Category Archives: philosophy

The First Book of Enoch: Enoch’s Apocalypse

The apocryphal first book of Enoch (1 Enoch) begins with a vision of the end times. These are the words and blessings of Enoch, with which he blesses the chosen and righteous who will be living in the days of … Continue reading

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Artificial Intelligence at the Drive Thru

The Washinton Post reports: At this fast-food drive-through, the person taking your order might not be a person at all. Welcome to the new era of fast food, where the robot revolution is well underway. The inexorable march toward automation … Continue reading

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Originality vs. Criticism

For a few years, I had been trying to write something on this blog every day. A lot of the pieces I’ve written are critiques of other articles. Criticism is easy when compared with writing an original article. It also … Continue reading

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Legacy Technology Censorship

Legacy technology companies, like the legacy media, continue to attempt to disrupt emerging alternative technologies. In early November of 2018, gab.com, the free speech Twitter alternative, was deplatformed from the internet by it’s hosting company, GoDaddy, and cut off by … Continue reading

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Denying Guilt Proves Guilt?

The CBC has a new article titled How to spot a pattern of denials in the #MeToo movement. This article seems to make the astonishing claim that denying one’s guilt is actually evidence that one is guilty. Yes, the progressives … Continue reading

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Censorship, gab.ai, and the Blockchain

Forbes has an article commenting on The Alt-Right’s Favorite Social Network Gab’s Plan To Use Blockchain To Make Itself Indestructible. I’ll comment briefly on the hypocrisy of blaming Gab for the comments of its users while giving Google, Facebook, and … Continue reading

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Meritocracy is not Sexism

Canadian Donna Strickland has one the Noble prize for physics. Instead of celebrating, the CBC’s Emily Chung laments that the Rare Nobel Prize win by a woman is a ‘stark reminder’ of sexism in physics. Is she implying that Strickland … Continue reading

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