Possible Worlds collection
“As the realm of sets is for mathematicians, so logical space is a paradise for philosophers. We have only to believe in the vast realm of possibilia, and there we find what we need to advance our endeavours” – David Lewis, On the Plurality of Worlds.
We all love entertaining possible worlds and what could have been, and what better way than believing possible worlds really do exist to ignite our exploration of the possible.
Time as Space
Entertaining space and time as equal – if a particle can exist at one place or another, then it can exist at one time or another.
“There ought to be something very special about the boundary conditions of the universe, and what can be more special than the condition that there is no boundary?” – Stephen Hawking on his no-boundary proposal/ shuttlecock theory of the universe
An appreciation for the rhythm of patterns repeating on all scales, from cells, to plants, to galactic formations in nature.