posted on Feb, 27 2013 @ 02:40 AM
Originally posted by Cinrad
I was almost ok with dark matter until they introduced dark energy. So I tried it myself, tried to pay my tuition fees with dark money.... it didnt
wash very well.
You couldn't pay your tuition fees with a washing machine either, but that is a physical attribute of reality that has an associated value.
The more I look at how things inter act on the smallest scale, the more I wonder just how much it relates to the macro scale. We're really only
capable of seeing either way to a certain extent. And whether we like it or not, that's a limitation. Everything goes on infinitely in both
directions. You will never look at something small enough to see the caulk that god put in place to define the plane we exist on.
We will always be able to see something smaller, but we're limited by our own size and scope.
There are tiny tiny insects that exist that move in the air, like it is a fluid. It is viscous and sticky to them, like water to an amoeba.
You have to wonder, how a fish considers the air. Is it outer space? It will die if it enters it without a way to respire. It moves in a 3-d world
where it's not limited to any direction, it's got all 3 at it's disposal - not restricted in any meaningful manner by gravity.
So to suddenly find up and down, left and right in the air-world where gravity affects up and down as any tilting axis, it must be confusing to how it
Imagine what a fish would thinka bout space! We are the fish, entering air, when we enter space.
So what is beyond space, is somehow so foreign to us because we only perceive things as we do in our limited scope.
What makes space stick together? If we were large enough to see it, what would we see, I wonder..
edit on 27-2-2013 by winofiend because: (no reason given)