The following essay is from a longer piece I’ve been working on addressing the subject of free-will in a framework where human/animalistic instinct still operates, and … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence: Man versus robot.
I tell myself that I am relatively fixed in who I am, or at least in how I perceive myself to be. I have my familiar … Continue reading The Daily F – Ignorance is not a Virtue
met·a·phys·ics ˌmedəˈfiziks/ noun the branch of philosophy that deals with the first principles of things, including abstract concepts such as being, knowing, substance, cause, identity, … Continue reading The Daily Channel – The Misconception of Time, Space and Reality.
Life is a process of action and reaction. Whether a piece of information is true or not is arbitrary. If a piece of information is of … Continue reading The Daily Channel – Validity
Here is a really valuable lesson that no one will ever learn, but I’m going to put it out there anyway, as learned through my own hard experience: Always go with your gut instinct. Never, ever ignore it if you … Continue reading Quote for the day – Listen to your instinct
To claim that life is random and subject to chance is an admission of ignorance, not a statement of fact. It implies that there is much that is still unknown with regard to life, and our perception of reality and … Continue reading Quote for Today – Jan 22 2014
Death is a great leveler. Actually, let me rephrase that: fear of life is a great leveler. Death merely represents a transition from one state to another, and is no more dramatic than closing your eyes to go to sleep. … Continue reading The Daily Channel – A Matter of Life and Death
The past and future are ever-present. As allegorical as that may sound, it really isn’t. What matters is always in the present, whether that represents a … Continue reading The Daily Channel – Time Frames