Category Archives: Society

The community of people living in a particular region and having shared customs, laws, and organizations.

Conspiracy Theorists: Paranoid Delusional, Or Logical and Reasonable?

Are conspiracies real?  Well, yes. Of course, have you never conspired, or born witness to a conspiracy?  I see a lot of memes and hear a lot of talk, on social, conventional and independent media sources, so I decided to write about it.  But not to tackle any one conspiracy, for there’s literally countless conspiracies … Continue reading Conspiracy Theorists: Paranoid Delusional, Or Logical and Reasonable?

A Stab In the Dark At Tinnitus

My wife was telling me about her tinnitus and I decided to solve it.  The above scientific graph should be self explanatory, but in the interest of fleshing out the hypothesis I will use words too. That point in the middle of the head, where the wiggly line travels to the ear canal, is the … Continue reading A Stab In the Dark At Tinnitus

The Jury Is In On Human Influenced Climate Change: But Now What?

I knew I wanted to express some thoughts on climate change, but where to start.   The anecdotal argument that it was a cold winter in your neck of the woods doesn’t fly.  It counts for nothing more than me making an argument for an exceptionally hot summer where I live being evidence of climate … Continue reading The Jury Is In On Human Influenced Climate Change: But Now What?

Did I Write, Or Are You Reading These Words Out Of Choice?: The Illusion Of Free Will

The topic of free will has been taken for granted throughout many ages past, a gift from biblical texts, or self evident from our day to day subjective experience.  Those who have challenged this concept of free will to be an illusion have not done so without any tangible or lasting effect at the time … Continue reading Did I Write, Or Are You Reading These Words Out Of Choice?: The Illusion Of Free Will

What is So Happy About Bloody Australia Day?

Today is Australia Day. In Queensland at the moment we’re experiencing a big wet caused by an ex tropical cyclone. Its quite wet and windy outside which suits the nature of the arrival of the first fleet into Botany Bay a few days before the official invasion of Australia began. Botany Bay, didn’t turn out … Continue reading What is So Happy About Bloody Australia Day?