Tame Bear on March 20th, 2016

This very instant, which we call NOW, is undoubtedly one of the deepest mysteries of life — how one NOW becomes a Then, and some possible Tomorrow emerges to become the new NOW. © Yuryz | Dreamstime Two things about NOW particularly fascinate me … How quickly most of our NOWs start to vanish, being […]

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Tame Bear on August 2nd, 2014

What If: Can you imagine moving at #lightspeed along the #axisoftime? pic.twitter.com/fHUjczZVBK — Tame Bear (@TameBear) August 2, 2014

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Tame Bear on November 9th, 2010

In a remarkably well-articulated story by Huffington Post blogger Robert Lanza, we are given a tour of recent research and contemporary thought into the nature of time. From the paradox of motion passing through many moments of time (like individual frames in a movie); Heisenberg’s inevitable uncertainties as to location and direction of moving objects; to the […]

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Tame Bear on August 29th, 2010

The world’s largest independent ebook store, Diesel Books is now the latest place to carry “Oceans of Light: A Users Guide to the Multiverse,” the definitive treatise on Multiverse Wave Theory (aka MW-Theory) by Peter Oakley. Understand how our repetitive personal habits contribute to the larger repeating waves of history and provide clues to guide our […]

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Tame Bear on May 19th, 2010

Those who follow @TameBear on Twitter may have already seen this, or perhaps it was inadvertently buried in a flood of other messages flowing by in your river of info. Here they are all together in one place — 8 tweets describing “Multiverse Wave Theory” (aka: MW-Theory): Picture yourself as a blob of photons moving […]

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Tame Bear on April 25th, 2010

In this week’s episode of “Flash Forward” (ABC), we learn about Dyson Frost’s “Garden of Forking Paths,” an enormous map sketched in chalk detailing multiple forks in his travels through time. Frost is in search of alternate futures, mostly a future where he lives past a particular date, but also a future where the whole […]

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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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Tame Bear on January 9th, 2010

I am greatly indebted to Alan Watts for introducing me to many new ideas in Oriental Philosophy — eastern religious and spiritual thought. Through listening to the “Alan Watts Podcast” I’ve learned a great deal about Buddhism, Hinduism, Zen, and  Taoism; and I am arriving at a new understanding about concepts such as the ego, […]

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