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No Progress in Forty Years (Update)

Physicist Sabine Hossenfelder contended in Lost in Math that no fundamental progress has been made in physics in the last forty years. Instead of advancing an understanding of the building blocks of the universe, we are simply working out the … Continue reading

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Who Are You?

NB: This is a repost from August 24, 2019. My eyes no longer permit long form writing. Who Are You? None of us wants our personality judged when we’re drunk, high, or have lost our temper. “That’s not who I … Continue reading

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The Self-Righteous Self-Help Industry

“We are truly the sum of our own choices, nothing more.” That’s the distillation of every self-righteous self-help advocate who has never had a loved one suffer or die from mental illness. Or had a loved one killed when someone … Continue reading

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