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A discussion on the emasculation of society and it's consequence by wolfhnd on December 31st, 2012, 12:20 pm
(satire=a literary composition, in verse or prose, in which human folly and vice are held up to scorn, derision, or ridicule.)

As the gun debate unfolds it becomes clear that large segments of the population are no longer willing to accept that a man, or a woman for that matter, has the right to defend themselves. This is just another example of how fussy thinking emasculators have come to dominate society. There was a time in not too distant past when everyone understood that the gene pool was best served by letting everyone crazy enough to carry a weapon do so. Unrestricted weapons served two purposes, one it quickly removed the ultra violent in gun duals and shoot outs from the population, secondly it improved the gene pool by removing anyone incapable of defending themselves. What the emasculators fail to understand is that fighting the natural order of things always results in disastrous consequences in the long term. Removing the evolutionary prerogative of violence from the...

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Read this, I want you to ask questions. by Melton_J_08 on December 22nd, 2010, 5:47 pm
everything is connected.. although no1 really knows this, even if they think they do. the understanding of such a complex thing is so hard that only thoses who know what is is then they will know how nothing is connected in anyother way.the bonding of such things is smaller then the things that make up atoms and yet larger then what is known as "Universe". but what know one can seem to understand is that its not with our minds that we will ever know a TRUE way to describe that feeling that is life. life.. everything has it and everything is within life. its not some being that is suprem or idealistic. its just that what it is called. Life. what no1 knows is that life cant be explained or taught to anyone else... its something for you and only you... its just what it is... life.

sometimes i wonder if everything is connected and yet still disconnected at the same time then is it possible to do what all the old ones the old stories of the past say is possible? can you really "communicate",...

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QUESTAR by questar on June 12th, 2011, 5:16 pm
Since I was very young I've taken an interest in philosophy and its encompassing nature. Only recently have I taken it seriously- though it's of no serious concern of mine to be a documented philosopher as documentation has nothing what so ever to do with philosophy. I've come here to express 20+ years of thought on the matter, to expose my own hypocrisies and to develop a consistent school of thought. Draw whatever conclusions you wish from these statements. That said, the first step of my quest to apply my own conclusions to that of the esteemed philosophers began June, 2011 and I predict will continue until 2012. My curriculum is mostly in the way of ancient Greek philosophy and basic logic.
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DPhil week 4 by Nick on November 8th, 2009, 7:41 pm
So, a few weeks have passed since I started my DPhil. At the moment we are spending most of our time on lecture courses and problem sets. On top of this I am trying to find a little time for my service work project. Basically anyone working on the LHC experiments (or at least the big couple) has to devote some proportion of their time to doing stuff that is useful for the experiment. This can be doing shifts on the detector, writing and validating software for to analyse the data or working on upgrade R&D. I'm working on an upgrade project to look into the radiation hardness of fibre optic cables.

Basically, in around a decade there is a planned luminosity upgrade (basically smashing more protons together per unit time) called SLHC that means that the detectors will be in a higher radiation environment. The inner parts of the detector use fibre optic cables to get the data out, and we need to test them to know that they can survive the planned decade of running at the higher luminosity....

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The End Of Peace -1914 by airth10 on February 12th, 2014, 3:18 pm
Margaret MacMillan, author of the block buster book Paris 1919, has come out with a new book, The War That Ended Peace. It Is about the first world war, which ended the peace that had endured through most of the nineteenth century and into the beginning of the twentieth century. However, I'm wondering how peaceful were things in the world if it ended in a world war?

One of McMillan's arguments is that WWI was not necessarily inevitable, that it didn't have to happen. Well, I don't think it was a random event or an accident. It happened for a reason. The world, especially Europe, had reached a tipping point centered around issues that nations were incapable of addressing in a peaceful or political manner. As a result unresolved tensions had built up. The result was a violent confrontation between nations and societies, like that of tectonic plates crashing into each other, releasing tension, eventually causing a seismic event.

Wars are made up of underlying currents like the weather,...

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