Natural Law and the Law of Averages, How Science Hobbled Down and Became Political

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When Science started calling Science a liar. Continuing our inquiries on how Science has been hobbling down in both its genuine understanding of Fact and Truth, and its current political insistence on incorporating most other...

Great Resets: Natural Law, History and Science, Part III

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The prevailing thinking since around 1960 has been that ordinary people, of ordinary education and skills, are no longer qualified to be a part of the management of world affairs, at virtually every level....

Science and History and Facts

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Science began as a logical and reasoned inquiry into how Nature works. Isaac Newton and gravity always comes to mind first with me. You'll note it's tied together with mathematics, and how many times...

The Iffiness in Science that makes Everything a Coin Flip

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I have several fits-and-starts in my stack of stuff, all centering around scientific debates not just about how human history is written, but how human achievement is defined, going back long before history could...

Wikipedia and the Killing of History, a Guide

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This will be a short note to highlight a link to a subject I researched for a commentary about Manifest Destiny mentioned in historian Bernard DeVoto's book 1846, the Year of Decision (1943). Almost...

“Sex”- Innocence is Worth Protecting

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Why I oppose sex ed for children. Corrie ten Boom was a Dutch Christian who helped Jews hide from the Holocaust during the Nazi era. She and her older sister, and two brothers and her father, a watch-maker, were arrested, and put into prison. Her...