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  • Evolution of Knowledge

    Philosophy / Evolution of Knowledge

    If indeed human knowledge has a life of its own, though feeding entirely upon our grey cells, it does show a trait unique to life itself, that surely it evolves. And the methods of its evolution have, just like other life, been somewhat spontaneous, probabilistic and unpredictable

  • My God of Gaps

    Philosophy / My God of Gaps

    Is the objective mind not asking us here, to think of two things that are extremely impossible in its own diction, as to be rather easy possibilities in this specific case – ‘spontaneity’ and ‘order from chaos’?

  • Jumping the Quantum (Physics)

    Philosophy / Jumping the Quantum (Physics)

    while matter around us, from the speck of dust to the galaxies, all behaves in set patterns, under detectable laws, in such a way that for all actions there are determined and knowable reactions and one event cannot have two different outcomes when repeated in exact identical conditions - yet things just like that are seen happening in the subatomic realm.

  • Atheism- War Against God

    Philosophy / Atheism- War Against God

    An analysis of how scientific knowledge has both its objective and subjective components, and that science dose not insists that it is the whole truth, only the atheist does.

  • God and Mathematics

    Philosophy / God and Mathematics

    Great advances in mathematics in the last few centuries has brought thinkers to face a contest between the seeming perfection by which mathematics is able to explain the details of phenomenon we encounter around us in nature and the strange paucity of strength in the foundational structure of mathematics. Does this paucity alarm us... that we may just be scratching on the surface of wholesome knowledge?