What we observe

is three-dimensional shadows

of four-dimensional actions.

We don’t know

about the complexity of reality,

yet it’s full of the purest simplicity…

(…that we can only grasp as such… 89 more words

What we observe

is three-dimensional shadows

of four-dimensional actions.

We don’t know

about the complexity of reality,

yet it’s full of the purest simplicity…

(…that we can only grasp as such… 89 more words

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The twisted sense

of cause and effect

is like a lens

distorting the utterly exact.

How can you determine the exact outcome

of a really chaotic universe… 105 more words

‘Good Omens’ should be read by everyone who thinks they know the Universe has a plan set in stone for them. I thought so too, until I finished the novel by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. 584 more words

What if

our universe

can be put

into one simple equation?

What if

the equation is so simple

that it would

blow our minds?

But why appears everything… 103 more words