Posts Categorized: science

How does time end for humanity? Let’s assume the best case scenario, right?  We are able to continue our legacy as wanderers, hopping from planet to planet, solar system to system…. and I won’t even Continue Reading…

I felt the story was more about the earth, & this human moment in time, more than just the astronauts’ experience. More about our collective human condition – doomed in peril in space, doomed to die on earth, and coping with that in a way that compels us to survive.

The 4th Amendment doesn’t extend to 3rd party agreements. Privacy is a trick and diversion. Let’s talk about civil liberties before they’re gone, as well.

——–> Psychedelic experiences with the ultimate end of audiophilia http://www.theverge.com/2013/5/31/4379774/ecstasy-for-my-eardrums-tripping-through-the-psychedelia-million-dollar-hi-fi THAT Continue Reading…

The Economist is asking why people believe in nonsense. Well I will tell you:   Carl Sagan, Richard Feynman, and others have known it for years: We need to teach critical thought to young people, Continue Reading…

Let’s ask some questions. We are guinea pigs, at the first 1% of these powerful new technologies that have rapidly, exponentially, grabbed hold of our lives in the last 5 or 6 decades. In the last 10 Continue Reading…