they told me it was something to do with
bulk and speed and density, not weight
or size. the way a car makes a lesser impact
with a still body than a bus or a full
dressed van. mass. illusive concept. not
like the straight forward easy measures
of length, width, or height. things you
can ruler. why are invisible concepts so
hard to enform?



Author's Notes/Comments: 

from book: through the fog of his eyes. 05/09/06

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A concept must pass through

A concept must pass through the prism of our own experience, and hence is seen subjectively. Each person has a different understanding of the same concept.

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E Equals M C Square

M is mass and C is time - go figure. Squaring it makes it three dimensional - right? This is why I never became a rocket scientist. Metaphorically, I concur - objectivity is a myth, what you perceive is totally subjective. - Lady A