Category Archives: Science and technology

Some initial thoughts on “screen sickness” – a new form of “mis-adaption” and “mis-growth” – conflicts with the real world

Here’s a thought I had: There is something which I call “screen sickness”.  This can be described as a condition where people begin to live through some form of a “screen”.  In other words, the “screen” creates a new world … Continue reading

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Thoughts on my statement, “You expect me to believe that?” – describing the twenty first century

Here’s a thought I had: I am a great critic of American society and have often been in arguments with people about it.  I first began to criticize American society in the 1990’s primarily because it needed it.  But, twenty … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the growing problem of opinions

Here’s a thought I had: I was talking to someone recently who said, “just google it”.  They were more or less saying that “whatever google says is right”.  To me, this shows a growing problem nowadays.  Basically, with the internet, … Continue reading

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Thoughts on being wary as a result of electronic gadgetry

In a recent conversation I stated something interesting: I said that we have to be very wary of everything nowadays.  Much of this is caused by all this electronic gadgetry.  In a way, it has made us more vulnerable than ever.  Basically, … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the failure of science – the forgotten need for human relevence

In a conversation recently I made this statement: “Science needs to recognize that it has failed as a humanly relevant belief system.” Too often, people who worship science think it is the ‘answer’ to everything.  They think it answers the question … Continue reading

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Thoughts on “the addiction” – aspects of the technology addiction

Here’s a thought I had: In a previous article I wrote of my early experiences with computers (Some thoughts on my early experience with computers).  Basically, in 1979 or 1980 I got my own personal computer.  You could play computer games … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the “monotony of change”

In a conversation some time ago I said something that was interesting: I basically said that “change” has become “monotonous”.  I called this the “monotony of change”.  Its the “same thing” over and over again and again and again.  Something new, … Continue reading

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