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Advice from Chesterton: Don’t Take Down the Fence until You Know Why It’s There - Stand to Reason Blog

Some sound advice from G.K. Chesterton:

In the matter of reforming things, as distinct from deforming them, there is one plain and simple principle; a principle which will probably be called a paradox. 133 more words


Belief & Disbelief & Burden of Proof. Oh My!

In this post I dive deeper into my thoughts about belief and disbelief. See how my conclusions reveal the atheist.org definition of Atheism to be self-contradicting nonsense. 686 more words

Anti-Vaxxers: A Rant

“Herd Immunity”: a sufficient number of people have been vaccinated thereby protecting those that can’t or haven’t been (leukaemia patients for example) in a community. Vaccinating oneself and children is not only scientifically proven to be safe and effective, but it is also doing a greater service to the community. 222 more words


Prosistency is wrong.

Why Prosistency?

What a strange name.

From time to time I have to explain to someone—in person—what the title is to my website. I cannot simply say “Prosistency” lest I receive a blank stare followed by a, “huh? 917 more words

The Truth Is Rational

John MacArthur sounds downright Clarkian when he writes that The Truth Is Rational.


Gates to FPGAs: TTL Electrical Properties

On the path to exploring complex logic, let’s discuss the electrical properties that digital logic signals are comprised of. While there are many types of digital signals, here we are talking about the more common voltage based single-ended signals and not the dual-conductor based differential signals. 877 more words


Being Illogical...

Logical thinking is often the right thing to do in all situations but logic in itself is relative. I have been reflecting on a lot of things in the past few weeks and once in a while I hear two conflicting voices regarding my choice of going for an MBA now as opposed to staying back. 688 more words