6 thoughts on “To be or not to be, is that the question?”

    1. Ah,”to be or not to be” is rather famous, eh? coupled with “that is the question.” Well, is it? Who has questions? What was Hamlet’s actual question?

      To be, or not to be, that is the question:
      Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer
      The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune,
      Or to take arms against a sea of troubles
      And by opposing end them.

      I see there, “what’s nobler? Hamlet is caught in a trap, a trap he made, and asks a question that has no answer.

      1. Abd – that’s an answer that’s elliptical enough to be pear-shaped. The long quiet period may mean that you’ve been firefighting in Wikipedia, and though there’s a lot happening in LENR with Mizuno there’s as yet no success in replications. Could well be no answers at the moment, but at least there is a possibility of answers when the time is ripe. Does time drop off and rot when it’s over-ripe? Mu.

        1. I have many involvements, juggling many balls, and, increasingly, I drop some. I factor for that in various ways and with varying degrees of success.

          I trust that, when the time is ripe, we will know the questions, and, until then, why worry? Worrying is a poor method of developing both questions and answers.

        1. Well, that’s most of what Hamlet was talking about, what is the question for us? And what does it mean to “be”? Are we limited to what Hamlet thought? BTW, Mike, welcome to cold fusion community. We have one rule here, same as Quora: Be Nice, Be Respectful. Thanks for your comment.

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