Monthly Archives: November 2011

God’s Lure

We don’t know anything for sure. Even with time ended (as the moron physicists have believed for a century or so will happen) and experience complete, even with God sitting in Judgment (as the moron religious have believed for a … Continue reading

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Playing vs. Listening

Playing versus Listening I’ve listened to music, obsessively, since childhood: really listened, worked at it, hard! I play music, clumsily, self-taught mostly in middle age. Now I’m old, deaf, can’t see either. I hear the music I’m trying to play … Continue reading

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When I was a kid I had jobs galore, money coming out of my ears. I earned vastly more than I spent. Through college, if I wanted a job, I asked for it: and I got it. Time and again … Continue reading

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Natural – ism It was Rene Dubose that first made me appreciate how much human-culture determined landscapes in environments long settled by humans. The fabulous domestic and public views of England have a long evolution which is political as well … Continue reading

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Recreating (and advancing) pk’s censored domains: & / Teaching / Scholarship / Synthesis / Key words: synthesis, interdisciplinary, epistemology In September of 1985 I began jotting notes for a book to be called Synthesis. The goal was to … Continue reading

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Bat Brained

I quote from Bill Bryson’s At Home: At times in the past attempts have been made to capitalize on bats’ special qualities. In the Second World War, the American military invested a great deal of time and money in an … Continue reading

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By the Hair of the Comet

Recreating (and advancing) pk’s censored domains: & / Personal / Writing / Fiction / I began writing By the Hair of the Comet in 1982. I told publishers that the novel would be best marketed in conjunction with … Continue reading

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