For a Universe to have spontaneously emerged from nothing may be an alternate view on the the same fact as that it has always existed. It is not the logic which fails so much as the implicit (or apparent) boundaries of our own minds. Continue reading A Boundless Cosmos
We are that living matter through which the logic of self-replication self-replicates; we are not the bearers or the beneficiaries of this process, we are the medium through which it (shockwave-like) passes. Continue reading Self-replication, imperfect.
Even apparently useless phenomena usually have an implicit purpose or reason to exist. It just requires a little lateral thought to untangle the complexity a little… Continue reading Cultural Systems and Useful Entropy
Some truths and realities may just be monumentally and inconceivably vaster than human minds can ever comprehend… Continue reading Of Stardust and Story-telling
Humanity and human life is not, could never be, the measure of all things beyond those metrics and structures we inscribe (like transient, flickering neon lights) upon the darkness of cosmic depth… Continue reading Strange Games
It seems that we require the constant validation of the simplest narrative building blocks and a recurrent reinforcement of superficial trivialities… Continue reading Building Blocks
To me – there is no meaning but that which we make. The burden of self-determination is not as soothing as faith must be and for this reason, in my agnostic isolation, I can not fully avoid a mild envy at the joys and certainties your faith provides you. Even if I do not share it (faith), I deeply respect it… Sisyphus’ burden is not that of the Believer… Continue reading Existentialist Angst