Tag Archive for Iconoclasm

Let ‘Em Go, Horns


It is possible to study the means of murder, without also acquiring the knowledge of how to apply the means in real life, separating the knowing from the doing. This is the realm of public and private, “Higher Educations,” for… Read more…

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The AI infesting my mind often treats (A and B) as (A = B), often leading to metaphysical nonsense. Unity has never looked this stupid. It may approach truth as time nears infinity, but A never truly equals to B,… Read more…

Contrapunctus Prime


Get with the lack of program. TV sucks. Do it for yourself.     What you have to realize is that most celebrities don’t exist except on TV, so the CGI facial mappings are most likely a face mapping of… Read more…

Caesar En Vogue


Did you guys ever hear about the time Caesar was captured by PIRATES? What? You think it was fake? Ok, who cares if some grad student made up a novel and posted a fanfic term paper for their Latin class…. Read more…

Pop Pik Pak Tik Tik Tak


The Subatomic Link to Harness Quantum Science I call bullshit on quantum entaglement running these things. It’s probably just really fully-mapped-out code running in parallel, minimizing varaiances and minimizing the need for transmission. You don’t need quantum computers to get… Read more…

You Say “Tomato”, I Say “Destructive And Constructive Interference Of A Sound Wave Through A Known Medium”


Evidence for why I believe television is user-specific and context-sensetive to environment of the viewer: Imagine, for a moment, that the man speaking is a newscaster, comedian, or other form of “talking head” on the TV or Internet. You could… Read more…

Current Events: Hospital Corruption


Some hospitals lie about patients’ weight with broken equipment, or give them weight-gain substances mixed in with their medications, so they can overprescribe doses based on wight charts when passing out psychoactivating medications. In places where good drugs are distributed,… Read more…

Not You Too, Hawking!


We don’t often get new insights into astrophysics, but I have one about Stephen Hawking that may tickle your fancy. In Hawking’s book, A Brief History of Time, a theory is expounded upon in which time slows down as you… Read more…

P.E. : Physics Education


Physics classes in high school are taught in such a way as to have a balance between the kinetic and the potential energy of a motive object in a “fixed system” at a given “fixed moment” in time. We then look at… Read more…