Monthly Archives: April 2015

The Dark Side Of Life

This post will discuss topics I rarely talk about with anyone.  That’s mainly because if you bring these things up, it’s almost as if you’re a flawed human being.  Happiness and positivity are practically mandates in today’s society, but I … Continue reading

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Are Universities Creative Places?

While some university graduate schools may be creative places, on the whole, schools and universities are uncreative places for their students.  What makes an environment creative?  Dr. Robert Sternberg of Cornell has extensively researched creativity and has identified five factors … Continue reading

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Schrodinger’s View Of The World

Lately I’ve been reading My View Of The World, a book by Erwin Schrodinger, the famous Nobel laureate physicist.  He was the creator of the wave equation used in quantum mechanics.  I’d like to share some passages from it, along … Continue reading

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Our Deepest Selves

At times I’ve told friends that I believe, in the deepest sense, we’re all one and the same ‘thing’, though I don’t know for sure what this ‘thing’ is.  All conceptions we have of “selves” is an illusion.  Sure, I’m … Continue reading

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Scientists See A Lot More

Not too long ago I said that I was going to finish my last load of “crap courses” this next semester and be off to finish some final classes in graduate school.  Well, there’s been a change in plans.  Come … Continue reading

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