P. Orbis Proszynski if all things are wispy whirring movements finding themselves together with other similar wispy whirring movements that are stable enough when you are far enough away to add other collections of wispy whirring movements Because we can’t see those wispy whirring movements, we instead see them as edges and outlines and what’s within the edges and outlines we call objects.

P. Orbis Proszynski if all things are wispy whirring movements finding themselves together with other similar wispy whirring movements that are stable enough when you are far enough away to add other collections of wispy whirring movements

Because we can’t see those wispy whirring movements, we instead see them as edges and outlines and what’s within the edges and outlines we call objects.

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