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I write this to the future or to the past, to a time that may indeed be imaginary, a time when thought is free, when men are different from one another and do not live in ignorance — to a time when truth exists and plenty is the norm: From the age of conformity, from the age of ignorance, from the age of big corporations, from the age of censorship — greetings! Continue reading
If there is one thing we can learn from history, it’s that people do not learn from history. Over and over we see the same stories unfold; the date, place and people involved vary, but the essence remains unchanged. The same mistakes are constantly being made, and little is done to prevent them. It almost seems that such things are set in stone. Continue reading
People, in general, do not change; when there’s a new tendency such as an extreme hatred for an idea or acceptance for an idea it’s merely because the environment in which the human is has changed and thus they adapt. The environment itself changes whenever there’s new technologies, new ideas, or anything of the sort. The person is still the same and is merely reacting to new input. To put it in simple terms, it’s as if you had a computer and merely changed the software in it. The computer seems to be different when you use it, but at its core it’s still the same. Continue reading
In the 40,000 years religion has existed, it has rarely gone undisputed except by other creeds or belief systems. More often than not, such confrontations end in violence simply because each doctrine has aspects which are incompatible with the other so they cannot coexist.
However, every single belief in the supernatural has one thing in common – its enemy is scientific inquiry… Continue reading