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  1. In Answer To: Words Of Encouragement By Julie Pierce
    Throughout my life, I have always known that it is not easy to fight injustices. I grew up in Jersey City and started to work during summers at the age of fourteen. I quit school just prior to sixteen and went to work full time because after 22 years my father had decided to leave my mother and someone had to do it. My mom was trying hard to go back to work after being a housewife for all those years but her health was not so great and she just couldn't do it long.I made God only knows so m…


  2. Purpose To Life By Tushar Jain
    There is no God.Belief is a stray sentiment; it functions furiously around its determination to survive. If it is healthy, it is impenetrable, if it is not, it is unknowingly so. Sadly, it also doesn’t end with man; it ends with conflict and qualms. Men know perfectly to be courageous, they do not know but what to be courageous of, for or against. A belief is a second conscience overruling the normal one, it provides for all expectations of courage. It is difficult to confront a firm belief wi…


  3. Knowledge and Study of Social Science By Shahinur Islam
    . Human being Knowledge & social scienceHuman beings are the best creature of the Creator. Why? Human being has got some distinct qualities, behaviors, sensitiveness, instincts, education, capability of prediction which are absent in beasts and other creature. The mankind is considered as ‘ashraful makhlukat’ and is immensely blessed by the Creator. Only the human beings have been given the ability to acquire knowledge of different branches of civilization. But unfortunately education the prim…


  4. Should I Be Politically Correct? By Lance Winslow
    Many people ask themselves should I be politically correct? Often it seems that being politically correct is the safest policy for your career, family relations or when discussing issues with friends. But if one never says the truth for fear it might offend are they being honest? Which is more important to have personal integrity or to be PC? That is the question.Many will complain about your behavior if you say the truth but it could be offensive to someone? They pretend to take the highroad …


  5. Extra Terrestrial Genetic Defect Myth By Lance Winslow
    There is a large contingency of people who believe in aliens and extra terrestrials. There are endless stories of abduction by UFO aliens, unbelievably performing spacecraft and ancient myths. One of the most intriguing and plausible explanations of why alien species are here or come to visit with us mostly harmless humans is to inter bread with us and repair their genetic flaws, which over hundreds of thousands of years had caused damage to their DNA. Some scientists have helped propel these …


  6. Where do Questions Come From? By Joe DeClara
    Why do we ask questions? It is in our nature to ask questions, and it is very evident from early childhood till old age. We never stop asking questions, and we start the very second we cam, often with a simple why. Is it answers we seek, yes of course it is, what else could it be? Life is a search for knowledge and it is different for all of us. Some ask questions that haven’t been asked before, some ask questions in specific topics, some just want to know everything, I fall into this las…


  7. Evolution and Exorcisms By Robert Baird
    EVOLUTION: More surprising to me as I consider where my intellectual head-space has been on this issue, which is central to theological ideal; is the fact that I have become more of a creationist. Skeptics may say that God doesn't exist and I am inclined to agree he/she isn't within our purview to limit and say we know; HIM, or even what it is that really goes on, in the world about us. It would be difficult to say there is any one humanistic discipline or theology that fits with my perception…


  8. A Penny from Kenny By Kenneth Hoffman
    My mother liked to collect pennies. She found an empty gallon mayonnaise jar, cut a slit in the cap and dropped in the pennies. On a rainy day she would spread them all out on the kitchen table and, like a jigsaw puzzle, look for matching dates. The finest example of a certain year would go into a little drawstring bag, acclaiming their superiority. Sometimes a birthday of someone she loved would arrive at a low in finances and the jar would come out. Just enough for a present would find …


  9. Einstein and Eirugena By Robert Baird
    ALBERT EINSTEIN: - “I am satisfied with the Mysteries of life.”"A human being is part of a whole, called by us the "Universe," a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings, as something separated from the rest--a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our cir…


  10. Religion, Well It is Not About Truth Really By Lance Winslow
    Many people subscribe to a religion of some type. Some take it very seriously others simply follow along as a matter of cultural indoctrination. Many believe that religion is good, as it keeps people honest and they can cite many examples and reasons for this. Others say that Organized Religion has caused more wars and killed more people than any other human made event in our recorded written history. So which is it?Well it is both and some will point out that; “as a result religions miss the …


  11. Alligators with Double-jointed Jaws By Lance Winslow
    One way species evolve is out of necessity and a genetic flaw, which turns out to be an advantage. We have all heard of frogs with extra legs, cats with extra paws and two-headed lizards. We have heard of people who are double jointed. Certainly there must have been double-jointed jawed alligators sometime in the evolutionary process of their 400 million years of progression.Why didn’t the double-jointed alligator survive? It seems that it should of. We have all seen the brave or crazy people …


  12. America and Her Priorities in Innovation at Issue By Lance Winslow
    Recently I was discussing with a friend the problems with our placement of America’s greatest innovators and what industries these brilliant minds end up in. What was interesting in exploring this thought with a friend was that it seems that America and her priorities in innovation at issue and often scientists and engineers use their minds in somewhat irrelevant and trivial pursuits. My friend made an interesting observation when he said to me;“In a time when we can put a thousand songs on a …


  13. So What is Communication By T.S. Johnson
    In "Signature Event Context," Derrida tackles a weighty question: What is communication? Early in the chapter he offers his definition of communication, "I have been constrained to predetermine communication as a vehicle, a means of transport or transitional medium of a meaning, moreover of a unified meaning." (Derrida, 1) Recognizing the limitations of his definition, he proceeds to break that definition down into what he considers the two basic forms of communication: written language and …


  14. Ethics: More Than Just Right and Wrong By Andy Carloff
    IntroductionThe following is a piece on ethics and morality. Many of my works tend to be in the area of Applied Ethics, such as on matters of Vegetarianism, Peace, Sexuality, and Abortion. However, these are issues in the realm of Applied Ethics. That is to say, they are the application of an ethical base -- how an idea of "right" and "wrong" applies to the real world and the issues that confront us. For example, one ethic might be "Any action that causes suffering is immoral," and the App…


  15. The Cosmic Eggs By Robert Baird
    One of the ancient Seven Wonders of the World is reported (many years after all but the Great Pyramid had vanished) to be the Temple of Artemis in Ephesus. This great goddess has what many archaeologists and historians have interpreted to be nearly a thousand breasts on her body. It is being commented on in this very manner as I type this. The Discovery Channel is interviewing an esteemed Cambridge scholar who looks to know his words are as wise as Solomon. The stupidity of such absurd explana…


  16. The Keltoi By Robert Baird
    The CIA's motto is "You shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free." That is hard to swallow to say the least.The Fatimids and the Assassins seem to have made deals at the upper echelon of their society with many of their supposed enemies. The same was true of the Farsi and Pharisee lot who were highly regarded throughout the Roman and Parthian Empires before the Crusades. In the crusades they made their deals with the Knights and earlier times saw them dealing with Pythagoreans or…


  17. Joseph Brant and The Hegelian Dialectic By Robert Baird
    I admit I am only able to provide guesses as to the nature of how the elites might convene or make known to each other the nature of shared interests at different times. I have traveled in some circles where some of these people are present and I may have overheard a few things from others who work for them but it is pure guesswork in the final analysis. The Jacobin Scottish era shows us that Hume, Carlyle and Gibbon where checking with each other and following a plan to minimize the lesser no…


  18. Human Life is Sacred By Andy Carloff
    Genesis 1:1 -- In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.There are many arguments by religious people today in defense of the idea of what is sacred and what is not. Many of the people who profess to believe in god are convinced that they have a very close, personal relationship with their creator; some are not as convinced of this proposition, and allow the idea of god or spirits to enter their lives only when every other means has failed. For those whose lives are focused aroun…


  19. Life in the Universe Part II By Owen Noome
    We are most probably not the only beings in the universe interested in other planets and heavenly bodies.Based on reports and various sources of information our very own planet is visited by different shapes of unknown unidentified flying objects and mysterious entities believed to be visitors from space.The UFO PhenomenonUFO's, do they really exist?Based on thousands of reports it seems as if there is no question as to the existance of UFO's.The beginning of the modern UFO eraOn 24 July 1947 …


  20. What If There Were More Than One God? By Lance Winslow
    What if there were more than one God? In the major present religions most of them have one God? Some have one God and some friends, such as Holy Ghosts, spouses of God, Son’s of Gods and you know Profits and such. But generally most of the religions have one God instead of many Gods like the Greeks.It kind of makes sense for humans to have one God, because they are so easily confused. Some say out little minds often cannot keep track of more than one. It is just too much to remember you see? A…


  21. The Wisdom of a Road By Arvind Katoch
    A small road can give us wisdom. These words may seem strange to many. But after reading this article many will change their views and agree with me. Every week I go to Rampur from Moradabad (both districts in Utter Pradesh, India) and come back. For the last two years I am repeating this to and fro journey. I have seen the all good and bad shapes of road. I have seen it in all seasons. I have enjoyed its grace and beauty. I have enjoyed its cuts and jumps too. This road is the Part of Delhi- …


  22. Critical Thinking To Go: Dodging The Pepperoni Pizza Fallacy By Carson C. Day
    Today we commonly hear in the news journalistic items about religion and politics, or faith and something else, where the suggested "duo du jour" usually sit in opposition to one another. One could do this, of course, just as easily with other areas of human thought, as with sociology vs. history, or economics vs. psychology. But most people do not seem nearly as interested in this exercise as they seem anxious to set "religion" over against whatever other area they might find interesting.But …


  23. Darius and the US Postal Service By Robert Baird
    DARIUS: - Coins bearing his visage are found in the Americas but we would never expect to see normal academic overviews mention this for public consideration. And I was not surprised when I read many other things about Aryans and supposed first Empires, as I read the following part of a far larger presentation. Was the US support of the Shah connected to a larger and long term plan to manage the plebs or serfs who think they are free?“Cyrus recognized that the "known world" he wished to conque…


  24. Role Attachment Bondage or Moha Plays in Gaining Enlightenment By Vijay Kumar
    Attachment... bondage... Moha... state as we may but the meaning of all three words remains the same. Christians call it water, Hindus Jala and the followers of Islamic dharma as Paani... the intent and meaning of all the three is the same.Now let me explain this concept from the beginning...If there was no attachment... bondage or Moha... the need for any soul to traverse a long journey of 8.4 million lives (a total earthly journey of 96.4 million years) would never have arisen for the soul …


  25. Common Audience By Natasha Ashwe
    The witness of the common audience is an illusion created by certain individuals as they control and occupy the thought processes of others.In the same manner that no two or more human beings have identical finger prints or DNA programs, no two or more human beings can share the exact same thought, or feeling or experience without direct or indirect influence by a certain individual or set of individuals that create the illusion of a united conscious existence in this physical life on earth.I …






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