Category Archives for "Philosophy"

Animal Rights

If we say that humans have rights, then we can say that animals have rights because when a human mistreats an animal, then that human will have caused himself to be likely to mistreat humans. He will probably have changed his psychology – and possibly his brain chemistry. He will have thus made himself […]


If Police are Above the Law …

If the cops are above the law, then they are outside the law; and if they are outside the law, then they are outlaws. This was inspired by the latest police abuse, which happens to also demonstrate the incompetence of government schools as well. This cop clearly feels untouchable even though every kid in every […]


The Golden Rule

The Golden Rule is usually articulated as “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” The world would certainly be a happy, healthy, productive place if everyone followed the Golden Rule, and yet some misrepresent it. For example, the masochist would have people beat him, so does the Golden Rule mean he […]


How To Win

A coward dies a thousand deaths. A hero dies but once. How can a man die better Than facing fearful odds, For the future of our children, And their freedom from our gods. Does it profit a man to gain the world … And lose his very soul? The world … is not enough. Embrace […]


Predicting the Leaf

Is everything in the universe predetermined (predictable in theory) – like in a computer program? Consider that all possible physical actions, whether atomic, subatomic, quantum, mechanical, electromagnetic, etc. are reactions. Let’s emphasize that all physical actions are re-actions, and thus, hasn’t every physical reaction been predetermined? Suppose the workings of the human brain were nothing […]


Science Explained

Science is about as misunderstood as any idea can be. For example, most people today cannot even distinguish science from non-science, and this is no accident. Science tends to distribute power widely among us, and thus those who already have power are the natural enemies of science. Science also tends to cause change, and […]