The world is not always what it seems to be. At least that’s what my recent fascination with physics tells me. Just because something doesn’t manifest in the three-dimensional world, it doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. The observable world that surrounds us is governed by classical or Newtonian physics, which involve a set of laws […]Read More #44 – Ideas Are Not Classically Physical
I can’t begin to fathom a time where I couldn’t sit at a lunch counter, share a water fountain, or ride a bus with a friend. These were not unwritten rules, guidelines or suggestions, they were explicit regulations plastered across our towns and cities supported by the public servants of our local, state and federal […]Read More #43 – A Little More
Every minute of every day is littered with choices. What should I wear today? What art project should I put together for my son’s class? Should I call her? Should I help him? Should I buy that bitcoin? Should I partner with that company? What should I make for dinner? Could physics apply to that […]Read More #42 – It’s Elementary, My Dear Knowledge.
It’s amazing that such a small change in the single digit of a four digit number can be the catalyst for deep reflection. A few days ago, we lost a seven and gained an eight, and the mere additive transaction within the Gregorian calendar led me to a quick review of the year. What was […]Read More #41 – My Favorite Creation of 2017