Last night, I attended the SIMEN talk given by Michael Wayne. While he was briefly explaining quantum theory in ‘readers digest’ form (as he put it), I had a thought relating to how the greatest part of a cell is composed of empty space. But what if that which is being called “empty” is actually not empty at all, but a type of matter that we cannot yet ascertain? What if it is something as of yet undetectable? Certainly, even though we cannot measure it, it is ‘holding’ space. And certainly, just because we cannot determine it’s being doesn’t mean that it isn’t something, for it does exist. Another state of being? Why not?
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