The themes in this article relate to our shortening lifetimes on this planet, our individual perception of time, chaos theory and that Latin cliché carpe diem. With such a bundle complex concepts, your assignment is to expand to a logical direction.

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Do no wrong. Live your life.

The hours will hardly forgive you, those hours that are wearing away the days, those days that are gnawing away the years.

- Luis de Góngora (1561-1627)

Chaos Lives Beyond the Drip and Before the Stream - A planksip® Möbius

The themes in this article relate to our shortening lifetimes on this planet, our individual perception of time, chaos theory and that Latin cliché carpe diem. With such a bundle complex concepts, your assignment is to expand to a logical direction.

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