“Fermi discovers giant gamma-ray bubbles in the Milky Way: … Each lobe is 25,000 light-years tall and the whole structure may be only a few million years old.”
—NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, November 9, 2010
this is the view from here
“Everyone, even a scientist, thinks in narrative. Science is a story. Tell it.” jcb.rupress.org/content/165/6/… The Journal of Cell Biology/June 2004—
George Atherton (@notrehta) June 20, 2015
All we know is stories. Some are helpful, some not. None are reality. Reality is not a story. Reality is what is. And this is beyond words.—
George Atherton (@notrehta) July 07, 2013
Yes, reality is beyond words. Words on what is thought to be happening now are not what is actually happening. They are stories.
Wittgenstein: What can be said at all can be said clearly, and what we cannot talk about we must pass over in silence google.com/search?tbo=p&t…—
George Atherton (@notrehta) September 26, 2014
“What can be said at all can be said clearly.” Ludwig Wittgenstein The rest is beyond the mind, nameless. wp.me/p10l7q-1xW—
George Atherton (@notrehta) May 19, 2014
Only in the mind are there beings. A being is a mental construct. Beyond the mind there is only being. Well-being is whole-being; being well is being whole, with metta.
Beyond the mind there are no beings …
There is only what is. There is only this being. And it’s happening now.
Being well is not minding, only caring – with caritas, from the heart – for all that is, and wanting nothing, not even to want nothing.
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