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  • (1) This probably relates to the outing of the Higgs-Boson.
    (2) Fortunately Neil realises that love is the most important force in the universe as it imparts meaning to all other parts.
    (3) The final outcome is that he realises we are all one consciousness experiencing itself simultaneously, and
    (4) We are all manifestations of the universe, A.K.A. the cosmic divine, A.K.A. god, and as such science and divinity are one, and the only true force in the universe is love.

    July 16, 2012
    • Chris Orapello

      Nice. 😉

      July 16, 2012
  • The choice of using Dr. Tyson for this is HILARIOUS. The notion of the cards having their way with Mr. lovable fuzzball ultimate science-guy astrophysicist, author and noted outspoken atheist and skeptic borders on being sublime in and of itself. “And what do we see past the horizon of the universe, Dr. Tyson?” “Well, I don’t know about Chris’ deck, but I see the four of cups!

    July 19, 2012
    • Mr. Tyson is so against superstitious ways of thinking that I just had to start this portion of the blog. How could I refuse the thought when it entered my brain from the cosmos? I tell you I could not!

      July 20, 2012
  • Lloyd Hargrove

    If you have not clicked on Dark Cynic’s name link above, you owe it to yourself to do so.

    P.S. The math on the “Are you Human?” button is getting a little tough for me.

    July 28, 2012

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