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  • Writer's pictureAmelia Nicol

Imagining Time a Coil

Imaginary infinitum and the source-less electric within, the chances of that which is within meeting with that which is outside of us: the odds of happening upon something that you cannot compensate or adapt to is almost impossible. The differences in the conditions for perspective sense and the need for personal indicative and timing. The distances beyond thought or intention, the assurances of impossibility and the actuality of infinitum. That which is within being met with something that is without: a separate and innate field, that is imaginary and infinite, that can transpose source-less electric to the medium of thought…The actuality of eternity and imaginary space, the distance beyond any actual interest and the differences in immediacy and actual being. Instinct and imagination, the ways in which infinitum and (even imaginary) eternity must influence the ways in which we experience the world around us, and our capabilities in absorbing information from the environments we are in: ‘we are only met with circumstances we can handle,’ some part of me is already prepared for any environmental influence. Without the idea of infinitum, its almost impossible to freely adapt, and to evolve means an infinitum of possibilities in change and chance movement and growth. While everything could seem to be connected in the idea that we all evolved from and continue evolving to the same place, (why would we be evolving back to the same place, sans infinitum, back to the ameboid, that Gaia theory wholism gone haywire nonsense) the variation necessary to timing and nature are chaotic unto infinitum as well, and connectivity or continuation cannot be decided, nor assumed: especially based on specific instances of isolated cases that will never actually apply to any underlying principles in nature and or natural systems. Time scaling for the spiraling coils that keep passing by each other, that stretch out beyond any imagining, to infinitum, which continually pass by similar points in timing, forming curve and dimension, remembering similarity and working always toward more individuality. Imagining time a coil or spiral, a closed enough spring to almost rub at the parts that would have been passed by before were an object traversing the shapeliness of the metal. Humming along a spiraling, wobbling path…senescence imagined in the recognizing of timing in nature, in the possibilities of underlying formulate which predicts events with instinct and imagination. Underlying time…frame…in…a…spiral…the predispositions of shapeliness in nature, the conditions of impossibility and the need for pattern. (pattern (is) need for random, not necessarily chaotic, information)

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