One *Tiny* Thing You Forgot About the Universe


Let me ask you something…

When you take a moment to think about the universe, what is it that comes to mind?


Do you think of the vast sprinkling of stars in the nighttime sky?

stars in the nighttime sky
A clear view of stars in the nighttime sky.

Or do you picture a massive, burning hot ball of gas like the sun?

massive solar flare erupting from the sun
Our sun during an immense solar prominence.

Perhaps you visualize nothing less than the looming beauty of an entire galaxy.

andromeda colliding with milky way
In about 4 billion years, the Andromeda galaxy will collide with the Milky Way.

But whatever you think of, I bet it isn’t this:

the miracle of life
The complexity of humans and the miracle of life.

Or this:

dna double helix structure
Up close photograph of DNA

Or even this:

Quantum Microscope image of the hydrogen atom — the first atom ever seen by scientists happened in May 2013


I think the thing most people forget about the universe is that it’s not just what’s “up and out”…it’s also the tiny things that are “down and in”.

The span of the universe runs the whole gamut, from the largest supercluster all the way down to the tiniest subatomic particle and beyond.

The following video illustrates this idea perfectly and it’s one of the most well-made depictions of the universe that I’ve ever seen. Check it out.

So, in reality, your human existence is just one particular layer — a single dimension, if you will — of the massive expanse of consciousness and energy.

And when this consciousness energy becomes dense enough for it to take on a physical form, we refer to the end result as ‘matter’.

But there are many, many known forms of this energy that do not take place in the material realm.

Western science thus far has not been a useful tool in exploring the unseen forces that surround us at all times.

But with the recent growth in quantum physics, we are starting to see just how strange this universe really is.

I look forward to that day when philosophy, science, and spirituality converge.

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  1. dcl said:

    Hey D/C Ross.

    This was such a pleasure to read. This is my first time here.

    “I think the thing most people forget about the universe is that it’s not just what’s “up and out”…it’s also the tiny things that are “down and in”.”

    I’m quite glad to see a post like this from within the manosphere. Today I was going through old posts of mine and, two of my least viewed posts (also my favs) are called, “Umwelt: Welcome To Your Perceptual Experience” ( and “I ♥ Brains” (

    They’re more to do with the brain and consciousness.

    Going to take a look through your archive. Cheers. -dcl

    January 3, 2015
  2. D/C Russ said:

    Cool man I checked out both of those links and I liked them a lot. I’m also about to watch a couple of those video links you posted — they seem rather interesting.

    I went ahead and gave your blog a follow. I wish you all the best in 2015, you certainly have a lot to say.

    Thanks for the support, happy new year comrade.

    January 3, 2015
  3. Tenet said:

    To construct the means with which to gaze out at the immensity of the cosmos is a very masculine thing, and we should do it without having to insert nods to things that matter more to women, like pregnancy. There is a time and place for everything.

    January 4, 2015
    • D/C Russ said:

      I know what you mean and I used to have a similar mentality.

      However please consider the idea that your comments reflect an arbitrary thought modality that is not universally true. And it is largely a product of social conditioning from which you can rightfully decide to free yourself — if you choose to do so.

      Sure, men have constructed the technological means to gaze at the stars but that’s because women have been actively excluded from doing so for nearly the entirety of modern, industrialized history. But at the same time, if it weren’t for women and the inspiration they provide us men, we’d all be sitting on the ground — butt naked — eating beatles and scratching our balls.

      Furthermore, the picture of the pregnant couple was used to illustrate human life and procreation, not the concept of pregnancy exclusively. And you’ll notice there is also a man in that picture…pregnancy and child birth is also deeply revered by men just as much as it is by women.

      I appreciate your comment and I see that you are reaching out for understanding. I understand thoroughly what you’re conveying and I thank you earnestly for the comment. However, and I mean this with Love, you have been poisoned by an ideology that isn’t true and I trust fully that you’ll take a moment to examine this and work inward to correct it.

      We all are poisoned in very many ways. And it is not our fault…but it is our responsibility to correct our arbitrary constructs (even if they seem utterly true at the time).

      Point blank: if a thought system is causing one distress then he or she may choose to abandon it…for their own good.

      Look, I know I’m separated from you physically by (probably) a notable distance, but I can tell that you were experiencing frustration when you wrote this.

      With all due respect, I urge you to reconsider your perspective. It is my great desire to create a network of individuals who, together, can work to combat the illusory beliefs that have been imposed upon us.

      Believe me, comrade…this belief is not serving you. Abandoning it will allow you greater access to a life you desire — a life where you are deeply satisfied and nurtured by the feminine essence that surrounds you.

      You want to be loved. You crave the warmth of a female and her gentle caress. Yet, you are actively resisting these desires. And the reason is because you’re actively drinking the poison that society is dosing you with.

      Abandon the poison. Don’t let “them” win. Be bold. I can sense your fiery masculine spirit. You are a strong person who is outspoken and very intelligent. Now use these powerful gifts to FUEL you instead of chain you.

      Command the spawn of darkness to “Be Gone!” and you will find more freedom than you know.

      I believe in you.

      January 4, 2015
  4. On a related note, this is why I love setting a schedule for important things , planning for failure, and using the never miss twice rule . I know that it s not a big deal if I make a mistake or slip up on a habit every now and then. It s the compound effect of never getting back on track that causes problems. By setting a schedule to never miss twice, you can prevent simple errors from snowballing out of control.

    March 4, 2016

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