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DEEPYOGA.CA • DR. PANKAJ SETH, ND
What binds us to space-time is our rest mass, which prevents us from flying at the speed of light, when time stops and space loses meaning. In a world of light there are neither points nor moments of time; beings woven from light would live "nowhere" and "nowhen"; only poetry and mathematics are capable of speaking meaningfully about such things.
                                                                                             Yuri Manin, professor of Mathematics at Northwestern University