Monthly Archives: December 2018

Happy New Year

Getting late at night New Year’s Eve here in NZ. Wishing us all a very prosperous and successful 2019.

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A post on Tom’s facebook page – about plate tectonics proving matter creation

Tom made reference to a map of gravity anomalies as evidence for creation of matter. Not necessarily so Tom. If one looks at the earth as a system that is powered internally by a combination of atomic energy from long … Continue reading

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Foundation of Logic – rights

Mark Hubey’s post in Fundations of Logic If x has the right to free food who’s duty is it to provide it? This is a really complex topic. The idea that rights exist independent of responsibilities seems to provide an … Continue reading

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Quora – life extension

Quora – If you could quadruple your lifespan, would it be worth it knowing you will outlive everyone you know now? I would take the opportunity to extend life, indefinitely. The thing most people don’t get yet, is that it … Continue reading

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Email to Zat

Hi Zat I read and enjoyed both The future belongs to Polymaths and There are two ways to read, and while I enjoyed aspects of both, I got serious clashes from both also. In Polymath, you end with “Nothing exists … Continue reading

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Quora – most valuable substance in the future

Quora – What do you think will be the most valuable, useful material of the future? Coal is going to be fairly important in about 20 years and for about 50 years. There are a lot of the metals we … Continue reading

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Quora – human perception

Quora – Do you think all humans perceive reality similarly? Depends what you mean by similarly 😉 To a degree, certainly. We all perceive various frequencies and amplitudes of mechanical stimulation, a small subset of the electromagnetic spectrum, various sets … Continue reading

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