35 year old sciolist living in Tokyo. I like swing dancing, Twitter word games, writing, using Stumbleupon.com, reading, and watching movies. I write stuff on my blog occasionally.
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Tag Archives: Science
uotas are part of our nature. *Swearing follows* For instance, some say we have a limited quota of fucks to give. It’s their way of measuring our lifespan, because life is short and so is our quota of how many … Continue reading
An illustration of how we relate in an omni-verse of ten dimensions of scientific understanding. Mind-boggling.
I have to agree with Matticus when he concludes that the egg came before the chicken because “there must have been a mutation at some point along the way where a prior species of animal created an egg that became … Continue reading
If I had the power to change something, I would change the way that US politicians voted when they decided to shut down EBR-II. Just so you know, the video below is 20 minutes long and contains incredibly cheesy and … Continue reading
I would like to believe in it, but the truth is that the only form of reincarnation I actually do believe in is our reincarnation as being part of everything else (which in a way is where we came from). … Continue reading
I haven’t really had to make a difficult decision, because in hindsight, the decision was always made for me. Circumstances demanded that I choose the path I decided to take; whether those circumstances were to do with pride, anger, the … Continue reading