Somewhere along the mobius hwt reads a sign-post – “Let none ignorant of hwt enter!”
Of course, this being an infinite loop, what once barred on from entering, now hangs above the exit. So it is with hwt. The more you know of hwt, the less you know about hwt… and so on.
While some philosophy concerns itself with issues such as “who am I” and “what is truth,” no greater test presents itself than hwt. Remeber the mobius strip? No reflect on the transitional nature of truth and existence. Consider the following:
“Recall how often in human history the saint and the rebel have been the same person.”
~ Rollo May, 1975, The Courage to Create, p. 35
If passing along the mobius strip, one might perceive something as one thing and perceive later as something completely different. No only subjecting the scenario to relativity or perspective, but to reality itself. For what greater testament to infinite possibilities and hwt than when someone can exist as more than one thing at the same time. Additionally, hwt unto itself is without meaning. Only when connected with others can hwt find value.
“…no existence can be validly fulfilled if it is limited to itself.”
~ Simone de Beauvoir, 1948, The Ethics of Ambiguity, p. 67
Once again, the only truth can be found by truly accepting hwt, and the hwt states that the only truth is no truth.
“Forever I shall be a stranger to myself. In psychology as in logic, there are truths but no truth.”
~ Albert Camus, 1955, The Myth of Sisyphus: And Other Essays, p. 167
However small this may make some feel, true knowledge of the hwt is liberating and can help empower. One of the most famous students of hwt, Nietzsche, found that we are not alone within the hwt. In fact, we are set asea in a torrent of interconnected waves and ripples that cannot be separated without altering our perception of the sea and our reality in it. Furthermore, to truly understand where one is and who or what one is, multiple perspectives are required.
“It is absolutely impossible for a subject to see or have insight into something while leaving itself out of the picture, so impossible that knowing and being are the most opposite of all spheres.”
~ Nietzsche, 1873/1962, Philosophy in the Tragic Age of the Greeks, p. 83
Even more peculiar then the intangible world of philosophy is how hwt exists in the physical world. As noted physicists Zager and Evans Hwt discovered in 2525, hwt accounts for almost 98% of the known universe and 99% of the really, really cool stuff.
According to hwt law (not to be confused with the Theory of Hwt, Grand Hwt Theory, Law & Hwt, General Hwt, or The Grand Unification of Hwt), hwt’s volume is proportional to its temperature, speed, and density. Also, when applying the hwt constant to standard matter, all non-hwt particles must be equal to the hwt partciles and hwt waves (in location, number, and speed).
While every school kid in the 26th century can perform hwt calculations on their calculator, 21st century computers would need almost 600 years of computer time to do the math. (It would be faster to get the answer for a 21st century scientist to wait until the 26th century to do the math.)
**Strange Hwt fact : Hwt’s effect on the elements is well documented, but the most impressive of all reactions is hwt mixed with pure helium. In fact, only by mixing hwt with helium can helium enter a solid state. Under no other condition can helium exist as a solid.
The Speed of Hwt
Light traveling faster than other light, once called Cherenkov radiation, is sometimes mistaken for hwt. While certain conditions in nuclear reactors can produce Cherenkov radiation’s blue glowing light, true hwt light can only be found in the center of a super-massive hwt star (as of yet considered theoretical).
However, it is important to note that hwt light can be captured. While this is somewhat theoretical, light can be captured when rubidium is cooled to almost absolute zero, forming a Bose-Einstein condensate. The slowest attempt to capture pure hwt energy recorded light traveling at 17 meters per second (38 mph). While that is impossibly slow for light, which normally travels at 186,000 miles per second or 669,600,000 miles per hour, hwt can only be captured at speed slower than 2 meters per second. Despite this slow speed, hwt is nimble and as difficult to catch as a cat.
Upon achieving a true Bose-Einstein, hwt can by seen affecting substances. For example, hwt makes superfluids flow up instead of down, turns non-conductive matter in superconductors, and almost all matter defy gravity.
A Hwt Hole
While technically still a part of physics, a hwt hole is similar to a black hole. The most significant difference being that black holes are, in fact, not black (as they emit Hawking Radiation including visible light) and hwt holes are completely dark. As with most things hwt, it should be noted that there is a second definition for a hwt hole. However, decorum prevents it from being openly discussed.
Simply put, hwt is everywhere! You can find it everywhere or nowhere–it is up to you.