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    The universe as a novelty producing engine
    Terence Mckenna on how reality is a novelty making machine and what happens when a bicycle meets a sowing machine on an operating table. In his opinion, Novelty is produced, preserved and built upon, versus Science's theory that it sprang forth from a point of matter smaller than a proton in a single instant."

    From the mothernode: Terence Kemp McKenna (November 16, 1946 – April 3, 2000) was a writer, philosopher and ethnobotanist. He was most notable for his many speculations on the use of psychedelic, plant-based hallucinogens, and other subjects ranging from Shamanism to the origins of the human species to Novelty theory - which claims time to be a fractal wave of increasing novelty that culminates dramatically in 2012. More...

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