Consciousness and Intelligence

The assumption — and it is an assumption — made by adherents of the 20th-Century Standard Model of Physics (and that includes almost all scientists) is that consciousness arises out of matter, that consciousness is an effect of neural activity in the brain. I propose that this assumption, which lacks […]

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Quantum Entanglement

Quantum Entanglement is the integral interconnectedness of every “particle” in creation as one being. This the same as saying there is only one soul, and all of us are it. Each of us has the entire cosmos within us. I am you and you are me and we are they […]

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Be Who You Are

I often say “be who you are”, and while it is easier to be who you are rather than trying or pretending to be who you are not, a good question is, who exactly is that? Who are you? What are you doing here? These are fundamental questions of life […]

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Create Something New

At the end of 2013, a few months after attending Brendon Burchard’s Experts Academy live event in San Jose, I left my long-term career as a freelance IT consultant, a pretty steady gig for 30 years, which I liked mainly because IT is easy and I’m lazy. Prior to that […]

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The “News” Media

News media once enjoyed a reputation for acting as impartial messengers, recorders of well-researched and documented facts, interrogators of government and industry officials, self-appointed watchdogs and all-around stalwart defenders of the Public’s right to know. And although that notion was as much fairy tale as fact, at the very least […]

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The Absurdity of Corporate Rights

The notion that a corporation has or should have rights — either natural rights or constitutional rights — the same as a natural person, is patently absurd, even when the corporation is regarded as an artificial person for purposes of legal convenience. Corporations exist only as government franchises. They have […]

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The Meaningfulness of Life

Life is either meaningful, predictable, consistent and fair – or it is not. If life were not predictable, then life would not be consistent. If it were not consistent, then life could not be fair. If it were not fair, life would not be meaningful. If life were not meaningful, […]

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