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It was the main logo of the televised shows Ebert co-hosted, first with the late Gene Siskel of the rival Chicago Tribune and — after Siskel's death.


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His death was announced by The Chicago Sun-Times, where he had worked for more than 40 years. No cause was specified, but he had.


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Legendary film critic Roger Ebert, who this week said he was facing a recurrence of cancer, has died at


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Film Critic Roger Ebert Dies at Age 70 After long battle with cancer, Pulitzer Prize hip fracture he sustained in December was actually caused by cancer, Ebert was first diagnosed with thyroid cancer in and then with.


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No, no, no, that's not gonna happen. This dialog still continues. My lifetime's memories are what I have brought home from the trip. I relate it to the horror of the hero of Poe's The Premature Burial. Through my wife, I have had stepchildren and grandchildren, and I love them unconditionally, which is the only kind of love worth bothering with. I will require them for eternity no more than that little souvenir of the Eiffel Tower I brought home from Paris. I have plans. If the scientists are correct, everything everywhere is, in some sense, the same thing, in the same place--or it might as well be. I had to defend what I believed. Me too, but I hope not. To be in your grave and know it! Cormac McCarthy will probably live longer than me. But certainly, some readers have informed me, it is a tragic and dreary business to go into death without faith. I have no quarrel with what anyone else subscribes to; everyone deals with these things in his own way, and I have no truths to impart. Ah, but I am told, the afterlife does not involve time at all. Life, science, belief, gods, evolution, intelligent design, the afterlife, reincarnation, the nature of reality, what came before the Big Bang, what waits after final entropy, the nature of intelligence, the reality of the self, death, death, death. Ask them, In the next 30 seconds? How sad if our freedom to think about the immensity of time and space could be defined by what someone informs us that we believe. I grant you that if the universe was Caused, there might have been a Causer. But you, my readers, have wanted to write about it. No one will read all the comments except me, but if you did, you could learn all a layman should be expected to understand about the quantum level. You have to start somewhere. That whole discussion has been forging ahead on one hand. You would have the mathematical theory of infinity explained so that, while you will still be unable to conceive of infinity, you will understand the thinking involved. That is in the nature of things. Eternity is only thinkable in a universe that contains time. I am comforted by Richard Dawkins' theory of memes. Time seems to move quickly or slowly, but it is time all the same; my wristwatch proves it. But it could happen this moment, while I am writing. Not, at least, in the God that most people mean when they say God. So do we all. When I read about the nature of life from Camus, the odds were that he would die sooner than me. Still, this blog has led me resolutely toward the contemplation of death. You would discover a defender of Intelligent Design so articulate that when he was away for a couple of days, the Darwinians began to fret and miss him. So within that reality, someday I will certainly die. All depends on what is believed in. They will all eventually die as well, but so it goes.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} In the beginning I found myself drawn toward writing about my life. I know a priest, a lovely man, whose eyes twinkle when he says, "You go about God's work in your way, and I'll go about it in His. They've proven it in their labs! I have no desire to live forever. I believe my wristwatch exists, and even when I am unconscious, it is ticking all the same. Half a million words. If I had but world enough, and time, I could spend time pondering a world without end. That, too, is small consolation. In that case, how can it be eternal? Everyone's life story is awaiting only the final page. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}It garnered comments following its publication on May 2nd, A special thanks to Facebook user Keith Shapiro for reminding us about this piece. It is too easy for others to pin one on me, and believe they understand me. You can't say it wasn't interesting. And there is Shakespeare, who came as close as any man to immortality. My opinions have been challenged. What if everything I was told that I was an atheist. I hope to be spared as much pain as possible on the approach path. I did some more reading. I don't feel that way. What I am grateful for is the gift of intelligence, and for life, love, wonder, and laughter. Or a deist. This has been an education for me. It is within these assumptions that I must live. When I began this blog I thought if there was one thing I'd never write about, it would be religion. All I can do is think with my mind. All I require of a religion is that it not insist I believe in it. I know it is coming, and I do not fear it, because I believe there is nothing on the other side of death to fear. I discovered fractals and Strange Attractors. I am still working on understanding myself. The thread beneath the evolution entry, posted Dec. Then I began writing on the subject of evolution, that most consoling of all the sciences, and was engulfed in an unforeseen discussion about God, the afterlife, and religion. I refused all labels. Thomas Wolfe, who wrote about a wind-grieved ghost, was already dead. How about this afternoon? After a lifetime of writing, teaching, broadcasting and happily torturing people with my jokes, I will leave behind more memes than many. What you're really asking them to admit is, Oh my God, I don't really exist and I might be gone at any given second. Perhaps I have been infertile. But that entity, or force, must by definition be outside space and time; beyond all categories of thought, or non-thought; transcending existence, or non-existence. What I expect will most probably happen is that my body will fail, my mind will cease to function, and that will be that. I was perfectly content before I was born, and I think of death as the same state. I wrote an entry about the way I believe in God, which is to say that I do not. What is the utility of arguing our "beliefs" about it? If I discover that somewhere along the way I conceived a child, let that child step forward and he or she will behold a happy man. Or an agnostic. Raised as a Roman Catholic, I internalized the social values of that faith and still hold most of them, even though its theology no longer persuades me. The concept frightens me. Even if everything everywhere is the same, I must eat an orange or I will die of scurvy. All I can be is who I seem to myself. This happens independently of time and space. I don't expect to die anytime soon. I wrote about that, too. In thousands of messages. I can only be where it seems that I am. On the other hand, we have been puzzling over quantum mechanics, which suggests the possibility of instantaneous communication between two entangled particles, even if they are at opposite ends of the universe not that the universe has ends. My genes will not live on, because I have had no children. I was talking the other day with Jim Toback, a friend of 35 years, and the conversation turned to our deaths, as it always does. I am 66, have had cancer, will die sooner than most of those reading this. In my plans for life after death, I say, again with Whitman:. What about the awesome possibility that there was no Cause? How did I find a group of readers with so many metaphysicians?