This post was written by guest writer, Loosetooth. The abiogenic oil theory challenges the conventional belief that petroleum and hydrocarbon fuels primarily originate from the decomposition of ancient organic matter (biotic theory). Instead, it suggests that these fuels can form, or have formed, abiotically, deep … [Read more...] about Unveiling the Abiogenic Oil Theory – Earth’s Infinite Fuel Reserves
Principles are basic generalisations used to guide our thinking, and therefore, our actions. They are the main form in which we use concepts, by grouping them together into general observations. This enables us to reduce an enormous number of specific concretes into manageable units, while still retaining all of the … [Read more...] about How to think in principles
According to Wikipedia; "Transhumanism is an international intellectual movement that aims to transform the human condition by developing and making widely available sophisticated technologies to greatly enhance human intellect and physiology." Recently the idea of longevity was added and the word physiology removed. … [Read more...] about Transhumanism – another BIG duff steer within the Matrix
Life within the Matrix is full of myths that are simply misinformation and un-truth masquerading as legitimate different perspectives. It is the challenge of modern living to sift the truth from the un-truth. Thinking is the way out of the Matrix since it is the only way to decypher the many modern myths and discern … [Read more...] about 15 Common Myths About Thinking
Most people think that there are too many people in the world. This is not true. For the ordinary person on the street it is a un-verifiable claim, usually believed in 'because the authorities say so' or 'because I have heard everyone else say its true'. The facts of global declining birth rates tell a different … [Read more...] about The Inevitable Collapse of Global Population
"It is in the administration of justice, or of law, that the freedom or subjection of a people is tested. If this administration be in accordance with the arbitrary will of the legislator—the government is a despotism, and the people are slaves. If, on the other hand, the rule of decision be those principles of natural … [Read more...] about The Occulted Powers Of The British Constitution
This post was originally written by Lisa VanDamme February 20, 2006, and was published on The Objective Standard website. It can still be found here. You may also be interested in Episode 167 of the podcast about the 'Hierarchical structure of knowledge'. The dismal state of many American schools—especially public … [Read more...] about The Hierarchy of Knowledge: The Most Neglected Issue in Education
We are all accustomed to revering Albert Einstein as the genius who came up with the 'General Theory of Relativity', and the famous equation e = mc2. His claims are almost universally considered scientific fact. Until recently I have not been aware of any dissenting voices. Not because there aren't any, but because … [Read more...] about How wrong was Einstein? And why is he still so universally acclaimed?
The essence of truth seeking is questioning assumptions. This involves looking at a claim, statement or idea, and not only questioning the reasoning in support of it, but also the assumed premises the claim rests on. This means, checking the logical starting points of the reasoning, as well as the validity of the … [Read more...] about Truth seeking: where to start?
If you want to know the truth about what is going on in your world, you need to get interested in ideas. If you care about what is going to happen in the future, if you care about freedom, peace and prosperity; you must enter the realm of, and deal with, ideas. Ideas are powerful, big or small, they motivate people, … [Read more...] about Ideas – Why they matter, and why you should be interested in them