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“You’re a victim of disorganized thinking.” –The Wizard of Oz

Watching The Wizard of Oz in IMAX 3D in 2013, the wizard’s words to the Scarecrow seemed prophetic from this 1939 movie:  “You’re a victim of disorganized thinking.” Our contemporary culture “is a victim of disorganized thinking.”  “Intellectual freedom” has … Continue reading

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Pythagoras’ Other Pythageorean Theorem

Ancient Greek mathematician and philosopher, Pythagoras, (born in 570 B.C.) found out an interesting fact about triangles. If a triangle has a right angle (90 degrees) and you make a square on each of the three sides, the biggest square … Continue reading

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