Fred-Rick
Fred-Rick
Nov 8 · 1 min read

You don’t give me much to work with, Jordan, but I do have a hunch. It is not intended to be an insult, so I hope you can take my stating that you are what I would call a Cyclops. There are two kinds: one is created around the idea that everything and all is somehow united, while the other is basically the negative of that — nothing stated is ever right.

In the Big Picture there are two levels, never one. For instance, with materialization there is the divergent action we are aware of since Hubble, c.s. so that is one level of not-uniting. The other level is that at the ‘local’ environment we have a uniting feature of matter in as far as possible. These two levels should be considered by the human brain as the foundation: two eyes therefore need to be open to see the big picture.

Curious how you are going to reply to this.

    Fred-Rick

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    Structural Philosopher