To Vomit the Undigestible

Saturday, April 09, 2011

ho hum

I believe that existence, in reality, is an anachronism. We don't experience anything in a sequential order; we don't live in a linear reality. Instead, the whole of our experiences are placed upon us all at once, a single point in time that is present in all other points pertaining to the specific life.

Our minds, however, cannot accept a reality such as this. We are not abstract nor are we capable of handling a lifetime of information in one short, single blast of knowledge. We must therefore view all experiences in a linear fashion, our mind puts our existence in a manner in which we can comprehend, thus giving us our present idea of time and our relation to said paradigm.

This is all conjecture of course. Nobody could prove that we don't exist in an extended time-release capsule form; I couldn't prove that I'm right, but since nothing is conclusively wrong it wouldn't make much difference, would it?


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