Philosophy | The “I don’t know” of Agnosticism

  The “I don’t know” of Agnosticism ©2020 by Vernon Miles Kerr, vernonmileskerr.com As a scientist of sorts, (i.e. a Software Developer and Computer Systems-Integration Engineer) I can usually suppress any of my emotional-swings toward religiosity with a healthy dose of skepticism.  If there’s a “Show-me State” somewhere in the great-beyond, that’s where I came… Read More Philosophy | The “I don’t know” of Agnosticism

Travels | Boulder

Boulder © 2010, 2016, 2020 by Vernon Miles Kerr, vernonmileskerr.com   Quirky, busy little Boulder With its sprawling, yellow brick university And Nineteenth Centry business district, Spread out at the foot of the Flatirons. Those jutting stone slabs  seem to grow out of Boulder Not visa-versa. They  thrust upward beckoning the hikers, Promising untold vistas higher up… Read More Travels | Boulder

Travels | Tokyo

Tokyo ©2010,2016,2020 Vernon Miles Kerr, vernonmileskerr.com She is more than huge, she is blatantly contradictory. She’s American-ish, but Japanesey; Familiar but exotic; Traditional but wildly avant garde.; Savoring but guzzling; Giddily young but staidly elderly. Near Shinjuku station it’s girls in blue jeans And tiny kimono-clad matrons popping into Starbucks. This immigrant from Seattle sits… Read More Travels | Tokyo