Saturday, October 26, 2019



The inescapable suggestion is that reality has both local and nonlocal aspects; that there exists a more fundamental level than our macroscopic world, which corresponds to Heisenberg’s potentia, Bohm’s implicate order, Seth’s Framework 2, and the world of light outside Plato’s cave.

All of these denote the timeless level of reality, the world of the wave function before collapse – the level from which, through the act of observation, our three-dimensional world is created.

—Norman Friedman
The Hidden Dimension


As far as I know,

there is no proof whatever

of the existence of an

objective reality apart

from our senses,

and I do not see why

we should accept the

outside world as such

solely by virtue

of our senses.

—M. C. Escher


The difference between past, present and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion.

—Albert Einstein


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