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How to understand life in terms of its underlying rules. Evolutionarly biology first. Continue reading
Exploring the rules and nature of the corporate game that a vast majority of us play on a daily basis. Continue reading
This is the introductory post on a short series on the rules of the games that people play, and where to look for predictability. Continue reading
Don’t answer that! I can tell you whether you believe in God or not. Continue reading
The speeches that Swami Vivekananda gave about 120 years ago in Chicago, and on the origins of pride. And of shame. Continue reading
This article is a follow-up to my last post on what was troubling my conscience. This is also a rant on the modern capitalism of the corporate era, where we have all become tiny cogs in a giant wheel inexorably rolling on to nowhere in particular, but obliterating much in the process. Continue reading
This last post in the series explains why I believe it is time to say goodbye to Einstein, and why I look forward to how our worldview develops in the light of this CERN discovery of material superluminality. Continue reading
This second post in my series on the superluminality observed (or suspected) at CERN looks at why we cannot accept it.
When they discovered particles going faster than light at CERN, they didn’t want to believe themselves. They were practically begging the rest of the community to find a mistake in this discovery. Why would they do that? This post and its follow ups will try to shed some light on this strange lack of faith.
This post is an expanded version of a Web interview regarding my blog. It attempts to answer the question why I blog. And why one should take philosophy seriously. Seriously!
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The sixth and last post on the philosophy of death looks at the paradox or the absurdity of living at all, given that there is a death looming, and tries to find a sliver lining. Continue reading
The fifth post on the philosophy of death looks at another notion of continuity. Even for those who believe in no soul or god of any kind, the physical world is real and continuous. No sane person would think the world comes to an end with his death. Then again, nobody has accused me of sanity. Continue reading