Keep Your Opinions To Yourself?

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The unknown is always waiting like a mugger in a dark alley and like a group of friends hiding in your home plotting a wonderful surprise party. These people and events are not hiding behind walls, they are hiding in the future.

Let’s call this the first uncertainty.

External reality has a certain specific form at any given time and place, which requires that any human who is not…

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”The universe is infinite, so we can always learn more and yet never lessen the magic.”

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Andre Philippe Laisney

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”The universe is infinite, so we can always learn more and yet never lessen the magic.”

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