Describe the universe in one word...

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Post by oscar »

phi
What we think, we become. Buddha

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Post by oscar »

Just as a clarification, this describes the universe in one letter...phi.
A.K.A. 1.61803399..... :wink:
What we think, we become. Buddha

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Post by svanimpe »

'Dusty' 8)

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Post by cosmix »

Eternal
DELIVERED BY COSMIX&CINDY

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Post by cosmix »

BLACK
DELIVERED BY COSMIX&CINDY

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Post by photon »

Designed


...


Just KIDDING!

How about:

Home

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Post by stardust1 »

DustBuster wrote:
Nikita wrote:OK Jakson, I know I'm not the only one to wonder what 42 is about. Or at least I'm hoping I'm not the only one who doesn't understand! :oops:
Could you offer a meaning?
Thanks!
OK Nikita, you may not be the only one to wonder about 42; and we'll encourage Jakson to explain- but it's related to why having and extra arm and head can not only help you search for StarDust, but also help you become President of the Universe!
I don´t want to dash anybody´s hopes. Just to be correct (I asked Marvin about that): "... help you become President of the Galaxy". The Universe is bigger, a good deal bigger! It´s

immeasurable
Wir leben in einer Zeit vollkommener Mittel und verworrener Ziele. (Albert Einstein)

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Post by voyager1682002 »

COLOURFUL

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Post by h.d.thoreau »

Unseen, for we can only see and feel the universe through a little part of the electromagnetic spectrum. What the true universe is, is and always will be a mystery, for we can only comprenhend a small portion of it.

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Post by stardust1 »

Did anybody expect until now, the universe might be

unexpected?
Wir leben in einer Zeit vollkommener Mittel und verworrener Ziele. (Albert Einstein)

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Post by be-one »

CLEAN

If you are not convinced, try to find just single a particle of dust in it.

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Post by stardust1 »

be-one wrote:CLEAN
If you are not convinced, try to find just single a particle of dust in it.
Wow! This argument is definitely conclusive!
Wir leben in einer Zeit vollkommener Mittel und verworrener Ziele. (Albert Einstein)

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Post by endust »

Going through seven pages and nobody defined it as it must be...

change

alternatively : differences or mathematically, deltas

everything boils down to that

keep dusting

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Post by DustBuster »

In another word:

"CHOAS"

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Post by endust »

Chaos infers randomness. Is it truly random or order at a level so complex we can never decifer it?

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