'The future is too interesting and dangerous to be entrusted to any predictable, reliable agency. We need all the fallibility we can get. Most of all, we need to preserve the absolute unpredictability and total improbability of our connected minds. That way we can keep open all the options, as we have in the past.' -Lewis Thomas, The Lives of a Cell
The incel movement has been tied to many mass shootings. Is their community, their frame of mind, similar to that of a drug addict, depression, or obesity?
Moving away from the constant burnouts, additional stresses, and fighting over meaningless subjects. Back into gaming and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
With the concentration on mass shootings in the United States, I think we forget that it is our cultural issue with violence itself.
Human nature is full of paradox. Which is what makes it so hard to find order and stability. Is there any answer at all to how we should govern ourselves?
Video game reviews today are long essays and diatribes that are written like something guided by an Olympic judge handbook.
Darryl W. Perry of Free Keene showed hints of ideological progress. However, he still using heuristics as weapons against his opponents. Will he ditch the cult?
Discovering Bigfoot, written, directed and produced by Todd Standing is one of 2017's top cringe worthy films. Although not as bad as Tommy Wiesau's
Science shows that a genetic predisposition towards obesity has no significant effect on weight management. In fact, it has everything to do with diet.
Studies have found that audio is more persuasive for arguments than text. Even being in person is more persuasive than that.
Understanding Jordan Peterson's problem with postmodernism doesn't make sense at first glance. But he has a legitimate bone to pick.