CLICK5: Park It

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  1. Roob

    The Universe has been making a point to me about Traffic and mobility in general. Not sure exactly what it is though yet but nothing new there. World in Motion or something. Cars and Girls and Trains Boats and Planes. And Chariots of Fire . And even mobility scooters, skateboards and segways. And Shank’s Pony.Etc, etc.

    And the movie Traffic. I haven’t watched it but from the review it’s about different perspectives.

    ‘It explores the illegal drug trade from a number of perspectives: users, enforcers, politicians, and traffickers.’

    And Wigner’s Friend and Paradox.

    ‘Refinements of Schrodinger’s thought experiment have only deepened the mystery. In the 1960s, mathematician and physicist Eugene Wigner painted himself into the picture as an additional observer. As his friend conducts a Schrodinger’s cat experiment, Wigner stands outside the door. Before Wigner opens up and looks inside, for him the friend-cat combination is in a quantum superposition of happy friend/live cat and sad friend/dead cat.

    This is so even if Wigner’s friend long ago opened the box and ascertained what state the cat is in and by extension their own emotional state. To compound the original measurement problem, quantum reality is now also observer-dependent. Different people can construe different realities at any one time with no way of saying which is right.’

    And it’s all connected.

    Blur held their first concert a few hundred yards from Peter’s home in Chappel. They held a reunion concert there a few years ago. It was at the train station. Waiting :-).

    ‘On Saturday, Colchester’s most famous musical sons Blur will kick-off their UK tour in a shed at the East Anglian Railway Museum, a train buff’s paradise in the village of Wakes Colne.

    The museum, based in the former Chappel and Wakes Colne Station, was the unlikely birthplace of Blur, who, according to showbiz legend, made their debut there in 1988.’

    https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/105956/Blur-tracks-to-save-railway-museum

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