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The universe made up only of motion is created by an absolute static outside of the universe. Example on a small scale is electromagnetism generates from a power plant. The flow of those waves is only possible due to the static of the generator. However, that is not an absolute static as per the definition of it the absolute static has no matter, energy or space or time but creates it.