Do “Viruses” Exist?

This article only serves to start people on their own journey into this topic, it’s not meant to be “THEE final answer” to the question. Herein, I might suggest that when questioning ones belief systems, it is wise to temporarily disable said “beliefs” to avoid massive cognitive dissonance. “It is the mark of an educated…

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Ethos, Pathos, and Logos Definitions and Examples

Ethos, Pathos, and Logos are modes of persuasion used to convince audiences. They are also referred to as the three artistic proofs (Aristotle coined the terms). And, they’re all represented by Greek words.  Ethos or the ethical appeal, means to convince an audience of the author’s credibility or character. An author would use ethos to show…

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the Logos & the Tao

In the year 635 AD, 24 Christian monks from Persia, march into the Chinese capital of Chang-An (Xian) and are welcomed by the Chinese emperor, Taizong. Within 50 years there was evidently a Christian monastery and/or parish church in every major city in China. Why the welcome, and why the fast growth? This new information…

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the SansMemetic Man

The SansMemetic Man is NOT a “citizen” (aka “slave), not a “patriot”, not a “voter” and not an order follower and rule obeyer. Rather the SansMemetic Man is a “Living Man”, of an omnipresent mind and he’s of the Renaissance Sprit rather than a post-modernest “expert” or “authority” in ANYTHING or over anyone!

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Culture is Your Operating System


And yet, you can stand back and look at this Earth and see that we have the money, the power, the medical understanding, the scientific know-how, the love and the community to produce a kind of human paradise. But, we are led by the least among us- the least intelligent, the least noble, the least…

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AIDS “Dissident” Seeks Redemption… and a Cure for Cancer

Biologist Peter Duesberg was all but banished from science for his views on HIV. Under a brilliant early-morning sky in Berkeley, California, Peter Duesberg pushes his bicycle along Oxford Street while animatedly explaining his new theory of cancer — oblivious to the fact that he is about to walk in front of a car. A…

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