Tag Archive: musings

problems with data

Presently, genetics uses the terminology and framework of racists so much so that there are race realists who are specialists on genetics and ‘human biodiversity.’ There are a lot of weird blogs floating… Continue reading

realms of possibility

How an imaginary deity behaves? However you want them to behave. One of the arguments used by atheists to refute the existence of deities is that every religion that’s popped up has been… Continue reading

morality almost solved

I’m still trapped on morality.  I wanted to move on to theism being default, or the evil of eating animals, or how deities speak to people, but they’ll have to wait for another… Continue reading

tips for budding deities

One of those little ironies of life is that although I’m pretty much opposed to the notion of organised religion, I’ve always fancied setting my own up.  For such an exercise, I think… Continue reading

areas of sinister control

Sooner or later, the American people will accept Obama’s many invitations to war. It’s interesting viewing politics in the USA from afar.  As a world citizen, I was afraid when George W Bush… Continue reading

disobedience part 2

Disobedience: failure or refusal to obey So, as mentioned in the previous post, I have some issues with people branding behaviour they don’t understand or agree with as ‘disobedience’.  But, to be honest,… Continue reading

disobedience part 1

Babies good? Only if stubbornness, selfishness, willfulness, disobedience are good. I never cease to be amazed by the depth and breadth of opinion that exists in the literate world.  So many basic things I… Continue reading

to the law-abiding gun owners

Law-abiding gun owners will not accept blame for the acts of violent or deranged criminals. Nor do we believe the government should dictate what we can lawfully own and use to protect our families.… Continue reading

the ethical upper hand

I recently turned down a speaking engagement simply on the CHANCE that there would be men in the audience. Is there a simple and pure moral and ethical code that humans can live… Continue reading

imaginary lines

“We’re all on the line.” I always liked the description of sexuality as a line with homosexuality on one side, heterosexuality on the other side and bisexuality plonked in the middle. People like… Continue reading