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No Clone

No Clone

Despite what many profess to believe, humans are a social animal. We are an animal, a mammal, and our species survived because of our ancestors who learned to work in groups for their mutual benefit. 379 more words

Political

Weird Little Thing

I can’t really explain why odd little occurrences amuse me so much.  And I won’t even begin to attempt to go into too much detail here.   75 more words

Jon Crispin

Normal

Normal

Actually, we can accept the normalcy of participating in collective insanity. We can observe examples of it in a variety of forms all over the world. 419 more words

Superstition

Burden

Burden of Proof

To start with, proof gets defined around “evidence that convinces.” The burden of proof refers to whomever owns the onus. Onus, in turn, in this case, names the parties responsible for providing that evidence. 652 more words

Hedonism

Paraskavedekatriaphobia

Today is not a good day for paraskavedekatriaphobics –those who are afraid of Friday the 13th. Most paraskavedekatriaphobics don’t really know why they are afraid of this day. 378 more words

Rabbi Andrew Jacobs

Myths

Myths

Myths, a philosopher said, are necessary for human well-being and survival. When people believe the same myths, they think more alike and better understand one another. 197 more words

Belief