27 February 2008

multiverse

I think I've solved it.
Pen and ink, digitally coloured. 13cm x 11cm. Click to enlarge.

19 comments:

Toni said...

I think you're right! Grand Illo.

ElizT said...

Brilliant

Rico said...

Very good ... got me chuckling... but is it a expanding universe?
And what about the Big Bang? ;-)

Unknown said...

Indeed!

soulbrush said...

what? nothing between the ears?

Margaret Nelson said...

Thanks Nad. This makes it so much simpler.

See http://www.suffolkhumanists.org.uk/node/639

thisisnotabloggerblog3 said...

That explains a lot.

Steve said...

Yep.

Think I can probably just hang up my pen and jump into a hammock now.

No more thinking required.

JustMe said...

So there are no wormholes or space/time continuum?

mcverhoog said...

Finally someone with answers!

zainahu said...

love this! great concept

Patrick said...

I think Descartes would agree. Very nice, very clever and deceptively simple. I'm gonna be thinking about this all day now.

claudine hellmuth said...

perfect!!!

Ellen Byrne said...

ExcellenT!

Dana S. Whitney said...

We had similar/opposite/related concepts!

Xovika said...

Awesome!
However,I'm not quite sure if I got it's message...
Being prisoners of our thoughts?

ArtSparker said...

Good diagram of the "I could be bounded in a nutshell and count myself a king of inifinite space" quote from hamlet.

Shirley said...

Clever! Your illustration succinctly captured it. Great job.

Paul Bommer said...

Excellent
Yes, you've said it so much better than I ever could.
Mister B