Monday, April 8, 2013



L. Edgar Otto  April 08, 2013

I have to take a breath and make better decisions as to my encounter with virtual internet space and technology.   After viewing Lubos post today I begin to wonder just what they teach in the universities for it seems less than I expected the state of wisdom to be.  I withhold some thoughts now on the frontier and in gestation with the hopes that perhaps the profound implications get real in a world where the culture impedes our progress with a sit com shallow humor mentality.  As to the low level of the video Lubos cited I can only remark that efficiency is a fascist word and if we do not know of what we speak we should perhaps be silent,  not necessarily should that be viewed of evidence of being a philosopher.  Wisdom is the birthright of all people.  Let the trolls who stop us crossing the bridges they did not even build and tax tolls on what is free in the universe, worse demand a riddle or tax us with inferior products, toxic food and so on, be enlightened or they shall have their reward in knowing what they only alarm the globe and warm it of such consequences of which their faith is false and not even shallow.  The age of tribal physics is over. It is time for science to get real, and love to mean it when it presents to the world words to which it says it aspires.

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  1. So I see you DO have a new grandchild, congratulations!

    With regards,
    Wes Hansen

  2. Hi Wes,

    Thanks for the comment... I am still trying to figure out what my role is with that. I want my kids to develop in their own ways and be immersed in their life and trials deeply... time seems short and yet it gets worse as for now at least I awaken, grow rapidly and feel like a Merlin growing younger...

    Anyway, we both imagined the link to the Cheshire cat and quantum stuff, independently and universally I suppose, so on an old building in town by an artist I never knew the name I took a photo of it before it fades and vanishes with the old building, I think it was once a local produce store.