Monthly Archives: October 2016

Post for Sept 18-24 2016

  TaN: As another rejoinder to a series of previous arguments regarding intelligence (and stupidity).  All people are intelligent.  There are several reasons why some people are considered “unintelligent or stupid” when it is actually an incorrect description. One reason … Continue reading

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Post for Sept 11-17 2016

TaN: In truth, there is no such “animal” as chaos, at least not in the contemporary definition.  In truth, there is order, a system everywhere — even when it appears to be none — be it obvious or subtle. The … Continue reading

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Post for Sep 4-10 2016

TaN: Once again, I reiterate my argument that, according to the Holy Scriptures, since man was made in the (figuratively) image of God, this would have many implications, the first of which is that we likewise have free will.  Another … Continue reading

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Post for Aug 28-Sep 3 2016

TaN: The trouble with solving (national or public) problems by modeling or imitating the successes in other countries is that there are instances where adaptation must first be done prior to implementation — much like what Japan has been doing … Continue reading

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