I am sitting in the smallest room in the house and thinking, Space is crazy. Space is where Euclid’s parallel lines never meet. Space is where Einstein’s rays of light bend for gravitational winds. Space is almost all of everything there is. Compared to the volume of space around, even the largest structures in the universe that we know of are miniscule and insignificant. Furthermore, physicists tell us that an atom is mostly space. Show a physicist your clenched fist and she’ll tell you your fingers aren’t touching each other at all. Deep down, in the roaring whilrlwinds of the subatomic world, space, time, information, imagination and anything else there may be, are all appearing, disappearing, twisting and floating away like bubbles beaten up by an energetic child in a foaming bathtub. In such a world, kicking a rock and asking why it hurts could lead you into a world of mind-bending thoughts.