I love the intro of Kill Bill.
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I love the intro of Kill Bill.
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Open to interpretation but magpies are certainly very intelligent. https://twitter.com/gabriele_corno/status/1620397544491581441…
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I love Calm Down by Rema with Selena Gomez.
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Intentional friendship would be great as long as you keep in mind the Dunbar number of 150 and nurture a balanced portfolio of friends. https://twitter.com/inc/status/1619537179838906368…
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Sleeping itself is an unconscious letting it go but the preparation and conditioning could be made into conscious effort. https://twitter.com/japantimes/status/1619539749236051970…
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Every day of my life, I try to make choices that would take me to tomorrow. Some would drag you back to the status quo. Others would be like a musical chair, just going around. Only a few, not only contemporaries but also classics and canon, would transport me to the future.
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Nelly, thank you for letting me know this article. I read it with interest. Biocentrism is certainly an intriguing idea. Quoted examples of research are familiar to me. I am not convinced that this whole thing could be made coherent and consistent, but I keep an open mind. https://twitter.com/nellywagner/status/1618683091945680896…
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Going beyond the traditional way of self-criticizing Japan by intellectuals.
This is a long response to the wonderful BBC article by Rupert Wingfield-Hayes @wingcommander1.
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Hi, Rupert. Thank you for your insight. I share your love and concerns for this country. And indeed, the manhole covers are beautiful. https://twitter.com/wingcommander1/status/1618521922056368128…
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When I concentrate on something, and the passage of time disappears, there is the paradox that in hindsight, the time lost in absorption seems to shine with substance. Time exists when it is lost.
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We should ask what makes us happy.
This is a response video to the wonderful BBC article by Rupert Wingfield @wingcommander1 "Japan was the future but it's stuck in the past"
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This is a deeply affective and yet piercingly realistic article about my country. I share concerns for problems depicted in this wonderful essay.
"Will Japan gradually fade into irrelevance, or re-invent itself?"
That is the question. https://twitter.com/wingcommander1/status/1616970023238782978…
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There are stranger things in this universe than one could imagine. https://twitter.com/mastronomers/status/1618018999236796417…
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We should be humans. https://twitter.com/cb_doge/status/1617667519099305984…
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This is certainly great. https://twitter.com/salty_jess/status/1617908739348234240…
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Need to see this. https://twitter.com/madmanfilms/status/1615908141388169218…
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While storms of contingencies rage in the wider world, our private lives go on like unnoticed undercurrents. Listen in.
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“Too often, premieres have short rehearsal periods; then, unless future performances are lined up, or unless soloists champion concertos written for them, the music can easily disappear”
Good analysis. https://twitter.com/nytimes/status/1617362750304288768…
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This makes sense to me. https://twitter.com/JaneotN/status/1617195388812857345…
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Genius, thy name is dog. https://twitter.com/gabriele_corno/status/1617091994639126530…
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You are at the center of the world.
No matter where you are, you are categorically at the center of the entire universe. That awareness would lead to some useful thoughts and deeds.
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Wherever you are, you are at the center of the world. That awareness would make you observe your surroundings more deeply. You would then relay your experience to the wider world, contributing to the enrichment of overall diversity. That would be your contribution.
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So this is the seatbelt gate video…. https://twitter.com/petermccormack/status/1616341757670596608…
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Makes you humble. https://twitter.com/mastronomers/status/1615903230482960386…
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If you ask someone about the many worlds interpretation and the simulation hypothesis, you can get a pretty good idea of that person’s worldview.
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It would be the very nature of liberal arts. Interesting to see if we could extend this beyond the ivory tower. https://twitter.com/stevestuwill/status/1616004900219162624…
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Very early start today, before daybreak in Tokyo. Amazed to see quite a few people on the subway on their ways to work. Such is a moment when you feel you are in a resonant herd, although the destination of each is different. https://pic.twitter.com/pudC6JhY60
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Well done and now you deserve a vacation from this, prime minister. https://twitter.com/bbcworld/status/1615917925013004288…
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When I realize that there are difficult problems in life, I have such immense pleasure, because I can expect to have a prolonged period of trials, challenges, and investigations trying to solve them. Easy problems give only shallow joys.
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Two questions that divide people today: Many Worlds Interpretation and the Simulation Hypothesis.
These indeed reflect fundamental differences in the worldviews among quite intelligent and educated people.
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I feel the unbearable contrast between the individuality of Greta and the anonymity of the law enforcement. https://twitter.com/nowthisnews/status/1615471237454602267…
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Thank you for quoting me, David! https://twitter.com/theikigaiguy/status/1615377552977141760…
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It's what Douglas Hofstadter called the strange loop of self-reference. https://twitter.com/Independent/status/1615365526963765249…
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Before discussing posthuman and transhuman we need to understand what human is in the first place.
In the time window of mind-wandering there are things to consider.
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