18 March 2018

A linear algorithm is not possible in the tangle of neurons that make up the brain where each neuron is connected to thousands of others.   The brain cannot be a super computer.

It is more intimidating for me to look back at the long course of time than out upon the huge expanse of space.   Is this because we know the now and the time-line of life in our swatch of the cosmos, but we do not know the now or the time-line in the vast reaches of space?   
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Distressing thoughts, unsought, come to me, a feeble reed with a fragile stem that bends in any sudden dark wind.  Stressed, I pray not to break before good cheer returns.