Jupiter’s new moons. Silent foundations…

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The public many times is called to name some newly discovered planets, as happened in the case of Jupiter a few years ago. (1)

We believe we can escape the past, but we cannot.

Jupiter’s moons will always have names based on Greek mythology.

Because they used to.

Everything we do, speak and write, are based on things we used to do, speak and write.

Go back in the beginning.

At a time when we couldn’t speak or write.

And you will be astounded to discover that everything you speak about are based on silence…

Learning the foundations…

Contrary to widely-held opinion, taking high school calculus isn’t necessary for success later in college calculus – what’s more important is mastering the prerequisites, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry – that lead to calculus. That’s according to a study of more than 6,000 college freshmen at 133 colleges. (1)

Great line of reasoning. Except that we chose to stop it at a point of our choosing. How do you learn algebra, geometry, and trigonometry? Is it important to learn those or do you just need to learn their prerequisites as well?

Go back in the beginning.

To see that there is no prerequisite…

Based on nothing…

A cosmos was born…

You try to keep him alive.

But it really wants to die.

Don’t be sad.

Let that tear flow down your cheek…

Your life will soon end.

And that is the one and one prerequisite you will ever need to Be…

Nietzsche and irrationality as the only possible religion!

Nietzsche believed in the irrationality of life. Something which has led many people against religion. But on the same time many of these people accuse religion of being… irrational.

But can the meaning of life be rational?

Can the purpose of the cosmos be logical?

If we have to accept life as it is, like Nietzsche tells us, then we should embrace the illogical. Only then will we discover the deep darkness of the abyss. Where the only thing that makes things Be exists.


Without explanations. Without foundations.

Pure. Irrational.


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