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  1. Life as we know it, death as I know it

    by , 07-01-2015 at 04:50 AM (day in a life)
    I haven't written anything here in a really really long time. Mainly because I have been busy with school and life in general but also because I don't really like the fact that it is a place I talked about things I don't say outloud, I don't really want people around me to know what goes on in my head so this, at first, seemed like a place to get things out but fear of someone seeing it stopped me.

    I know some people have made small changes to their username, maybe I should check ...
  2. Unclear About Standards

    by , 06-25-2015 at 03:08 PM (Memories of the 28th Century)
    Increasingly over time I have noticed that people are less impressed by the difference between correct and incorrect, but the problem has become a serious problem in recent time. In former times there were criminals who made a living by ignoring standards, but in recent decades it has even gotten into elementary schools, where there seems to be little difference between correct and incorrect answers.

    Thatís a minor problem in elementary school, but it seems to have seeped into many ...
  3. Propaganda of the Climate Change Movement

    by , 06-22-2015 at 04:50 PM (Memories of the 28th Century)
    This isnít the first time, and it may not be the last time, but I am sick of the propaganda that is spewed out by climate change alarmists. I decided to look around for material that would turn my rant into something that would have wider appeal, and the article from is one such item. The article describes how the various techniques of poor logic have been used to frighten some people into believing the anthropogenic climate change story. There are plenty of examples of red-herrings, ...
  4. Funny News

    by , 06-16-2015 at 03:19 PM (Memories of the 28th Century)
    For a change there are some things in the news that are truly funny. That woman who has been masquerading as a Black person is funny. I probably shouldn't laugh much about this, and I havenít, because the idea of there being several races of humans was only dreamed up a few centuries ago, and there is no scientific justification for such definitions (Iíll bet the unscientific readers will complain about that comment).

    The actual facts are that there no races of humans, ...

    Updated 06-17-2015 at 02:27 PM by PeterL

  5. Natural Cull

    by , 06-09-2015 at 03:41 PM (Memories of the 28th Century)
    There seems to be an innate urge for young adults to do stupid things, and that may be an evolutionary tool. The urge to drive fast, drink in excess, etc. traditionally eliminated some of the most violent and stupidest people, and they enjoyed it. That may be a cold hearted way of looking at youthful folly, but evolution is cold-hearted. Over the long run, the fittest will survive more than the less fit, but there is a legitimate question as to whether human consciousness is messing with that through ...