Mankind’s most perfectly terrifying work of art is the division of time. –Elias Canetti Advertisements Continue reading Terrifying Art
Not that I blame them. There’s a lot of confusion about it. July 1st in Ottawa is quite possibly one … Continue reading Canadians don’t know their own Holidays
The calendar you use affects how you think, feel, and interact. When you think about time, what mental images come … Continue reading Models of Time
Day and Night are not equal on the Equinox.
In Canada’s Stonehenge, Gordon R Freeman dismisses the misconception that days and nights are of equal length during the Equinox. The Equinox signifies the date when the path of the Sun crosses the Equator, but the Equalnights, when day and night are 12 hours each, are a different matter altogether. Continue reading “Unequal Equinox”
During the Equinox, Day doesn’t equal Night equally. The word “Equinox” means “equal night”, which I have repeated enough myself … Continue reading Equi-knocks