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Daemon Retren
Attends University of Toronto
Lives in Toronto
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Daemon Retren

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Imagine that you're playing a game of billiards. The balls move across the table with a measurable speed, and at any point their location can be determined. There's no uncertainty in the Newtonian world, where humans reside. How does your argument scale?
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Artist, Scientist, Wanderer, Ponderer
Introduction
Have you found the correct Daemon? Seldom is Daemon correct. But he's trying, really, really hard.
Bragging rights
Humility.
Education
  • University of Toronto
    History and Philosophy of Science, 2010 - present
    How does science work? As a human creation, science (and its application, technology) serves human purposes and works with human input. Children learn about their environment in much the same way as the human species comes to understand the universe. What are the limitations of our approach, our perception, our minds?
  • University of Toronto
    Psychology, 2010 - present
    How do people work? What makes them tick? What makes them smile? Most of this world is synthetic, molded by human hands and minds. To navigate - to function - one must understand the fundamental principles of psychology. Any career will benefit from these insights.
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Male
Other names
Kedric Bradley
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Writing and communication, mechanics, illustration, music.
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Toronto
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The staff and volunteers are friendly and helpful. They helped me salvage an old bike and get it running again - ten projects later, and I now know most bike repairs. They also teach bicycle maintenance and safety, and lend bikes for free to U of T students. All this while providing an open and inclusive space. It's not surprising that Bikechain often has lineups, especially in the warmer months. It is surprising, however, that some reviewers have the entitlement to criticize a free, public, DIY space because they don't know how to follow simple rules.
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