a-Positive, Desmond vs. “Automation Gang” and I.I.

Disclaimer: No apologies will be made. Thank you. --Desmond   This is supposedly the post granola-infused world where the kids are in charge of being influential to the "leaders"--those whom have become empowered by their very own imagination. The neutered, yawn-inducing, middlebrow bumpkins they are, these kids are not choosing to utilize their time to …

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You Don’t Know What Definitions Are, Andreessen Horowitz and Beware The Advantageous Individual Investor

The title is a statement that stands and you would need to be retarded (in the literal sense, I mean that you were actually born with emotional/cognitive impairments) to read "You Don't Know What Definitions Are..." and think that it's some sort of endorsement. I'm aware of your magnificent manner of meme-inventing and creating a …

Would You Like Some Ice With Your Glass of Earth?

Consensus has no place in science...and although that is reality, some people who are actually employed to masquerade as "scientists" have a problem with reality. No matter how many attempts that have been made, some willing sacrifice themselves and humility just so they're able to keep their jobs and put food in the mouths of …

Cyclical Celestial Mechanics: Drought 2014

I can't entirely hate on start-ups, but I hold absolutely nothing but pure disdain in my heart for start-ups with no firm foundation. Such a start-up would be The Climate Corporation; they're a company based out of that high-tech Disneyland known as Silicon Valley. The "scientists" (and yes, the label is intentionally being implied loosely …

Where Do You See Yourself In Science?

I ask this puzzling question due to the fact that we are now at the crossroads of "things scientific". No matter how wrong the climate change crowd apparently is, they are persistent with their paltry pseudoscience; adamantly standing by their low-level intransigence and quite frankly, I'm shocked that they've been allowed [permitted rather] by real …

The Consequences of Popularizing Science

I fail to see the fascination over the likes of Carl Sagan, Michio Kaku, Neil Degrasse Tyson, Bill Nye, "The Science Guy", David Keith and others of that ilk. Thinking back, years ago, when I was attending college, I had a professor who, himself, believed that "popular science" was the result of the decentralization of …