"What controls Nature?"

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PostSun Dec 22, 2013 3:59 pm » by Webcat


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The Sun is much a PART of nature as a drop of water.

What controls the Sun then, when it has 'quiet' moments or creates sun-spots etc.? Is that not PART of Nature and it's control?

So, the question is still valid.

"What controls Nature?"

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Indeed, it is as much a part, the entire solar system is all part, the Milky way is a part, the entire universe is a part. Earth is a microcosm of the whole, a fractal representation of the the bigger picture. We see the patterns and stand in awe. But to understand the controlling aspect would be to understand the universe, and it's creation, it's life and it's demise. And we are a long way away from understanding that. But I would postulate that the very existence of the Universe controls it's aspects.

I will just let nature amaze me, and live with the hope my fellow man will not destroy and waste this beautiful planet before we get closer to the understanding of what really makes it tick....

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"What makes it tick....." is what I'm asking and like billions of people before me, I doubt if I will work it out!! :flop:

But we can have a good debate about it! :sunny:

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PostSun Dec 22, 2013 4:20 pm » by pushtone


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"What makes it tick....."

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PostSun Dec 22, 2013 4:22 pm » by Slith


Actually Webbie. The more I think about it............... the more I think about it.


Good question. :flop:

Now I must go think. Oh Gawd
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PostSun Dec 22, 2013 4:25 pm » by Webcat


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"What makes it tick....."

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Interesting concept that time could be the controlling aspect of nature. Though I strongly suspect that the human view of 'time' has developed from nature itself.

Human time: Birth, life and death.

Natures time: Creation, growth and death.

Does time exist because of nature or does nature operate because of time?

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PostSun Dec 22, 2013 4:29 pm » by Webcat


Slith wrote:Actually Webbie. The more I think about it............... the more I think about it.


Good question. :flop:

Now I must go think. Oh Gawd


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yep, it's a real jump down the 'Rabbit Hole'.

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PostSun Dec 22, 2013 4:37 pm » by pushtone


Webcat wrote:
pushtone wrote:
Webcat wrote:
"What makes it tick....."

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Interesting concept that time could be the controlling aspect of nature. Though I strongly suspect that the human view of 'time' has developed from nature itself.

Human time: Birth, life and death.

Natures time: Creation, growth and death.

Does time exist because of nature or does nature operate because of time?

:think:

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hi

ouch ....always the death -

that's not so :wink:


- have a few things on but will return later.

thanks.

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PostSun Dec 22, 2013 7:54 pm » by Giovanni


"What controls Nature?"

We All Do. :flop:


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PostThu Dec 26, 2013 1:08 am » by pushtone


Webcat wrote:
pushtone wrote:
Webcat wrote:
"What makes it tick....."

:cheers:


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:wink:


Interesting concept that time could be the controlling aspect of nature. Though I strongly suspect that the human view of 'time' has developed from nature itself.

Human time: Birth, life and death.

Natures time: Creation, growth and death.

Does time exist because of nature or does nature operate because of time?

:think:

:cheers:


if we have a ball - and inside that ball all is trapped 'in time' ....knowing only to exist by feeding on itself - past,present and future... and so is separated from the 'timeless' outside (the ball) only by what it 'believes' to be it's true nature.

imo :wink:
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"If we take eternity to mean not infinite temporal duration but timelessness, then eternal life belongs to those who live in the present.

Ludwig Wittgenstein.


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