Frolic

How can one have a subjectively open future and an objectively closed (determined) future?

The answer lies in the nature of non-linear dynamic systems and what I call epistemological ignorance. Basically, because we can’t know what the closed future will be, we are free to frolic in our ignorance.

I have twenty more pages of perspicacious obfuscation where this came from. 😉

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Nick Napoli

Nick is the fella who crosses the line and drags you, kicking and screaming, to the other side. Once there, he hopes you will begin to realize how liberating it is to cease incessant worries and let go of the mindless social norms that have been so firmly ingrained in our brains. He has held many titles in life: robot's bitch, designer, rocket scientist, gummy candy shot glass manufacturer, asshole, Zine maker, and most recently, ThePotLuck Contributor. "I wouldn't say I've become more radical: I was born radical." -Ai Weiwei

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