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Thoughts on the American scramble for the “inheritance” of their parents and grandparents – the fight for “post WWII glory”

In a recent conversation I said something interesting: “The U.S. is starting to look like a bunch of children arguing over who gets the inheritance of their parents.  This inheritance, of course, is the American glory created after WWII, of … 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 “memory and orientation conflicts”

Recently, I’ve seen some instances of memory loss, Alzheimer’s, or dementia.  People kept saying that they “lost their memory”, “couldn’t remember”, and such, as if it was a natural even.  For some reason or another I had other thoughts.  Something … 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 “reverse discrimination”, a new form of “justified” discrimination

Here’s a thought I had (it seems I’ve spoken of similar things before): There is something which I call “reverse discrimination”.  This is a unique and bizarre phenomena.  For some reason, I’ve always had a hard time explaining it.  In the … Continue reading

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Thoughts about “living in the shadow” and its effects

Here’s a thought I had: There are, oftentimes, big events in history events that make an incredible impact.  Some are incredibly large and have great influence.  Sometimes, they are so big that it dictates the era that follows it.  I call this … 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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