Monthly Archives: March 2018

Do Our Opinions Matter?

Princeton recently did a research study, looking at public support for a particular government policy and whether or not it becomes a law. What did they find?  Pretty much what you’d expect.  There is absolutely no correlation between what we … Continue reading

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Stephen Hawking Dies

I’m sure everyone has heard by now, but Stephen Hawking died just a few days ago. In a recent post I mentioned that I’m not good with dealing with change.  I hate watching everyone get old and die.  I really … Continue reading

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Mind At Large

In a recent post I shared Aldous Huxley’s viewpoint that the brain does not produce consciousness but it instead acts as a filter.  He believed that our minds are actually aware of far more that’s going on in the universe … Continue reading

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What I’ve Learned From Weight Lifting

Have you guys ever had some situation in life, some obstacle, some state of affairs that has always bothered you, but things have been that way for so long that you’ve just come to accept that as the way it … Continue reading

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Show Them A Better Way

As I get older and am more experienced in this world, I feel like one of the most important things we’re all supposed to do is show people a better way.  I’m not saying to be pompous and arrogant, thinking … Continue reading

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