Julian Barbour Oxford At the start of Act III of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, Viola, disguised as a young man, meets the clown Feste playing on pipe and tabor.
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California city slickers try their hand at crypto wizardry, exploiting the lax tax laws, cheap energy, willing regulators and free spirits that speak of a new gold rush.
The collector's obsession is always there but must be ruthlessly suppressed.
Still, I was having such fun that I had to try one more thing: describing possible futures.
But in the last year, like the cobbler who only peers at feet and shoes, I have come to see synthesis everywhere; and I feel that its nature is not well understood at least by psychology—after all, you can't simulate the mind of a Charles Darwin or an Emily Dickinson in the laboratory.