Humans, apparently, slip into circles when we can’t see an external focal...– A Mystery: Why Can’t We Walk Straight?
When you have excluded the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable,...– Sherlock Holmes
For an Emergent Governance: Nazi Germany in WWII →
foranemergentgovernance: Well I’ve written about the revolutionary war, the constitution, now it’s time to gore another sacred cow: WW2. I’m assuming you know the basics of Nazi Germany in world war 2, so this will just be a sheet making all the case that needs to be made. …
What I use my BlackBerry for.
I’ve installed these apps on my BlackBerry Curve instead of doing these tasks on my computers Ubertwitter - twitter Google Talk Yahoo Messenger MSN Evernote - to jot some notes on the fly Yes, now my IMs are only used in my BlackBerry. I don’t use IMs on my computers anymore. Too distracting. I don’t twit on my computers too. I’ve noticed that I rarely reply...
Young vs Old
So how much young candidates PKR gonna field for next GE to make it significant? Sure young candidates bring some fresh ideas, but if this turns out to be young vs old battlefield, I think its gonna backlash. Learn something from Batu Sapi will ya PR.
Science of libertarians
So what did the study find to be the basis of libertarian moral thinking? It will not surprise Reason readers that the study found that libertarians show stronger endorsement of individual liberty as their foremost guiding principle and correspondingly weaker endorsement of other moral principles a relatively cerebral as opposed to emotional intellectual style, and lower interdependence and...
Rise of the idiots
Finished reading this - http://news.discovery.com/human/paranormal-beliefs-superstition.html Do you believe in paranormal stuffs? I know I don’t, but I do like it as an entertainment source. Meh, teen-vampire love story sure sells these days. Preteen wizard in a wizard academy story too. Now I wonder why nobody is making serious money here in Malaysia? Compared to the Western world, we...
Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the...– Mary Anne Radmacher (via kari-shma)