(also known as fractal elves and self transforming machine elves) is a term coined by the writer and philosopher Terence McKenna to describe the entities that he claims one becomes aware of after having taken tryptamine based psychedelic drugs, especially
Here are excerpts from two of the six Norton Lectures that Jorge Luis Borges delivered at Harvard University in the fall of 1967 and spring of 1968. The recordings of these six lectures, only lately discovered in the Harvard University Archives, uniquely
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A Web comic. When a young girl’s bunny mysteriously becomes monstrously large, the inhabitants of Falling Oaks begin to take it upon themselves to uncover the mystery for their own personal endeavors. As the mystery unfolds so does the veil concealing t
Theosophists consider that belief should be the result of individual study, experience, and insight, rather than mere acceptance of traditional ideas, and that it should rest on knowledge, not on assertion.
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The theorists who first created the mathematics that describe the behavior of the recently announced "invisibility cloak" have revealed a new analysis that may extend the current cloak's powers, enabling it to hide even actively radiating objects like a f
Esqueçam lá o Gato Fedorento, por ali não se têm visto ideias novas. Já o novo programa do Rui Unas consegue arrancar gargalhadas ao tipo mais carrancudo. Confesso que não sou grande fan das últimas coisas dele, mas os textos deste programa estão mesmo muito bons. E para os que não têm paciência de ver televisão, está tudo no YouTube...
Placeblogs are sometimes called "hyperlocal sites" because some of them focus on news events and items that cover a particular neighborhood in great detail -- and in particular, places that might be too physically small or sparsely populated to attract mu