Rationalising or fooling yourself ?

“Maybe our concept of time is just a method for rationalising things and making it have a point or giving it a meaning… a perspective.”
yes absolutely, raviswamy, our five senses in their limitations need to reduce perception to rationalize our understanding of the world we inhabit…

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Time and Event

ravi swami : Yes…moment and continuity are contradictions in terms – an ‘event ‘assumes a “before event and after event” situation – what you are saying is that every “event” exists and is not marked by a start and end point, if it did then “time” as concept has to exist –

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Time and time again

rawi swami said : …..time is actually (as we understand the meaning of the word) better described as “moment” or continuity – not an evolution of anything but a constant…within that constant there are “events”…us, supernovas, all instances of “local time”….
I agree, ravi swami, but…..

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The Astrophysicist and the Filmmaker 2

I would urge anyone on this blog that is interested in the exploring the areas where mysticism and science collide to click on the blog on top of the page about my conversations with Peit Hut, the astrophysicist.

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Are we imprisoned by Time ? Or vice versa ?

From: Shekhar Kapur, Sat, 28 Jul 2001
Piet :” All this is first experiential, only secondly theoretical.”
Shekhar : “OK – yes – I am trying to get to grips with three things in relationship to the moment, which is the only truth – agreed….. ”

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This Moment is not the absence of Past and Present

Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2001, from Piet Hut
“There is no begining and no end” And actually no middle either. Every event (contradiction) exists in eternty – so that theoretically the nothingness still exists.”

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Is Space God ? Piet’s reply.

but we have to go deeply into the question of what BEFORE means if time started with the big bang. I think the answer is that time has more aspects/dimensions than the linear clock-time. I think there is a primorial beyond-time that still has time-llike qualities, in fact may be the REAL time from which clock-time somehow borrows its existence. Again, we’ll have to talk……..

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Is Space God ?

Question to Piet on 25th July 2001 : I am getting tired of the world trying to understand the universe and the Big Bang without trying to comprehend SPACE first. Because everything will come and go : there is one constant – SPACE – in which the universe is born – it dies – but Space is constant, immortal, infinite – Is Space God ?

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My eternal lover

locked in your embrace
every moment
every breath
together
we walk

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failure

Recently I had a really upset fan write to me, who reacted adversely to a TV interview of mine on National TV. Where I said that I was far more comfortable with failure than I ever will be with success. He thought I was looking down upon those that are working hard and striving to succeed.

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