Saturday, March 17, 2012

What Is "Space", And What I Mean When I Use the Term 'Space'

"Space", What is it?

We are born, we live, we die.  That is our human condition.  As a human, we are typically a, self-mobilized, self-organized pile, of a mixture of various kinds of matter.  Growing in the womb, we were in a liquid 'space', where we floated, effortlessly, and without a care, in a state of perfect peace.  The neutral buoyancy that we experienced for that period of gestation, gave us our first experience of life.  It creates within each of us, the gestation period of neutral buoyancy, an innate genetically integrated feeling of sensual containment, with freedom, that of total love and total peace combined.  It also gives us our first physical concept of boundaries, for as we grew, we found that the 'space' we had come into was getting cramped, and we were literally bouncing off the walls.  Towards the end of the gestation, were are more aware of being confined, and less aware of any feeling of floating, with a building need for that feeling of comfort of floating free, in neutral buoyancy, that we had initially found coming into this 'space'.  Then we are born.  This can happen one of two ways.  The natural method, we come out the way we came in, or the oven is ripped open, and we are pulled out, the oven is fixed afterwards, and the procedure is named after some guy who survived the same procedure first (Cesarean). 

So the concept of 'space' is out first realization, we just didn't know it as an intellectual concept that can be measured, and be used in many ways, including that as topic of understanding, knowledge, conversation, and what we Blog into.

There are many concepts out there, and that their immediateness is based upon the basic concept of 'space', is more a subjective, than objective, trait that we are more prone to employ as a deterministic format of how we want to perceive our environment, from our organic  perspective, that of a 'natural' viewpoint. 

The Physical Nature of things, objects that are real and are repeatably measurable, i.e., objects of mobile solid 'space', that have a measurable distance, and a measurable existence of time, or the Physics of the Natural, is the study of Nature, the natural viewpoint, through the discipline of the Philosophy of Physical Science, aka, Physics.   

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:   "Space":
This article is about the general framework of distance and direction. 
For the space beyond Earth's atmosphere, see Outer space. For all other uses, see Space (disambiguation)
Space is the boundless, three-dimensional extent in which objects and events occur and have relative position and direction.[1] Physical space is often conceived in three linear dimensions, although modern physicists usually consider it, with time, to be part of a boundless four-dimensional continuum known as spacetime. In mathematics one examines "spaces" with different numbers of dimensions and with different underlying structures. The concept of space is considered to be of fundamental importance to an understanding of the physical universe. However, disagreement continues between philosophers over whether it is itself an entity, a relationship between entities, or part of a conceptual framework.

 From the above definition in Wikipedia, 'Space', is a rather complex subject to tackle in just one or two Kilobytes of text.

Once, we as humans, grow and live long enough to learn, then survive to tell about it, and then grow again, a cyclical process, we often get a better, more refined, and a more well defined, concept of 'Space', that of  'my space!' and then have to learn about the 'other's space!' as in other humans, and shared common space, and so on.  We are all made very aware of how much useless space we take up, including that space between the ears.  These all use the basic concept of  'Space' where "Space is the boundless, three-dimensional extent in which objects and events occur and have relative position and direction."  It is our common inborn 'natural' viewpoint of the cold environment in which we live.  All of these kinds of 'space' concepts can be contained in a category called "Subjective Space".

So, What is it I mean when I use the 'Space'?
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