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Author Archives: Adam

Bernie Sanders, political struggle and the source of power

extract from a conversation concerning Bernie Sanders spouting Russiagate propaganda: I think Sanders could be pointing out how the Russiagate narrative is being used by establishment democrats to hide the fact that it was them who fucked him and the rest of us over, not Russia. He would lose what little support they give him, and his position in government ... Read More »

Jordan Peterson and Camille Paglia

the following is extracted from a recent conversation on social media: I have had several people mention Jordan Peterson to me this year, or ask my opinion on him. I initially tried to ignore him but he seems to be getting increasingly popular. I sympathize with many of his concerns but have found his scapegoating of postmodernism to be tiresome ... Read More »

The New Left and the Alt-Right

From a conversation following the Charlottesville violence in August 2017: The problem many of us, (and I mean lots of people I know personally and on the internet that are not usually conservative but are deeply concerned with the trajectory of this repressive attitude in the “Left”), is the way that the caricature of a “Nazi” or white supremacist, or ... Read More »

The Gravity of the Situation: The Ends of Science; Fact and Fiction

The more we study gravitation, the more there grows upon us the feeling that there is something peculiarly fundamental about this phenomenon to a degree that is unequaled among other natural phenomena. Its independence of the factors that affect other phenomena and its dependence only upon mass and distance suggest that its roots avoid things superficial and go down deep ... Read More »

question/discussion on Fourier uncertainty, time and equal temperament

Drew asked: So would you say that time is the solution to the problem in our problem of equal temperament. Because the instrument cannot flux like a 3rd dimensional object that when folded makes a shape that cannot reconstruct the original object Unlike the rhythms of nature, a force integrated in time whose ebb and flow create a single unbroken ... Read More »


General overview of Cancer from a holistic perspective: http://www.westonaprice.org/modern-diseases/a-holistic-approach-to-cancer/ A somewhat technical speculation on the important function of tumors: http://www.westonaprice.org/modern-diseases/cancer-to-the-rescue/ Cancer and diet: http://perfecthealthdiet.com/2011/09/toward-an-anti-cancer-diet/ http://perfecthealthdiet.com/2011/09/an-anti-cancer-diet/ Cancer and Energetics: http://www.i-sis.org.uk/Cancer_a_Redox_Disease.php Read More »

About “phase”

The concept of “phase” in science is quickly becoming a key metaphor for understanding the relationships between disparate fields both in the realm of discourse and the realm of the world at large.  It helps us get to the heart of what can be considered a coherent field or entity in the first place, and therefore what creates the very ... Read More »


The great cultural philosopher Oswald Spengler once said of America that we were a bunch of dollar trappers with no past and no future. Spengler’s sentiment is now a common reaction against a nation that has since Spengler’s time spread its end-of-history madness across the globe. To Spengler, we were just the decadent phase of European culture- its “civilization” phase, ... Read More »


Recent article that puts HIV in perspective: http://www.townsendletter.com/July2012/ruggiero0712.html And a film made a while back on the history of this controversy.  I will be covering the fascinating semiotics of this subject in my book: Read More »