When the Morning Dawns

When darkness turns to day, the sun moves over the horizon and touches everything in sight. This movement across the landscape brightens everything. Such an illumination awakens us all. We rise with energy moving in and through us allowing us to create a new day. A day unique from all the rest and creatively woven into our soul.

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A Brief History of Creation

How is there something from nothing? The Holophanic loop logic provides a new paradigm, a consistent and complete worldview that not only describes, but also creates whatever can be perceived or experienced.

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On Being Human

Are we human because of unique traits and attributes not shared with either animal or machine? The definition of "human" is circular: we are human by virtue of the properties that make us human (i.e., distinct from animal and machine). It is a definition by negation: that which separates us from animal and machine is our "human-ness".

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Fact and Truth

Thought experiments (Gedankenexperimenten) are "facts" in the sense that they have a "real life" correlate in the form of electrochemical activity in the brain. But it is quite obvious that they do not relate to facts "out there". They are not true statements.

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Comment On the Importance of Human Life

The preservation of human life is the ultimate value, a pillar of ethics and the foundation of all morality. This held true in most cultures and societies throughout history.

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The Idea of God is not Henceforth Relevant

Determining Ring instead of God. It is trustier to search for the causes on land, instead of on heavens

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Religion and Science

There are many kinds of narratives and organizing principles. Science is driven by evidence gathered in experiments, and by the falsification of extant theories and their replacement with newer, asymptotically truer, ones. Other systems - religion, nationalism, paranoid ideation, or art - are based on personal experiences (faith, inspiration, paranoia, etc.).

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Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life

I was always somebody who felt quite sorry for myself, what I had not got compared to my friends, how much of a struggle my life seemed to be compared to others. I was caught up in a web of negativity and needed someone or something to help me to escape.

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Vampires: the Romantic Ideology behind Them

The purpose of this article is to analyze the ideological components that sustain the notion of the vampire as fixed by the romantic poets, especially by Byron. In doing so, we will trace the socioeconomic changes in early nineteen century that influenced this vision. We will also examine how class and gender issues affect the portrayal of fatal males, such as the vampire, and femmes fatales in the poetry of several romantic poets.

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Peace On Earth, A Wonderful Wish, But No Way

As long as people have the ability to think, there will be greed, envy, prejudice and anger. As long as those things exist, there will be wars. Most people believe, either religiously or secularly, in the rules set down in the Ten Commandments, but very few people can follow those rules all of the time because our ability to think causes us to want. Wanting causes us to break some or all of the rules. Humans are not perfect. If they were they would not be human.

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