Category Archives: philosophy

The Revelation of Adam in Modern English

This is the revelation that Adam taught his son Seth in the seven hundredth year. The Fall of Adam and Eve “Listen to my words, my son Seth,” said Adam. When Sakla created me out of the earth along with … Continue reading

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Is Birthrate Decline a Bad Thing?

I’m going to comment on the New York Times opinion piece The End of Babies by Anna Louie Sussman. In the fall of 2015, posters appeared around Copenhagen. One, in pink letters laid over an image of chicken eggs, asked, “Have … Continue reading

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The Truth about Sea Level Rise

There is a lot of misinformation out there about how much sea level will rise due to global warming. The current best information (from 2018) comes from the UN’s International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s latest report in chapter 9, … Continue reading

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Reply to the CBC’s Letter to the West

The CBC published Robert Fraser’s Letter to the West: Let’s put aside the climate change thing for a bit and focus on some realities. I believe that it’s Eastern Canada that needs to put aside climate change; if that is … Continue reading

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People’s Party Still Being Smeared as Hateful

I’m going to comment on a CBC opinion piece “Why the People’s Party of Canada election result shouldn’t be underestimated“, written by two academics, one the director of Landscapes of Injustice at the University of Victoria, the other the director … Continue reading

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Technology, Government, and Poverty

The Guardian article Digital dystopia: how algorithms punish the poor addresses the impact of technology on government, and specifically on the apparatus of the welfare state. I’m going to comment on what I think is driving these changes, and on … Continue reading

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Men and Women Smeared as Red Pill

Red pill men are used to being criticized by the mainstream media. What’s surprising about the Telegraph article “Welcome to the Red Pill: The angry men’s rights group that ‘knows what women want’” is the amount of vitriol author Rebecca Reid … Continue reading

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