The Brownian Motion Hypothesis of Social Behavior

We are all particles of mind bouncing around in the container that is our Society

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Brownian motion is a natural phenomenon described by physicists including Albert Einstein. Particles of various sizes contained within a fixed structure at fixed temperature, pressure, and stimuli bounce off each other in patterns that become…




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Teresa D Hawkes, Ph.D.

Teresa D Hawkes, Ph.D.

Eat.This.Rights.Dust! A Warren Democrat. A scientist. A poet. A mother.

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