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20 February 2006


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Yes, molecules.

A fact I often think of: if the atoms or molecules in a solid were the size of stars, the empty space between them would likewise be a large as the space between stars. A stone, like the galaxy, is mostly empty space.

A complementary fact: empty space in fact has its own energy, which causes little matter ghosts to flicker in and out.

Like the light seen in a closed eye.

If a stone is a verb it must be "dream" -- don't you think?


The dreaming stone. Yes.

And perhaps we are little matter ghosts, flickering?

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