12-30-05, 11:19 AM #1
The Dynamic Unity of Reality
i found this website and it seems very interesting, unfortunately i know very little about physics and so i am not really a good judge of this side of the theories as presented here.
i geuss i was hoping for some opinions on the site and its authors philosophy in terms of its physics.
01-12-06, 01:27 PM #2
Ellion, I'd expect nothing less of you. Awesome website. I think I will put it on my favoriates. Ever since you posted something on my mental health & existentialists thread, about how this reality, you are into it... Made me think. I liked it. Suprised that nobody's responded to your post. That really sucks.
For myself, for my sake (as you should know it), I am really considering who to read to open me up to reality. Heidegger, I don't know.
Hey, i'm not really able to answer his questions. Somebody else, hurry up and post!
01-12-06, 01:33 PM #3
yeah, sad really! 45 views without a reply. ah well. the site has a lot of infromation on it maybe people need to digest the information before they can give me a response.
do you know anything about physics yourself?
01-13-06, 09:58 PM #4
Of course not. As Water said in our other thread, i'm not yet disillusioned with thinking yet. He's still in the "if i only think this through then i'll be fine mode". While actually today is another day. I have found that the way to get disillusioned with thinking is by this below:
Think. About. The. Things. You. Read. Ya know? Think about for example the things that I look up on the internet recently (it is due to this site that has made me want to think more!) So i've found that being disillusioned .. well here's a theory it's self. I'm not entirely sure though if or not it is physics.
Perhaps, the way into the world (and maybe physics? can't be sure about tis part), which other people who typically don't think do not get into (?), is by becoming disillusioned itself. By thinking and becoming into the world of thought. I don't know this is only my idea. But maybe?
I don't know just thought i'd make some kind of a contribution here. ... I think that physics should be all about reality, maybe more than an interpretitation?
01-13-06, 10:08 PM #5the site has a lot of infromation on it maybe people need to digest the information before they can give me a response.
01-13-06, 10:31 PM #6
In a nutshell, matter is energy which is everything. It's not hard to view matter as being waves on water. Space then is a medium of energy potential.
I read the intro just to give you an initial response. I will bookmark the site because it seems to be trying to cross boundries, and I like that.
01-14-06, 03:39 AM #7
i book marked it too, because i would like to understand the subject. my problem is i know very little about physics so could be complete nonsense and i would not know.