Monthly Archives: November 2012

Science and Einstein’s Brain

Science and Einstein’s Brain Einstein’s brain was removed from his skull and photographed from different angles before it was sectioned into 240 blocks — all to advance the sciences he loved so dearly. Many of the photographs, however, were lost … Continue reading

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Social Evolution

Individuals have vaying and limiting abilities with intelligence, honesty … science: map testing, map improvement. Societies have vaying and limiting abilities with intelligence, honesty … science: map testing, map improvement. The average society will be tectonically stagnant compared to the … Continue reading

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DiLorenzo, Lincoln

/ Reading Notes / DiLorenzo, Thomas, The Real Lincoln: A New Look at Abraham Lincoln, His Agenda, and an Unnecessary War Anyone who embarks on a study of Abraham Lincoln… must first come to terms with the Lincoln myth. The … Continue reading

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pk Quotes 4

/ pk Quotes / spill-over files / Money and good behavior do not go together. Bureaucracy Morons supervised by liars Under the thumb of thieves At Judgment God will be able to say, “I told you so”: and No One, … Continue reading

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Calisthenic Abuse Management

The other morning I did my crunches, thirty of them, my usual. Pushups, jumping jacks, pull-ups … have gone-the-way-of: but crunches I still try to remember to do. Sometimes I’ll do them six days in a row, sometimes months will … Continue reading

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Copy Cat Kleps

Recreating (and advancing) pk’s censored domains: Knatz.com / Teaching / Society / Social Order / Kleptocracy / Luther told people to read the Bible. Tyndale translated the Bible into English. He was executed, first strangled, then burned, same time Columbus … Continue reading

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Civilization vs. Intelligence

Are Humans Becoming Less Intelligent? Humans may be gradually losing intelligence, according to a new study. The study, published today (Nov. 12) in the journal Trends in Genetics, argues that humans lost the evolutionary pressure to be smart once we … Continue reading

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