A thought experiment designed for the epitome of critical thought.
You may not realize the mental overload, until you reach burnout and experience feelings of abandonment and emptiness. The mind is always preoccupied with acquiring more ideas for success, the overwhelming desire to accomplish and conquer. Fear of the unknown, fear of an unknown future leads the thinking process to spiral into waves of inner turmoil.
"All that I know is that I know nothing", said Socrates, the Ancient philosophical thoughts. Yet, so many who know less want to be "in authority" and "in command" of factors. This content will be a exclusive one that refutes that right to be in unearned energy and control of factors, and looks at factors from a different viewpoint. To my way of considering, the individual who knows everything or believes they know everything and says it has already published "poor fool" as a tatoo on their temple in my view and mostly my truth. Sure, I am a push over for the individual who really does know something, but does not say too much or feature meaninglessly, but as for the individual who "knows everything and that is that", that is the most neurotic, restricted and tired thoughts there really is existing really when you really get down to it. Let us get down to company here here with the next passage.
A search for an alternative for extraterrestrial life nearer than ever.
I review this book that traces the history of the ideas behind the computer from Leibniz to Turing.
Pseudoscience has become a buzzword for skeptics to brush off practices such as ghost hunting. This article asks the question, is psuedoscience a word that carries any weight or well defined meaning, or simply a way of brushing off ideas we don’t believe need considering?