Life
I tend to believe reasons and causality. But a few years ago, a peer scientist challenged that there might not always be a reason for a phenomenon. I argued that even total randomness could be, to some extent, mathematically measured, modeled, and described. For now, I would assume there are some reasons, and I would search for them. We'll see.
My Casio electronic piano.
My lynx-point siamese cat, named Mao-mao.
Huge cat, 3-feet long from head to tail tip.
My morning routine with Hario coffee kit.
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