Monthly Archives: September 2013

Time And The Indivisible World

I’d like to take a bit to share some thoughts on time.  This isn’t a strong opinion, but I lean in favor of a view where time doesn’t exist as a thing in and of itself.  Instead, maybe “we” bring … Continue reading

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Thought And The Uncertainty Principle

The past few weeks I’ve been reading a textbook written by David Bohm called Quantum Theory, an advanced undergraduate textbook he developed for his students at Princeton in the 1950s.  If you don’t know about David Bohm, he was a … Continue reading

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The Real World

The other night I mentioned a dream I recently had.  In the dream I went through a process of disconnection from the “bubble” world I was living in, veering off the main “path” and finding that I lived in a … Continue reading

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Monsters Of The Cosmos

Melodysheep produced another Symphony of Science video, this time on black holes!

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A Nice Dream

Earlier today, I was browsing videos on Closer To Truth, one of my favorite websites.  The neuroscientist Dr. Robert Lawrence Kuhn interviews top intellectuals from the fields of physics, technology, philosophy, neuroscience, theology, and other disciplines, asking them about the … Continue reading

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