For the past week or so I have been involved in a dialogue with Lesta Nediam on the question of 'outer space'. In this piece I will provide some background information relevant to that discussion, and use it as the basis for a general overview of concepts related to thinking methodology and the 'trivium'.Read more
There's a reason we call them 'black pills'...Read more
The truth is not always a pleasant thing. On the most recent Member Skype call I detailed for the first time my own experience with learning about one of the blackest of pills: birth trauma. The relatively muted response to the call so far, as well as some correspondence received in private, encouraged me to go into further detail about birth trauma specifically and the broader concept of 'black pills'.Read more
Want to help the poor? Then loan them cash and datamine their financial activities! All the megacorporations are doing it, as are the 'not for profit' organisations through which they funnel the money.Read more
Where there's smoke, there's red flags on fire.Read more
Where there's smoke, there's fire.Read more
More than 100 years ago, the father of crowd psychology, Gustave le Bon, predicted that the internet would make con-artistry easier than ever before. The case of Bitcoin and Tether suggests that Gustave was right yet again. We have access to unprecedented levels of information at our fingertips, so why do the masses continue to purchase snake oil by the barrel?Read more
So the 12-Week Challenge has officially come to an end (at least for those of us who began on September 11th).
In my most recent article, 'The Sync Books - What a Trip' I indicated that the past twelve weeks have been the most eye-opening of my life (so far as I can remember, anyhow).
This is no exaggeration. I am not the same person now as when the Challenge began.Read more