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“It was written I should be loyal to the nightmare of my choice.”
Joseph Conrad, Heart of Darkness


And the spiraling constancy of change

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“We live in a universe whose age we can’t compute, surrounded by stars whose distances we don’t altogether know, filled with matter we can’t identify, operating in conformance with physical laws whose properties we don’t truly understand.” — Bill Bryson

Twisting the Baseline


Neuroplasticity and the intuitional interface through which we view reality

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“An experience of higher-dimensionality is achieved by integration of experiences of different centres and levels of consciousness. Hence the indescribability of certain experiences of meditation on the plane of three-dimensional consciousness and within a system of logic which reduces the possibilities of expression by imposing further limits upon the process of thinking.”

— Fritjof Capra


Leaving the surface of the earth: what will it mean for the future of humanity?

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We rush for the stars as we crawl toward our graves.
Al McGuire

Deeper Pastures


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“Chaos is what we’ve lost touch with. This is why it is given a bad name. It is feared by the dominant archetype of our world, which is Ego, which clenches because its existence is defined in terms of control.”
Terence McKenna

A Hyperthesis


On the emotional connection between two distant organisms — Earthlings and Luytens

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“For small creatures such as we the vastness is bearable only through love.”
Carl Sagan


On how we exist in a beautiful chaos that we needn’t define nor try to articulate

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On the dynamic nature of nature, and everything within it

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“But the man who knows the relation between the forces of Nature and actions, sees how some forces of Nature work upon other forces of Nature, and becomes not their slave”

— Fritjof Capra

Just Hydrogen Dioxide


Exploring institutionalized bias in the pursuit of true knowledge.

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From Metaphysics to Betaphysics


Coasting the electric avenues towards our future disillusionment with technology by applying the universal laws of our reality

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[Can’t say they didn’t warn us]

“I think…

Michael Woronko

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