Spaying and Neutering Dogs

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Well this is an eye-opening piece that has caused me to reconsider lots of presuppositions... In other words, to solve the problem of our unwillingness to keep track of our dogs, we do not address our own unwillingness. To address the overpopulation of unwanted dogs, we do not address the overpopulation. Instead, we non sequitur: … Continue reading Spaying and Neutering Dogs

I Almost Forgot How to Tie a Bowtie

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My oldest daughter made a comment about how I resemble The Librarian in my mannerisms and philosophy on things, except that I didn't wear bowties anymore. That was good enough inspiration for me to open up my dusty drawer of memory-imbued bowties I have collected, bought, been given by students, and gifted by friends over … Continue reading I Almost Forgot How to Tie a Bowtie

A Week Without Twitter (or Facebook)

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I made the decision last week to attempt what I previously thought was relatively undoable for my business and/or personal life and pull out of the Twitter stream and Facebook world, and Instagram performance art gallery. Some of that was due to this liturgical season of Lent and some of that was my constant need … Continue reading A Week Without Twitter (or Facebook)

What is real? Forking universes, equalities, and religion

When scientists search for meaning in quantum physics, they may be straying into a no-man’s-land between philosophy and religion. But they can’t help themselves. They’re only human. “If you were to watch me by day, you would see me sitting at my desk solving Schrödinger’s equation...exactly like my colleagues,” says Sir Anthony Leggett, a Nobel … Continue reading What is real? Forking universes, equalities, and religion