Continuing creation

No thing, no time, only process continually becoming, Such pressure from behind! Creation from the source of the big bang, continuously, inexorably.

1024px-CMB_Timeline300_no_WMAPCredit NASA, modified by Ryan Kaldari

I am here with a vertex, a perspective. Anything can happen.everything is always everywhere. Wait and observe, then link observations together Generating memory and the three axes of extension (length breadth and height) and time and me. (Without memory I cease to exist.) Randomly the universe is built. By QED and the Law of Least Action Common events occur commonly.. Being conscious I can choose and have free will.. Something is observed by me, I did not create it, But I order it and remember it. Spacetime begins. It is always beginning, and ending. Just an eddy in the multiverse

primordial process



No  things, no time,

Just Process

Process, Process.

Continual becoming,

Such pressure ongoing!

Creation from  whence

The Big Bang  came.

But it’s happening

All the time,

All the time.

But I am here with a vertex

A point of view

A perspective

Anything can happen

Tho’ common things

Happen frequently.

Everything is everywhere

All the time.

Just wait and observe.

By the Law of Least Action

At random apparently

The universe is built.

Common events occur commonly

And I can choose

As I am conscious

And have free will..

The builder?

The Everything

And Anything

The Source

Of love and power.

Is Everywhere.

So something is observed

By me

But I did not create it.

And spacetime begins.

It is always beginning

And always ending.


Where is quantum physics taking us?

Where do things go to when we lose them? You will have had the experience of looking for something one has just put down and failing to find it. Look well and nothing is found. The room is empty of the object one had in one’s hand a second ago. Nowhere to be found however hard one looks The_Time_Machine_Classics_Illustrated_133 Then five minutes later when thinking of something else one re-enters the room and there is the object in plain sight. Sliding Doors A film that investigates the two parallel lives that emerge as a result of the heroine making the choice between two trains for her journey home. Slidingdoors There is also the question of time travel, is it possible or not? What is philosophy? I have been driving along and someone looking straight at me drives out into the road as if I was not there. I have to take avoiding action otherwise we would have crashed into each other. Walking along the beach I suddenly became aware of someone behind me. I am sure he was not there a moment before. He seemed as surprized as I was. Many Worlds Wheeler Everett Hugh-Everettwell Does time pass? Well for a start it is a component of space/time forming a part of Einstein’s intuitive understanding of the way our universe is structured. so time does not really ‘pass by’.. The Garden of Forking Paths 200px-ElJardínDeSenderosQueSeBifurcan Does one need the presence of an ‘observer’ (consciousness?) to force a split, ie make a decision? That depends what one means by consciousness. There is much support at present for the idea of a monist viewpoint (matter and thought are made of the same stuff) with some form of consciousness forming an essential component and being spread out over the entire universe and its content of energy/matter when they are fully explained. Before observation the best description of the position of point is everywhere. To take the above literally our brains before observation will be everywhere. Even if our thoughts are synonomous with our brain (probably not true) our thoughts would be verywhere….. After an observation is made a point appears and acieves a position in space I as an iondividual occupy a unique position in the universe and act as the the observer. Do not have to have an ‘awareness’ in a universe to have matter. The genetic code must have structure if it is to function and self-evidently this existed before human con sciousness appeared on the scene. Our minds act as linkers of events to make a story and our memory holds it together. As a result we ‘make sense’ of the world.

To Be Present

All desire to be with the One.


Every event in our lives is a gift that we will some day unwrap and appreciate. The very being of the moment, the ceaseless flow of conscious experience within which this life-world is given, is the primordial revelation of the One; we only take it for granted, as if it were our own consciousness; little do we realize that we too, along with the world, are known in and through consciousness which is always transcendent to all subsequent knowledge, including our self-knowledge.

There is only one unquestionable, brute fact that defines life and world: Impermanence. Our sciences, religions, philosophies, our state of knowledge and technology, all change; they have no absolute reign. But impermanence is the very nature of phenomena. What is ironic of human existence is that we accept and entertain all kinds of fiction with no trouble at all but we have not been able to accept and…

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What is Quantum Physics

Well, that’s just the way it is!


There is no field in modern science that is misunderstood or misinterpreted more than any other. Two reasons should be mentioned: First, quantum physics deals with the microscopic world, atoms and subatomic particles; it is a world inaccessible to our direct perceptions, to human experience as such. And as much as we like to but our logic and commonsense which are derived from shared human experiences cannot be extended to the realm of atomic phenomena. Even the physicist cannot imagine what an atom looks like. The second reason that has led to much misinterpretation is the desperation of modern man to find meaning, excitement, mystery and surreal phenomena to compensate for the lack of essence in his/her life. Thus, the field is open to people like Deepak Chopra who are the kind to take advantage of the mystery and stick exotic words such as quantum next to whatever it is…

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Breast & Phenomenology of World

Is the breast the beginning and the end?


Dated November 3rd, 2013 

The world that we know is just a saying; it is pure hearsay. We know of it from the mouths of our so called world-professionals, from scientists, psychologists, cosmologists, philosophers and theologians, who have confused their inquiries about the world with the world itself; as if they cannot know the simplest fact, that inquiries about the world are really parts of the world, already embedded inside the very world they try to explain.

For any inquiry to initiate, the subject of inquiry must already be given, however vague and mysterious its manner of givenness. The subject of inquiry always precedes the inquiry itself. World, too, is always there beforehand we subject it to our methods of inquiry. The world is pregiven. The pregiven world is what I wished to see. No one put it better than Edmund Husserl when he wished to communicate to the philosophers…

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