Time Travel with We Plants Are Happy Plants

23 Sep

Put on your space suit and to comprehend this:

“Living 14,000 years didn’t make me a genius. I just had time. Time. We can’t see it, we can’t hear it, We can’t weigh it, we can’t measure it in a laboratory. It’s a subjective sense of becoming What we are instead of what we were a nanosecond ago, Becoming what we will be in another nanosecond. The Hopis (native american tribe) see time as a landscape, Existing before and behind us, And we move– We move through it, Slice by slice. Clocks measure time. No, they measure themselves. The objective referent of clock is another clock. How very interesting. What has it got to do with John? Oh, he–He might be a man Who lives outside of time as we know it” – The Man from Earth, a 2007 sci-fi film

The best timed mile I’ve ever ran was to this song, I finished exactly at its end.

-Him

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