About the White Rabbit


I, the White Rabbit, am a keeper of places, melodies, memories and all things interesting, appearing here in the my lair.

I dabble in Chaos Theory and blog the occasional rant of discontent.

Welcome and hello!

The Lorenz attractor is an example of a non-li...

The Lorenz attractor is an example of a non-linear dynamical system. Studying this system helped give rise to Chaos theory. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Disclaimer: Please be aware that I will not be held liable for anything appearing on this blog (visual or text) since all is for entertainment purposes only and since you are here through your own free will.  Some postings were created entirely by me and others are used fairly for entertainment purposes only. This blog does not replace professional help nor does it claim to do so. I think that about covers my arse.

Warning: Copyright laws apply to all posts on this blog. All rights reserved, 2014.

White rabbit trumpet

White rabbit trumpet (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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  1. kcg1974 says:

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  6. Sheila says:

    Thank you for following! I’m always happy to find writers and nature lovers out there. I love that you also dabble in chaos theory.

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  11. charlypriest says:

    I like that you dabble in the chaos theory and that you won´t be held accountable for the contents of the blog since we are here on our free will. I´m sure glad you passed by my crazy un paid blog now I have found you…..that sunds a bit creepy.

    You´re job description entails a hole bunch of things. Probably would nee your help from all of them.

    Stay Frosty gent.

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    • Hmmm…in Chaos Theory there are no coincidences…although all seems random there is organized order going on. I’m glad you stopped by my unpaid blog–although it appears I’m getting paid, I am not. Have received nothing although I paid to get bigger letters but don’t think I’m getting it. Don’t remember how much–about 18.00 for the year, I think. I’ll remember its time to hit me again. Listen, I am Mad as a Hatter although I call myself the White Rabbit so what’s creepier than that? 😀 About my job descriptions, more like what I do…a self-published and self-promoting artist trying to stay afloat and adrift but loving every challenging minute of it. Let me know what you need help. Appreciate the interaction. Stay Frosty also!

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  12. Gede Prama says:

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  14. MaldivesDreamer says:

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    All the best, Irene

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  15. marcus says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog, it brought me to yours. Great design, theme, love the magical feeling. Looking forward to exploring more.
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  16. MaldivesDreamer says:

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  17. steven1111 says:

    Greetings again, friend! I’d like to thank you for commenting, liking or following my blog. As such I want to nominate you for the Dragon’s Loyalty Award. Please go to this site: http://gardeningingreenwood.wordpress.com/2013/12/30/the-dragons-loyalty-award/ to read the rules and decide if you want to accept it or not. It’s your choice and I hope you will, but it’s up to you. Mostly I want you to know that I appreciate your loyalty to me and my writing. Thank you so much!
    Steve

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    • hakesplace says:

      Greetings again, Steve! And, thank you so much–wow! Dragon’s Loyalty! That is amazing. What an exciting award for the end of 2013. I accept with much gratitude! Let me begin the process. Steve, wishing you and yours a very healthy and inspiring 2014. Best wishes throughout the New Year and always! 😀

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  18. Thank you for your visit! I enjoyed that post on White Trash…I never knew that expression but I am more exposed to French language, so many american expressions i had not heard until 15 years ago in an English province. I must write about that…I was shocked when I heard it.

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    • hakesplace says:

      Hello! You are very welcomed and thank you for your visit. I’m glad you enjoyed the post. Yes. There are many American expressions and dialects just as with any language. French is a language I’ve been trying to learn for over 20 years but without practice, it is impossible! See you soon and Happy New Year! 😀

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  19. steven1111 says:

    Congratulations! I have just nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award. Please go to my link here to accept the Award: http://gardeningingreenwood.wordpress.com/2013/11/27/the-very-inspiring-blogger-award/.
    Good job!,
    Steve

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  20. melanie says:

    Bonjour & thank you for dropping by my posts! 🙂 My very best, have a great day and friendly greetings from Toulouse, France, “old Europe”… Mélanie
    http://myvirtualplayground.wordpress.com/

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  21. hi hakesplace, i just thought i’d visit a bit to thank you for liking my poetry today, encouragement is always really appreciated. i hope you have a wonderful day, peace..

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  22. mcsirishart says:

    Hi, I nominated you for the Sunshine Award! It’s awarded to bloggers who “light up the dark corners of our minds” and “positively and creatively inspire others in the blogoshphere”
    You can follow through at this http://mcsirishart.wordpress.com/2013/08/19/sunshine-awards/
    Thanks for the joy!

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  23. Hi there, “Voiceless”,

    I nominated your blog for a Liebster Award today. The details are here: http://happilywriting.com/2013/04/20/the-liebster-award/

    Whether or not you want to “play along”, I want to take this time to let you know how much I enjoy your posts. I wish you an abundance of new ideas and many followers to let you know your talents and web-presence are appreciated!

    Ramona

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    • hakesplace says:

      Ramona, Thank you much! I truly appreciate your comments–and wishes! About the liebster award, I believe that is for those who have less than 200 followers. Thank you though! 🙂 You made my day!!!!

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  24. Hi there, Thanks for the follow, hope you enjoy the posts. Thats one cool blog you have there, I look forward to checking it out

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  25. As one of my beloved followers, I would like to extend my sincere thanks and gratitude by sharing with you my exciting news of becoming a newly published author! And, of course, I wanted you to be among the very first to get a chance to read the rest of my debut novel, The Legacy of Blood, now available in e-book format.

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  26. Herman says:

    Thank you for following HoB. Much appreciated! I’ll be hanging around here…

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  27. Elaine says:

    I nominated you for the Liebster Blogger Award! http://wp.me/p2tQjb-bK Cheers!

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    I wanted to give an u an award u can upload it from my post and put it on ur page 🙂 then pass it on to 11 more people u like!

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  29. monadsamadhi says:

    Thank u! Actually my blog is a mess right now, I’m in the middle of a gnostic mess trying to make sense of it all. I wanted to write about the divine monad since there isn’t much information on it, and I wanted to write about creation and how it all happened but then researching it I came across the fact that evil may have had a lot to do with it and maybe we r in some deep doodoo, I don’t know. Maybe I will just make the blog a diary of what I’m studying and see how that turns out. I really like ur sidebars on ur blog they r awesome! 🙂

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    • hakesplace says:

      What you have discovered is also found in the Vedas, evil being the destructive force of Maya–something like that. The deep doodoo is that the more you try to release yourself from the web of Maya, the more you become entangled. You have my attention–I’m so looking forward to reading your material or diary–both would be great. A diary with facts, maybe? Thanks about the sidebars. 🙂

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  30. monadsamadhi says:

    Yay! U r my first follower. Thank u! I really love ur blog, so creative, so much eye candy!:-)

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    • hakesplace says:

      A pleasure to meet you! I’m honored to be your first follower, and you are very welcomed! 🙂
      I found the theme, tone and direction of your blog very interesting and am looking forward to more postings. 😀

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  31. fgassette says:

    Welcome! Thank you for subscribing to follow my blog. I hope you are encouraged, inspired and enjoy the photos I take of life’s events as seen through the lens of my camera.
    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

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  32. Illana, thank you for visiting and following my blog today. The name of your blog brought to mind one of my favourite songs from the 60’s by Jefferson Airplane called White Rabbit. I look forward to following your journey which seems very eclectic. I don’t think we can really understand chaos theory and quantum physics.

    Take care,

    Ivon

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    • hakesplace says:

      Ivon,
      You are very welcomed. It was my pleasure to do so. Ha. I had forgotten about hat song. You are correct, my journey is eclectic–little bit from here and there–what works the best. About chaos theory and quantum–they say that if you claim to have understood it, you really have not. 😀 Warm wishes!

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  34. steven1111 says:

    You sound like a fascinating person. I can relate to the outgoing personality who finds their greatest peace in being alone. I found I was an extrovert at work in a busy non profit I ran and and an introvert on the same test when I was at home with my plants and intimate space. I think there are many of us like this. Thank you for liking my post and for re-blogging it and following my blog. I appreciate the feedback as I always wonder if anyone else sees life as I do with regards to Chaos Theory and illness, and many other of life’s mysteries. I have a simplified view I know, and read your other re-blog about Chaos Theory which is so much more academically accurate. I can’t talk like that about it but I do find it useful to live my life.
    All the best to you,
    Steve

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    • hakesplace says:

      Thank you Steve. To me, both the individual and the whole are sacred to the person, meaning, both are necessary to feel or be whole. It’s more complex than that but…. Although I cannot call myself an expert, I call myself a Chaos Theorist. As it relates to illness, there is so much there to discover. Great to meet you and looking forward to more blog posts! 😀

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  35. ldaffin says:

    Thanks for your visit and follow; all the best!

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  36. Thanks for the like and the follow.

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  37. toad (chris jensen) says:

    12/6/12 9:26 AM

    Thank you, for dropping by thisoldtoad.com

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  38. scillagrace says:

    I resonate with the Phi Beta Kappa honor (yup, I got that, too) and the difficulty in teaching at the college level as my daughter was just told by her grad school adviser that “you have to be psychotic to go into academia”. She finally concurred and decided to get off the track.

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    • hakesplace says:

      Hi there! This is not a good time for academia or education. I think it is best to wait until all the dust settles. I’m older so I don’t know if I will be around when it does settle. Hopefully, your daughter will. It was a learning experience for me. Good to hear from you.

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  39. Ganesh says:

    Nice and wonderful blog, Hakes! Thanks for following “Known is a drop, Unknown is an Ocean”.

    You are the 500th follower of the blog, so very special thanks… 🙂

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  40. Madoqua says:

    Thanks so much for visiting my blog and following it! I am having a wonderful time exploring yours, there is a lot here to read and enjoy!

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  41. Rich Green says:

    Appreciate you stopping by my blog and liking several posts. Best to you.

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  42. Shell- Belle says:

    Thank you for checking out my blog, I look forward to perusing yours! Have a great day 🙂

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  43. goldennuggetde says:

    Hello Iliana,
    I really appreciate Your writing. And that You also have recognized that education has nothing in common with real living or truth.
    You mentioned quantum physics. I have studied physics but didn’t really step into quantum physics. But one thing I remember best:
    One thin like how Werner Heisenberg puts it:
    “You can’t determine anything arbitrarily exact. Or in other words: nothing is really determinable. Everything is always in motion. There are no real limits.”

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    • hakesplace says:

      Hi there goldennugget! Thank you so much for your kind words about my writing. Education at this point needs to get back in the hands of educators. As you probably know, administrators and ceo’s (business people) run the show now. These are two different worlds–one stems from the search for truth and the other for the search for $$$$$-profits. All is a process–nothing is static. Have you dipped your toes into Chaos Theory? Thanks again and hope to hear from you again? 🙂

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  44. Thank you for coming by my blog…it was a good way to find yours! (Hey–nice theme: Grayzed.) I’m enjoying the diversity of the pieces you are sharing here.

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  45. Thanks for following my blog. Love your philosophy about your blog and life being a process. That is my mantra.

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  46. Hi, thanks for popping by my blog. I’m also new to WP and still figuring everything out so please bear with me through the inevitable ups and downs as I rewrite, mess up and accidentally delete my posts!!! I look forward to following your blog – it all sounds extremely interesting! Px

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  47. Hi! Thank you so much for reblogging my post!

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  48. Thanks for stopping by, following and the mention on your site! I really appreciate it!

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  49. Thank you for stopping by my blog and following. Will be following yours as well. Have a great weekend!

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  50. You also are very special! 🙂

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  51. waji2 says:

    thanks for following my blog. you have got awesome blog. keep visiting 🙂

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  52. Tracy Abell says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog. I’m happy to return the Follow and learn more about you.

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  53. 2ndhalfolife says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and following…will return the favor! 🙂

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  54. Hi there! Like your blog and I appreciate your reblogging mine. Midlife crisis is a sort of rebirth, don’t cha’ think? It’s an opportunity to grow into who you should have been all along….

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    • hakesplace says:

      Hello! I like your blog also. 🙂
      I only reblog those posts that move something within me. And, I totally agree–midlife crisis is a sort of rebirth as both times I have gone through mine–one at 40 and one now at 50–I feel as though reborn! It is as you say, the process continues to push you to what you should have been all along! Keep in touch…Iliana

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  55. Your comment on my post caught my attention. I’ve read the about page and so far you have my interest. btw I liked the music on the video 🙂 Its my kind of thing!

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  56. Iamrcc says:

    Thanks for visiting and the like of my post “Cabbage Anyone?”

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  57. summerteifi says:

    thanks for reblogging! appreciate it. Love. X

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  58. Thank you for stopping by my blog. I really appreciate it. I am glad and utterly flattered that you found my latest post moving. Thank you. 🙂

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  59. mv71 says:

    thanks for visiting my site and the re-blog…btw i’m originally from miami

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  60. Hope you enjoy blogging as much as I do, “Voiceless” (not). And I can relate to where you’re coming from on several levels. To quote you: “I’m an unusual person who loves people but loves her privacy…enjoy reading, researching, writing, hiking and travelling…searching, finding, and re-organizing…” Thanks for your visit to my fledgling hopeful blog and I look forward to more of your posts.

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    • Hi there skyblueseagreen! You picked up on my ironic title for my blog–Voiceless is really not! 🙂 I’ll tell you the irony: I’m able to write out my thoughts but am not able to verbally express them due to a disorder. In person, I’m quite Voiceless and when I do open up my mouth, I end up sounding and looking like an idiot. I’m so glad you are resonating with me. Another purpose of this blog was to attract those who are like-minded. I look forward to visiting your blog! 🙂

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    • Hi there skyblueseagreen! You picked up on my ironic title for my blog–Voiceless is really not! 🙂 I’ll tell you the irony: I’m able to write out my thoughts but am not able to verbally express them due to a disorder. In person, I’m quite Voiceless and when I do open up my mouth, I end up sounding and looking like an idiot. I’m so glad you are resonating with me. Another purpose of this blog was to attract those who are like-minded. I look forward to visiting your blog! 🙂 Did you change the name of your blog?

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  61. setyourtheartfree says:

    Thanks for reblogging! I’m glad my posting caught your attention 🙂

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  62. VoxRev says:

    Hey. Thanks for stopping by. I see you’ve reblogged one of my pieces. I feel honored. Cool blog, by the way. 🙂

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  63. MisBehaved Woman says:

    Happy Monday! You’ve been given a Liebster Award for blogging…
    http://misbehavedwoman.wordpress.com/2012/08/21/liebster-awarding-kind-of-monday/

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  64. gnatseyeview says:

    Thanks for visiting my site and following it. I wish you Love, Joy, Peace, and Light…I used to chant these words repeatedly when my mind was in hell and I couldn’t sleep.

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  65. julienmatei says:

    You say:
    “I have been an alien–never feeling part of anything or anyone.”

    I feel the same. You see…I am open to state a truth, not playing strong and “perfect”

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  66. janoel17 says:

    Hi! Thanks for dropping by my post and following my blog! And you’re my 10th folllower..hahaha..it’s kinda lame but I’m proud of that. Haha.

    Thanks anyway and all the best for you blog, your world and your life!

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  67. Thanks for the visit and the follow! Wishing you all Love & Light and may all your dreams come true 🙂 “The mind cannot think if it is not already exist!” – Bashar

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