Infinity is Relative

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We’ve complicated infinity as a concept, by definitively pointing out that it never ends. Of course it’s so hard to conceive of ‘it’ never ending, when ‘it’ is nothing.

Infinity is a description of a specific unending pattern. Infinity doesn’t have to amount to one unending pattern, combined of all unending patterns. That doesn’t make sense, because that couldn’t amount to a whole unending pattern. Such a situation would actually be finite because at some point, isolated unending patterns would cease interacting with other infinite unending patterns…and so the whole ends.

Do I move or does the World move?

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Ain’t it weird how I move and the world does not? Or is it that the world moves, and I do not…?

Internal processing of external movement manifests itself in two ways:
External objects that are not fixed to the earths surface (in a stationary/inert way);
external objects that are fixed to the earth’s surface (in a stationary/inert way).
The former relates to other living entities, man-made machines, gases, liquids etc…
The later relates to what we consider the earth’s surface itself. An earthquake is a good example of when our senses, and survival mechanisms are dumbfounded.

But why do we have the ability to comprehend that things are either moving or they are stationary? My deduction is that, what we think of as moving and not moving, is only true to the extent that our internal alerts are triggered, recognising a difference between ourself and external stimuli.

The things that we recognise as moving, become more recognisable relative to the distance observed over a certain period of time, traveling away or towards ourselves.
Therefore the moving things that we are less able to recognise as moving, are the things that move closer to the movement in which we ourselves are moving.

This recognition of external movement is not really movement and non-movement. It is simply all movement that diverges from the speed at which we are traveling.

And doesn’t this prove existence?
It demonstrates that we are travelling at a certain objective speed, controlled by gravity and other forces which are specific to our external environment. These forces have in turn been determined based on the objective agreement that common observable external things, are moving at an agreed rate.

Everything that does move, to our recognition, is rational based on the common truth of ‘ourselves’. This is mathematics (laws of physics, including theoretical physics).

This common truth can only be the mind. The mind is the thing that recognises, even when it itself is still. Our minds are the things that aren’t moving.

The unmoved mover.

Realisation and Distraction (2nd edition)

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Realisation and distraction,
the curse of one another.
The curse they know because they are,
but equal to each other.

Growth of each, extends the curse,
dilutes the truth they stem from.
But look at what’s diluting them,
the substance extending – its will to diverge.

What misconception this creates –
expansion despite resistance.
Expansion is resistance –
the substance is the curse.

But one is roots and one is fruit,
the fruit is tempting time.
It welcomes its neighbours, seeks to recruit.
While the roots are the ones to dine.

Each stem from common substance,
the roots create fruit in abundance;
must therefore be the same.
The fruit is the roots to gain.

Learning From Mistakes

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Relates to an objective and, the things that didn’t achieve it.

The objective is not clear but, it certainly is ahead.
Were mistakes, as now believed,
once part of the objective?
So then the certainty of this objective, is certainly part mistake.
Or have I mistaken the objective?
Is this what learning is?

What is learned from each mistake,
does not extinguish learning;
and each mistake and what is learned, exists within that learning.

And what regard we give to learning, composed of each mistake!
Not knowing where we’re going,
except only that we’re learning.

So learning is ahead of us,
made
clearer
by
mistakes.

 

The Force of Reason


It has no existence,
until it is the cause,
that causes recognition
of the change that it has caused.

Such observation may be slight.
Not much change caused, by recognition.
But observing change, caused by that recognition might,
cause greater change, again.

And so the thing with no existence,
is recognised by change.
And when observed, the cause – not change, it starts to lose resistance,
and there it is without a cause, no reason thus to wage.
Anticipation

Things and Time


They say that the things you buy represent the time you’ve spent earning the amount of money it takes to pay for them.
For me, yes the things I buy to live, do do that. But living is also an expenditure of the time you have to live.
Thinking is time spent observing infinity.
If buying things, by the money you have earned, by the time you have spent earning it, supports you living – then you have time to think.