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A Physicist Speaks On Randomness & Choice

A Physicist Speaks On Randomness & Choice

Jul 15, 2014-- "When you look at your life...if you think about all the details of what happened to you, you will find that there was a time where you had the extra cup of coffee, where if you hadn't, you wouldn't have met Person A. When I look back in my life, I could find so many instances like that...And the course of your life depends on how you react to those opportunities and challenges that the randomness presents to you. If you're awake and paying attention, you will find that things happen. They might seem good, they might seem bad but the important thing is how you reacted." Leonard Mlodinow is a physicist and the author of several books including "The Drunkard's Walk: How Randomness Rules Our Lives" and "Feynmen's Rainbow: A Search for Beauty in Physics and in Life." In this fascinating interview, he speaks about free will, consciousness, chaos, beauty, spirituality, and Star Trek. (20501 reads)


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