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The Songs You Didn’t Know You Loved

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

One of my new Austrian friends asked me the other day what music I like. I hesitated for a long time and didn’t really give a good answer, though I have weeks of music on my computer that I love to listen to. This post is effectively a mixtape of music that I won’t be […]

It is not invisible, but lost like a forest for the trees.

Friday, August 26th, 2011

This poem is a constant work in Progress. Which is hilarious because it is about an obscure flavor of Christianity called Process Theology. As such, these words constantly work to reflect an asymptotically and therefore eternally refining theory of eschatology, metaphysics, ontology, and most importantly me. It’s called,  “It is not invisible, but lost like […]


Thursday, August 11th, 2011

This came from a discussion-argument on Facebook I had with a friend. I haven’t ever lined my thoughts out so precisely, so it’s become a post for my records and yours. Overpopulation can not be in and of itself be the problem. There are other populations that are larger in number and in consumptive force […]

Global Warming: Is Al Gore a Deceptacon?

Friday, August 5th, 2011

This post is the end result of feelings I felt from this article on Global Warming. To be honest, I didn’t read it all. I didn’t even read most of it. Frankly, I don’t care whether global warming is real, fake, a deceptacon, werewolf, or Al Gore. I don’t care if it needs to […]