Flowers.

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When flowers reached Australia: University of Melbourne research has established when and where flowering plants first took a foothold. New research has revealed that Australia’s oldest flowering plants are 126 million years old and may have resembled modern magnolias, buttercups and laurels. (1)

An empty continent.

With no flowers.

Full with life.

But void of any beauty.

You could say that this is a dead cosmos.

But it is the only one worth being alive.

For there is nothing better than having flowers.

And that is wanting them!

Look at the desert.

Can you smell the flowers?

(not important…)

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Galaxies. Dancing…

Galaxies millions of light years away seem to be connected by an unseen network of massive intergalactic structures, which force them to synchronize in ways that can’t be explained by existing astrophysics, Vice reports. In particular, there have been many instances of astronomers observing galaxies that seem to be connected and moving in sync with each other. A study published in The Astrophysical Journal, found that hundreds of galaxies are rotating in exactly the same way, despite being millions of light years apart. “The observed coherence must have some relationship with large-scale structures, because it is impossible that the galaxies separated by six megaparsecs [roughly 20 million light years] directly interact with each other,” Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute astronomer Hyeop Lee told the site. (1)

Surely very interesting.

But again we are missing the obvious.

The weird thing would be for galaxies not to synchronize!

How can anything not be connected to everything else?

How can the leaf not be connected with the tree? How can the worm not be connected to the Earth? How can the huge stars travelling in the vast space not be connected to the small butterfly being drifted away by the wind? How can you not affect the fate of the cosmos?

Be humble. Accept that you are not important.

And you will feel the connection with everything.

Everything else which is equally unimportant.

Everything else which is equally important.

And the galaxies will synchronize.

And the starts will fall.

And you’ ll dance…

Back in time…

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Time, as far as we know, moves only in one direction. But in 2018, researchers found events in some gamma-ray burst pulses that seemed to repeat themselves as though they were going backwards in time.

Recent research suggests a potential answer for what might be causing this time reversibility effect. If waves within the relativistic jets that produce gamma-ray bursts travel faster than light – at ‘superluminal’ speeds – one of the effects could be time reversibility. (1)

Going back in time.

To speak to our self.

And to warn Him.

That his kids will go astray.

That He should not create the cosmos.

You will never listen to you.

Because you know.

What is here now it was.

What will be has already been.

The past affects the future.

Only because the future had already affected the past.

The only thing that lies being both is Now.

The moment of birth.

The moment of death.

The moment of silence.

Standing still.

Can you hear yourself crying yesterday?

Can you feel yourself smiling tomorrow?

The cosmos should not exist.

And yet it does.

Only because you didn’t listen.

If only you never spoke…

Self-assembling

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Chemists have created a new material that self-assembles into 2D networks in a predictable and reproducible manner. They have successfully synthesized a complex material by design — paving the way for its suite of new properties to be applied in many fields. (1)

Self-assembling materials…

Self-assembling continents…

Self-assembling planets…

Self-assembling stars…

Look everything from above and you will see. That what you see is nothing but an illusion. Not because it does not exist. But because what you believe you did NOT see*, actually existed everywhere in the first place. Inside a self-assembling cosmos…

* Check for example the case of humans believing there is no water on the Moon (now we have started discovering it everywhere), that there are no other planets like Earth (now we have started discovering them everywhere), that life is rare in the universe (now we have started discovering indications for it everywhere) et cetera.

Reading. Seeing. Seeing better!

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Reading is a recent invention in the history of human culture — too recent for dedicated brain networks to have evolved specifically for it. How, then, do we accomplish this remarkable feat? As we learn to read, a brain region known as the ‘visual word form area’ (VWFA) becomes sensitive to script (letters or characters). However, some have claimed that the development of this area takes up (and thus detrimentally affects) space that is otherwise available for processing culturally relevant objects such as faces, houses or tools.

An international research team led by Falk Huettig (MPI and Radboud University Nijmegen) and Alexis Hervais-Adelman (MPI and University of Zurich) set out to test the effect of reading on the brain’s visual system. If learning to read leads to ‘competition’ with other visual areas in the brain, readers should have different brain activation patterns from non-readers — and not just for letters, but also for faces, tools, or houses. ‘Recycling’ of brain networks when learning to read has previously been thought to negatively affect evolutionary old functions such as face processing. Huettig and Hervais-Adelman, however, hypothesized that reading, rather than negatively affecting brain responses to non-orthographic (non-letter) objects, may, conversely, result in increased brain responses to visual stimuli in general. (1)

Seeing. Reading. Learning.

In an inactive cosmos we are active.

Don’t be fooled by the super nova or the black holes colliding.

There is silence in the cosmos.

And we break that silence with our chatter.

Seeing. Seeing more. And then even more!

Learning to read in a cosmos which says nothing.

Nothing but the obvious…

Listen to your self while reading aloud.

He doesn’t truly say anything.

Except only when you stay silent and listen to him…

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