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The 2nd Grade Butterfly Effect

First published in Collier’s magazine in June of 1952, Ray Bradbury’s “A Sound of Thunder” went on to become one of the most frequently re-published short science fiction stories of all time, but the concept at its heart was far from new. 894 more words

Animals

A Reason For Everything...

Last night I worked alone and without any back up I picked my jobs carefully. The computer would spit out 21st and West Street and I returned it. 176 more words

This Too Will Pass

The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt

Dear alert Neighbors North Reader,

As you can see if you read on, this post has been mouldering, er, that is, incubating, for a while now.  1,209 more words

Book Reviews

Eiscape

This is Eiscape, a 13 layered 12″ x 12″ hand-cut paper assemblage. It is the second in the Structured Chaos series which is now using photographs provided by… 286 more words

Art

Arcadia, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead.

Hello! We’ve had another lovely week on twitter looking at two of Tom Stoppard’s masterpieces: Arcadia and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead.

We left… 977 more words

Postmodern

Multiplicity Analogy

As I mentioned earlier, when I think of Calvino’s multiplicity, the first thing that came to my mind was the 2004 movie Butterfly Effect starring Aaron Kutcher, in which he successfully goes back in time to his childhood to try and change his future for the better.   158 more words

Calvino

][ LATITUDES ][ INTERVIEW ][

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In collaboration with Chaos Theory Promotion (www.chaostheorymusic.co.uk) here we’re with a new interesting interview collected in occasion of THE FACEMELTER! Chaos Theory is celebrating its fifth year of activities and in occasion of this massive birthday party, they’ve decided to book some of the most incredible bands organizing amazing shows all over the capital and amongst those they’ve got the heavy Facemelter nights!!! 234 more words

INTERVIEWS