{Tangents}

tan·gent

ˈtanjənt/
noun
  1. a straight line or plane that touches a curve or curved surface at a point, but if extended does not cross it at that point.
  2. a completely different line of thought or action.

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I am moved by ten-thousand things; I enjoy all the ranting and raving, and I endeavor to write on a wide range of topics, from alpha to omega, biology to deontology. Each idea spills into all others—hence the tangent, everywhere, at all times. I happily take advantage of it.

Anyway, this, then, is an ever-evolving list of posts on this blog / site, topical divisions for your viewing pleasure (newest articles—per category—listed first, or top to bottom):


NOTE: For extraneous writings (published elsewhere), please see the WORKS page.


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