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Constructive Autodidacticism & Knowledge

In the ever-changing digital era, autodidacticism is the best practice anyone could ever engage in regardless of their educational background. According to Wikipedia, “an autodidact is an individual who chooses the subject they will study, their studying material and the studying rhythm and time. An autodidact may or may not have formal education, and their […]

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Vault 7: Wikileaks, Paradigm Shifts & Rule of Law

This is how Vault 7 is shifting the world. When we look into universal natural law… a big question arises: What is the origin of the laws? The history of physics shows that many of the greatest minds wondered the same thing, and they  through science developed a connection or a disconnection to spirituality. Stephen Hawking, […]

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Humanity, Routines & Laws of Nature

Is social congruence reality or utopia?   #Philosophy is  packed with dichotomies.  A good example is  logic vs. common sense. Even though we might understand the obvious in a particular situation (common sense), we might still not understand the details of its mechanics (logic). The universe is full of patterns, often defined by what we […]

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Anarchy Against The Machine

Anarchy could be seen as an evolutionary perk of the established society. It is built on the desire to change, upgrade and disrupt the malfunctioning systems. Revolution is a natural, sensible reaction when it comes to system-failure. Computers are programmed to execute error functions when the software is not working. Similarly, when social harmony  is […]

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Karma, Metempsychosis & Classical Mechanics

What is karma? How can we understand it from a scientific perspective? According to the Online Etymology Dictionary, the word derives from Sankrit (primary language in Hinduism) meaning “action, work, deed; fate”. Karma is often associated with the concept of metempsychosis (transmigration of the soul), which was established by Pherecydes of Syros (6th century BC). […]

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Scientific Laws, Dogma & Revolution

The global awakening has created an intellectual revolution. Individuals are questioning their realities; and self-educating on a wide variety of topics. Why is it that so many people see science as a threat to their belief system? According to the English Oxford Dictionary, a law of nature (philosophy) is “a body of unchanging moral principles regarded […]