WHO DO WE BECOME?

Who Do We Become? We reach out to the stars with radio waves, to form relationships with complex beings like ourselves, hoping other outer-space entities will have solutions to our problems. We expect that to change, to be successful, requires a complex set of behaviors, but let’s look at the facts. Following are closed-space models, chemical …

FROM IMPLICIT TO EXPLICIT

In building a model of how consciousness might develop, we assume that there is an “Implicit Order” (as described by David Bohm in “Wholeness and the Implicit Order”) and a “What Is” or an “Explicit Order” as described by J. Krishnamjurti (in his various works).

HARMONIOUS RELATIONS

I’ve thought lots about a couple of problems I’m attempting to solve for myself here. The first is how to make my cosmologic theories more accessible. Okay, so, you caught me! Don’t call them “cosmologic theories.” Maybe call them my educated guesses. So I’ve decided that every other post will encompass my personal feelings based …

EXPERIMENT

FOR OUR SPECIFIC EXPERIMENT–SEE “THE EXPERIMENT” UNDER MENU IN THE UPPER RIGHT HAND CORNER OF THE HOME PAGE. Place a droplet of water on a surface and it will bunch up, take on the shape of a half sphere. That’s because water molecules are cohesive, partly meaning they have high surface tension in air. The water …

SIZE

    In my investigation of what space is and how it differs from the dimension of time—or not—I came up against something that should look strange to most of us, but that is taken in stride. Namely, the size of things.   Coming back from Vegas through all of the beautiful, yet never-ending desert, …

Anniversary Post/Summary

    This post is for those who, for whatever reason, through the Facebook platform decided to congratulate Union of Opposites website on its one-year anniversary.   On this site, we posit that there exists an Implicit World (Bohm’s Implicit (see Wholeness And The Implicit Order) a WIBWI: What Is Behind What Is), a nondescript …

Analogs: What We Can Know

Analogs: What We Can Know What is the essence of what we can know? That is a vastly different question than What is Behind What is? Studying the applied math we use to solve scientific problems, we learn the extent of that language, what we are capable of understanding. The energy equation and its solutions, …

Art Precedes Science

They say. . . who says? . . . I don’t know, but I’ve heard that Art precedes Science by 50 years.  I just know that I saw this performance-art experiment on TV this morning. The experiment illustrates how at least two perspectives are required to transfer information back and forth across a boundary to …