Tag Archive for Physics

Time Waits for Just About Anyone


The bartender says, “We don’t serve tachyons here.” A tachyon walks into a bar. Physicists have discovered either how to accelerate time in the environment as it relates to an observer, or pull information in from relativistically future-initial sources, as… 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…

Principal Motivation


What if Newton’s Laws of Motion are sociologically derived arguments and not physical ones? Throw away all arguments of initial causes or creators; God wasn’t invited to this party. Each of the Newtonian laws is directly relatable to interpersonal interactions. As people, we often rely on what we deal… Read more…