677: Towards A Neo-Dynamic Rationalism

When one carefully examines the fundamentals of neo-dynamicism it becomes impossible to obviate the tertiary examples of rationalism with more rudimentary observations in the realm of foundational epistemology. This infraction of evidence, in regard to the natalistic tendencies which are undeniable among a certain segment of pre and hyper dynastic individuals causes one to question…

655: Creative Ornithology

Human beings have been involved in the scientific study of birds for centuries. The discipline has often been classified as “ornithology” and adherents to it can be found in research departments and universities all around the globe. Sadly, however, many ornithologists view their discipline through the outdated and archaic lens of scientific absolutism. The problematic…

642: The Serenity of A Blank Page

“There is something about the serenity of a blank page that is absolutely breathtaking.” Thought Megan, as she stared down at her empty sheet of paper. Words just weren’t coming to her this evening. “And even if they did,” she mused, “I could never write anything as lovely as this blank she of paper.” It…

641: When September Ends

Dear reader, I am currently in a synthetic suspension of consciousness, which began at 11:59 PM on Tuesday, August 31st 2021. I plan on remaining in this state for the entire month of September, please wake me up on October 1st. Anything which I write on this blog over the course of the next month…

636: A Brain Is Like A Hammer

Something I’ve been noticing lately is how many innerlectuals there seems to be, just crawling out of the woodwork. It seem like you can hardly turn a corner without bumping into two or three of them, all smart and talkin bout how they know things in their heads and stuff. Now that’s all well and…

628: The Seven Forms Of Spiration

Genius is 1% inspiration, and 99% perspiration. -Thomas Edison Ironically, Edison’s quote is now used almost entirely for inspiration, even though it only accounts for 1% of his formula. In reality, there are seven forms of spiration that run throughout society. Spiriation itself means, “to breathe.” It is the act of sustaining the spirit of…

602: Something Interesting

“I’m sorry, did you say something interesting?” “Why yes, I most certainly did.” “Sorry. I couldn’t hear it. I had something in my ear.” “Would you like me to say it again?” “No Thanks.” Photo by Armin Rimoldi on Pexels.com

560: I’m Exaggerating

So I may have exaggerated a little. So what? Quite frankly, I’m tired of hearing about. Day in, day out. “It was only a two and a half foot fish, not a three foot foot fish.” Well blarmey my toadstool, did anyone ask your opinion? Didn’t think so. Quite frankly, the report of my exaggerations…