Saturday, March 16, 2002

Oh! - Spaces . . . . .

Jeneane, not so long ago Marek J and some others and I were blog-dancing around the notion of space as applied to music, and it seems we fundamentally agreed that the variable spaces between them are at least as important as the notes themselves.

I made the point there that the same is true of the whole universe; the variable spaces between particles, between groups of particles, and between galaxies, are what makes the universe both interesting, and capable of containing people who evince interest in the spaces.

Nice to see how conversation follows the same principles.

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