Theories and speculations

Empowering at-risk youth through skateboarding

A skateboarder does a grab trick in a bowl-shaped skate park. In the background is a watching crowd, palm trees, and the ocean.
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  • On crossing a road

    Probability seems a simple concept. We `are used to thinking about it when gambling, or playing games, or calling a dice. It’s easy to calculate, up to a point. You just divide the number of times something happens by the number of times it could happen, and multiply by 100 to arrive at a percentage. […]

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  • No binary?

    Quantum physics enables us to understand in a scientific way why there is not always an opposite. In western thought, mythology, and culture, opposites form the structure of understanding and belief. Binary thought is, in fact, such an ingrained habit that it is hard to conceptualise anything without conceiving at the same time of an […]

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  • How non-local are you?

    Relativity and quantum mechanics could sit very easily together if it wasn’t for the issue of locality. What does this mean? Relativity is based on the realisation that time is elastic. This just means that the further you are from the earth’s core the faster time moves. So time travels more quickly at the top […]

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Learn to skate

Skatepark welcomes youth of all ages and experience levels. Whether you’ve never been on a board before, or you can already do tricks, there’s a place for you and something to learn.

Make new friends

Skateboarding is a social sport! Come hang out and meet some new friends to cheer you on while you skate. We have a strict no-bullying policy and maintain a supportive environment.

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Skateboarding can teach people discipline, patience, and resiliency. It’s a great sport for kids with a lot of energy! We’ll help build up some structure and support in your life, all while you meet new people and have a ton of fun learning how to skateboard.

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