Then again, what if we’re everywhere?

While we tend to think of ourselves as being located ‘within’ the bodies we are wearing, it’s not at all clear to me that this is the case. These bodies could be rather similar to views in a database – a particular way at looking at the dataset rushing towards us. And, also, I keep coming back to the interesting idea about the electron probability cloud. As near as we can currently tell, a electron forms a probability cloud around the nucleus of a atom. While the odds are enormously high that it will be within a few diameters of that nucleus, it would appear that the odds never do fall to zero that it will be any distance short of infinity away. So maybe we’re all everywhere. 😉

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