Scientific Research & Self-Development Activism
I am approximately 2 months away from graduation at a college in Philadelphia (originally from Connecticut). I have completed college in 3 years (a major goal of mine) and now I am looking back at my time here. There is a lot of debate on whether people should go to college…Continue
Added by Greg on May 17, 2013 at 9:50pm — No Comments
Well I got my ethics final graded and it was a 95%. I ended up with a 94% in the class overall. In short, two classes, two A's. I am certainly glad the semester is over as it was very stressful at times. I'm thinking about quitting my job after summer and just going back to school full time so I can get my degree and start my illustrious career doing menial work for piss poor pay.
I do qualify for grants now so it will cover my tuition and books so that is quite nice. For the…Continue
Added by Lore on May 13, 2013 at 7:30am — No Comments
I have had this discussion with my brother in the past and I would like others to jump in. How do you define a hero?
I originally came to this question after constantly hearing that soldiers, police officers, etc are heroes. Not a specific statement just generalizations made to those professions. It always made me a little upset because I never…Continue
If you get that reference I will love you forever, at least until you get on my bad side, then I will find you and hurt you. Any who!
I am impatiently awaiting my final grade in my English class. If it is anything less than an A I am going to challenge it. I do suspect that my professor did not take too kindly to me slamming patriotism as something I was toying with as a topic. I do know that after I I had mentioned that as a possibility my grade started to slip a bit. I end…Continue
Shiznit recently posed some controversial questions about killing and remorse,
so, this an attempt to rationalize just cause & means to develop a national sense of ethics on public executions.
I would be interested in exploring the ethics of establishing the due process and the regulations of instituting a national recall and referendum that would result in public humiliation and/OR execution.
At what point does a nation of law…Continue
Added by Ozone Bhaguan on May 4, 2013 at 7:00am — No Comments
Tablet got an update and I'm now able to access Ipower again. So I'm back. Again.
Who is your enemy?
Who would you kill? and feel no remorse for doing so?
Imagine a traveling salesman.
To visit 8 spots..he has to visit them one by one...and the more spots the longer he takes.
This is how our "classical" computers of today operate.
This is due to the innate nature of classical computers, the bit, which can only exist in two states.
On the other hand, quantum computers utilize a superposition of states, since an atom is used for data reading and writing, and more specifically, there is a spin…
Added by unibrain on April 30, 2013 at 8:00am — No Comments
An alien stumbles amidst; uni brain.
Prior beknownst planet aequot; situated beyond human cognizance, comprehension and scope.
beknownst earth; ...in mission... enliven humanity into neo - human kind, uni-cortex advents.
Added by unibrain on April 30, 2013 at 6:30am — No Comments
Are we living in the greatest period of existence?
I have pondered this question many times. I start to think back in the past 250 years (essentially since the formation of the USA) and then I go a little forward to maybe the past 100 years. To me it is remarkable about how fast society has advanced in such a short amount of time. Sure those things like the wheel and fire were all good, but to me I feel that these past 100-250 years have moved our species…Continue
I don't live in New York, but still a good song nonetheless.
My name is Greg I used to post some blogs on here a while back and I decided to come back (for good I promise). To give you a little background on myself I am currently a college student studying business and I graduate this summer (a full year ahead of time,…Continue
A lot has happened since my last blog post. I continue to do well on my ethics papers as so far I have eight papers graded and all of them are perfect 10/10's. I am also slaughtering my English class with a 97%, but I expect that from myself. I am an English major after all.
I know in a previous blog I had mentioned that I was torn between English and paralegal as a major because of what they both had to offer. English for writing (passion), or paralegal (practicality) for…Continue
Added by Lore on April 25, 2013 at 7:08am — No Comments
Saw this TED-talk today and loved it. Thought I'd share.
Added by The Shiznit on April 21, 2013 at 6:00am — No Comments
So you can finally read my network neutrality informative essay!
Here it is.
I hope that works.
Added by Lore on April 15, 2013 at 3:10am — No Comments
Have you ever felt like TV was just mocking you? Distracting your easily fooled mind with funny pictures and scary headlines to stop you from realizing how meaningless everything is? Well, sick of television…Continue
Added by Victoria on April 14, 2013 at 11:24am — No Comments
I am at a major crossroad in my life as I have some important decisions to make in regards to what I am going to do for a living. I'm currently an English major and I would like to use this to write for a living. Writing has been a passion of mine for a very long time and it has helped me through some very rough times in my life. However, I have also considered a career in paralegal because I think it would be more practical and something to fall back on if my writing career doesn't work…Continue
I´ve been thinking a lot about this topic recently, as I, like nearly every other human on this planet, have been procrastinating way too much on what I do.
This procrastination has been going on and on and on, and it seems to be something that seems to be limiting me in my goals, and my happiness. Especially because I´m the kind of person that feels bad if I don´t do something or do something wrong...
If you really think about procrastination, and why it…
Well, midterm has come and gone and I'm doing quite well. I ended up getting an A on my network neutrality informative essay and my overall grade for the English class at midterm was 97%. Going into my ethics midterm I had a 100% with four 10/10 papers. I ended up getting an 88% on the midterm and now I'm getting a 91% in that class.
I was originally going to do my persuasive essay on the dangers of patriotism but when we came back from spring break my English professor…Continue
Added by Lore on March 27, 2013 at 1:37am — No Comments
ive been on so many spiritual journeys some science some not some weird some not but here i am now and this is where i am at. Thanks, and what do you think about me so far?????
Added by sam fully on March 26, 2013 at 1:36am — No Comments