To the human being, our world seems to be divided into two hemispheres: the physical and the mental. However, the nature of this division is foreign to us, even after the rise and fall of several civilizations from which we can draw experience. We still are unsure as to how such a division can exist. [...]
Posts from ‘March, 2010’
At some point, when the noise to gain ratio is so heavily on the noise side of the scale, for us fallible humans, gain discernment becomes impossible.
Internet “debaters” are quick to mention that correlation is not causation — when it favors their case. But when it doesn’t, they’re quick to make a claim they cannot: that out of all the possibilities, the one they pick is the sole cause. Usually, they’ve confused cause and effect, because a cause sets in motion [...]
Decay permeates the known universe, but brief sparks of energy and life dance within its embrace.
The Tea Party may end up being the most interesting political movement of our time. I say this because I agree with its critics: it has no idea where it’s going or what it wants, but it’s slowly coming together to recognize what it is. Like Sarah Palin, it’s popular with a specific group, with [...]
People seem to frequently get this wrong, especially when discussing Barack Obama, who is neither fascist nor national socialist, although he is tied to nationalism (Black Liberation Theology) and socialism through the mainstream American Left. Fascism Fascism believes in uniting a civilization through nationalism, authoritarian politics, and corporatism socialism. Benito Mussolini – What is Fascism? [...]