WordPress G.O.D. Stack: Genesis On Dynamik

Ian Baker - PHP Hammer

“90% of everything is crap” — Sturgeon’s Law I’m in the middle of — yet another! — massive site upgrade over on Weightlifting Academy (my primary business site). And I figured it would be useful to other “DIY Entrepreneurs” out there if I did a series of posts related to HOW I’m doing that, and… [Read More]

Pole Dancing And Paleo-Art: Making John Gurche

John Gurche paleo art

There’s a great collection of the art — paleoart — by John Gurche in this article on Discover Magazine. Gurche combines the rare skills of a strong science education, interest in human origins, and a master-craftsman’s skills as an artist to recreate what our ancient human ancestors might have looked like. I have an interesting… [Read More]

Al Gore the Author

  Al Gore has written another book entitled, “The Assault on Reason.” Here’s Amazon’s Book Description: Book Description A visionary analysis of how the politics of fear, secrecy, cronyism, and blind faith has combined with the degration of the public sphere to create an environment dangerously hostile to reason At the time George W. Bush… [Read More]

A Sweet-Ass, Dirty, & Quick History Of Numbers

by Keith Devlin, lecturing at Stanford: Right at the outset, he describes mathematics as: The Science of Patterns. Given that the human mind can be seen as a giant pattern recognizer, this makes the study of mathematics deeply important to the study of our essential nature. “It could be that the patterns of mathematics are… [Read More]

Human On Hominin Lovin' – A Pleistocene Racists Nightmare

It’s enough to make a Pleistocene racist have a heart attack: Neanderthals making love to Humans, Humans making love to Denisovans, Neanderthals and Denisovans, and more! from John Hawks: The picture of Pleistocene human evolution has come rapidly into focus during the last two years. Before the last 30,000 years, the world was full of… [Read More]

Scientific Literacy & Idiocy In America

According to an article at Science Daily, (as of 2007) only 28% of American’s qualify as “Scientifically Literate”, which they weakly define as able to watch a Nova episode and understand the terms used. If true, this is frightening. Then again, I just wrote a post on my other blog called Diet Pseudoscience, Falsification, &… [Read More]