I don't pretend to understand it all, and McKenna in particular seems to make some unwarranted assumptions at first take. I don't see why people need to explain it all. The more I learn and experience, the more interesting it all becomes. Surprises are not the least of the enjoyment and excitement
I am inclined to go along with Fintan's suggestion that "points" may need to be replaced with something, but I am not convinced that it should be "spheres" exactly.In the final analysis science would be better off replacing their idea
of "points" and "atoms" with the Sphere. I say there is nothing which
does not arise out of the fundamental nature of Sphere.
A point in 3D is more than a point. It is the intersection of all lines that pass through it and all the planes that pass through it, and so it should have sufficient complexity for distinguishing on or in it the traces of these various things. It is perhaps very like a sphere, but I suspect that it cannot be viewed entire, but only in part.
The part of the audio I found the most interesting was the expanding earth idea. I'd heard about it before, but hadn't given it much thought. Rumpl4skin
Do you know at what time the surface began to "crack at the seams" and break apart?Was watching Neal Adam's excellent "Growing Earth" (highly suppressed) geo-science documentary, and he noted that it's obvious that the Earth itself has also been growing exponentially. It took 600 million years to double in size, then another 65 million to double again, to the size Earth we are used to presently. Across the next 6 million years it should double yet again.