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31Aug/140

When Did We Get So Old? – NYTimes.com

Not to make too much of  this but the idea of getting old assumes an ontological stance I  think can be disputed.

The claim is that one was young once,  indeed that one  was born as a new entity, an entity now making a more or less prolonged exit.

What if  this is not what is going on? What if we  never come into existence  the way we think?  What if our apparent existence is really the manifestation of exquisitely synergistic events that coalesce for a time then subside as  their significance shades into other manifestations?

 

 

When Did We Get So Old? - NYTimes.com.

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