Eclecticity: Dan Shafer's Web Log : Where author, poet, sports fanatic, spiritual teacher, and dabbler in things Pythonesque and Revolution(ary) Dan Shafer holds forth on various topics of interest primarily to him
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Monday, October 28, 2002

Universal Why Nots

The Multiverse we live in is passing strange. Herewith a sort of current state of the Multiverse report from the physicists' perspective.

A New View of Our Universe: Only One of Many. Astronomers have gazed out at the universe for centuries, asking why it is the way it is. But lately a growing number of them are dreaming of universes that never were and asking, why not?. By Dennis Overbye. [New York Times: Science]

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Monitor Says Series Was 'Fun for the Common Man'

Dave Winer pointed out this morning that the Christian Science Monitor has now become available via the RSS news feeds that are at the core of the world of blogs. I couldn't resist. Here's a delightful little ditty on how wonderful the recently concluded World Series was. I don't like the observation, but that doesn't make it untrue.
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A Literate Reminder

Bart Giamatti: "It is designed to break your heart." [Scripting News]

Thanks for thie pointer, Dave. It is a cycle. It comes again. We must hibernate our passions now, relax into the well-being that is, focus on what we have and not on what we lack.

Deep breath.
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