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Two Duck-Rabbit Paradigm-Shift Anomalies in Physics and One (maybe) in Machine Learning

You never know what a meeting for a quick coffee in Palo Alto can turn into. What was supposed to be an ‘informal’ chat (if there is such thing when talking with PhD’s) about feedforward-feedback machine learning models, turned into a philosophical discussion on duck-rabbit paradigm shifts (disclaimer 1: I’m just a nerd without credentials either topic you choose, with a genuine interest though)

First, the theory:
I see a rabbit, You see a duck.

Thomas Kuhn described the nature of scientific revolutions back in 1962 (his book The Structure of Scientific Revolutions).
A contrarian back in the time, as he re-defined progress by moving from development-by-accumulation (on pre-established assumptions) into paradigm shifts, or revolutions in scientific progress by looking into anomalies inferring a drastic change of assumptions.

In other words, Kuhn advocated for a change of rules over the pre-existing framework as the ultimate scientific progression method.
The Copernican revolution, Newton’s reformulation of gravity, Einstein’s relativity or Darwin’s evolution all were ‘anomalies’ as theories
Sun vs Earth at the center, relativity vs linear spacetime, Apes evolving into Humans vs creation.
The ethos of the scientific progress theory rests on identifying the right anomalies which support new paradigms. Anomalies come up as revolutions in disguise and, utterly (and I love this), expand on the previous paradigm which ends up nested within remaining perfectly valid.
Anomalies create rejection by opposition (it’s a Duck!, no is not, it’s a Rabbit), but after the new paradigm takes over (…I can see the Duck now ?!?) both paradigms co-exist (it’s a duck AND a rabbit!, illustration above)
For a true paradigm shift to happen, the anomaly needs to grow from exception into alternative:
‘it’s a Rabbit AND a Duck!’
Ok, fair enough on the lecture, where is this Machine Learning anomaly this click-bait headline was all about?
It’s coming, bear with me, will be worth the reading while we get there, first, a couple of jaw-dropping-no-longer-anomalies-but-paradigm-shifts: the first one explains the origin (and meaning) of life, the second one may redefine physics forever.
1. Dissipation-driven adaptation
Jeremy England. MIT, biophysics
This incredibly simple idea is intuitively so powerful and makes so much sense that is difficult to resist. It explains Darwinian evolution and survival of the fittest, ultimately dwelling on the inherent reasons why life comes to exist.
At an intuition level, in Jeremy’s words:
“You start with a random clump of atoms, and if you shine light on it for long enough, it should not be so surprising that you get a plant”
Jeremy, a MIT’s researcher, has developed a mathematical model based on current physics, exerting that a given set of atoms, exposed to a continuous source of energy (i.e the Sun), surrounded by a hot bath (i.e the Ocean) will self-organize to dissipate energy in the most efficient way (i.e life).
We, carbon-based lifeforms, in Spock’s vulcan language, are much better at dissipating heat than inanimate objects. Both living and non-living organisms show this efficiency driven, self-organizing dissipation behavior.
Photosynthesis and self-replication (of RNA molecules, precursor to DNA-based life) are consequences of dissipation driven adaptation.
Photosynthesis is about capturing sunlight energy transforming and storing it chemically (sugar) so it can be transported and reprocessed for plant growth and replication (hence forests).
Don’t believe it yet? see for yourself, here is Dr. Hubler’s Stanford professor experiment on self-wiring ball bearings, an example of dissipation driven matter structure reorganisation.
2. Timeless physics
Julian Barbour. British Physicist. Quantum gravity.
Remember the school/college days?:
Speed = space / time, power = energy / time, theorem of calculus df/dt, Maxwell’s equations, Einstein’s relativity, Thermodynamics, etc, etc.
In physics, anything dealing with change, requires t (time) as a variable, isn’t it? …may be not any more.
How is it possible anyone dares to defy physics by removing time from centuries old proven equations?
If you think about it, time is just an abstraction we use to facilitate our understanding of how things (matter in particular) transitions from one state to another (change). Because we live in an universe governed by the 2nd law of thermodynamics (fighting an increasing entropy) we perceive linear time as our most reliable and dependable reference.
At an intuition level, if we look at the Universe as a simple but immense ‘cloud’ of matter in permanent change (motion) since the big bang occurred, then, if we reduce our view to atoms transitioning for one state to another, you could remove time entirely.
Our Universe could be viewed as a continuum of matter in ‘motion’ (actually, according to Barbour, not motion, but matter in permanent change, removing in full the spacetime continuum).
Our senses and limited computing capacities can’t deal with such enormous entity so we take partial ‘pictures’ with a reference point (time) to deal with reality and make sense out of it (a constrained and partial view).
Another intuitive line of thought, if Newton’s physics were based on linear time (absolute fixed time), and then Einstein’s relativity made time relative, hence flexible (unlocking a bigger scope for physics), what if we make time super-mighty-flexible to the point of making it irrelevant? wouldn’t this even offer an even wider and extended view as we remove the constraints of a time dimension itself?
“If, at first, the idea is not absurd enough, then there is no hope for it”. A. Einstein
…. and now, for something completely different (Monty Python)
3. Flexible recognition in machine learning
Tsvi Achler. Neuroscience (PhD), Medicine (MD), Electrical Engineering (BS-EECS Berkeley) — Optimizing Mind
Our brains are ‘computationally flexible’, this means we can immediately learn and use new patterns as we encounter them in the environment.
We actually ‘like’ to develop those patterns, as we unleash our curiosity, see and try new things for the sake of enjoyment.
Learning, tasting and traveling feed our brains with new patterns. Riding a hover-wheel, flying a drone, speaking to Amazon echo or playing a new game are examples of behaviors where our brains confront and develop new patterns for different uses and purposes.
Now, let’s look into it from a machine learning perspective:
(disclaimer 2: as said at the beginning of this post I’m just a nerd without credentials trying to convey the message. Standing in the shoulder of giants when I wrote what you’re about to read on)
Tsvi Achler has been studying the brain from multidisciplinary perspectives looking for a single, compact network with new machine learning algorithms and models who can display brain phenomena as seen in electrode recordings, performing flexible recognition.
The majority of popular models of the brain and algorithms for machine learning remain feedforward and the problem is that even when they are able to recognitze they are not optimal for recall, symbolic reasoning or analysis.
For example you can ask a 4 year old why they recognized something the way they did or what do they expect a bicycle to look like. However it is difficult to do the same with current machine learning algorithms.
Let’s take the example of recognizing a bicycle over a dataset of pictures. A bicycle, from a pattern perspective, would consist of two same or similar size wheels, a handle, and some sort of supporting triangular structure.
In feedforward models the weights are optimised for successful recognition over the dataset (of a bicycle in our example).
Feedforward methods will learn what is unique within a bicycle compared to all other items in the training set and learn to ignore what is not unique. The problem is that subsequently it is not easy to recall what are the original components (two wheels of same of similar size, a handle, a supporting triangular structure) that may or may not be shared with other items.
Moreover when something new must be learned, feedforward models have to figure out from what is unique to the new item but not to the bicycle and other items it already knows how to recognize. This requires re-doing learning and rehearsing all over the whole dataset.
What Tsvi suggests is to use a feedforward-feedback machine learning model to estimate uniqueness during recognition by performing optimization on the current pattern that is being recognised, and determining neuron activation. (this is NOT optimization to learn weights by the way).
With this distinct model, weights are no longer feedforward, learning is more flexible and can be much faster, as there is no need to do rehearsal over the whole dataset.
In other words, this model is closer to how our brain actually works, as we don’t need to rehearse a whole dataset of samples to recognize new things.
Think about it, how many samples of the much hyped hoverwheels do you need to see first before recognizing the next one on the street?. Same for a bicycle.
And, the most important thing, with feedforward-feedback models learning happens with significantly fewer data.
Much less data required to learn, an much faster learning.
Optimization during recognition displays also properties observed in brain behaviour and cognitive experiments, like predicting, oscillations, initial bursting with unrecognized patterns (followed by a more gradual return to the original activation) and more importantly even, speed-accuracy trade off (so here is your catch if you were looking for it).
All in all, feedforward-feedback models will make machines learn faster using less data.
They also mimic better how our brain works.
I met Tsvi for the first time at a talk in Mountain View: available here.
I will be helping him and his startup along his journey which (as all new ventures) starts with funding, so if anyone has an interest or wants to know more please do not hesitate to reach out and leave a message for Tsvi or me in the comments, or even better, tweet me at @efernandez.
Thanks also to Bart Peintner, Co-founder & CTO at, for his advice, insights and shared interest for the ideas mentioned in this article (note-to-ourselves: keep always bandwidth in your mind to entertain challenging ‘anomalies’)
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As my Brother over in the UK would say...."Run Rabbit Run."

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I love the ideas. I will recommend pulling back a bit to say that epistemology is more than processing (speed, size, programming, algorithms, etc. ) and that what computers do and what our mind does (after having developed biologically in an environment from organism to organism over millions of years) are completely different processes. We still are just guessing at the electro-chemical, mechanical, biological processes of brain function with simplistic explanations akin to classical mechanics of physics. This neurotransmitter flows here, these synapses are activated there, these brainwave patterns indicate this, etc etc, We still can not definitively tell you how a complete memory is made, stored, recalled, recognized or forgotten. How can we begin to say that we can recreate this in a computer with silicon chips? We are making something different (AI) that may produce similar outcomes (or what we naively believe are similar outcomes). I love the development of AI and fully support it's growth but I will be cautious about the parallels between what a human mind does and what a super quantum computer with AI programming is capable of. My last thought will be what the eventual integration of a brain and an AI computer with evolve into. Simply wonderous.

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I think that for machines there are no issues rabbit/duck, really people do those issues and think they also exists in machine learning. At least in way it sounds here. Machines need to work same as our brain, today we know a lot about brain and what need to do to train brain to make better decisions for yourself. Machines just need to think more often and use cache less often. machine must learn and know a lot and rethink old thinks it thinks it knows. For example, for machine which "do not know art works" it is for sure duck, not a rabbit, because there are no rabbits like this, but if machine knows author of picture and know more about this picture it can answer better like: It is visual illusion draw by hand, technically it is Duck, but human kind may detect it as rabbit )
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A very confused and an equally clueless rabbit

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Not particularly innovative-Locke and Kant went into considerable detail about the importance of apperception in learning and understanding which could be used to identify classes quite some time ago.
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It's all perception, keep it fluid out there
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I am the onlyone who saw a fish???
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This is used from long long times ago to hide tresor with signe that confuse .isn t it ?

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Great read. Thanks for sharing.
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I read this book to kids and adults at my library. They find it hysterically funny. There are always raucous exclamations of "duck" "no, rabbit" throughout the reading. I love my job. :-)
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A duck and a rabbit can not be confused with one another even by one who does not have a mind concept of what we call duck and rabbit; it's a symbol specificly design to rase or promote an idea about the illusion of perception or false belive, like religion or logo's
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Matthew 7:22
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Matthew 7:22 is the twenty-second verse of the seventh chapter of the Gospel of Matthew in the New Testament and is part of the Sermon on the Mount. This verse continues Jesus' warning against false prophets.
In the King James Version of the Bible the text reads:
Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have wenot prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have castout devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works?
The World English Bible translates the passage as:
Many will tell me in that day, ‘Lord, Lord, didn’twe prophesy in your name, in your name cast outdemons, and in your name do many mighty works?’
For a collection of other versions see BibRef Matthew 7:22
In the previous verse Jesus mentioned that there would be those who had called him Lord (kyrie) who would not enter the Kingdom of Heaven. In this verse he notes that even some who have performed miracles in his name would also be excluded. The verse does not deny that these unholy may have made correct prophecies and driven out demons. These were acts that in that era were commonly attributed to teachers and mystics. Davies and Allison note that Jesus never calls upon his followers to perform such feats. Rather in the previous verses he calls for basic charity and piety. To Davies and Allison this verse is a special condemnation of mighty works, and emphasizes the importance of lesser works that might not bring fame to the practitioner.[1] This verse has also been used as evidence by Protestants for the doctrine of justification by faith.
This is return to the theme of the parable of the narrow door of Matthew 7:13,[2] with the word many emphasizing that there is a considerable number of individuals who claim special dispensation from Jesus, but who will not be admitted to the kingdom.[3] Unlike the wolves in sheep's clothing at Matthew 7:15, these charismatics seem surprised to be condemned and to have believed themselves to be holy. The phrase "in that day" is a clear eschatological link to the Last Judgement.[4] Hare, Douglas claims that the phrasing of the verse makes it clear that the voice speaking is of those who have already been condemned and who are appealing to Jesus. This is evidence for the standard interpretation that in these verses God the Father is the ultimate judge, and Jesus plays a secondary role as an advocate or witness.[5]
References[edit | edit source]
Jump up ^ Davies, W.D. and Dale C. Allison, Jr. A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Gospel According to Saint Matthew. Edinburgh : T. & T. Clark, 1988-1997. pg. 114
Jump up ^ Gundry, Robert H. Matthew a Commentary on his Literary and Theological Art. Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1982. pg 131
Jump up ^ Hill, David. The Gospel of Matthew. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1981 pg. 153
Jump up ^ Hill, David. The Gospel of Matthew. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1981 pg. 153
Jump up ^ Hare, Douglas R. A. Matthew. Interpretation, a Bible commentary for teaching and preaching. Westminster John Knox Press, 1993 pg.


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The Greek Heroic Age, in mythology, is the period between the coming of the Greeks to Thessaly and the Greek return from Troy.[1] It was demarcated as one of the five Ages of Man by Hesiod.[2] The period spans roughly from 1200-750 B.C.E.[3] The heroes denoted by the term are superhuman, though not divine, and are celebrated in the literature of Homer.[1]
The Greek heroes can be grouped into an approximate chronology, based on certain events such as of the Argonautic expedition and the Trojan War.

1 Early heroes
2 The Calydonian Boar Hunt
3 The Argonauts
4 The generation of Oedipus
5 The generation of the Seven Against Thebes
6 The generation of the Trojan War
7 The generation after the Trojan War
8 References
9 External links

Early heroes[edit source | edit]
Many of the early Greek heroes were descended from the gods, and were part of the founding narratives of various city-states. They also became the ancestors of later heroes. The Phoenician prince Cadmus, was the first Greek hero. The grandson of Poseidon (through his father Agenor), he founded Thebes[4]
Perseus, famous for his exploits well before the days of his great-grandson, Heracles,[5] was the son of Zeus. Perseus beheaded the Medusa, saved Andromeda from the sea monster Cetus, and was the legendary founder of Mycenae.
Aeacus was also a son of Zeus. Bellerophon was descended from the nymph Orseis. Oenomaus, king of Pisa, in the Peloponnese, was the son of Ares. The excellence of individual warriors was important.
The Calydonian Boar Hunt[edit source | edit]
A monstrous boar was sent by Artemis to ravage the region of Calydon in Aetolia because its king neglected to honor her in his rites to the gods. King Oeneus sent messengers seeking the best hunters in Greece, offering them the boar's pelt and tusks as a prize. A number of heroes responded, including Atalanta, Laertes, Meleager, Nestor, Peleus, Phoenix, and Theseus.
The Argonauts[edit source | edit]
The myth of Jason and the Golden Fleece is one of the oldest stories of a hero's quest. Jason sailed on the Argo, and those who accompanied him were called the "Argonauts". Their mission was to travel to the kingdom of Colchis, on the Black Sea, to obtain the "Golden Fleece", a symbol of authority and kingship. With it, Jason would become king of Iolcos is Thessaly.[6] Geological studies lend support to the theory that the story relates to placer gold mining in the area of Svaneti in the Southern Caucasus region.[7]
The Argonauts:
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Heracles, greatest hero
The generation of Oedipus[edit source | edit]
(about two generations before Troy)
The story of Oedipus is the basis of a trilogy of plays by Sophocles, however, similar stories have been traced to cultures all over the world.[8]
The generation of the Seven Against Thebes[edit source | edit]
(about a generation before Troy)
Oedipus places a curse upon his sons Eteocles and Polynices. The underlying theme is the story of the "Seven Against Thebes" is the fulfilment of that curse.[9] Although the brothers had agreed to share the rule of Thebes, when it is time for Eteocles to step aside he refuses, and Polynices brings an army against his beloved city to enforce his claim. In Aeschylus' play the concept of the individual vs. community becomes a central theme. In the Phoenissae (The Phoenician Women), patriotism is a significant theme.
The generation of the Trojan War[edit source | edit]
See Trojan War and Epigoni Gregory Nagy sees mortality as the "dominant theme in the stories of ancient Greek heroes.[10] In heading for Troy Achilles opts for a short life leaving a memory of immortal renown over a long peaceful one in relative obscurity.
Ajax the Great
Ajax the Lesser
The generation after the Trojan War[edit source | edit]
References[edit source | edit]
^ Jump up to: a b Thirlwall, Connop (1845). A history of Greece 1. Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans. p. 139. Retrieved 25 March 2010. 
Jump up ^ Hesiod, Works and Days 156–73.
Jump up ^ Fiero, Gloria K. (2011). The Humanistic Tradition. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. pp. 80–81. ISBN 9780073523972. 
Jump up ^ Alden, John B. (1883) The Greek Anthology, pp. 160–162.
Jump up ^ Kerenyi, Karl, 1959. The Heroes of the Greeks (London: Thames and Hudson) p. 75.
Jump up ^ Wood, Michael. "Jason and the Argonauts", In Search of Myths and Heroes, PBS
Jump up ^ Gray, Richard. "Legend of the Golden Fleece was Real", Daily Mail, 27 November 2014
Jump up ^ Boxer, Sarah. "How Oedipus Is Losing His Complex", The New York Times 6 December 1997
Jump up ^ Bellinger, Martha Fletcher. A Short History of the Drama, New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1927
Jump up ^ Nagy, Gregory. Ancient Greek Heroes in 24 Hours, Harvard University Press, 2013, ISBN 9780674075429
External links[edit source | edit]
Rosenberg, Karen. "Those Greek Heroes, Sometimes Behaving Badly", The New York Times, October 21, 2010


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What, when, where. The innermost planet, Mercury will pass in front of the Sun on Monday, 9th May, 2016. This solar transit will start at 12:12 BST and end at 19:42 BST. If the skies are clear, the transit will be visible from most of Western Europe, South America and Eastern North America.


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Litmus test: First Transference (ambiguation) of Euclidean Morphing Process of the np-hard Envirodustrial Baseline for Psychometric Analysis in the Great Arctic Experiment of the Republic on Spaceship Earth: In purpose, may I humbly introduce, "Sophie" the new Supreme Intelligence Specialist in Organic State. I have semi-retired, from the Extended World Grid, and going about becoming a star pupael (teacher's pet) again in World Game V on #StateGridAlaska .

In reference to  #GoodTimeEvolution  are there any willing participants in the, "Ancient Chinese Secret" litmus test? I can provide you with some good insight, but it shall cost you...commensurately. #BetheKanji  

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From Middle French métamorphoser
metamorphose ‎(third-person singular simple present metamorphoses, present participle metamorphosing, simple past and past participle metamorphosed)
(of a moth or insect) to undergo metamorphosis
to transform (something) into a completely different appearance
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Latin: transfiguro
Spanish: metamorfosear (es)

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masc.masc. dualmasc. pl.
fem.fem. dualfem. pl.
commoncommon dualcommon pl.
neuterneuter dualneuter pl.

Noun class: Plural class:
Transliteration: (e.g. ázbuka for азбука)
Raw page name: (e.g. amo for amō)
Qualifier: (e.g. literally, formally, slang)
Script code: (e.g. Cyrl for Cyrillic, Latn for Latin)

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masc.masc. dualmasc. pl.
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commoncommon dualcommon pl.
neuterneuter dualneuter pl.

Noun class: Plural class:
Transliteration: (e.g. ázbuka for азбука)
Raw page name: (e.g. amo for amō)
Qualifier: (e.g. literally, formally, slang)
Script code: (e.g. Cyrl for Cyrillic, Latn for Latin)

Nesting: (e.g. Norwegian/Nynorsk)
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metamorphose in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam, 1913
“metamorphose”, in The Century Dictionary, New York: The Century Co., 1911
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Excerpt gifted from Operating Manual For Spaceship Earth By Richard Buckminster Fuller • 1969 •

• 1968 • But there were a few human beings who gradually, through the process of invention and experiment, built and operated, first, local river and bay, next, along-shore, then off-shore rafts, dugouts, grass boats, and outrigger sailing canoes. Finally, they developed voluminous ribbellied fishing vessels, and thereby ventured out to sea for progressively longer periods. Developing ever larger and more capable ships, the seafarers eventually were able to remain for months on the high seas. Thus, these venturers came to live normally at sea. This led them inevitably into world-around, swift, fortune-producing enterprise.

• 1986 •Thus they became the first world men. *and yet at last we remain to maintain...those who were first.

• 2014 • "We have only just begun."
• 2016 • "Luctor et Emergo"
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"Sharing a King of Beers with Harvard Extension School"...And when you get to your Divine Revelation about why you took the challenge of joining the Senior Executive Writers' Program on Whitehouse Negotiations Policy, please do not forget to ask yourself, "Was it worth the wait?" If you answer yes, then realize that many things are structured around keeping the, "Sprit of the Parables" alive and well by writers like us, who in Thought, Word and Deed (Science, Technology and Medicine) keep it elementary for all...and by the way, our style is just slightly less carbonated and just a little more boronated at 4% VOL alc. per capita. Cheers! "What a Dishertation."

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For what Jimmy was inspired to write of Our Friend Jesus and all of those who were able to laugh at the end of the long hard day of putting an end to human understanding (and) eating a little, "Barometer Soup" and "Humble Pie" every once and awhile we can truly understand the Master Barometer and, "Divine Comedy of Jesus the Christ on Spaceship Earth."

"Follow in my wake
You've not that much at stake
For I have plowed the seas
And smoothed the troubled waters
Come along let's have some fun
The hard work has been done
We'll barrel roll into the sun
Just for starters

Just for starters
Barometer's my soup
I'm descended from a deckhand on a sloop
I travel on the songlines
That only dreamers see
Not known for predictability

Come and follow in our wake
You've not that much at stake
For we have plowed the seas
And smoothed the troubled waters
Come along let's have some fun
Seems our work is done
We'll barrel roll into the sun
Just for starters

Sail the main course
In a simple sturdy craft
Keep her well stocked
With short stories and long laughs
Go fast enough to get there
But slow enough to see...

(Keylime Phrase) "Moderation seems to be the key"

Constantly searchin'
Oh my eyes have seen some horizons (each of them)
And I've crossed the ocean for more than just thrills
Yes I'm the first
Won't be the last
You trust for the future
and treasure the past

Follow in my wake
You've not as much at stake
For I have plowed the seas
And smoothed the troubled waters
Come along let's have some fun
The hard work has been done
We'll barrel roll into the sun
Just for starters
We'll barrel roll into the sun
Just for starters
We'll barrel roll into the sun
Just for starters...

Speaking for Jimmy, Brother Jesus....I'm sure we agree, we're both ready to do barrel rolls with you into the sun at anytime, anyplace....anywhere for He has truly plowed the seas and smoothed the troubled waters. Life Mas!


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0Cpx-Ancientlibraryalex: "What is common to the greatest number gets the least amount of care. Men pay most attention to what is their own; they care less for what is common; or at any rate they care for it only to the extent to which each is individually concerned. Even when there is no other cause for inattention, men are more prone to neglect their duty when they think that another is attending to it."

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11 The desert owla and screech owlb will possess it; the great owlc and the raven will nest there. God will stretch out over Edom the measuring line of chaos and the plumb line of desolation.
References for Isaiah 34:11
Cross References

34 34:11 - S Lev 11:16-18 ; S Dt 14:15-17 ; Zep 2:14 ; Rev 18:2
35 34:11 - S Ge 8:7
36 34:11 - Isa 21:11 ; Eze 35:15 ; Joel 3:19 ; Ob 1:1 ; Mal 1:4
37 34:11 - S Ge 1:2
38 34:11 - S 2Ki 21:13 ; La 2:8 ; Am 7:8
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12 Her nobles will have nothing there to be called a kingdom, all her princes will vanish away.
References for Isaiah 34:12
Cross References

39 34:12 - Job 12:21 ; Ps 107:40 ; Isa 40:23 ; Jer 21:7 ; 27:20 ; 39:6 ; Eze 24:5
40 34:12 - Isa 29:20 ; 41:11-12

13 Thorns will overrun her citadels, nettles and brambles her strongholds. She will become a haunt for jackals, a home for owls.
References for Isaiah 34:13
Cross References

41 34:13 - S Isa 5:6 ; S 7:19
42 34:13 - S Isa 13:22 ; 32:13
43 34:13 - Ps 44:19 ; S Isa 13:22 ; Jer 9:11 ; 10:22
44 34:13 - S Lev 11:16-18

14 Desert creatures will meet with hyenas, and wild goats will bleat to each other; there the night creatures will also lie down and find for themselves places of rest.
References for Isaiah 34:14
Cross References

45 34:14 - S Ps 74:14
46 34:14 - Isa 13:22
47 34:14 - Rev 18:2

15 The owl will nest there and lay eggs, she will hatch them, and care for her young under the shadow of her wings; there also the falcons will gather, each with its mate.
References for Isaiah 34:15
Cross References

48 34:15 - S Ps 17:8
49 34:15 - Dt 14:13

16 Look in the scroll of the LORD and read: None of these will be missing, not one will lack her mate. For it is his mouth that has given the order, and his Spirit will gather them together.
References for Isaiah 34:16
Cross References

50 34:16 - Isa 30:8
51 34:16 - Isa 40:26 ; 48:13
52 34:16 - Isa 1:20 ; 58:14
53 34:16 - S Isa 1:20/ #MosaicEconomy
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