Monday, November 9, 2009

Everything is Everything

Why? What makes it so that nearly everything we're made up of (along with everything we make) comes out looking the same. Is it the structure of chaos? Does that make any sense? The important diagram is that of the eye and the rays of photons entering. What is it that we are seeing? We only see colors, but really we only see photons. But can we really say that we 'see' photons or colors? What it should look like is electrical sparks, which is what our brain is doing to compute the sensory information of the empirical world. There is so much more filament between our appearances and the objects in the world as they are in themselves, it is remarkable.

Perhaps that is all we see: the electrical firings in the brain.

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