ah yes! yes, that would (if I did my ontology right) fit. It’s what I’m saying. Emergence is the same as static objects. It’s not a paradox but a process and their state can mix and merge because they’re of the same ‘substance’ as it were – of emergences.

ah yes! yes, that would (if I did my ontology right) fit. It’s what I’m saying.
Emergence is the same as static objects. It’s not a paradox but a process and their state can mix and merge because they’re of the same ‘substance’ as it were – of emergences.
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     exactly. Our languages tend to stink at expressing these notions properly, all the way back to ancient Greek.
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    yes – it’s a “how you look at it” thing!
    Have you ever been in a building and imagined what it was like when it was just ground, and then imaging it falling apart around you and being at a “there was once a building here” time?
    Bit of mental time travel but staying in the same place.
    I think it’s kind of that sensation how it’s all of that at once, and accepting that our brains are simply going to struggle with clarity and just have to enjoy the ride
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    That’s the one! It’s such a personal experience I hardly ever hear anybody talk about it yet I _know_ (gut) I’m not the only one.
    You’re standing in place and time is moving around you and changing things. Experiencing BOTH “is” and “isn’t”, “becoming/was once” and “is now” – and really an is and neverwas — “coulds”
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