March 14 is an informational pulse around here.
That day, which is Pi Day and Dr. Albert Einstein’s birthday, is when I publish my latest revision of my yearly post regarding Reality Waveform Theory — the genuine theory of everything, nothing, and the basics of something.
A bit of a mad scramble this year due to common overwhelm (yes, I just learned that overwhelm can be a noun), a solid amount of editing has taken place, so is likely worthy of a reread where applicable.
That said, frankness demands that I express a bit of a concern with respect to finalizing this year’s revision for optimal informational polish by that publishing date.
I needed to post this heads up for proper preparation, but only the next few days will tell whether or not I publish a complete-feeling revision (kind of like whether or not an annually released sports video game is bug-free).
If you want to wait until the next annual pulse in 2022 (assuming society does not collapse by then), then I cannot blame you.
However, there is a lot of informative (including updated) content this year, and I believe that you will not be disappointed, even if there are still some rough literary edges (some informational bugs) to be worked out beyond this looming Pi Day. ✌️