posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 04:38 AM
reply to post by Dynamike
This is the only part I think you're missing (highlighted):
Trees aren't trees. They're really just a bunch of atoms.
Atoms aren't atoms. They're really just a bunch of subatomic particles.
Subatomic particles aren't subatomic particles. They're really just a bunch of wave/particle dualities. (For now - because we can't see beyond
My point is, we keep looking for what is making these images, but all that we keep finding is more images; and while its fun to try to create good
concepts for the images that we become aware of, and it even fuels our creation of more concepts of good, it is really just a wild goose
chase/scavenger hunt to try to find the cause of the images within the images.
So, what makes us believe any of it is any more than images that we are lead to see in order to have faith?
It could be two penguins having a snowball fight, and we just see trees. And those penguins are just images as well. Redundant, I know.
And the same goes for this amplituhedron. It is an image that might help define other images, and that is pretty cool, but in truth, the image of the
designer, or concept creator of all of the images, won't be seen or known unless he wants to be.
He said he created us in his image, so this is where we should be looking
- not at an amplituhedron - not for the real answer to these images,
or this reality.
edit on 9/25/2013 by Bleeeeep because: fix