Archive for September, 2012

Are Droids Taking Our Jobs?

Tuesday, September 25th, 2012

I firmly believe that the next one hundred years are going to be rough on the human race.  I worry that more and more people are going to be displaced by technology and our society and institutions are not going to adapt quickly enough.  When I mention this to people, they tend to tell me, […]

The Real Mitt Romney

Wednesday, September 19th, 2012

Recently a campaign donor smuggled a camera into a fundraiser and got footage of Mitt Romney speaking openly and candidly with those there.  I’ve posted the full, unedited video below. After watching the videos in full, it’s interesting to watch Youtubers, primarily liberals, take short clips from this out of context.  For example, they’ll take […]

Will Things Get Better?

Friday, September 14th, 2012

The other day I wrote a post about my feelings toward pain and suffering, and how we suffer in this life because we’re stupid.  We have sickness and disease because we don’t know how to fix our bodies.  We have poverty and starvation because we don’t know how to control our environment or properly manage […]

Electromagnetic Simulations

Monday, September 10th, 2012

I like to at least post something once a week, but I’ve been a bit occupied lately.  I suppose I could be sharing my latest philosophical thoughts, or ranting on about politics, but for the past few weeks I’ve mainly been studying numerical methods for simulating electromagnetic radiation and have been building some really neat […]

I Hate Politics But I Love Clint Eastwood

Saturday, September 1st, 2012

It’s been a while since I’ve watched a Republican National Convention.  I get tired of hearing each politician tell us their life story, “My family grew up poor, and though they never amounted to much, they believed in me.  They taught me that nothing is more important than family and faith.  In America, anything can […]