Monthly Archives: March 2011

Morality As A Bottom-Up Process

I just finished listening to a very interesting social psychology lecture. Fortunately, I am able to embed it so I will post it up for all of you here on my site as well.  The professor is Dr. Jonathan Haidt, … Continue reading

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The Effects Of NAFTA

NAFTA is a major contributor to our current economic problems.  It came into effect in January 1994, allowing our corporations to move themselves to foreign countries like Mexico and exploit cheap labor.  Millions of jobs have left the country. The … Continue reading

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Ode To The Brain

A new Symphony Of Science video is out.  This one’s about the brain.

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What Is Truth?

It’s been quite a while since I’ve written a philosophical post, and tonight I decided to write down my current thoughts about the nature of truth and knowledge.  So, let’s get right to it – what is truth? This may … Continue reading

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Bill O’Reilly and God

Several months ago we all heard Bill O’Reilly offer his proof for the existence of God by simply stating, “the tides go in, the tides go out, never a miscommunication.” I had completely forgotten about this until just earlier today … Continue reading

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