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Schrödinger’s Dreams

In 1935, Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger proposed an interesting thought experiment, which has come to be known colloquially as Schrödinger’s Cat. This thought experiment is an illustration of one of the peculiarities of quantum mechanics. In this thought experiment a cat is placed inside a space with an agent (poison or explosives) that at a […]

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The Fruits of Fear

This last weekend I had the great opportunity to attend the World Domination Summit (WDS 2014). For those of you who are new to the blog, you’ll see a number of references to it made throughout the year. It’s a community of people built on the values of Community, Adventure and Service, a powerful triumvirate. […]

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Stepping into the Dark

I need to know I can be lost and not afraid. ~ Trip the Light This lyric, from the most recent Where the Hell is Matt? video, really resonates with me. To travel to an unknown land and to explore it beyond the bounds of the neatly curated tourist experience is truly a special experience […]

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Projecting Rejection

As a human, each of us are currently existing not only within a single point in time, but also in a perceived past and a projected future. Our own individual understanding of these three times is colored by the “glasses” each of us wears, constructed by our own hands through our thoughts and experiences. Today, […]

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Fear

As the Utah ballroom season has somewhat finished, last night some friends and I watched Strictly Ballroom. The central theme of the movie is: A life lived in fear is a life half lived. It’s been a long time since I watched the movie, and honestly I’d forgotten this particular quote. It reminds me of […]

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