Aha! Found it. Sorry I had a fit of stupid and somehow missed it the first time.
I want to read that thesis. You had me at eschatology, but modern eschatologies, from a meandering Div degree? Yes, please.
Lincoln, you keep reminding me why I shouldn't give so many other awesome praxis 5's. Because now what?
Five points for awesome, and bonus for the cocktail. I admit I'm a little nauseated just sitting here at work looking at it, but it is a fantastic thing in theory, and you have made it exist.
enjoy! Some year soon, I will be there.
I don't care if this means I abandon or repeat my half-finished plastic plant liberation. I wants it.
And hidden at dog-height! Lovely!
I'm really touched to hear that my praxis on this one inspired, and that someone took that and ran differently with it. All kerfluffled and everything. I really need to take the time to post some of the other shenanigans i've been up to, and stop lurking here. thanks for the unintentional poke to do so :)
Working for astronomers for the past couple of years has taught me much, but most importantly, that power in insignificance, every time we find something big and new and strange and far away in the universe. It's a completely backward surprising amazing thing, every time.
I will confess, there are several of them, and this was but the easiest one to write on.
But you do indeed know the general place of which I speak, and we should go for a walk sometime :)