-Oskar Kokoschka, in Horst Gerson, Rembrandt Paintings, p. 478.
Told in Henri Nouwen and Walter Gaffen's "Aging," p. 91
I think of time as a spherical constant, which means that everything is happening all the time. […] They [human beings] take a linear approach to it, slice it in segments, and then hop from segment to segment to segment until they die, and to me that is a pretty inefficient way of preparing a mechanical ground base for physics. That’s one of the reasons why I think physics doesn’t work. When you have contradictory things in physics, one of the reasons they became contradictory is because the formulas are tied to a concept of time that isn’t the proper model.continued here