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Get a Grip! - A pessimistic rant

The inbuilt faculty of rationale is the only sensor we humans have to gauge the overall justice that guides the world we live in. Lately my pessimism towards the affairs of the world has been growing as I notice more and more people offering their logic with contradictions and on the other hand people legitimizing such contradictions. 1,009 more words

Black Sheep

It’s disappointing to lose a bit of respect for a family member, when my hope against the dreaded contrary is beginning to erode. It is now more evident than before that a certain type of people only apply a certain type of skepticism on inexplicable things. 502 more words

Atheism & Freethought

Gotta let that thought mature.

I’ve come to a new conclusion, at least for me. Probably many people have come to this conclusion before, and I was just a bit late getting to the party. 166 more words


The Power of Your Subconscious

Lately I have been learning more about the subconscious and what it really is. “Subconscious” has been one of those words for me that would be thrown around, without really having a significant meaning or understanding to it. 1,112 more words

Feminism and the Atheist Community

There seems to be some mudslinging happening against Feminism on the part of the male (and some female) Atheists in the Atheist Community–particularly those prominent on YouTube. 646 more words


Common Patterns of Thinking : A Subjective-Rational Analysis

Modern Neuroscience has had great success in the analysis of the anatomical and physical bases of learning and memory. We make rational judgements based on the information stored in our brains. 880 more words

Complexity, drivers and modulators in life and the law

This video is fascinating for a host of reasons. In particular, it illustrates a concept that is critical in my continuing series of posts about the legal ecosystem. 1,398 more words