Throughout Charter, Trust Deed, and By-laws of the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art (1859). Original from Princeton University. Digitized March 19, 2008.
Richard Dawkins doesn’t really know any religious people, because he is from England. There are hardly any traditional religious believers. In England, it’s the Archbishop of Canterbury and 3 priests. If he wants to study religion in England, he should look to soccer.
—Philosophy of Religion Professor (via philosophyprofessorquotes)
“Riven is still careful to let you investigate the realm in your own time. The fleeting glimpses of humanity, though, naturally create an urge to meet some of these folks. Why won’t they be your friend? That’s for you to figure out. The emptiness that was taken as a matter of fact in Myst is part of the puzzle in Riven; it enriches the tensions of the game.”
—Our latest “Special Topics In Gameology” series is about emptiness in games. Myst uses it to calm you; its sequel, Riven, uses it to provoke you.
The Star Fissure by Keith Lord.
Fact: The world ended in 1997 and everything since is just a collective delusion.