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Sunday, April 10, 2016
Founding Writings of Pan-Dimensionalism or Omni-Dimensionalism
"The hypothesis of infinite dimensions seems to prove that if each thing in some way 'IS' its own dimension, then on one of the infinite dimensions, the information is always preserved. In other words, there is a whole dimension for every proper object that can be observed." ---Nathan Coppedge, via [ Quora ] April 10, 2016.
"The future overlaps with the past. Out of binary laws comes the idea that past standards are always in some way conserved, while future succeeds in realizing merely some species of development. We can only return to the past, but we can only realize the future." ---Nathan Coppedge, April 10, 2016.
Previous examples are Ian Bogost's Alien Phenomenology, and
Possibly Herbert Marcuse's strange writing on seagulls...