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A curated selection of photos I took from my trip to British Columbia.
Okay back to the P2 theme with a hope of fostering more blog posting. I’m paying for this hosting I may as well use it.
Pulse, waves, beat, pound, flow, pattern, repeat…
What is human nature? If birds fly south what’s our predisposition?
Is it to love or hate? To feel disdain for those so different from ourselves?
This will not be a string of questions. But I can’t help it.
So much is unknowable. Unarguable.
Is that why religion was created? simply so we could actually pretend that we knew everything?
We still don’t. What is existence? Waves? Atoms? Particles?
There are so many levels from Macro to Micro and they all follow the same pattern.
The same exact structure.
I guess it makes sense, maybe…
What really gets me, and what should get anyone.
This is my key thought in life so pay attention.
We’re able to think about this shit.
And maybe, just maybe, understand some of it.
Even to know a tiny fraction of what makes existence is like knowing god.
It’s funny to make these comparisons to religion, it really is unavoidable I guess.
So are scientists the equivalent to priests?
Are Scientific theories the equivalent to passages 1 through 4?
If existence is unknowable are we just kidding ourselves every time we publish a paper?
Every time we give someone a Nobel Prize.
Is it worth it?
Questions again, I know. Stick with me.
At some point in time is all the knowledge that we hope to gather going to accumulate into something.
Something that is going to help us be something better
Or are we going to travel through the galaxy
Ruining every single thing that we touch
Corrupting and raping the resources that are out there.
Why do we have to constantly expand? Is what we have enough?
This essay went downhill fast didn’t it.
It was so poetic but then the thought process just took hold.
Ah well, maybe next time.
Pictures from my Quebec Trip back in the Spring.
If you like(d) Star Trek the TV Series or movies in any of the versions, you’ll like this move.
If you’ve never seen Star Trek or know nothing about it, you’ll probably like this movie.
It’s fun, exciting, witty, and looks stunning (Sort of like the perfect woman you don’t have a chance with) It doesn’t bore you with talk about galactic ethics or William Shatner’s need to monologue. There is a bit of a cheeze factor but it’s light enough to ignore, and if you do you’ll enjoy this movie a lot more.
A couple reviews from people I work with:
Brian D. Johnson’s review of Star Trek – Not a fan of the series
Patricia Treble’s review of Star Trek – Fan of the series
That and everyone is talking about it, so yah you don’t want to be left out do you? I thought not
Us geeky intratverts in an effort to not seem weird or crazy actually end up seeming pretty weird and crazy. We all need to learn to just be ourselves. This is the lesson I’ve learned this week.