There is an undeniable appeal to the statement by Heraclitus that “you cannot step twice into the same stream.” Impermanence is perceived everywhere we look. People who spend any time along the banks of a river or the seashore know that change is constant. 579 more words
Tags » Natural Philosophy
“The degree by which this vector has to turn to align itself in the direction of the field gives us only a slight idea about the actual value of epsilon“, he answered while repeatedly making his forearm to trace the path the arrow on the board would supposedly trace and as he did so, the lecture hall was at an absolute standstill. 936 more words
Lest the key quote be lost in my babel, here it is from John Deely:
304 more words
This is the basis for the prior possibility in principle of so-called ” equivocal generation “: the origin of living matter out of non-living matter by reason of a fortuitous dispositioning of the latter in a chance (or laboratory controlled) series of causes.