Monday, February 8, 2010
I, "too ubiquitous to measure"
That which is entirely unlimited and unbounded is uncontainable, thus unlocatable. Not restricted by anything, there could be no point at which it was not; permeating everything that was material or immaterial, no such thing as "space" would remain. There being no location at which it was not fully present, "distance" would be irrelevant: here is there without interface.---from Absolute Enigma by Robert Wolfe