Infinity - Feynman

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

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When Feynman was at Los Alamos he danced spirit dances frequently; and he had been aware ofrepparttar so-called paranormal all his life. In fact I believe I learned throughrepparttar 140654 same methods he did – not in school. When he was at Princeton as a grad studentrepparttar 140655 head ofrepparttar 140656 Physics Department begged him to go with their government project as he said there are none like you anywhere. I loved hearingrepparttar 140657 care Robert Oppenheimer showed even though he had never metrepparttar 140658 young couple. I say that because his cousin John in London who offered to make merepparttar 140659 head of his printing company, showed that same kind of care for me.

Feynman died in 1988 before his partner John Wheeler met Peter Lynds who is now promoting an ancient Greek theory on Infinity. Wheeler supports Lynds who has no real formal education and that is to his credit. I must say there aren’t enough people like Dick Feynman and I wish there were a lot more. Thank you –repparttar 140660 Brodericks.

The Joy of Learning is more important than the power of money.

“0” – Cirque du Soleil Fluid Theater at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas

Written by Janice Wilson

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The momentum of energy built asrepparttar stage transformed itself into a performance of FIRE. I watched with a deep fascination asrepparttar 140611 performers incorporatedrepparttar 140612 rage of fire from ancient folklore withrepparttar 140613 precision ofrepparttar 140614 martial arts. Asrepparttar 140615 water purifiedrepparttar 140616 performancerepparttar 140617 stage merged into one brilliant scintillating visual. Passion controlled by beauty.

As passionate asrepparttar 140618 evening became, there was immense pleasure in watchingrepparttar 140619 beauty in celebration. It cast a spell overrepparttar 140620 entire theatre duringrepparttar 140621 Russian Swing sequence. A church bell atop a large swing signaled forrepparttar 140622 party of life, love, and death to begin. The divers created a swinging movement and trajectory of flight that moved them fromrepparttar 140623 initial point of ground level torepparttar 140624 highest point of 32 feet. I held my breath as I feltrepparttar 140625 divers’ momentary weightlessness at zero gravity was followed byrepparttar 140626 tremendous acceleration down torepparttar 140627 water. The intense pleasure in viewing this extremely dangerous feat was beautiful.

The show continued to astound and fascinate me as a cadre of performers dressed in zebra stripes displayed how to maintain balance in this stormy staged universe. They were constantly realigning themselves, hanging on untilrepparttar 140628 very end. The entire number took place suspended in mid-air betweenrepparttar 140629 sky andrepparttar 140630 water. I decided that even living onrepparttar 140631 edge could be beautiful when we are resilient.

Inrepparttar 140632 High Dive, four world class high divers leapt from a 60 foot grid level to a small exposed section ofrepparttar 140633 pool. Takingrepparttar 140634 plunge from this high dive is a scary proposition for anyone. But I was terrified when one ofrepparttar 140635 diver’s pulled fromrepparttar 140636 audience a seemingly innocent spectator, and coerced him into takingrepparttar 140637 leap! What wasrepparttar 140638 beauty in that? Asrepparttar 140639 spectator tookrepparttar 140640 plunge and expertly executed his dive, I realized that beauty was found in ALL that is possible.

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