None of us actually exist, at least not in the ways we generally believe that we do. Continue reading Convenient Fictions of Non-being
Misunderstanding the world in fundamental ways, as we generally do, we more often (and collectively) seek continuity and security in those things which are only very rarely able to provide them… Continue reading The Outer Limits of Knowledge
If the past was as open to possibility as the future, the present could still be exactly what it is… Continue reading Strange Days – Rewriting the Past
It is quite possible to exist in a finite material context while the underlying organisational principles of that context exhibit or express infinite properties… Continue reading Finite on an Infinite Sequence
Yes. We are fundamentally free and in at least two different ways. At the social and cultural (or psychological) level – we do not determine the choices from which we choose but are free to choose from within the available … Continue reading You have Free Will
In an infinite Universe, anything that can happen *will* happen… Continue reading Doctor Who ?
On the topic of infinite improbability… Continue reading Infinite Improbability