bell's theorem of interconnectedness |
it tells us that every particle in the universe is instantaneously connected to every other particle |
don't, as with the fanciful ideas attached to the theory of relativity (a couple of newly-weds decide to go for a two-week cruise on a speed-of-light interstellar cruiser for their honeymoon and when they get back they are just in time for their parent's funerals), apply this theorem to life |
contemporary mammal man has drifted into the erroneous outlook of applying the characteristics of life to inanimate particles |
the subatomic quantum world, which possesses discontinuity, is to be regarded as a theoretical reality which we can never experience "there is no quantum world, there is only an abstract mathematical description" niels bohr |
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when we have discovered our "heavenly legs" and spread out into endlessness we will, eventually, come to realise just how thinly spread out we are within infinity |
now, and for eternity, we will always reach a point when we feel, again, just how few of us there are within the context of infinity and find ourselves compelled to increase our number via the big bang |