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In The Heart of Man

Our journey here on this late great planet seems lengthy but in fact is but a minor whisper in time. Infinity and finiteness are definitions we have failed to grasp and therefore we tend to live as if we were not finite but have and indefinite time to live our lives - and then more time to make thin...More...

The Science Revolution - Fact Or Fiction?

Have you ever stopped to think about the movies we watch and their relation to our world? When the idea of a movie is conceived, where does it come from, fact or fiction?...More...

If a Father Dies in a War Their Kids Will Hate You

Many say that the United States should not go to war with nations such as Iraq, Iran or North Korea because it fosters another generational cycle of hate and thus more wars. This is a good philosophical argument indeed....More...

The Life Choices- Family And Me

When you are leading a fairly happy life, but there is something missing that you really loved, what are the choices do one have. I love to travel, I love my family, these two just don't fit together....More...

Evolution VS Creationism; A Typical Online Debate

The debate between evolution and creationism is somewhat of a hot button for many folks. They just cannot leave well enough alone. Believe it or not it often infiltrates the local chapters of the Online Think Tank where both sides take their best shots of applying evidence and logic against various ...More...

Humans Cannot Achieve Speeds Greater than the Speed of Light?

Many believe that mankind can never ever achieve speeds greater than the speed of light. Recently in a major online think tank the debate became quite heated indeed. Think tankers on each side of the equation lined up to offer glimpses of potential truth and theories. ...More...

St Germain De Medici

The architect of the current New World Order and the man who handed over the spy network of the De Medici to the Illuminized Rothschilds who might be related to him. It is likely that the De Medici had adopted him for this purpose. St. Germain is surrounded by myth and legends but the truth is even ...More...

Blog This in Your Think Tank

What is up in your Think Tank? Oh, you say you are not in a Think Tank, well, why not, you seem to like to think right? Perhaps you might enjoy some of the things we discussed in our Think Tank this week, as our topics are so diverse and interesting. For instance, we are all consumers in a way, even...More...

Critique of Common Views

How can something like God or Love be common? Vulgar? You can vulgarize them, but in the end you will be left with something that is neither love nor God, you are left with bad, holy, poetry and illusion (hence the christian slogan 'God is love', thus putting together the two most misunder...More...

The September Second Society: On People Who Create Wealth

Here we refine a list of the personal attributes of the producers of wealth. These are not just rich sponges. They are the people who provide things of use and value to others. They are people of steel, and of coal, oil, transportation, and manufacturing. Where they are at work, everyone gets richer...More...

Prisoners of Birth

The site of a beggar, begging on the railway platform, annoys us and many a time, without even peeping a bit into her life, we abuse her. A lady who does not have any other option than to sit in one corner all day, and gather a meager sum to just feed her four little kids, and somehow herself, ever ...More...

Making Sense of Time

The past gives us our meaning and the future gives us our hope, in a world where the present is all we have. Making sense of time is utilising the productive past and hoping, effervescently, for a good future, whilst retaining control over what we have: the present....More...

How Many Oceans Are There On Earth? The Real Answer

"Common knowledge" is a funny thing. How many oceans really are there on Earth? The real answer is that there is only one. This article attempts to understand the reason we as human beings have difficulty in perceiving reality, and why....More...

The God and His Prophet - Jailer

When a priest acquires a god; when a prophet acquires exclusive access to a god; a god sought after by many, he comes to a position of great power and influence. He acquires the power to ration the god amongst hungry devotees, at his discretion. Indeed, no one cometh to the Father except by me....More...

Aristotle's Best Constitution

Aristotle's politics begins with his study and comparison of a household and state. He uses observation, his scientific tool and examines how household, communities, states and other associations of humans come to being. Then he moves on taking into consideration different subjects like functio...More...