The Scientist, Part I

“In 1960, the Nobel Prize-winning theoretical physicist Eugene Wigner wrote a famous essay titled “The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences”, in which he stated that “it is not at all… Continue reading

The Writer and the Coffeehouse

After a few month’s acquaintance with European ‘coffee’ one’s mind weakens, and his faith with it, and he begins to wonder if the rich beverage of home, with it’s clotted layer of yellow… Continue reading

Lost Property

My eyes flutter open. I feel an immediate sensation of dread; Something is terribly wrong. I’m moving… What the hell is going on? There is a bad taste in my mouth and a… Continue reading

Defining a Blog

What is a blog? What does a writer or blogger post? How frequently should a writer publish? And should articles contain other media? Where I can see that a blog specifically designed for… Continue reading

The Lounge Reflections

This is a reflective look at blogging and work published on The Lounge.   Its been almost a year since I started blogging and far too much has happened during that single orbit… Continue reading