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Posted 08/14/06 - 12:14 AM:

IammyaspectofUs wrote:
Relationship My God that speaks to me. Wow, everything in this thread is way cool. Much of my thought lately is about relationships and exploring the perspectives of them. Relationship is everything to an being of awareness. Everything in existence is in relationship. Everything is relative. And what is existence relative to? When we perceive anything, we perceive a relationship. Its like the ultimate maths check of what is. We each experience everything in a relative space. Babble babble babble. I think I'm realizing that in my own little world, relationship is the playground of the Gods, and it's wonderful to have you all here with me.
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Posted 08/14/06 - 2:53 AM:

Yes sir.

You can learn to perceive something that you cannot perceive conventionally by perceiving what is in relationship to that of what you can see, like a cosmologist perceives the gravitational pull a planet too small to see affecting a sun that he or she can see. In realizing that the wobble of a suns rotation is caused by an unperceivable relationship to another effecting body, (a planet), he or she can then begin to ask or assume further questions of that relationship to surmise whether anything else is further evident about it the object not perceivable in conventional ways but now non the less is in part perceivable. Like maybe the wobble changes cyclical timing in predicable patterns showing a second gravitational body or an elliptical orbit of one. Observing the relationship properties between something perceivable and something unperceivable allows discovery of more information of the unperceivable. Then you can do this in other parts of the universe with different solar systems and compare and compound the findings in the different relationships and find relative evidences of data structures to continue relating and compounding that create big pictures of what a universe too big to see looks like.raised eyebrow


Did that make any sense?kooky



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Posted 08/14/06 - 8:28 AM:

I don't know, I'm not a cosmologist.


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Posted 08/20/06 - 4:18 PM:

"If no-one knew in advance that stars exist, frontline research could offer plenty of convincing reasons stars should never form"
-Neil de Grasse Tyson, Director of the Hayden Planetarium & Research Scientist at Princeton University
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Posted 08/27/06 - 10:37 AM:

"Mastering yourself makes you fearless" Lao Tzu
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