Saturday, October 29, 2011


"That's what insanity is, when you do the same thing over and over again even though it really doesn't work."

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Mindwalk (1999)

"See, we tend to think of subatomic  particles as some kind of small billiards balls or small grains of sand. But for physicists a particle has no independent existence. A particle is essentially a set of relations that reach outward to connect with other things.

What are those other  things, please?

They're interconnections of  yet other things which also turn out to be interconnections, and so on, and so on. In atomic physics we never  end up with any things at all. The essential nature of matter lies not in objects, but in interconnections."

"No one induced upon us the wisdom of the American indian tribes who made all their important decisions with the  seventh generation in mind. We were never taught to think about the future that way."