Wednesday, April 23, 2008
Sent to Michio Kaku today:
Does not the string imply a bow? The string, being necessarily linear, having points Alpha and Omega, would require a bow to elicit dimension. Who is the fiddler? It seems to me that the linear paradigm also applies to material existence. Then, is it not the case that the 'out there' is simply an illusion and that the 'in there' is the better (and more accessible) illusion? And that further- our reality exists in the little moments between the bow and string?"
If MK sees fit to reply I'll post that here.