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Zinnia Kinetic Sculpture by Clayton Boyer
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Summer Greetings Everyone from my new home in Wellington!! Yes folks, the dream has come true and I have a wonderful little flat in Mt. Victoria with a stunning view of the harbour. Have been unpacking and bringing together pieces of my life from the old Pa...
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Musician on Cuba St today with an interesting automated strumming and percussion contraption!
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Aha, that's a much better interpretation than my cynical, tired mind gave me tonight. Cheers.
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What is truly Random? Anything?

Spooky action at a distance doesn't seem so spooky to me.  What happens if we observe an entangled particle using photons encoded with information, a la Hawking radiation?

Information must be preserved.
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Thanks +Jim Tipping and yes I should have made it clear that I'm not posting in complete agreement but more as food for thought. I find her point of view quite extreme but as an important counterbalance to mainstream theorys. I'm relatively new to her writing. Is there a particular piece she has written that has had any effect on western society? Has her point of view gained popularity over the years?

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Joseph Tainter on how civilizations collapse due to humans' struggle to grasp long-term thinking and decision making. http://buff.ly/1fE9SpQ
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This article is an excellent analysis on the futile quest to define 'life' within the ontological bounds of both material and qualitative thinking.

It also illustrates the illusion of classification as Truth; when it is only a crude 'digitization' of an ever-dimensional 'analog' of infinitely-graduating, amorphous reharmonizing properties; and is seemingly beyond the conceptual reach of individual reasoning.

An interesting read and a welcome tone of logical adherence follows...
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tl;dr: meh.

Life, formally derived from the common parlance, is that animating principle which differentiates living from non-living organic matter; if something inorganic or immaterial were also "alive" we'd have to call it something else.

Language games like this are most easily solved by an adjustment in the language; secondarily, they may also by solved by denying all instances of be-verbs and potentially fallacious uses of "really" "actually" and the like in the formulation of the so-called problem and refusing to participate until it can be clearly articulated.
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Unique and totally awesome menu with a tasty range of breakfasts and lunches with a Western and Mexican influence. Food, service and prices all excellent! My new favourite diner in Wellington :)
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Excellent free-range Eggs Benedict, nice velvety coffee, friendly service and a big window view of the ocean! Although this place can get quite crowded sometimes, it's a great destination for breakfast and one of the best cafes in Wellington.
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Nice atmosphere, tasty inexpensive meals and friendly service :-)
Food: Very goodDecor: ExcellentService: Very good
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