Tag Archive for Philosophy

It Was Nothing


What if power derived from electrical energy and other physical sources is the absence of life and existence? We all know life is constantly using energy to sustain itself – So maybe those little molecules, atoms, and subatomic particles we… Read more…

Gibs and Greif!


What if recent intimations in society regarding the holographic nature of the universe, and the idea that life is a virtualization are merely outgrowths of the 3D video game industry’s success in mastering the nature of reality into mechanical simile?… Read more…

In the Throes of Ennui


With the reliability of perceptions in doubt, seeing as any impressions within a person’s being can be fabricated by an external party, I resultantly find that the core of my intellectual framework is void of the ability to undergo environmental conditioning any… Read more…

Inherent Virtue


In his dialogue with Laches, Socrates attempts to overcome a pedagogical dillema. He is asked by a friend to train a student in the finer points of virtue. But can someone really teach another person to be virtuous? Socrates makes… Read more…

Geometry is Flippin’ Sweet


Using necessity and universality to explain the physical world can be problematic.  Universality is founded on an individual’s experiences over multiple instances.  For example, a naturalist may observe a colony of squirrels on multiple occasions.  Each time the squirrels are… Read more…

Irrational Numbers Are Stupid and Do Not Exist


In this post, I will be making the claim that all numbers are rational. Please excuse the math, and try to follow along if you can. Without further ado, let us examine this idea further. 1 is rational. .5 is… Read more…