Monthly Archives: March 2017

Billy’s Hate

Most are familiar with William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. It is the story of a Danish prince who returns home to find his father murdered, and his uncle has taken the throne, and married his mother.  Hamlet suspects that his uncle murdered … Continue reading

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Memory Effect

Short telling. I love a good story! I love to tell good stories!  Have I “stretched a story” to make it better? I don’t think so, not unless I have labeled it fiction, the stories are all valid, but maybe … Continue reading

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Tugs from the Future

I read so many articles on time that I got lost. One that I do remember is the concept that all of time exists at the same time. Time doesn’t move, we just progress through it. Of course that also … Continue reading

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The Long Now

I’ve been pondering things that I don’t know.  Well, that’s not exactly accurate. That category is far too immense to ponder. So let me be specific. My recent post about time has caused me to review dozens of sites, filled … Continue reading

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Soapdish Effect

I once had a son… well, actually I had two, and I still have them. This is a cautionary tale so I’m keeping to the fairy-tale standards.  I once had a son who took long, hot, showers in the morning. … Continue reading

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Our Fickle Relative

What Time Is It? What time is it? Ha! It depends upon the clock! It is possible for the clock to be correct only once per year. Maybe even longer.  Let’s say that our clock is just slightly off, off … Continue reading

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Where Dies the Light?

There is a new movie, “Ghost in the Shell”. It’s actually a remake of a classic Japanese manga. I have not seen the new movie but it reminds me of my latest ponder. The nature of intangibles, or to be … Continue reading

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