a reply to: Alien Abduct
Is there such a thing as "complete stand-still" of absolutely everything? Or would it just be the wrong scale on the instrument? Maybe you can
approach it: but will never reach it, just opening up for something [in between: nothing & next to nothing]
Like insects, or humingbirds are faster moving than we are, have a shorter lifespan, what if they are just living "faster"? Measure time in their
speed percepton that takes the measuring dots beyond our minimum discernible signal?
We're trapped, we can't leave the dimension and the senses we use to determine reality. Capable of approaching "the truth" but we'll never reach
it, because it could be just our instrument isn't good enough... If we retry with the same outcome, could be because we measure with the wrong
methods? It's relative, you know, maybe if I speed up = the time I sense seems to be faster, but it could be just my perception working on a scale in
And yes, I threw in some audio freuency approaches in to something different, but there are fields we know that, what if there is no such thing as a
vacuum? As soon as you want to describe relity, you have to consider all the possiilties, at first, but I chose to believe, "It's all waves dude,
waves cause mutual reactions." But that could be just me, who enjoyed how we lately listened how Saturn sounds, the rosetta recordingds, how people
make volcano action into "music", there is sound everywhere, even if nobody listens to it. Maybe time is like that. If you slow it down, there is
still a tone, and you can lay things in between, interplaying, depending how you speed up or slow down, you "sense" something different, but it's
the same on different speed scales. But complete silence, is impossible, there is always a sound, if you hear it or not...