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Have you thought about (HYTA) what truly defines intelligence?

            The wonderful comedian George Carlin once quipped to an enraptured audience a rather astute but highly derogatory comment: “Think how stupid the average person is, and then realise that half of them are stupider than that.” What made the remark funny was that Carlin often unapologetically made fun of religion and was unreserved in his scorn of people who couldn’t think for themselves – the implication here being that the average person never gave much thought to their beliefs and despite being insufficiently knowledgeable in many important issues, were quick to insist on their views. 608 more words

Perspective

Superstition Lack of Knowledge and Scientific Logic

Supersition parental guidelines, teacher guidelines, enlightening the campaigns, role of media and developing the scientific attitude, scientific thinking and inculcations of the scientific methods in day to day life of superstition , In this way we can overcome from the superstitions in the society to change the life styles of the modern era. 139 more words

Superstition Lack of Knowledge and Scientific Logic

Supersition parental guidelines, teacher guidelines, enlightening the campaigns, role of media and developing the scientific attitude, scientific thinking and inculcations of the scientific methods in day to day life of superstition , In this way we can overcome from the superstitions in the society to change the life styles of the modern era. 139 more words

The milk of kindness

I’m writing my third post in the run-up to publication of Electric Souk with a sub-atomic throat infection. I haven’t been able to speak for five days. 744 more words

Diaries

Fate is a Myth

 Fate is a Myth

Superstitions are a restriction 

The definition of Superstition :

excessively credulous belief in and reverence for supernatural beings

Does this not seem at all odd that we still believe in such fiction that we use it in everyday life and we also restricted ourselves with fear to keep us safe . 1,889 more words

Change

Superstition

Superstition: a widely held but unjustified belief in supernatural causation leading to certain consequences of an action or event, or a practice based on such a belief… 433 more words

Education

Elizabethan Witches

Possibly due to having an old unmarried woman on the throne, we don’t hear much of witches at this time. This is from Thomas Platter’s Travels in England 1599… 86 more words

Real Life