The light and the darkness, my philosophy

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    Aug 28, 2014 9:49 AM GMT
    The light and the darkness. I am so made up of both. I have spent an equal amount of time in them both. But I have cried out both in light and darkness. In the darkness I have cried out for light and in the light I have cried out for darkness. What is INSANE about that is that I am never fully enjoying either one. What I THINK might be happening is that each one leaves you with something that helps you deal with the other. And maybe if you just grab onto that granite, molecule, or metaphysical object within yourself you can have enough guts to not only look at the stars at night but to look directly into the sun like I did throughout my life and no I am not going blind. I know I have posted up a LOT of controversial stuff but they all come from within me. I realize I need to tactfully employ these things rather than DUMP it on you like I have always done in the past. Walk this earth. It doesn't matter where you live. I was weak and falling down a month and half ago. There HAS to be something in between light and darkness. Some sort of importance of ourselves. I have dreamed on either end but that area in between is neither awake nor sleeping. It is like a pulsating being. TRULY a pulsating being. But it follows you both into the light and into the darkness whether you know it or not. The heart beats literally because of it. I know nobody will read this thing but I hope that you would because right now this is my philosophy.
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    Aug 28, 2014 10:48 AM GMT
    That's deep.
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    Aug 28, 2014 11:00 AM GMT
    What is this metaphysical musing? These thoughts are very vague and only you can ascribe meaning to these processes in your brain. Maybe you could post something a bit more physical in your descriptions? Do you have a boyfriend? What is this light and dark? It could mean anything.
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    Aug 28, 2014 11:02 AM GMT
    FuerteC saidWhat is this metaphysical musing? These thoughts are very vague and only you can ascribe meaning to these processes in your brain. Maybe you could post something a bit more physical in your descriptions? Do you have a boyfriend? What is this light and dark? It could mean anything.


    No I am not using Light and Darkness metaphorically. I am actually telling you the truth about the way the earth revolves around the sun spinning and giving us light and darkness. Think about it and then reread my post.
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    Aug 28, 2014 11:05 AM GMT
    BTW, I have studies astronomy for years. Do stars spin? How would they even really know? That is an interesting question.
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    Aug 28, 2014 11:08 AM GMT
    jerred saidBTW, I have studies astronomy for years. Do stars spin? How would they even really know? That is an interesting question.


    I am sure stars spin. I assume we use telescopes to see the stars and they complete one revolution. A certain period of time has elapsed and it returns the same position. Therefore they spin.
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    Aug 28, 2014 11:11 AM GMT
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    jerred saidBTW, I have studies astronomy for years. Do stars spin? How would they even really know? That is an interesting question.


    I am sure stars spin. I assume we use telescopes to see the stars and they complete one revolution. A certain period of time has elapsed and it returns the same position. Therefore they spin.


    Yeah, you are right I just looked it up. It's weird. Nobody ever teaches that in Astronomy. A piece to the puzzle of this universe everyone should know.
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    Aug 28, 2014 11:15 AM GMT
    jerred said
    FuerteC said
    jerred saidBTW, I have studies astronomy for years. Do stars spin? How would they even really know? That is an interesting question.


    I am sure stars spin. I assume we use telescopes to see the stars and they complete one revolution. A certain period of time has elapsed and it returns the same position. Therefore they spin.


    Yeah, you are right I just looked it up. It's weird. Nobody ever teaches that in Astronomy. A piece to the puzzle of this universe everyone should know.


    Do you like science?
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    Aug 28, 2014 11:16 AM GMT
    Okay based on how a solar system is formed if EVERYTHING is spinning and the galaxy is spinning what the hell could cause that kind of physical thing to happen? It can't be gravity. What causes not only the united part to spin but also each and every thing inside it?
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    Aug 28, 2014 11:18 AM GMT
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    jerred said
    FuerteC said
    jerred saidBTW, I have studies astronomy for years. Do stars spin? How would they even really know? That is an interesting question.


    I am sure stars spin. I assume we use telescopes to see the stars and they complete one revolution. A certain period of time has elapsed and it returns the same position. Therefore they spin.


    Yeah, you are right I just looked it up. It's weird. Nobody ever teaches that in Astronomy. A piece to the puzzle of this universe everyone should know.


    Do you like science?


    I subscribe the BEST Science resource on Facebook called "I love fucking Science".
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    Aug 28, 2014 11:19 AM GMT
    jerred saidOkay based on how a solar system is formed if EVERYTHING is spinning and the galaxy is spinning what the hell could cause that kind of physical thing to happen? It can't be gravity. What causes not only the united part to spin but also each and every thing inside it?


    Spinning exists when you apply a force perpendicular to a body about an axis. So there must be a force and there must be space, i.e. dimensions in space time. Perhaps we are inside a black hole. We know black holes are in the centres of most galaxies.
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    Aug 28, 2014 11:23 AM GMT
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    jerred saidOkay based on how a solar system is formed if EVERYTHING is spinning and the galaxy is spinning what the hell could cause that kind of physical thing to happen? It can't be gravity. What causes not only the united part to spin but also each and every thing inside it?


    Spinning exists when you apply a force perpendicular to a body about an axis. So there must be a force and there must be space, i.e. dimensions in space time. Perhaps we are inside a black hole. We know black holes are in the centres of most galaxies.


    Look at it this way. If you smash a rock to pieces are all the pieces spinning? No. Why is it that every solar system which is born from a spinning combination of gas and dust create things in which each and every one of them are spinning? How can that be?
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    Aug 28, 2014 11:24 AM GMT
    jerred said
    FuerteC said
    jerred said
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    jerred saidBTW, I have studies astronomy for years. Do stars spin? How would they even really know? That is an interesting question.


    I am sure stars spin. I assume we use telescopes to see the stars and they complete one revolution. A certain period of time has elapsed and it returns the same position. Therefore they spin.


    Yeah, you are right I just looked it up. It's weird. Nobody ever teaches that in Astronomy. A piece to the puzzle of this universe everyone should know.


    Do you like science?


    I subscribe the BEST Science resource on Facebook called "I love fucking Science".


    I would not call that a resource, but I assume it can lead to you finding the appropriate material.
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    Aug 28, 2014 11:26 AM GMT
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    jerred said
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    jerred said
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    jerred saidBTW, I have studies astronomy for years. Do stars spin? How would they even really know? That is an interesting question.


    I am sure stars spin. I assume we use telescopes to see the stars and they complete one revolution. A certain period of time has elapsed and it returns the same position. Therefore they spin.


    Yeah, you are right I just looked it up. It's weird. Nobody ever teaches that in Astronomy. A piece to the puzzle of this universe everyone should know.


    Do you like science?


    I subscribe the BEST Science resource on Facebook called "I love fucking Science".


    I would not call that a resource, but I assume it can lead to you finding the appropriate material.


    LOL... I shouldn't have called it a resource but everything they post is from a VERY reputable resource. This site is phenomenal.
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    Aug 28, 2014 11:29 AM GMT
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    FuerteC said
    jerred saidOkay based on how a solar system is formed if EVERYTHING is spinning and the galaxy is spinning what the hell could cause that kind of physical thing to happen? It can't be gravity. What causes not only the united part to spin but also each and every thing inside it?


    Spinning exists when you apply a force perpendicular to a body about an axis. So there must be a force and there must be space, i.e. dimensions in space time. Perhaps we are inside a black hole. We know black holes are in the centres of most galaxies.


    Look at it this way. If you smash a rock to pieces are all the pieces spinning? No. Why is it that every solar system which is born from a spinning combination of gas and dust create things in which each and every one of them are spinning? How can that be?


    Maybe the Big Bang caused everything to spin. We don't know.
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    Aug 28, 2014 11:31 AM GMT
    Back to my curiosity about spinning. Now looking at the solar systems how is it possible that the galaxy not only creates rotation but that each solar system and each and everything in it is spinning also? Aside from comets and meteors and astroids? Again I bring you back to smashing a rock.
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    Aug 28, 2014 11:34 AM GMT
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    jerred saidOkay based on how a solar system is formed if EVERYTHING is spinning and the galaxy is spinning what the hell could cause that kind of physical thing to happen? It can't be gravity. What causes not only the united part to spin but also each and every thing inside it?


    Spinning exists when you apply a force perpendicular to a body about an axis. So there must be a force and there must be space, i.e. dimensions in space time. Perhaps we are inside a black hole. We know black holes are in the centres of most galaxies.


    Look at it this way. If you smash a rock to pieces are all the pieces spinning? No. Why is it that every solar system which is born from a spinning combination of gas and dust create things in which each and every one of them are spinning? How can that be?


    Maybe the Big Bang caused everything to spin. We don't know.


    Did you know they just discovered the universe came from one star? They even pinpointed it. I could tell you some incredible things about Astronomy. I LOVE IT!!!!
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    Aug 28, 2014 11:37 AM GMT
    jerred saidBack to my curiosity about spinning. Now looking at the solar systems how is it possible that the galaxy not only creates rotation but that each solar system and each and everything in it is spinning also? Aside from comets and meteors and astroids? Again I bring you back to smashing a rock.


    I can only assume quantum fluctuations. A particle and anti-particle is created and they annihilate very quickly. I think the whole universe has a net zero angular momentum. Think of an egg. A raw egg. When you spin a raw egg, the consistency in materials mean that the egg shell and the egg yolk will spin at different rates. The spinning egg shell causes the inside to spin which in turn causes the egg shell to spin.

    Perhaps different structures in the universe is formed at different times. Therefore some spin at different times.
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    Aug 28, 2014 11:39 AM GMT
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    jerred saidBack to my curiosity about spinning. Now looking at the solar systems how is it possible that the galaxy not only creates rotation but that each solar system and each and everything in it is spinning also? Aside from comets and meteors and astroids? Again I bring you back to smashing a rock.


    I can only assume quantum fluctuations. A particle and anti-particle is created and they annihilate very quickly. I think the whole universe has a net zero angular momentum. Think of an egg. A raw egg. When you spin a raw egg, the consistency in materials mean that the egg shell and the egg yolk will spin at different rates. The spinning egg shell causes the inside to spin which in turn causes the egg shell to spin.

    Perhaps different structures in the universe is formed at different times. Therefore some spin at different times.


    Hmmm, could be. LOL
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    Aug 28, 2014 11:40 AM GMT
    What is your answer, Jerred?
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    Aug 28, 2014 11:50 AM GMT
    FuerteC saidWhat is your answer, Jerred?


    There is something chemically massive going on than anything we witness in Science here on earth in terms of how it works. I think this new finding of a star creating the universe is unique as though a spark entered the ocean and was able to create billions of other sparks in a place it shouldn't even belong in. But then maybe it did belong in it. For a rotation to create rotations creating rotations within themselves is fascinating. The answer right now? I have an instinct going on but I am not quite sure what it is yet. But I HATE to use this word term but I think you have to look at three different spiritual planes in order to even begin to analyze it. There are three planes we know about in the New Thought Movement... That which is outside of ourselves, that which we are, and that which is within ourselves.
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    Aug 28, 2014 11:53 AM GMT
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    FuerteC saidWhat is your answer, Jerred?


    There is something chemically massive going on than anything we witness in Science here on earth in terms of how it works. I think this new finding of a star creating the universe is unique as though a spark entered the ocean and was able to create billions of other sparks in a place it shouldn't even belong in. But then maybe it did belong in it. For a rotation to create rotations creating rotations within themselves is fascinating. The answer right now? I have an instinct going on but I am not quite sure what it is yet. But I HATE to use this word term but I think you have to look at three different spiritual planes in order to even begin to analyze it. There are three planes we know about in the New Thought Movement... That which is outside of ourselves, that which we are, and that which is within ourselves.


    Do you have the link about the star?
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    Aug 28, 2014 12:06 PM GMT
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    FuerteC saidWhat is your answer, Jerred?


    There is something chemically massive going on than anything we witness in Science here on earth in terms of how it works. I think this new finding of a star creating the universe is unique as though a spark entered the ocean and was able to create billions of other sparks in a place it shouldn't even belong in. But then maybe it did belong in it. For a rotation to create rotations creating rotations within themselves is fascinating. The answer right now? I have an instinct going on but I am not quite sure what it is yet. But I HATE to use this word term but I think you have to look at three different spiritual planes in order to even begin to analyze it. There are three planes we know about in the New Thought Movement... That which is outside of ourselves, that which we are, and that which is within ourselves.


    Do you have the link about the star?


    Damn, it so far back beyond all the other crap they post about bugs, evolution, religion, and a myriad of subjects I really don't get into that much because my primary interest is astronomy. But they do post a LOT when it comes to that. Do you know about the high possibility of microbes living on mars right now? Yes, it is a dying planet but with a thin atmosphere still. THey also just discovered microbes from earth can live on our space station. Remember all the controversy about Super Earths? They just discovered that Super Earths have a thin enough atmosphere to support life. We are RIGHT NOW in the process of releasing brand new telescopes into orbit that will have capabilities FAR BEYOND that which we have out there right now. They FINALLY got the funding completed and are completing the projects right now. They have only discovered so far ONE earthlike planet that literally goes through almost exactly what the earth goes through. The whole issue has always been an earth sized planet is almost impossible to see on current telescopes. But with these new ones they are going to find even more that are out there. Just subscribe to it, it is some really amazing shit. I got introduced to it by my friend who is studying Physics right now on his third year at a major University.
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    Aug 28, 2014 2:14 PM GMT
    jerred said
    FuerteC said
    jerred said
    FuerteC saidWhat is your answer, Jerred?


    There is something chemically massive going on than anything we witness in Science here on earth in terms of how it works. I think this new finding of a star creating the universe is unique as though a spark entered the ocean and was able to create billions of other sparks in a place it shouldn't even belong in. But then maybe it did belong in it. For a rotation to create rotations creating rotations within themselves is fascinating. The answer right now? I have an instinct going on but I am not quite sure what it is yet. But I HATE to use this word term but I think you have to look at three different spiritual planes in order to even begin to analyze it. There are three planes we know about in the New Thought Movement... That which is outside of ourselves, that which we are, and that which is within ourselves.


    Do you have the link about the star?


    Damn, it so far back beyond all the other crap they post about bugs, evolution, religion, and a myriad of subjects I really don't get into that much because my primary interest is astronomy. But they do post a LOT when it comes to that. Do you know about the high possibility of microbes living on mars right now? Yes, it is a dying planet but with a thin atmosphere still. THey also just discovered microbes from earth can live on our space station. Remember all the controversy about Super Earths? They just discovered that Super Earths have a thin enough atmosphere to support life. We are RIGHT NOW in the process of releasing brand new telescopes into orbit that will have capabilities FAR BEYOND that which we have out there right now. They FINALLY got the funding completed and are completing the projects right now. They have only discovered so far ONE earthlike planet that literally goes through almost exactly what the earth goes through. The whole issue has always been an earth sized planet is almost impossible to see on current telescopes. But with these new ones they are going to find even more that are out there. Just subscribe to it, it is some really amazing shit. I got introduced to it by my friend who is studying Physics right now on his third year at a major University.


    I am not so sure about this star.
    But I did hear about PLANKTON living on the space station. On the surface.
    Life doesn't have to follow the Earth Model.