Philander Potts, professor of Cosmetology at the Cornel Phenomenology Laboratory,
added to this discovery in 1973 with his insight into the Law of Motion, Our
(Journal of Modern Science and Crossdressing No.1246).
He observed that as more people got into a Volkswagen Van the longer it took to
accelerate to its top speed of 40 miles per hour. Alas, it also took even
longer to stop. On his monument at the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico is
incised his formula: "1 marble + 1 dead cat + one Volkswagen Van = 40
miles per hour. "
From all of this it becomes obvious that, if there is really anything
existing in the universe, it looks exactly like a marble. Extrapolating from
that we arrive at the sure and certain conclusion that all is not what it seems
which is the very essence of the proof for the non-existence of the universe.
The philosophical implications are enormous.
What we see as existing is merely the appearance of existence. Reality is in
the observing. What is observed is ourselves observing our own perceptions. The
universe is only our perception of it and it has no independent
existence. We create the universe by looking at it.
This is obvious and
controls work because they have a manual that says they will. The manual, read
or not, is a collection of incantations giving power to whoever holds the
device. The humble and ubiquitous battery is merely the repository of these
incantations and others like them. It is our belief that is the real and
ultimate power, not the thing believed in. Existence exists because we believe
it does. Without us there is nothing. With us there is still nothing but since we
don't believe in nothing, nothing is exactly what happens.