Tag Archives: quantum


Salvador Dali had it right: Clocks cannot be trusted. Not because they keep poor time, but because time cannot be kept. Instead, it keeps us in cages made of minutes. And yet the solution is not to escape, but to … Continue reading

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Perception vs. Reality

“There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.” ~Hamlet I have some hearing loss. It probably began back when I played in rock bands (who knew?), and then took a turn for … Continue reading

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Let there be Light

Many scientists are disinclined to believe in God (although poll numbers vary greatly). It is interesting to note, however, that among those who study science at its extremes, rather than at the bio-materialistic mid-levels, belief is quite high. A majority … Continue reading

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A Stitch in Time

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It’s Thursday. Do you know where you interdimensional quantum calibrator is? Mitch Teemley View original post

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Ants on the Sidewalk

Socrates said, “The only thing that makes me wiser than anyone else is that I know I know nothing.” It’s good to remind ourselves from time to time how clueless we truly are. Think of it this way: You are … Continue reading

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