LOREM IPSUM

I do not fear facts, but I do fear the possible subtext engendered by the citation of a specific fact. keywords: [politics] [polemics] [standard phraseology] [debate] [discourse]

LOREM IPSUM

Awaiting the satisfaction of thresholds (cf: Ovid’s “Everything comes gradually, and at its appointed hour.”) is the most generic motion available to a sentient being. Delaying gratification is just a special case of this. keywords: [General Systems Theory] [continuous improvement] [progress]

famous saying

“The shortest distance between two truths in the real domain passes through the complex domain.” (Hence, the complex domain is a catalyst for the elucidation of truth in the real domain.)