Monthly Archives: November 2014

Wheat increases associative horizon

Temporarily, maybe (?). Anyway, this is an exciting revelation because it explains a great deal about European history (and here I hadn’t mentioned associative horizon for almost a week). My sister-in-law mentioned this study a while back, so I’m glad … Continue reading

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Neat question

Regarding Christianity, I find this: http://www.theswordbearer.org/p005_summaries.html 1. The author says immortality of soul is unbiblical and unproven, only spirits are immortal. In the time of the adulthood of Abraham, God stoped being the Father of all humans to be the … Continue reading

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Manifest destiny

Happy belated Thanksgiving! A couple of days ago on a VP thread, I said Christian aspies are thankful that the meek will inherit the earth, implying that the world will eventually be overrun by over-intellectualizing, physically powerful bronies. I also … Continue reading

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Roissy makes his play

If it were ever uncertain, it is now clear the Chateau is a full-throated neoreactionary site. He’s certainly got a flair for advertising (but that was never uncertain). He’s a smart dude, but I wonder whether he came up with … Continue reading

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Music Monday (and Rorschach tests)

(Back on the old diet. I haven’t had a decent night of sleep in two weeks, so I’ll probably be in recovery mode for another two weeks.) I’ve never heard anything before that sounded so much like being chased through … Continue reading

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A small and unsatisfying bit about money

Previously I said that politics is a continuation of the war for resources and gave an illuminating little parable. This time, I’m going to talk a bit more realistically about how this shakes out. The most important resources today are … Continue reading

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Executive breakdown (symptom of executive dysfuntion)

This morning I forgot to bring my wallet to work and had to forego good, Caribou coffee in favor of work coffee (blegh). I remember picking up the wallet but it never got into my pocket, and I’ll probably find … Continue reading

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