Monthly Archives: October 2010

Problems Related To The Observer In Quantum Mechanics

I’ve mentioned on here that I’ve been trying to study the workings of our brains in hopes of  shedding some light on the weirdness of various philosophical interpretations of quantum mechanics.  I’d like to talk a little bit about the … Continue reading

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Fairyland Paradise

It’s hard to believe that pristine environments like this still exist.

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Why Can’t We Choose Who We Fall In Love With?

It’s certainly a strange thing to think about, isn’t it?  How many instances of unrequited love have you seen take place?  I see it all the time.  Love just sort of happens, and sometimes we even fall in love with … Continue reading

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Havasu Falls

Just the other day, I posted some of the world’s most spectacular waterfalls.  I wasn’t able to find a good clip of Havasu Falls, until now.  As an added bonus, this clip also shows Mooney Falls.  They’re both located within … Continue reading

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Some Wisdom From Benjamin Franklin

There’s always a good article or two to be found on the Arts & Letters Daily website.   This article is entitled Benjamin Franklin on American Happiness:  A wise advisor for troubled times. For the acquisitive and free Americans, says Tocqueville, … Continue reading

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