Sunday, March 2, 2014


What would the world look like, if no one was there who could see it? There would be no colors, no fragrances, no sounds and no beautiful sunsets. It would be neither hot, nor cold. The moon would not be there.

Matter, as most people know these days, consists of practically nothing, void, empty space between the electrons and the atomic nucleus.

What are electrons made of? What is empty space really? What do you mean when you talk about the reality? Do you mean the void and a few vibrating strings here and there?

Realism and materialism are outdated worldviews, as far as I can see. Spirit and matter, the observer and the observed, are two sides of the same coin. One side cannot exist without the other.