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Has it ever struck you that life is all memory, except for the one present moment that goes by you so quick you hardly catch it going?

—Tennessee Williams, The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore

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‘Time is only a concept. The future moves into the past leaving no time for the present. When the relativity of time is understood as merely a concept for the measurement of apparent change, then there is only the present moment, which is eternity itself.’

— Ramesh S. Balsekar  (via simplybellamia)

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wetwareontologies:


However, in broad brush, we might say this: You’re a pattern in spacetime. A mathematical pattern. Specifically, you’re a braid in spacetime—indeed, one of the most elaborate braids known.

If biology is as mechanistic as presumed, then Tegmark’s abstractions (above) are valid [LINK]

wetwareontologies:

However, in broad brush, we might say this: You’re a pattern in spacetime. A mathematical pattern. Specifically, you’re a braid in spacetime—indeed, one of the most elaborate braids known.

If biology is as mechanistic as presumed, then Tegmark’s abstractions (above) are valid [LINK]

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