Archive | May 2011


It’s interesting that a science of turbulence, Chaos Theory, has arisen in the course of one of the most turbulent ages in history — what we have taken to calling “the post-modern”. Although the term “post-modern” only came into self-conscious use apparently around 1973, we have been hurled into the post-modern condition since the First World War shattered the dreams of, and prospects for, an Age of Reason and the ideal of “universal reason”.

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The Canadian General Election

Wherein I indulge in some political punditry, while reminding everyone that I’m still here. Read More…