Category Archives: Space/Time/the Universe

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“You are alive right this second. That is an amazing thing,” they told me. When you consider the nearly infinite number of forks in the road that lead to any single person being born, they said, you must be grateful … Continue reading

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By human standards it could not possibly have been artificial: It was the size of a world. But it was so oddly and intricately shaped, so clearly intended for some complex purpose that it could only have been the expression … Continue reading

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by NASA (source)

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That Part of Your Mind Where It’s Unsafe to Travel by Elise Nicol (credit: elisenicol.com)

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If water is desire, connectivity, the possibility of current, language itself, what happens when the water is emptied out, when nothing is left but the basin of retrieval, the properties of the body and the memory of matter, addressed? from The … Continue reading

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from the Last Cosmology by Kikuji Kawada (source)

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A poem only becomes poetry when its structure is made not of words but forces. The force is poetry. Everyone knows what poetry is, but who can say it? Its nature is to be felt, but never apprehended. from El Quasar performance, … Continue reading

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