"So we think that the use of these empty spaces is to merely let things pass through."
I don't get it. But it sounds great.
(Six minutes later) Hmmmm.......this could be a possible way of interpretation: Physics!
"The answer is, we know empty space isn't empty, because it's full of these virtual particles that pop in and out of existence, and we know that because if you try and calculate the energy level in a hydrogen atom, and you don't include those virtual particles, you get a wrong answer." (Source: http://www.edge.org/)
(Eight minutes later) Oh, this is fun, let's disabstract the whole thing a bit and put new words into it, then the sentence gets again another meaning:
"The answer is, we know Life isn't empty, because it's full of these little vital creatures called humans that pop in and out of existence, and we know that because if you try and calculate the energy level of the planet earth, and you don't include those little vital creatures, you get a wrong answer."
(Fifteen minutes later)
Yeah, that's two ways of interpretation, but now when I come to think of it, the sentence "So we think that the use..." etc. reminds me also of the philosophy of Philipp Mainländer who thought that the world was only created by God to make "not-being" possible, which means in his sense: Life itself is a senseless (and therefore kind of empty) space, only existing to let things, namely humans, pass through to become nothing.
So, yeah, the point of this blog: Now you have an idea how I do entertain myself throughout the day sometimes, but the best thing about it is, that this Blue Bord is actually part of a pedestrian underpass, so the whole myth is probably nothing more than a stupid, but rather clever joke and my mind just a fool, who fell for it.