I hope you dont mind me posting this in here:
Me and a student spend the majority of Friday afternoon discussing the meaning of life and came up with some pretty deep theories I wanted to put out there!!!... also it would be cool to hear your opinions :)
We firstly saw this image:
A fairly common image, basically a picture of electromagnetic plasma in the universe compared to the neurons in a brain cell of the human brain. Now i have seen these images floating around for some time and its in my opinion the most logical explanation to life....
(Much more realistic than a fish killing natzi man that comes with an endless supply of red wine but frowns upon people who drink it. )
Imagine that the universe is actually finite, the universe is a self contained cell that is part of a much larger unit.
If you think of our solar system, the Sun is our Nucleus, without the Sun we would be nothing.
Lets go a little bonkers for a moment and consider a memory.. 'as Ed would say'
A memory is a chemical reaction at the end of a brain cell/nerve ending.
We are simply another persona imagination, we are a cell that is part of something much greater.
Speaking to some philosophers yesterday they had a theory that in the grand scheme of life our individual lives are merely a blink of an eye and the long time we call life is over in seconds really.... we are insignificant but we are here to live a life for as long as possible in order to 'support' a greater unit? for as long as possible.
Imagine in your brain you have billions of little universes at every nerve ending.
I believe the meaning of life is to live as long as possible and to be as clean as possible - Clean earth no pollution... no diseases... the cleaner we are the longer we live the more of a use we are.
Lastly!!! my little blogging munchkins I am sorry or being MIA I am in the process of moving my blog to a new domain, with friends reading my blog I have gone all shy so once im up and running elsewhere I will find a way of letting you all know, probably through twitter!!!
I have a headache now.