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My fondest memories

My fondest memories of my time with Bryan are our conversations involving the exploration of physics and the elements of the nature of things. Bryan would often ask me “are you still with me/” which I would then explain what he had just described adding to it what I understood the relevance of the physical characteristics prodding Bryan to continue his thought process. We enjoyed our conversations deeply on this topic and could spend hours engaged often realizing that the time had blown past us and other obligations were calling. It was funny to me that Bryan often expressed his wonder if I was still with him since he told me that most conversations he’d have in this regard would result in eyes glazed over and an absence of presence . I loved these conversations because like him I rarely could find people who were of the same mind and enjoyed the creative thinking and exploration of the relationships that physics have when it comes to the relationship of the inner workings of the systems on our planet and beyond. We often look past them because we operate within them naturally. Some of us stop to smell the roses and others stop to smell the physics….This I think was what was so appealing to Bryan. The fact that everything that we are surrounded by operates within quantifiable parameters and when broken down into its individual parts much like the atomic structure of a particle can be reassembled in its larger form having its parts resembling layers of patterns that shape its overall function, the relationship of its form characterized by viewpoint relative to distance as it relates to time, was fundamental to Bryan. I often forgot that he was just 25 years young and was amazed that he was exploring such mature topics. It’s no wonder that eyes were of a glaze. His mind and his willingness to allow the unbelievable to be within his grasp together with his insatiable drive to know the meaning of it all made Bryan such a beautiful individual. His creativity of thinking and his consciousness in observation is what I think allowed him to have such an incredible and poignant outlook. I can’t imagine what Bryan would have become if his lifetime was extended beyond his short 25 years. He was a brilliant mind and his work and ideas will live beyond his years. I love him and what we shared together….Thank you Bryan.
Posted by Greg Nickel
Tuesday July 2, 2013 at 12:09 am
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