posted on Feb, 27 2017 @ 09:40 AM
Life has been rather interesting, I first asked myself at a very tender age of 9(if my memory serves me well) who says everyone isn't just a thought
of mine? What could ever suggest to me that the vast majority isn't just my imagination. These days I've found myself with a bit more knowledge and
understand that everyone's perception of the open world is different, this applies not to just humans but all forms of life. For our system
interprets the information that's passed to us and then displays our vivid image of reality.
So this lead me to ask the question, 'Is there really such a thing as mastering the universe', by that I mean, Is there ever a point where we will
know everything and just live in bliss? I ask this because, as with anything, we cannot say it does or doesn't exist until we discover it and have
definitive proof. But it seems no matter how far you go, there will always be more. So for example, we find an element, we find that the element is
made up of atoms, then we find atoms are made up of protons, neutrons & electrons, then we find quarks. And the bigger the machine or more efficient
our tools, the more things we will find, it's essentially micro science madness, because the human brain will never be able to process the idea that
there is "Nothing" at the extreme base of creation. We wouldn't be able to interpret that 'nothingness' and so our brain will forever create a
place holder, so at what point do we stop? And this also expands out into larger universe, we will see an infinite expanse and never an end to it as
we cannot process the idea of a physically created barrier or the thought of nothingness.
I hope I got that out right.