Be Preposterous

Forward-thinkers have it all backwards. ✎ By Wayne K. Spear preposterous, a. (prɪˈpɒstərəs) [f. L. præposter, reversed] 1. Having or placing last that which should be first; inverted in position or order. “Life can only be understood backwards,” wrote Soren… Read More ›

Simple, not simplistic

We need more simple people. ✎ By Wayne K. Spear The best ideas are simple, never simplistic. E=mc2 is simple. Einstein had other, earlier formulations, but none had the elegance of energy equals mass times the speed of light, squared…. Read More ›