The darkness of the whole universe can’t extinguish a light of a single star.
I read something stupid about how if the universe was infinite, the night sky would be white, not black.
Apparently, a lot of philosophers though that one was really clever. I thought it was really stupid. Doesn’t make any sense. I think those philosophers think too much.
On you tube are these videos about the size of the known universe. Maybe the universe is based on someones thought.
It’s philosophers job to think
I think it’s all a dream. An infinitely complex and ever-changing dream. But don’t ask me anything about this or I will get myself banned for encouraging delusions.
Life is to complex to explain or put into words.
that light is an optical illusion
they have no light.
they might not even be there.
I can feel the warmth of the sun. In my reality i have to know its not an illusion. Like some orientation, a compass in the reality.
Concrete thinking has its perks. Better to take things at face value than to be a crazy philosopher spewing out abstract arguments that can never be proven or refuted.
I like facts and obvious things.
I read that on a science website I like to go to sometimes
I still write about stars as a poet
When I started thinking about the optimism bias, and how being unrealistically optimistic can make you function better, I decided to become unrealistically optimistic instead of depressingly realistic. It’s amazing how natural it came to me. Even when I know I’m being unrealistically optimistic, I still am. I’m not sure if this is relevant in any way, but I’m optimistic you can make it seem like it belongs in this thread.
Edit: I had a rough day so forgive me if I’m not making any sense.
There will be light, not much, but enough to beat the darkness. -charles bukowski
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