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For the world is hollow and I have touched the sky,
- Subject: For the world is hollow and I have touched the sky,
- From: Robert J. Garrity
- Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2002 22:23:25 +0900
- Cc: Pat Konshak
I don't know. Your web page (https://www.robsworld.org/notime.html)
inspired me to remember that famous line cum title of the Star Trek
episode about the simple folks in the asteroid that just didn't get the
part about it being a spaceship. Till Kirk and Spock set them straight that
Then there is the collary, " S'cuse me while I kiss the sky." by Jimmy
Hendrix, but that is another thing entirely...
I enjoyed the thoughts. One question. Have you tried to parse the word now?
A continuous series of the now. Ok. but how big is now? How big is the
node? If they're all stacked as you say it doesn't matter, except we are
back to infinite nows if you slice them too thin.
"It's big, bigger than all of us..." "How big is that?" "That's not
Sorry, had to add that. I'm tired. I've had/have/will have, or maybe just
'have' a long day today.