Saturday, 25 April 2009


The night sky's profligate shower of white-hot stars are in motion, frozen momentarily by the peculiarity of our perspective—only by that. If we apprehended time more accurately then we would see the stars as they truly are, in fluid motion. As it is it is the nature of our handicap that we are effectively frozen, or trapped, or isolated in time, and everything—as we look about—appears to have stopped.

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