# Physics and Love

Dear Mrs. Chown,

Ignore your son’s attempts to teach you physics. Physics isn’t the most important thing. Love is.

Best wishes,
Richard Feynman

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2008.05.01 Thursday $CHK_2$

# 前傳 3

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2008.04.29 Tuesday $CHK_2$

# 3 Storyline

3 Storyline

3.1 In the beginning,
…3.1.1 in a sense, we are all time travellers

3.2 Now is the past of the future, the future of the past

3.3 You are nowhere but now-here

3.4 Living in now-here

3.5 Time messenger
…3.5.1 how to send messages to your past self
…………接收來自未來的訊息
…3.5.3 deja vu 似曾相識
…3.5.4 how to send messages to your future self
…3.5.5 regrets
…3.5.6 have no regrets
…3.5.7 palm
…3.5.8 preserve time

3.6 Now-here-I
…3.6.1 Foresight: prequel
…3.6.3 You are all of yourselves
…3.6.4 Now-here-I: the holographic universe
…3.6.6 Nothing less
…3.6.7 No persistence needed
…3.6.8 Eliminate the passage of time 與時並進
…3.6.9 Event realism 事件實在論
…3.6.10 Lost in time

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2008.04.29 Tuesday $copyright CHK^2$

# 國史大綱

–Wikipedia

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2008.04.28 Monday $CHK_2$

# 歌迷

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2008.04.28 Monday $CHK_2$

# 前傳

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12月22日是達明的農曆生日

5C、5D的一眾兄弟姊妹們為永遠榮譽會長 ─ 達明 預祝生日

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p.s. 達明親筆簽名相 很有型，有機會再哂多幾張。

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2008.04.27 Sunday $CHK_2$

# 3.6.10 Lost in time

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The most effective time we have is the time when we forget the existence of time and we do not care about the speed of time. 7 The most effective time we have is the timeless time.
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7 Speed of time with respect to an event is the speed of all other events.

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2008.04.27 Sunday $copyright CHK^2$

# R

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Russell on writing

“I conscientiously tried this, but found that my first draft was almost always better than my second. This discovery has saved me an immense amount of time. I do not, of course, apply it to the substance, but only to the form. When I discover an error of an important kind I re-write the whole. What I do not find is that I can improve a sentence when I am satisfied with what it means. ”

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On Russell’s writing

“Russell left a large assortment of writing. From his adolescent years, Russell wrote about 3,000 words a day, in long hand, with relatively few corrections; his first draft nearly always was his last draft, even on the most complex, technical matters. ”

— Wikipedia

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2008.04.25 Friday $CHK_2$

# Leonardo

Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci (April 15, 1452 – May 2, 1519) was an Italian polymath; a scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, painter, sculptor, architect, botanist, musician and writer.

— Wikipedia

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* Let no man who is not a Mathematician read the elements of my work.

— The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci

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2008.04.24 Thursday $CHK_2$

# 3.6.9 刹那即永恆

3.6.9 Event realism 事件實在論

When a thing is done, it is done forever. No one can alter it. The Past is the safest place to store our treasures in time. 6

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6 You can refer to Mr. Lee’s Art of Thinking.

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2008.04.24 Thursday $copyright CHK^2$

# 3.6.8 Eliminate the passage of time

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2008.04.20 Sunday $copyright CHK^2$

# 3.6.7 No persistence needed

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You are working on a big project. You have to work for one month for the project. At every single day of the month, you have to be very concentrated. You would have to be persistent to finish the work.

However, if in the beginning of every day, you decide to be concentrated for only one day. The task would be seem to be lighter. The psychological pressure would be much lower.

Then, in the beginning of another day, you decide to be concentrated for only one day again.

Using this mechanism, you just have to be persistent for one day at every time, much easier than to be persistent for the whole month. However, you can still get the benefit of being persistent for the whole month.

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2008.04.19 Saturday $copyright CHK^2$

# 3.6.6 The Nothing-Less Principle

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If you have concentrated all your mind, heart, and soul on the single task you are doing, you are going to create a good work. You would not know how much positive materials would be generated by that good work.

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2008.04.19 Saturday $copyright CHK^2$

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Ecclesiastes 11:4
If you wait until the wind and the weather are just right, you will never sow anything and never harvest anything.

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Mother Teresa:
The important thing is not to do a lot or to do everything. The important thing is to be ready for anything, at all the times; to be convinced that when serving the poor, we really serve God.

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2008.04.19 Saturday $copyright CHK^2$

# 3.6.4 Now-here-I: the holographic universe

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Sometimes, if I have more than one thing to do, when I do one of the things, I worry about the things I do not do. This kind of thinking is silly.

When I put my soul in one thing, that thing becomes positive and becomes a positive part of my soul. This gives enthusiasm for me to achieve other things effectively.

Just like a holographic film, every part of the film stores all the information needed to reconstruct the whole image. Just like DNA, any single cell in my body contains ALL the DNA data needed to reconstruct my whole body.

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Footnote: There is a book called The Holographic Universe.

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2007.04.19 Saturday $copyright CHK^2$

# 3.6.3 Where are you? Part 2

3.6.3 You are all of yourselves

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Sometimes, you may wonder whether you can meet your past-self or your future-self through time travelling.

What you do not remember is that you are your own past-self, your own present-self, and your own future-self.

You are all of your-past-present-future-selves.
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2007.04.19 Saturday $copyright CHK^2$

# 3.6.2 Where ARE you?

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They are all now-here. They are all the YOU-now-here.

Now I am a 23-year-old man studying for my master degree. Sometimes, I am re-connected to my 5-year-old mind. I think I am still a 5-year-old boy. I am a 5-year-old who is enjoying university and the graduate school now.

Sometimes, I think I am my 90-year-old self, an old man, traveling back in time, to re-live and taste my 23-year-old life, to review my youth.

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— Me@2003

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Modified 2008.04.16 Wednesday $copyright CHK^2$

# 密使

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2008.04.14 Monday $CHK_2$