Languages : The doorway to infinity

— Languages : The Doorway to Infinity —



Jason Silva and Kevin Kelly voices the languages to be the first singularity that we experienced as humankind. Whether we were planted here as a seed or created, I don’t know, but how language came about we can only conjecture at. Did it always exist in another form, did our consciousness form it out of midair, and what made us conscious in the first place?

Did the forbidden fruit in the story of creation, make us conscious and aware?

Did it free us from total ignorance? Especially when you learn of a new word “wetware”, another word for the neurology of the brain and the central nervous system of the human body.

Mine is broken, it’s partly dryware, or would have to be, if I’m to walk again, unless a miracle happens.

I don’t know, but I’m tired of looking for the answers and being ridiculed at every answer, I come up with.

It may not be the truth, or a very distorted truth, as in the fish story. Which is every scripture that talks about the secrets of life, they are more or less stories and parables giving examples that certify aspects of life, either what not to do or what to do.


So the Good book, the bible, is a collection of history and genocides that occurred throughout the Jewish peoples historic recollections, it brought us further away from God, and closer to the big fish story teller that Jesus gave birth too, then came Muhammad, who was also was a big fish story prophet… that led many away from God rather than to God. Well, not Muhammad or Jesus, they were sincere and truthful, but their followers were the ones to embellish the lies.

Every sentence that we say, is left to the interpretations that determine their growth. Is it true to the next generation, or is it left to the embellishments that grow wild, and grow wilder with the next generation’s offspring, and so on and so on. Till you don’t know what’s true anymore.

It’s been that way with the conjecture’s of astronomical physicists about the space and the black holes, we’ve never even seen one or observed one, but we came up with many conjectures about them. They are something to be feared though… cause we fear the unknown.

I guess languages are our first singularity, but what was our first singularity, if the singularity is the third definition.


  • 3.) a hypothetical moment in time when artificial intelligence and other technologies have become so advanced that humanity undergoes a dramatic and irreversible change.


It’s every time I get confused, which would be a couple of times every day.

How many singularities I’ve gone through in my lifetime? Well, I’ve been alive about 21184 days(58 years), well double, that, I’ve seen at least that many singularities in my life.

Where what we create marvels me to confusion… it’s irreversible, unless I want to learn about it. Then I conquer it, when I understand it, and causes the confusions to be no weight at all, as light as a feather, that I don’t carry anymore.


The heaviness is the confusion that we feel, and the freedom is the enlightenment in the understandings we feel, where our confusions become like feathers on the wings, that we form in our understandings.

Be on the lookout in your flights over humanity for more singularities, and shine a light upon them, so that others see them. I’ve encountered many in my lifetime and many that I solved, and many that I haven’t solved, and probably never will before I die, but it is always a blessing that you share what you observed in your flights of fancy throughout your lives.

No matter if you understand it, or not, maybe the person that you share it with, will understand it, or give you a person that he/she knows that will understand it.

In the words of Buzz Lightyear… “To infinity… and beyond!”

Hopefully, you have a safe trip to infinity… languages is a doorway to that infinity, it might be circular revolving door or not, you just have to not travel 360 degrees, or you are back where you started, and more confused than ever.

It might be a secret exit, you need to look for clues… or not… there are many traps or waste of times in this life.

I’ve seen many of them, which is the curse of being stubborn… I beat the dead horses, so that they move, at least I hope that they’re not dead… and in my stubbornness I waste time. Sometimes they’re alive, but that I count as a lucky times.

Well, to infinity and beyond… there are many more enlightenments to share… I’m a glimmering star, a dwarf star, by the oppression of the big stars that shine so brightly, like the city lights mask the universe that lies beyond. So all you other dwarf stars out there, being little and dim is just a buried treasure to God, and what’s hidden inside of you is just astronomical brilliance for you to shine at will.

Remember, don’t cast your pearls before swine, cause they will destroy your confidence and lose your pearls in the mud. I’ll let these pearls before you, I’m already dead… not physically, but emotionally dead as doornail, and indifference is eating me as I type.

To infinity and beyond, I’m sorry for the repeating of myself… well that’s the infinite loop that Jason was talking about, when you’re talking to old people talking of the same things over and over again, you’re looking towards your future, an endless loop to infinity. When you’re dealing with your parents getting older and older, it’s a picture of you getting older and older.

The infinite loop breeds indifference and amazement, you just have to choose which one you hold on to.



noun: singularity
  • 1.
    the state, fact, quality, or condition of being singular.
    “he believed in the singularity of all cultures”
     a peculiarity or odd trait.
    plural noun: singularities
    a point at which a function takes an infinite value, especially in space-time when matter is infinitely dense, as at the center of a black hole.
  • 3.) a hypothetical moment in time when artificial intelligence and other technologies have become so advanced that humanity undergoes a dramatic and irreversible change.
  • “maybe the singularity just happened, and we didn’t notice”