Reflections

Discussion in 'Free Thoughts' started by mirror, Apr 7, 2001.

  1. mirror Registered Senior Member

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    My senses form a looking glass through which the universe is reflected.
     
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  3. Bowser Right Here, Right Now Valued Senior Member

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    According to Boris, you are the <i>looking glass</i>. There's no room for an observer within your universe. Do you agree with that conclusion?
     
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  5. mirror Registered Senior Member

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    Bowser,

    I have not yet seen Boris' rationale which led to his conclusion. The difference in terminology between my statement and the ones attributed to Boris seem to indicate a difference in the conceptual framework of the universe(s) under discussion.

    The difference is that I am "a" looking glass - one of many - in the boundless universe of everything where there is room for an observer. This differs from being "the" looking glass - the only - in "my" bounded mini-verse where there might not be room for an observer (unless the looking glass and observer are one in the same).
     
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  7. ripleofdeath Registered Senior Member

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    my senses are a prism through which the universe is refracted

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    just a thought

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    groove on
     
  8. Turbine Registered Senior Member

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    Going through life without learning Mathematics or Physics is like watching a football game and not knowing the rules.
     
  9. mirror Registered Senior Member

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    He finds a quiet place. He stops. He listens. He contemplates the universe with awe.
     
  10. ripleofdeath Registered Senior Member

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    we constantly change and yet look the same.
    are we the infinite combination?
    or just rattling our cage?
    all might be what we fear most
    so we never know but our own limitations.
    ...?

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  11. Bowser Right Here, Right Now Valued Senior Member

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    Sheesh! Your host is a bit slow today, Dave...

    <i>"The difference is that I am "a" looking glass - one of many - in the boundless universe of everything where there is room for an observer. This differs from being "the" looking glass - the only - in "my" bounded mini-verse where there might not be room for an observer (unless the looking glass and observer are one in the same)."</i>

    There are two possible assumptions of course: tunnel vission or a panaromic view...robot or soul. As for the universe small and large, we absorb and reflect what we are or, what we want to be.
     
  12. mirror Registered Senior Member

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    When I understand, things are just as they are; the way they are supposed to be.

    When I don't understand, things are just as they are; the way they are supposed to be.

    That's me.
     

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