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Cliff Hays

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Musician and author from the USA, primarily influenced by mathematics, science, and philosophy. Has written two science fiction short stories Dual Void and IHU ; one work of mathematics Bivalent Logic ; two works of epistemology and philosophy of science Aamrgan and On the Preservation of Enthusiasm ; as well as Essays in Science and Philosophy [2004 - 2009] (seven essays exploring and explicating various interrelated topics, such as: temporality, gravity, relativity, epistemology, agnosticism, metaphysics, existentialism, consciousness, music, art, physics, and cosmology). ...more

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Cliff Hays Clementine Kruczynski and Joel Barish in Charlie Kaufman's 2004 sci-fi drama film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind [IMDb:tt0338013] . In the f…moreClementine Kruczynski and Joel Barish in Charlie Kaufman's 2004 sci-fi drama film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind [IMDb:tt0338013] . In the film Clementine has Joel erased from her memory, and in retaliation he has her erased from his memory, but despite the erasures they are drawn together. The tagline says it all: "You can erase someone from your mind. Getting them out of your heart is another story."(less)
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It is time to share my favorite albums of our century's first decade, now that we've entered its third decade. Of course, no one person can listen to every album that exists, so in the event there are any glaring omissions in your opinion please share them in the comments. I do not view music as a competition, even though the below list has kind of a competitive organization to it (winners, runner Read more of this blog post »
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Description: A philosophical essay which examines Saint Anselm's ontological argument for the existence of God.
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Description: A philosophical essay that explores Philippa Foot's ethical thought experiment known as "the trolley problem".
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Description: A small essay applying logic to examine the falsification and corroboration of scientific theories.
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Janna Levin
“...we are the product of this universe and I think it can be argued that the entire cosmic code is imprinted in us. Just as our genes carry the memory of our biological ancestors, our logic carries the memory of our cosmological ancestry. We are not just imposing human-centric notions on a cosmos independent of us. We are progeny of this cosmos and our ability to understand it is an inheritance.”
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“A theory which is not refutable by any conceivable event is nonscientific. Irrefutability is not a virtue of a theory (as people often think) but a vice.”
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“Here the clouds constantly adjusted like obedient phantoms, so that shadows never lengthened or shortened. At any point in space, Limbo never became any darker or lighter than the moment before.”
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