posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 07:08 AM
reply to post by MrXYZ
Thanks To be honest, that's the reply I expected from most people as the stuff shown in that video should pretty much blow away anyone. And even
better, it's based on facts rather than wish belief!
Yeah, I'm only going through all the replies to this now... I'm amazed to see so many arguments and little to no appreciation.
I'm not scientifically minded, I did not study it so I am afraid I will not be able to participate much in this thread.
But I will add some of my very...unscientific thoughts.
When I stand outside at night and stare at the milky way Galaxy, I feel like I'm home. I feel like I am a part of something bigger. I cannot help but
picture Andromeda right next to us, knowing the Milky Way and her are participating in this dance that will eventually create a whole new set of life.
Even though I don't know exactly what it is. It's peaceful. It is the perfect balance of life itself.
As a star dies, and does it's thing, imploding, exploding and expanding, it creates life. Actually makes you wonder if you can really call it
'dying'. When it is in fact, creating... nothing goes to waste and everything is so finely connected.
When I picture the universe, I picture it like a bunch of spheres inside spheres. Each sphere is a dimension that cannot be seen by other dimensions..
I picture us humans as these balls of light or soul or energy that flings around in between these spheres, giving and taking 'life' as we are in
constant motion. I'm sure we play a part in the exchange of energies in the universe. Absorbing it like a sponge, filtering it, and then giving off
energy in our own way.
I dunno, it's a picture in my head that I can't really explain that well but your video really hits that note of 'understanding' for me.
I'm probably dead wrong, but hey... that's what in my head.. I guess we will all know one day.
Sorry for the ramble..