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Posted by Wonderer? on February 25, 1999 06:36:55 UTC
Some of scientist has 'in the fog'. Why? They have start to build world-picture, through, 'one-theory'. Like, Big-Bang, Black-Hole, anti-matter, time-exist...
We can see at space. Why we dont look?
Space has own 'size', and we dont know it size.
We think, at different kind of theoryes, we can explain, how-why space was born, or, how-why matter exist, or form grow.
We use separate words, example; - Gravity - Energy - Light - etc, but we dont look, what is in these words.
Example. - Gravity? We say, gravity keep planets together. What IS gravity?
- Energy? We say, that some matter moving process make energy. What Is energy? Something move in the copper-wire. We say, electric energy. What is that 'electric energy'? Because it goes 'in the copper-wire', it must be part of it. So, it must be matter itself.
All thes words, like wave-theory. Wave means, that some matter has some kind of motion-form, like wave.
So. What is electricity, energy, gravity, etc?
Why, scient want to make some 'one-theory'.
I can see, that we dont have answer, many nature-things. But i dont start to make un-natural, mystifying-theoryes, of it.
Matter(small part) move, make forms, life, planets, etc. Matter, like me or you, start to learns, speak, read, life. MAtter, like me or you, die, and matter devide, come (small part).
Nature has own (small part) knowing-process, and feed-back system. This system make control of whole nature. We humans, want to mix it, we have done it, like atom-bomp, gene-manipulation, matter-processing, etc. We are part of nature, so, we mix our forms. Stupid thing.
Why we dont see this. Am i only person, who see this clearly?
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