Friday, September 24, 2010

Something to Think about

Energy is mass , mass is energy, everything is one. everybody is one.
Einstein’s theory of relativity (E=mc2) states that energy is equal to mass times the speed of light squared. So energy can be mass, and mass can be energy… if moved at the speed of light squared. Therefor the beam of light that wakes you up in the morning, and the bed you are laying on are made up of the same stuff, everything is energy in this world.

The worm eats the earth. Bird comes, gets the worm, feeds it to it’s baby. The baby grows up and lives a happy little life. One day the baby bird dies, falls from the sky and to the ground. Here the bugs and the earth eat at the bird’s decomposing body gaining nutrients from it. The worm eat the earth bird eats the worm. it’s one big one big circle

On a grand scale, everything in the universe one. Entangled.

Fact: Two electrons created together are entangled. no matter how far if you do something to one the other will respond INSTANTLY. The only way this can be is that In reality they are still connected. They are entangled, and since everything was entangled at the moment of the big bang, that means EVERYTHING is still entangled. everything is one, everything, everyone, it’s all just energy.

Solid is an illusion. There is space between everything. somethings are just closer together. ( atoms, electrons, humans are not solid )

We live in a world of illusion, a world where people think they are their job titles, or their degree’s on the wall. They dress and live their lives according to this thought. it’s a shame. We are all energy. one. positive and negative but still one. 


  1. Everything is made of quarks and/or electrons. Which are possibly only made of strings vibrating over the extra 12 dimensions. So everything is just these things wrapped up in dimensions, which forms all the particles, exchange particles and the everything more complex arises from that stuff being together.
    Could be a few errors and missed out stuff there.

  2. Thanks for the input, man. Maybe I shouldn't be commenting about things that I really have no idea about, eh?

  3. You just need to read further into it so your philosophical pondering can even confuse yourself.

  4. This is one of those things I like to think about. It reminds to stop worrying about every little thing in the world. Just like the blanket thing in I Heart Huckabee's (fantastic movie btw, if you like existentialism and nihilism)

  5. We laymen can't help but feel the need to comment on the more philosophical implications of physics, however, I am of the opinion that you must actually know the physics (math and all) to understand what is really going on and be in a place to comment on it.

  6. I'm not too big on physics myself, but I did like the post. Keep it up

  7. MINDBLOWN. will reread when more awake and probably respond more intelligently

  8. I'm with Hummus on this. I wish I had the time to go over all of it, but it's a lifetime of work to get to the cutting edge of physics, and then those who get there realize that they actually have no idea what's going on still.