Monthly Archives: July 2011

Different Sizes Of Infinity

There’s probably no better way to spend your weekend than pondering infinity with Georg Cantor.  Everybody loves number theory, don’t they?  Might be a physicist thing, I don’t know.  I enjoy thinking about infinity.  Speaking of which, do you know … Continue reading

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The Magical World Of Our Neocortex

I’ve been learning a lot about the neocortex lately, and have come across some really fascinating information that I’d like to share. What if I were to tell you I could turn your tongue into a third eye?  Sound bizarre?  … Continue reading

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Thinking For Yourself

As I’ve had this blog over the years, I’ve always shared my beliefs, and told what I really thought about things.  When I look back at my old blog posts, I’m embarrassed.  I’ve said some stupid things, and the farther … Continue reading

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A Look Into The Republican Frontrunners

Tonight I’ve been trying to study neuroscience, in particular our language systems, but I’m unable to concentrate.  My mind is just rushing all over the place.  I want to scream, but there’s nobody to scream to, so I’ll scream here … Continue reading

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Christians Need Us All To Eventually Die

The other day I was speaking with my father, who, as many of you already know, is a pastor of a protestant church.  Somehow we got to speaking about medicine and recent advances in technology, and I began telling him … Continue reading

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