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Supernormal Stimuli: The Seduction of Our Senses

A comic by Stuart McMillen about how we are supernormally stimulated in our modern world through TV, media, pornography, etc. Resulting in a drastic shift in how we entertain ourselves and achieve satiation.

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How to Harness the Dark Side of the Force

Yoda spoke of the destructive power of anger, but not of the constructive power. There are two sides to every coin; every truth is a paradox. Sith lords wield great power because of their ability to tap into their emotions. While controlling emotions like anger and sadness is optimal, these […]

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To You, The Bringers of Light

Hey you. You are being called out. You are not like most people, are you? Not like your family, or most of your friends. You have a knowing. It may be small now, but it is there nonetheless. You have a knowing that there is more to this life than […]

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GÖD, Emergence, Life

Can an omnipotent God create a task he is unable to complete? Is perception limited, if only temporarily, with a growing infinite? Does my creator pose the same questions to his creator as I pose to him? Does my creator’s creator pose the same questions to his creator?...break;The Incompleteness Theorems […]

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Imagine

Need some motivation or a quick change in thinking? Check out this new graphical motivator :) Imagine a world where... well I'm not going to tell you about the world in this excerpt! You have to click through to see the whole picture. By the way, have a freaking fantastic […]

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Oh It’s Delicious, This Thing Called Life

"Oh it's delicious, this thing called life. It's a scrumptious experience, no? Are you not allowed to experience everything? The tears, the joy, the pain,the gladness, the exaltation, the massive depression, the win, the loss the draw? What more is there?"Here's a short and sweet post aimed at reminding […]

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The Fable of the Zen Master

Here's another graphic going along with the theme of the most recent post about not resisting. It tells the short story of a zen master and his simple mantra on how to not judge an event, no matter how great or horrible it may seem at the time. Enjoy :)