Damien Broderick wrote:
> `Ineffable' varies with standpoint, of course. Draw two lines diverging
> from a single point. Run another line across them. Suddenly an ineffable
> boundedness has come into existence inside the resulting triangle. Oh no!
> Where did it come from? Why does it go when I erase one of the lines? Effed
> if I know.
~ 11 ~ Thirty spokes share the wheel's hub; It is the center void that makes it useful. Shape clay into a vessel; It is the space within that makes it useful. Cut doors and windows for a room; It is the void which make them useful. Some benefit comes from what is there, But real usefulness from what is not. - Tao Te Ching
Ask a small child: "What happens to your lap when you stand up?"