On Thursday, January 3, 2013 1:14:15 PM UTC-5, rclough wrote:
> Rupert Sheldrake - The Morphogenetic Universe
> What is space ?
Space is the experience of gaps between public presences, or alternatively
the distance which can be measured of one object against another.
> There is no such thing as space, there are only fields,
> which are mathematical structures.
What's a mathematical structure? What is it made of? Fields too... aren't
they really complete abstractions?
> What is matter ?
Matter is the direct experience or indirect inference of public presences.
It could be described also as an experience of an obstacle or obstructive
invariance within a given range of sensory detection.
> There is no such thing as matter, because it is only a field.
> There is no such thing as mass, which is why there is no such thing
> as a Higgs field to form what we call mass. Hence we haven't found a
> or field.
> What causes a foetus to grow into a baby ? Is it DNA ? Biologists agree
> DNA does not do that.
Yes, this is the important question. A foetus, baby, and adult can be
thought of as one continuous presence with different qualities.There are
thousands of causes; physical, biological, zoological, anthropological...
> If these questions puzzle or intrigue you, you might want to watch
> Rupert Sheldrake's "The Morphogenetic Universe"
> "Forever is a long time, especially near the end." - Woody Allen
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