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Adam Southworth: The Illustris simulation covers ~350 million light years of space. I find it beautiful too : )
No, I haven't heard the sounds, Mrs. Sorry I missed your post I don't attend to things here.
I agree, this does look like neurons in a brain (or burgeoning roots?) It calls to mind the ancient Greek philosopher and father of anatomy Alcmeon, who likened the motions of the soul to the motions of the heavens.
unknowman in reply to Adam Southworth: I managed to see in a report by a famous Argentine YouTuber staying in Florida a cosmic cataclysm in which a loop in cosmic movement could be seen in which everything it encompasses stops making sense or lacks relativity, quite curious.
unknowman: I have 3TB of external memory full of games, programs, music and I had others but the hard drive was damaged by the daily knocks when plugging in the USB and the external drive, they told me that I could have died of disgust and honestly I could still hoard more video games. My philosophy is to always improvise without thinking about anything and preferably without thinking about it. When I think about doing something, I usually don't do it.
Adam Southworth in reply to unknowman: Your philosophy interests me. Less thought is sometimes good. I was reading about Taoism which says something quite close. I feel I too need to take more action and allow things to unfold.
I wonder how you practice this philosophy. Does it help you? Does it come from somewhere?
unknowman: knight Persifal with his horse and the next image it could be the queen Geneva and king Arthur with the Holy Grial
unknowman: I don't know if these two knights are friends but I think they can't see each other, they must love each other to death and of course there can only be one left, what a cross
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Adam Southworth in reply to o_I AM ALL THAT IS_o: You'll have to post pictures when you complete it. Am I right that the "bright morning star" is a symbol of Christ and the divine light that vanquishes the darkness?
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Adam Southworth: I expect they were doing their job *shrugs* I just remember their part of the room was dark, that they said almost nothing to us, though they whispered and spoke in low, hushed tones to each other. I don't think anyone explained that this was a school photo. They simply sat us in front of this machine and this strange group of people in a dark corner of the room. You can see the defensive body-language.