Words belong where naught exists. Meaning belongs where no words go, where the dimensions of space and time and self are null. Meaning is obscured by its own profusion. But behind the scenes of language, knowledge, and science, there lurks a dark meaning that remains unobserved, merely implied by our inability to cope with the uncertainty of the scientific method. Dark meaning is no less potent, we think, although we can't know for sure, for dark meaning eludes our grasp, our sight, our lives, and yet defines this world's our view.