All, Cartoons

How things change…

When I was a kid, I learned in school that CO2 was a good thing, that it was what plants craved, that plants breathe CO2 and produce oxygen, while humans and animals breathe oxygen and produce CO2. More CO2 would mean more rainforest, something everyone was worried about back then. Fast forward to today, where CO2 is a supervillain that…

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All, Cosmology, Philosophy

The first time you heard…

How did you react the first time you heard that the universe was endless? Well if not endless, then at least practically endless, going on farther than you could imagine. That light, the fastest thing in existence, still takes billions of years to go to the remote starts. That the solar system revolves around the center of the Milky way…

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Satan’s fingerprint 

If you have used Shazam you know it can quickly identify most any song even with noisy background and only a few seconds of sampling. It does this by calculating a “fingerprint” from the sample and comparing it to a database. Similarly you can identify if an idea is Lucifarian/Satanic in origin through checking if it fits the fingerprint of…

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You can know your ideology by looking at how the majority of its extremists behave

Know your moderates and extremists

  Comparing the moderate members of various ideologies hardly give any meaningful result, all moderate people only want to live and let live. If you want to truly get to know an ideology, observe how they act when they really get into it.


What is gravity?

Let’s hear it from the top scientists: <br /> Isn’t it interesting that even the sharpest minds of the world have no idea what gravity is? They can describe HOW it works, but they can’t explain WHAT it IS. A solid foundation of cosmology.


Etymology Of Skei

It is interesting to see where words came from. Most European languages derive from Proto-Indo European. Therefore we can find interesting similarities. Let’s have a look at one, the root word “skei”: Here is a list of words derived from “skei”: Greek skhizein “to split, rend, cleave,” Old English sceadan “to divide, separate; scēath, sheath (“split stick”) Modern English The…

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