Friday, 18 November 2011

Here We Go?

The new knowledge is piling on thick and fast.
For a start, something we've mostly thought of as a statistical tool to help us understand the world - the probability wave function - turns out to very possibly be real. Whatever that means.
Mathematical abstraction moves real world

Also, despite our best efforts to explain it away, the neutrinos are still moving faster than light

Although I don't take everything - or even anything - that Terence McKenna said terribly seriously, he's still worth cocking an ear at.

Pic: Terence Mckenna's natal chart.