Today, I will write for myself. I'll write how I want to write: long sentences and big words. Sesquipedelian. This effort is all to rediscover the power of the vernacular my parents gave me, a gift as invaluable as power itself. Language matters My mission to become more accessible to whoever might read my work [...]
An old meditation about he relationship between Imagination and Intellectual Honesty, and how Einstein's popular allegories blur the line between the two. February 27 2012 The trend amongst proponents of new-age thinking and believers of everything illogical is to hold imagination as "better" or more important than knowledge. This seems to result from the human [...]
Science according to Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, is "a systematic enterprise that creates, builds and organises knowledge in the form of testable explanations and predictions about the universe." Scientific Observation The same article, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Science, says that contemporary science is typically subdivided into the natural sciences, which study the material world, the social sciences, which study people and [...]
Not too many are willing to speak on The Devil's behalf. Many less are eager to play The Devil's Advocate. This piece is my translation of Valente Delmar's stance against the parties of God and the Church on my behalf about their use of disinformation to control society. Originally posted here: https://bit.ly/3kKM0uv If we put [...]
10 Quotes about the complex and beautiful relationship between art and science.
A short video explaining the basic principles of vaccine science.
Seth Godin's proposal for a modern curriculum is a framework for a more balanced, more critical, and fairer society.
A short introduction for The Devil Unbound's podcast. It explains some of the reasons for this project.
5 Quotes about the Devil I find absolutely ridiculous.
On the animal origins of the Coronavirus - SARS-CoV-2. By Jerry A. Coyne, Evolutionary biologist, PhD. He is Emeritus Professor in the Department of Ecology and Evolution at the University of Chicago and was a member of both the Committee on Genetics and the Committee on Evolutionary Biology