This blog is concerned with poetry, philosophy, science, and religion.
Sunday, December 29, 2013
In mathematics, a point is never an area because a particle is never a wave. A point is a place in both time-space and energy-space. If a point expands to an area, it ceases to be a point, and the place it was is not the place it becomes. A point is never held to nothing. In order for a point to exist it must be held to an energy state.