Something comes from nothing

When you combine the Uncertainty Principle with Einstein’s famous equation, you get a mind-blowing result: Particles can come from nothing.

“Nothing” doesn’t exist. Instead, there is “quantum foam”, Big Think

Any map or worldview is something we can explore as a projection. We can use it as a pointer for what’s already here in our experience. And that goes for worldviews from science as much as it does for worldviews from religion or mythology.

In this case, it points to our nature.

For daily life practical purposes, I am a human being in the world.

And when I explore what I am in my own first-person experience, I find something else.

I find I more fundamentally am capacity. I am capacity for the world as it appears to me. I am capacity for any and all experience.

And from and within and as this capacity appears experience. This capacity takes the form of consciousness and experience.

From nothing comes something.

And I am all of it. I am capacity taking the form of consciousness and content of experience.


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  • something comes from nothing
    • mirrors our own experience
    • our nature is capacity for any and all experiences
    • and from that “no thing” comes any and all experiences
    • takes the forms of any and all experiences

As with any map or worldview, this too is something we can explore as a projection. We can use it as a pointer for what’s already here in our experience.

In this case, it points to our nature.

For daily life practical purposes, I am a human being in the world.

And when I explore what I am in my own experience, I find something else.

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