Perspective Horizon, page 12-13 from Everything IS, a visual and philosophical theory of everything by Sarah Curtiss

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I call these infinite perspectives the perspective horizon. We all sit in a different position on this perspective horizon and are only able to see those entities that are within our own specific range. This perspective horizon extends infinitely in all directions.What is the fundamental, underlying principle of a tapestry? Are the micro-fibers more important than the overall pattern of the tapestry? Are both absolutely fundamentally equal from their individual places on the perspective horizon? The pattern can be used on different mediums; the medium of the tapestry can be used for different patterns. Can we imagine an entity for which the medium is critical but the pattern is invisible…a blind person? Can we imagine the opposite?

Even if we allow the vibrating strings of String Theory [Note: According to String Theory, protons and neutrons are made of quarks under which sit vibrating strings of varying, possibly infinite, frequencies in ten dimensions (nine spatial plus time), maybe creating a waveparticle duality between the quark and the string. Electrons, photons and other subatomic particles would also be strings. The grouping of these wave loops would lie at the bottom of Everything according to this theory.] to be the smallest unit of sentience, rather than just as small as we can currently theorize, that unit doesn’t necessarily describe the whole any better than any other point on the perspective horizon, as the perspective horizon remains infinite. All points (of view?) on it are exactly in the middle as each point would be surrounded by infinities.

Does every person, place, thing, political point of view, religion, or other ideology, work choice, reading choice, past time choice, fashion choice, relationship choice carry its own validity from its own particular unique place on the perspective horizon? Maybe no place on this perspective horizon is any more special than any other place on this perspective horizon. Maybe nothing is more fundamental than anything else. Could the study of food or dance or ants or cells all show us patterns that help us understand the totality of our universe every bit as well as the study of fundamental particles or of the cosmos?

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  • linaji
    linajiabout 4 years ago

    We are vibrating beings.. it resonates with me more than anything that represents infinity and gosh wrapping a time-space reality mind round that is next to impossible.. so I go with infinite ‘feeling’.. as close as I will ever come here to ‘knowing’.. feeling good is infinity.

  • Yes, I agree. But I think Everything is a vibrating being and we vibrate because we are really colonies of other vibrating beings which are made up of colonies of other vibrating beings. We would have to vibrate if we are a colony made up of individuals making their own decisions based on their own cultural and societal values. I am trying to philosophically resolve some of the apparent contradictions between science and religion or spirituality. In religions we call different groupings of ideas mythologies. In science we call them paradigms. But aren’t they really the same thing? Just folks grouping around one set of ideas or another. If there is no brick at the bottom then this grouping around ideas IS reality!

    – Sarah Curtiss

  • linaji
    linajiabout 4 years ago

    P.S…. for me anyway.. :=}

  • linaji
    linajiabout 4 years ago

    I would not mind meeting you with a cup of tea or coffee and going on and on about this one. i feel I have experienced first had at times the infinate paradox of what the mind can barely grasp really, so it is within and within that an never ending expanding nature of our existence resides,,,, within and without expansion and expanding as I do feel it is our nature. Our questions and answers keep us finding ways to ask for more, for that is the nature of all that is.. inside time space reality and with out… .. but there is so much more to say!!

  • I would love to meet for a cuppa. Are you in SF?

    – Sarah Curtiss

  • Actually, I see you are in Redwood City. Not far away. Let’s make a plan. I love talking about this stuff. Check out Everything IS

    – Sarah Curtiss

  • linaji
    linajiabout 4 years ago

    absolutely I would I am here now with a friend I met on RB who is visiting me from Missouri and we are having a ball. It would be wonderful to meet another with your talent and like mindedness.. I am enjoying much of what you are writing.

  • How fabulous! I am going to Sonoma for the weekend, but I will be back tomorrow night. If you and your friend are going to be anywhere near SF tomorrow evening or Monday afternoon, maybe we could get together? That would be a blast! I’ll send you my phone number by Bubblemail.

    – Sarah Curtiss

  • linaji
    linajiabout 4 years ago

    I could meet you on Monday afternoon. I am dropping my gal pal off as we are going to Montereyn Bay I think, so tomorrow will not be available for both of us to meet you. Let me know if Monday is a good day for ye. Your blog rocks..
    here is my website.. lina@linaji.com

  • Monday afternoon would be great. What time? I live on 16th Street near Market and Noe. I’m sooooo glad you like my blog!

    – Sarah Curtiss

  • linaji
    linajiabout 4 years ago

    around 1pm. shall we have some sandwich? is there a place by you that is a nice place to have an easy lunch?

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