View Full Version : Here are some philsophies people, read, and be awed.
11-27-2006, 11:28 PM
Alright, lets just get a baseline here, the first one I wish to discuss is sight because I was talking to Danstka about it earlier on aim. He had an odd quote that his friend was stating how he wondered how eyes worked. While on shrooms. So I answered his quote to my best understanding.
You see, being the the earth is a sphere, and the universe is an infinitet spherical entity. We are in actuality upside down. Walking on the earth, held only by gravity. We see things, yet, they are really upside down because we are constaly facing outward. Our eyes refract the light and BAM we see them rightside up. Now, this is a really simple way to state what I believe, and I could be entirely wrong, but, what the fuck do you know?
All in all thought, this is really based entirely on theorys, as most science is, and this is just a small part of a greater theory. I dunno if you agree, but, I agree entirely with myself.
There is way more to this then just that though, yet, I don't fell I've the time to write what I desire. I wish I could just talk.
I think your just crazy.
But yes, I can totally see where your coming from. But wouldnt we only be totally upside down at certain times, while other times we are sideways, or rightside up? Or would our own personal "Upside Down" be, well, reversed, since we and the ground we walk on is upsidedown at the same time we are? Wouldnt that just reverse it and keep everything right side up?
If you were to take the round earth and cut the sphere so that you could make a long flat stretch of land, everyone would be rightside up without having to physically flip over or more. So doesnt that prove your theory wrong?
11-28-2006, 01:11 AM
The point you are missing is that the earth isn't just a sphere but the galaxy as a whole is a sphere, in the sphereical universe.
Imagine a snowball rolling down a hill. Now, take that snowball, put it in the air, and roll another snow layer around it, and another layer, and so forth. You would be constantly facing outward, so, you would inherently be upside down. In all ways, since the sphere, is inherently your plateau, the sky is inherently the layer you are facing, but gravity pulls you to the earth.
If you were to take the round earth and cut the sphere so that you could make a long flat stretch of land, everyone would be rightside up without having to physically flip over or more. So doesnt that prove your theory wrong? But, you cannot do that, so, that disporves that immediately.
11-28-2006, 04:46 AM
The only thing that defies up and down in the first place is gravity, if you're in space up and down doesn't really mean shit.
11-28-2006, 05:07 AM
well, I'm just relating it to what we humans assume are words. I mean, technically words dont mean shit, but, we still use them and know them and think they are fact.
11-28-2006, 05:31 AM
thing is words do mean shit, they are a way to communicate, it's not really one of those things you can say "they don't mean shit" if that were true, you wouldn't be able to understand me, I think I know what you mean and i'm sure you know what I'm getting at, all through the wondrous meaningful use of "words" :P
11-28-2006, 10:12 AM
I agree with you and have had lots of disscussions with close buddies about how we are all in a different state than we see. What do words mean? Words are things that people hear and interpret. Therefore everyword has no definite meaning, it can't. If you say brothel to someone they interpret it based on all of their past dealings and then respond back to you in the way that THEY understand the word. Words have a meaning in terms of communication, but they have a limit. You can't communicate your experiences with drugs in words. Things you see.... You can only give what's "Close" to what you saw, no one will ever be able to understand what it was fully because they aren't you.
11-28-2006, 10:34 AM
I think the universe and everything are nothing more than a giant infinity. Anything can happen so sometimes it does. But a lot of stuff doesn't happen sometimes as well. Therefore we have something and we have nothing, which would have to be both parts of infinity. There can be no such thing as nothingness cause nothingness is somethingness. In order to for nothing to be there must be an absence. All the thoughts and happenings of humans are nothing compared to the bigger happenings. You have the rest of the life on the earth, you have the planets in our immediate solar system, you have everything all of those things are made of atoms, neutrons, electrons, protons all dancing around each other. Ever notice that you have the unimaginably small and then you have the unimaginably big? Everything seemse to be layered to me. sub atomic, atomic, psychological, biological, ecological, atmosphereic, planetary, solar, terrestrial, extraterrestrial galactic, universal. I think there is a great truth to the universe that can be known. Whether it be some perfect equation("The Theory of Everything") or that the universe is absurd and cannot be known. It would take the efforts of damn near an entire race but somethings could be known. The problem is humans are supposedly the smartest beings on Earth but far too many are so wrapped up in trivialities and consumerism and me me me. We live in a me culture. Fuck you I'm gonna get mine. We would almost have to be united as one race to transend what we are now I think. Then we would work as one being. Then there would be balance for us. Remeber there can only be two for balance. The HUMAN and The EARTH would live in harmony and maybe some of the chaos would cease. Thats all I have for now.
12-24-2006, 08:58 PM
Theres never an upside down if the universe is spherical. There's no rightside up either. If we're both right side up then who decides who is rightside up and who is upside down?