Monday, November 10, 2008

Imagination Vs. Knowledge

~Albert Einstein

>Of Note: Can you conceptualize the imagination it took for God to come up with the spirical formation so common throughout nature? Spirals are everywhere. They are so common as to even appear in listings of prime numbers which makes me believe they are at the very core of Life itself. Like spirals? Check out more spiral formations at for a mind-blowing concept on the shape of the universe with a few optical illusion illustrations thrown in for emphasis.

>Today's Weather Report: Sunny and bright, even if it's only in the thirties. Today I've got sunflowers on the brain as I dry three huge seed heads the size of dinner plates that grew on 10 foot tall plants. These were from a mammoth variety seed I picked up in Idaho in May. Hopefully, I'll be able to use some of these seeds again next year to grow more of these huge beauties.

>Watch For Change Snippit: Since we are talking about the universe, it is slowly coming to pass that some astrophysicists are beginning to the realize that there is a literal connection between us and the universe in which we live and move and have our being. That galaxies, stars and even people are not discrete individual widgets floating in a sea of nothingness. One such visionary scientist, most likely with a huge imagination, was quoted as saying: "Does this mean that understanding all the properties of our region of the universe will require a deep investigation of our own nature, perhaps even include the nature of our consciousness?" Could he mean by this that we are a part of the consciousness of some Entity of which our consciousness is only a reflection?

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