Why isn’t everything the same? Why does time seem to have a past/present/future and not just “is”? Why does there seem to be separate objects?

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Why isn’t everything the same? Why does time seem to have a past/present/future and not just “is”? Why does there seem to be separate objects?

Step into the holy grail of physics and there’s the search for the ultimate “one” – the elegant formula that rules us all, the one from which all is derived, where everything simply is, and whatever isn’t that formula is derived from the formula.

[I’m oversimplifying of course]

Should such a something be created/discovered, it would be proof that “everything is ultimately the same”.

So if everything is ultimately the same, what are the “differences-from” that distinguish this from that from the other thing?

That sort of thing is how I’m thinking.

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I like looking for profundity in the blatantly obvious because good stuff can be hiding in plain sight, entirely overlooked :)

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