The Good and Evil Myth!


Good and Evil are often treated as nouns or personifications for inherent absolutes with an implied mystical foundation. Useing these terms as mystical absolutes makes them meaningless and by doing so has rendered many minds delusional with this underlying assumption and subjected them to authoritarian fraud. Good and Evil only make sense as verbs within …

Thinking about thinking


It’s about 22 years since IBM’s Deep Blue beat World Champion Gary Kasparov in chess. The current software Komodo now ranks far higher than any human brain in existence. Humans distinguish themselves in reflective thought. That is we not only think but we think about thinking and by doing so we rewrite our brains and …

You’ve been dead before!


What was it like before you were conceived and born? Do you remember the sensations of sight, sound, and smell or the stresses of being late for work, missing a bill payment, finding out you’ve been cheated? You shouldn’t be remembering anything because you didn’t exist! This is a common non recollection of the past …

The godlike Adamu


The universe may indeed be finite and only a subset of a larger multiverse. Both time and space in terms of the grand totality are nonlinear attributes underlying everything that is, was or ever will be. From the perspective of nonlinear time the past, present and future all exist simultaneously. From the perspective of the …

Forming and dissolving ego


You might think of yourself, for practical purposes to be a mere partical in a vast reality lost in a whirl of fiery galaxies. A partical however with a front and a back, a left and a right, an up and a down, an outside and an inside. What is outside the skin is the …

Confirmation Bias and the insanity of man


“the tendency to interpret new evidence as confirmation of one’s existing beliefs or theories.” Wikipaedia The human mind is abundantly able to compartmentalize and reject or disreguard inconvenient or contradictory information. Facts as they exist are either rejected or embraced in order to preserve existing prejudices rather than to increase understanding. Inconvenient truths are typically …