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Lady Luck and Reno by Anonymous on March 20th, 2014, 2:47 pm
pencil box full of the obvious content, mail box the same... the superposition of things before they are bound by observation to be of a specific content... the cat is considered to be both alive and dead... the idea being that objects of unknown content are equal... information tides... which is to suggest that all that is in a quantum state of uncertainty relates directly with all 'external uncertainty'...
it would follow that if there is any 'external uncertainty' it occurs with respect to the internal uncertainty...
in short... uncertainty squared is the Perpetual Wedge, which is to say that uncertainty x uncertainty is a simple machine up there with the ramp, or the hill... which shouldn't be so surprising that relativity is the equality of the division
anywho, exactly, prime agency... where does uncertainty stop and certainty begin... well, if you could see an uncertainty, would it exist?... that is to say what would you see if you saw uncertainty... it would be both something and...

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Religion and Science Unification by skakos on November 24th, 2012, 10:10 pm

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Science and Religion are treated by some as contradictory ways of thinking. This is not true. Without claiming that I hold the key to the “ultimate truth”, I will analyze the philosophy underying both sectors and show that these two ways of thinking are not in conflict, but actually two sides of the same coin. You can never know life fully, unless you see the cosmos in both perspectives.

The existence of God can be proved by both the tools of logic and faith. Religious people are some of the greatest scientists of all times. Science and religion do not always rely on logic and faith respectively. In an era when the new advances of science surprise us every day, religion stays powerful and...

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Sex Offender Shuffle by Sisyphus on May 20th, 2010, 7:03 pm
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Calgary gathering votes to confine payday advance operations by Anonymous on December 7th, 2015, 1:37 pm
Calgary gathering votes to confine payday advance operations

The move mirrors regulations that exist in different purviews in Canada and the United States, and is like the principles overseeing alcohol stores in Calgary, which can't work inside 300 meters.

One of the significant issues is the convergence of the organizations in poorer zones.

Speakers at chamber on Monday highlighted the cycle of obligation that frequently traps the individuals who use payday-advance administrations, which charge high loan fees.

Mike Brown, open strategy co-ordinator with neighborhood association Momentum, refered to insights that say 22 for each penny of the individuals who utilize the administrations return month to month.

He said that bunching of the banks "legitimizes" them.

The movement was likewise bolstered by the United Way and Vibrant Communities Calgary.

Darrell Howard with VCC said the moneylenders "really are counter-gainful to the neediness decrease procedures going...

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Masters dissertation. by Anonymous on May 5th, 2009, 9:39 am
The deadline for my masters dissertation is rapidly approaching. I am currently trying to go through my draft in order to tart it up and make it into a thirty page rollercoaster of emotions rather than the dull chronicle of what is meant to be a year's worth of work that it currently is. I wish that had I not been so lazy and actually managed to make a decent measurement before the Easter holiday (or during it) as was planned. I then could have spent more time writing it up until I was happy with it.

Getting it out of the way will be good though. In a mere 11 hours I'll be one step closer to graduating.
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