Tame Bear on March 9th, 2014

We perceive things in layers. From one room through a doorway into another room, and then out through the back door into the backyard, where I can see across the block to the next street in several directions. one room (doorway) another room (back door) the backyard (the block) the next street (the treetops) the […]

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Tame Bear on October 13th, 2010

Earlier this evening The Bear was in Sauder Concert Hall on the midwestern campus of Goshen College, listening to the incredible harmonies and delicate musical precision of The Wailin’ Jennys. Such inspiring perfection is hard to come by, and enthralling to hear. Many a bear might otherwise wonder, what in MY life approaches such perfection? […]

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Tame Bear on September 27th, 2010

NBC is working all the angles on its new show, “The Event.” Here’s a brief “passenger video” of events on the plane prior to its disappearance. This comes from the blog at truthseeker5314.com. One commenter on the blog says it would take a lot of  energy to snatch that plane out of the air, and […]

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Tame Bear on April 19th, 2010

As an avid technology watcher, The Bear tracks a number of trends on the World Wide Web, observing how new services come into common usage and are integrated into our daily lives. One hot rising trend in recent years is “social networking,” exemplified by services such as MySpace, Orkut, LinkedIn, Facebook, Bebo, Twitter, and Google […]

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Tame Bear on March 7th, 2010

Physicist Sean Carroll is hunting for the ultimate theory; he wants to explain the arrow of time. We remember the past but we don’t remember the future. There are irreversible processes. There are things that happen, like you turn an egg into an omelet, but you can’t turn an omelet into an egg. … The […]

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