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Many in Sweden follow a process, known as death cleaning, to get rid of possessions before they become part of an estate. Sweden has a tradition that handles the disposal of a lifetime of clutter, according to the New York Post in "Swedish death cleaning is the morbid new way... Continue »
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While scrolling my Instagram timeline a few days ago, I came across a post by @blackwithnochaser. The post spoke of a form of genocide that had actually occurred in my home state of Mississippi known as "The Devil's punchbowl." Apparently this incident occurred post-civil war. Very few are aware of... Continue »
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For a long time it was difficult to imagine how the neutrino CMB correspondence could be made to fit the mathematics, and of course observation. But the idea did seem to be crazy enough, and now it is beginning to make sense. Dungworth & Sheppeard Continue »
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Like all great problems, the dark matter problem requires us to reconcile R=ct and LCDM. This can be done. Quantum inertia gives the former, covering the MOND solution on galactic scales. But on larger scales, mirror matter can look like LCDM dark matter, or rather, like black holes that approximate... Continue »
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God has a greater destiny for you. If you change this one thing, you will change your life for the better! Continue »
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Want to live free, whole, and be productive? Desire to maximize your potential in Christ? Here’s how! Continue »
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Are you being held back because of shame? There is liberty for you in Christ Jesus! Continue »
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You can bounce back from any setback and reset your life with these surefire strategies. Continue »
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God's desire is to make you fruitful. But first, you must have the right mentality about success! Continue »
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Witten’s new paper discussing gauge symmetries uses the Higgs neutrino scale correspondence, which is one of many of my proposals that was deleted and scoffed at. On arXiv Continue »
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Got great plans for you that hinge on your ability to embrace the authentic you He has called you to be. Here are 3 powerful strategies to help you be authentically you! Continue »
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The recent passing of John Ashbery provided the impetus for this week's final post. Ashbery's death, and those of others I deeply admire, including James Tate and Russell Edson, turned out to disturb me, emotionally, in a way that, quite honestly, took me by surprise. I had never met any of them, and only had the chance to hear Ashbery read once, at the Poetry Project. But their importance to my writing (and reading, and thinking) life were enormous – as, it turns out, was the fact that they were living poets, making new work and continuing to construct their unfinished oeuvres, side by side with the rest of us, in the face of the same technological and cultural paradigm shifts, natural (and political) disasters, etc. As well: that the loss I felt was shared by untold others. Which led me to wonder about the emotional valence of this question for other writers. How (and why) is it meaningful to them to know that a writer they admire is their living contemporary? How has the loss of such figures affected their attitudes towards the work of those who are still with us – or to their own? It is my honor to share two moving and thought-provoking responses, by two extraordinary poets. G.C. Waldrep: On the Deaths of Poets I’ve never been the sort of person to fetishize poets, their lives or their persons or their things. I’ve visited Amherst, Mass., three times now and never had any desire whatsoever to tour Emily Dickinson’s house. (Edward Gorey’s sly smack in The Willowdale Handcar pretty much sums up that sort of literary tourism to me.) Fetishize their poems, yes: but not their persons, not their possessions. Poets are always and forever in the act of leaving us, poem by poem. Every poem is posthumous, every poem reaches out to the living moment from a past that is no longer directly accessible. But there comes a moment when there will be no more poems, because the poet has left the room, permanently. When the news of Czeslaw Milosz’s death came in August 2004, I was at the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, and I cried. Not because he had died — he was, after all, 93; many people at Bread Loaf seemed unaware he hadn’t already died, years before — but because he had continued to write almost up until that moment: we were still, all of us who cared about his work, caught up in the flow of its becoming. And now, barring hidden, unpublished (or untranslated) manuscripts, there would be no more. Milosz was not my “first poet”— that would be Robert Penn Warren, whose Selected Poems I was awarded by way of a prize upon my high school graduation in 1986 — but he was my first master, the first poet I consciously placed myself under, longing to understand some fraction of what he understood, which was about time and impermanence, how these relate to the mysteries of the self,... Continue »
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Here are 3 important lessons I’ve learned through experience, some pain, and heartache, that will serve you well along your path to authenticity! Continue »
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A month ago today, we released to our Beta Team a brand new feature making it a snap to add and upload YouTube videos to your blog post. We're happy to announce that this has... Continue »
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Today, we'll teach you how to use Typepad's multiple usernames feature. Using this feature, you can create a paywall on your blog. Readers would not be able to read select posts unless they have paid.... Continue »
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We here at Typepad love taking pictures and showing them off to friends and family, so we know that you must love it too! To make showing your images off a better experience, we've completely... Continue »
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