September 29, 2011
Ours is not a static world like a dark dungeon where inert objects may lie immobile indefinitely. It is not a grand still-life, where mute matter stays scattered here and there, like boulders.
September 29, 2011
Matter is the most striking feature of perceived reality. It is all around us and within us too. Bereft of it the world would be insubstantial nothingness: a metaphysical thought with no physical correspondence.
September 29, 2011
Time is the most insubstantial element of human consciousness that is experienced very profoundly. It seems to be with us all through our waking hours, apparently drifting silently and unhaltingly out there in the external world as well as within the very core of our being.
September 29, 2011
Infinity is always baffling to the mind, and here is a perplexing endlessness that strikes us as reasonable, prompting philosophers and lay people alike to conclude that space goes on and on and on, limitless. But, if are to trust our current physics, this is only another of the illusions created by secretive Nature, for space does not extend indefinitely.

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