Replying to LO28527 --
> no we will not reach saturation.
> chess is a game of infinite possibilities for all practical purposes. once
> you add a dimension of time it get even more complex.
> any game contains subtleties that can be mastered time and time again.
Yes. The more I learn, the more I realize I don't know. Rather than having
such a feeling create chaotic, centripetal emotion, I unfold my petals to
an infinite Sun in multiple dimensions.
The mind may stagger, but the physical and spiritual body occupying each
dimension never does, because that body of matter and "ether" is
completely "at home"--or maybe "at universe", or "at anti-place."
We master outward and inward in each moment. 'Time' and 'timeagain'.
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