Saturday, December 3, 2011
If space is the constituent of and energy is the facilitator of the existence of matter, what happens when space is activated and it becomes a particle? What happens when active space is combined with other particles of active space to become an atom. Does space condense as would be the case as a gas turning into a liquid? What fills the area around or between the active space? Or does it need to be filled? Is existence a local phenomena? How does one pick up a rock and put it in his pocket? Is that a convergence of local phenomena? So in a sense I don't really exist I am a figment of imagination. How then can I experience someone else by clasping their hand? It would have to be the coincidence or proximity of space and the cognizance or interaction of energy.