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Obama's Legacy

We are living it now. This, the Obama “legacy.” The world that Obama left us following his presidency can be described in a single word – horrific. 401 more words


Mother Nature

“Nature will bear the closest inspection. She invites us to lay our eye level +with her smallest leaf, and take an insect view of its plain.” 1,240 more words


America at War

America is entering into her second Civil War, as capable of ripping her apart as the first. The warring armies have set their agendas, uber-liberalism versus ultra-conservatism. 544 more words

Another Work in Progress

Unfortunately in my life, as I’m certain in many other people’s, I have had many insults tossed at me for one thing or another. I have felt guilt, shame, anger and too many other emotions to list. 700 more words

Random Thoughts

Death of Common Sense

Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense, who has been with us for many years. No one knows for sure how old he was, since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape. 341 more words


Correlation versus Causation

For those not familiar with the terms:

  • Correlation is a statistical measure of the degree to which two variables are related. This relationship is measured by the correlation coefficient that postulates that a coefficient greater than 0.70 indicates a high relationship…
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Why Bismarck couldn't have been French? 

Besides zeitgeist, there is a certain pervading spirit of the terrain, which sprouts and supports certain traits in human beings. A flamboyant Napoleon who could sway the crowds and the ragtag militia, the spillover vain men of the French Revolution, into a military command was possible in France, but the same French terrain couldn’t have supported Otto Von Bismarck, as French terrain would support brilliance and flashiness at the cost of fundamental structuralism. 356 more words

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