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Kurt Gödel

Kurt Gödel (1906-1978) was a mathematician and philosopher born in Brünn, Austria-Hungary (currently Brno, Czech Republic). Gödel’s “Undecidability Theorem” demonstrated that at some point a mathematical system based on axioms and operational rules becomes self-referential. This means that the mathematical … Continue reading


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Predestination – Software is updated… why not theology?

The Chairman of the Bored Not sure if it’s because of the holiday season and all the extra activity – inner and outer – during this time. But I’ve been letting this entry hang, fully aware it’s in need of … Continue reading


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Pisces – Something fishy here?

Before the internet most newspapers had a horoscope section. It might have been a small weekly column or a full-blown page on weekends. Every morning my family read the local paper. I always managed to get the entertainment and sports … Continue reading


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Psi Spies – A different kind of dark web?

Preamble (skip) I always feel a bit apprehensive writing about paranormal phenomena (psi). Earthpages is about dialog and change. And none of that will happen if readers are alienated by fringe topics. If I simply wanted to mirror today’s trends … Continue reading


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Q – It’s okay to be uncertain

The Catholic Monk Thomas Merton once said that the Bible is a difficult, perplexing work. It doesn’t make sense. It has contradictions. And its Old Testament often portrays God as an immature, violent ogre. But with his hallmark Christian optimism, … Continue reading