Category Archives: Philosophy

A Philosophical Page from my Blog


via Thoughts Just for interest sake.  It starts with: Why won’t the scientists openly debate this issue as a forum? Arguing and denying via the press and internet is not scientific debate, it is a debacle. Certainly not scientific, by … Continue reading

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The Rise of Scientific Fundamentalism


A brilliant article published by ‘Green Med Info‘, posted by  Larry Malerba, DO Contrary to the beliefs of some, science is not an impenetrable body of settled fact that must be defended at all costs in the name of truth. When … Continue reading

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Waxing Philosophical.


A’ thoughts’ post born of a sleepless couple of hours one night. Not exactly meditating which would be an inward trip, but trying to understand the big picture. An attempt to incite a serious response. The universe. Unlike the classic … Continue reading

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Psychopath Vs. Empath: The War Between Truth And Deception


Getting in deep here!  From ‘Collectively Conscious’, posted by Satyapriya. ““If you would be a real seeker after truth,” wrote Rene Descartes, “it is necessary that at least once in your life you doubt, as far as possible, all things.” … Continue reading

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Ideology is the Problem


I am rudely copying this verbatim for my own benefit. Readers please follow the link  to find an interesting blog. A philosophy that is not easy to absorb, but the thrust is important to understand, if one’s reasoning is to … Continue reading

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Waking Up is Hard to Do


With so much drama currently being enacted and imposing a deluge of information into our lives, this particular post delves into a very real aspect of our understanding – how do we react to new information? How do we perceive … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King Junior. A philosophy on human behaviour.


Why this topic? It’s inspired by my “addiction” to blogging and Facebook where I have collected a number of “friends” who have similar ideas to me about justice  and the associated “lack of”, in the modern world. Maybe it was … Continue reading

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BFP EyeOpener Report-The Psychology of Cognitive Dissonance


From ‘BFP’ (Boiling Frogs Post), by Sibel Edmonds, this article on a topic of much interest to me. Particularly in the instance of discussions, via internet comments, with persons on the “warmist” side of the ‘global warming’ debate. Neither side … Continue reading

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Two households, full time job, bi-coastal, and more


Originally posted on Musings from the Chiefio:
Sigh. Despite my best intent, and a few dozen pages of notes on a dozen topics, I’ve not kept up with postings. What can I say. I’m maintaining 2 households, have a full…

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Changing your mind


Originally posted on LionAroundWriting:
A philosophical point I want to address is the act of changing ones opinion on a matter. We all have opinions. Sometimes they are subjective, other times they are based on information. This latter case changes…

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