Steve McEllistrem

The Devereaux Dilemma

Monthly Archives: May 2015

The Problem with Time Travel

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Time is an interesting concept. We know it as the fourth dimension, yet it behaves differently than the other three. We can move up or down, right or left, forward or back without interference. But we cannot move backward in … Continue reading

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I am biased . . . and so are you

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All of us have our biases. We think we don’t. We think we’re enlightened and we don’t base our decisions on subconscious or unconscious cues, yet we do it every day, all the time. It’s impossible not to be biased. … Continue reading

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If you could see the Future

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If you could see the future, would you want to? Consider that you might see something you don’t want to see – like a world run by cockroaches or your grandchildren in prison for committing fraud or everyone deciding to … Continue reading

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