Wor(l)d of the Present: SIZE


Another evening of leisurely writing, now that the Python program to regenerate moorelife.nl is up and running. Sure, I could add a feature to automatically detect already existing acrosstics in what I write and generate links to those pages before the site is regenerated, but for now I am happy to insert those myself, since it is easily doable with a saved macro in Notepad++, my favorite text editor. It is part of the bunch of free programs you can download in one simple installer at ninite.com.

Size, in whatever measure you express it, does not matter. It is merely a definition that makes it more easy to relay information to others. We humans will reach great heights if we stop using size as an element for competition. Size, like any tool, is not good or bad. It is what we do with it that makes all the difference.

It is somewhat ironic, that our research into the smallest bits of physical reality has caused us to construct the largest science experiment ever conceived: the Large Hadron Collider across the border of Switzerland and France is used to do experiments concerning particles that are beyond protons and neutrons, even smaller in size. However, where most of us learned in school that at lest the cores of atoms were consisting of solid particles. New discoveries however have shown that even at that relatively large scale, a resonating field of energy describes things much better.

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