singular-self as variously organized perspectives and iterations of ITs-plural-self, among IT-self, would seem potent to renormalize just about anything that can be imagined in space-time. The challenging question is: What should we iterations of such reconciling Consciousness (God?) seek to coordinate as "NORMAL," as space-time unfolds? As Consciousness "grows," what should it (God?) seek to express, and how are we, bonded as we are to mere iterations and incomplete perspectives, to receive such instruction? What change-agents are attuned to sense, rather than merely rationalize, that metaphysic?
I don't see how mere science, free of resort to inner intuition, could "answer" such a question. To answer such a question, it would seem that space-time should be an empirically testable thing-in-itself. However, I don't fathom how space-time could be such a thing, by itself. Physicists often consider time to be a stubborn illusion. Illusion of what? Of consciousness? If so, must not the entire web of space-time be illusion, derivative of Will of Consciousness? Even as Will deludes and vectors itself, to believe space-time abides as a real thing in itself, I doubt all of reality could be empirically measured or reduced to a coherent and consistent explanation under any such a belief or model. I don't see how mere practice of delusion could force a metaphysic to become merely empirical. I don't intuit that any theory of everything could ever explicate all that is possible to make apparently manifest in physics..