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A Few Reflections On Quantum Mechanics

Sunday, July 25th, 2010

For the past year or so I’ve been studying quantum mechanics.  It’s definitely not an easy subject to understand.  In fact, I’m inclined to think, epistemologically speaking, that it may well be impossible to understand with the brain evolution has given us.  But what’s irritating to me is how quantum mechanics is interpreted by so […]

Big Brother And The Shadow Government

Monday, July 19th, 2010

I just read one of the most terrifying articles I’ve seen in a long time.  Personally, I’m a lot more scared of our shadow government than the terrorists in the Middle East. If you’re like most people you’re probably thinking, shadow government?  What is that?  I don’t claim to know it all, but just by […]

U.S. – An Empire In Decline

Saturday, July 17th, 2010

It’s nice when you’re not alone in your opinion. It seems Harvard professor Niall Ferguson sees the world about the same way I do, at least on economic issues.  He is a historian with his primary emphasis directed on economic and financial affairs.  When he wrote for Newsweek back in 2009 he said: Now, who […]

We All Love Lindsay Lohan!

Friday, July 16th, 2010

There’s few things as fascinating as the life of Lindsay Lohan.  Whether she’s drunk crashing her car into the side of your house, snorting cocaine and passed out in your backyard, or found in your local strip club sliding up and down the pole, Lindsay Lohan is sure to make front page news! I don’t […]

The Division Of Labor And Specialization

Thursday, July 15th, 2010

These are some comments I made to a paper Mr. Andre Gaudwin wrote.  You can find a link to the original paper here. Andre, Your paper talks about the dangers our society faces as we specialize further and further and lose sight of the big picture. Quoting you directly: “In the late 60s I became […]

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