“Physics is mathematical not because we know so much about the physical world, but because we know so little; it is only its mathematical properties that we can discover.” — Bertrand Russell, An Outline of Philosophy (1927), ch. 15, “The Nature of our Knowledge of Physics”
Hi, I once posted what I think you saw as a bit of a negative review of your literature ages ago, which you posted here as missing the point aka your S Whitechapel guise.
it occurred to me recently that the person that told me your ‘genuine’ history was a publisher who is actually in jail now for hitting his old friend over the head with a hammer a lot of times. I think I still believe the rumours about you though re: politics, the interests etc align too much for it to be otherwise. Also they were confirmed by S Lines. I’m not sure I care much though as you’re too much of a hidden gem or something.
Your writings I have still remembered and probably always will, I think this online footprint of yours will intrigue and I feel on the verge of recommending The Eyes to people sometimes then stopping myself.
Anyway sorry, I had this blog saved as an old old bookmark and suddenly recalled what had happened in the interim so had to jabber it out.
You’ve created something unique I think, it might even be great even.
Thanks, but I don’t know which review you mean. Yes, the hammer-stuff is orl korrekt.