I first heard of what’s being called a Great Reset just a couple of weeks ago. It sounded like a conspiracy theory, but it’s far from that.
Lennox, the beloved Oxford mathematician, asks, “What will the year 2084 hold for you — for your friends, for your family, and for our society?”
This lecture represents material I have presented for the past few years, under the heading of “evo-devo,” or “evolution and development.”
Misplaced priorities are California’s specialty. Here’s an example.
One of my favorite poems (actually, a famous extract from the longer work Jubilate Agno) is Christopher Smart’s “To My Cat Jeoffrey.”