Steve McEllistrem

The Devereaux Dilemma

Monthly Archives: March 2019

Time May Not Be Linear

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One theory posits that time, as part of space-time, exists at every point, always, in conjunction with space, so that what we think of as the future and the past exist simultaneously with the present. Your birth and death are … Continue reading

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Who Wants to be a Superhero?

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I used to want to be a superhero. How cool would it be to fly or pick up a car with one hand, to save the day for the good people around me and make life miserable for the bullies … Continue reading

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So Many Problems, So Little Time

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Which problem should we focus on? There are so many to choose from. Let’s start with climate change, which is causing problems all over the world already – from heat waves and droughts to massive floods, from calving glaciers to … Continue reading

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