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What do you have or does it got you?

What would live forever would feed forever. What do you have or does it got you? What would live forever, what is life? Where does it take us and does it care? On we must go, it whispers to every pore as every atom throbs, so do our cells. As rushes our blood so too our neurons pulse, As the light must move or escape to oblivion, life propels, ejects itself, inseminates every moribund thing unto itself. The cares and woes of dust, now smote with urgent need on how to live forever and how to ever feed. It's need to have us want that it may drive us on to harness every atom in ouroboric thrall.

CapriKious 7 Jan 6

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What??? Yeah im a dimwit,but that looks and sound like a bunch of "gobbly gigy goo!" Is that some kinda philosophical poetry?

It is for you what it is for others, What you may make of it.


Personally, I am in favour of plain English!

Personally, What use is English, plain or flavored?


Things are un8mportant. I have lots of nice things, paperweight and music box collections, nice home, etc etc etc. But I could walk away with my dogs and meds and not look back. One of the things I learned at 19 is that "things" are a trap, and never forgot it.


Our bodies resonates at 528 hertz that might be the undulation you are referring to. The composition of our bodies are dictated by our environment atmosphere and gravity. We chose to measure time most never put together that time is a man created equation, time is measured to us as a gravitational measurement. In other words our time measurement is an earthbound quantity. In space time takes a totally different meaning on larger planets time would be longer on smaller time would be less. As for unending existence we know that even the stars have a exposition and can only burn for a relative short time relating to the age of the universe, there is that pesky time reference again (age) The people that have a different grasp on time are the Hopi indians. Their concept is interesting, difficult to understand when you first learn about it.

Time is not a man created equation, the measurement of time is created by man, but time itself is a function of the universe, time as we know it began some tiny fraction of a second after the big bang.

"on larger planets time would be longer on smaller time would be less." Not true, the length of a day or year could be different but time would still be measured at the same rate.

The word time is also a man created thing, but the phenomena we use the word time to describe is not created by man. Even if every human dies tomorrow, time would continue, stars and planets would still coalesce and die.

Cool! Very well stated and described.

@icolan I might disagree. Accepting that there is only now, no past to regret, no future to worry about, renders clocks useless and deceptive. I realize that is too woo woo (nonsensical) for strictly scientific minds though, right now at least, until they catch up. (-;

@BenPike I'm pretty sure that my rational mind will never agree that there is no future to worry about because I prefer to ensure my future is going to be at least as good as my present, and whether the past exists once we leave it behind or not, our memories of those events exist for us to feel regret or whatever emotion we associate with a specific memory.

Whether you regret memories of the past or worry about the future or not, time will still proceed for the rest of the humanity and the universe.

@icolan If this is the case what point to the chronographers start synchronizing time in space from?

What is a Hertz? The answer is the puzzle, or it is not.

@azzow2 I don't understand your question.

If you are talking about how do they tell time in space, I'm not sure, I would bet they use a standard earth timezone depending on which nation they are from. I bet google can help you find that answer.

@icolan Looked this up thought to share:Fundamental to these precise measurements are atomic clocks. By measuring very stable and precise frequencies of light emitted by certain atoms (examples include hydrogen, cesium, rubidium and, for DSAC, mercury), an atomic clock can regulate the time kept by a more traditional mechanical (quartz crystal) clock. It’s like a tuning fork for timekeeping. The result is a clock system that can be ultra stable over decades.

@azzow2 I am familiar with atomic clocks and their capabilities, the most stable atomic clock is stable over a lot more than decades.


What precise measurements were we discussing?

@icolan Something like how to measure time in space with zero gravity.

@azzow2 Time can be easily measured in space with a digital clock, micro gravity or zero gravity do not impact the functionality of a digital clock.

The digital clocks are most likely synchronized with the launch control center, which would be synched with an atomic clock, eventually.


I feel like this is one of those cryptic Facebook posts with song lyrics for a tune that I don't know...

In good faith, I immediately thought of student loan debt.

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