So incredibly fundamental. And we ultimately don’t know what it is.
Einstein revolutionized physics with the realization that the speed of light in a vacuum was the ONLY constant available regardless of your frame of reference. Very fundamental.
Then, we go over to the quantum mechanics boys and everything really starts to get weird. Is it made of particles? Is it composed of waves? And the brutally confusing answer: yes.
It should give anyone with the ability to reflect upon reality pause. The fish in the sea is the worst creature to ask about water, since it is all he knows and thus he tunes it out. And here we are in our sea of light. Oblivious.
As Yoda would say, “Humbling it is!”
Today’s topic brought to the LBC by Will Knott.