poco \ ˈpō-(ˌ)kō \

adverb: po·co | origin: Italian, from Latin paucus

The natural world, on the other hand, is one of infinite varieties and complexities,

a multidimensional world which contains no straight lines or completely regular shapes,

where things do not happen in sequences, but all together; a world where—as modern

physics tells us—even empty space is curved.

Fritjof Capra | The Tao of Physics

An Exploration of the Parallels between Modern Physics and Eastern Mysticism

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