Daily Archives: March 18, 2018

They’re Coming to Take It Away?…


Date: March 17, 2018

“They’re Coming to Take It Away.”

…That pretty much sums up what the zealots of this world do, to the disenfranchised.

…Legal freedoms…Gone!…

…Safe options…Gone!…

…Peaceful existence…Gone!…

…Public voice…Gone!…

…Political representation…Gone!…

…Right to defend yourself…Gone!…

…And now [actually, for many years] they want the ability of a MAP openly imparting thoughts upon any part of the general population to be stripped away, also?

This is truly the ugliest, most abusive manifestation of zealotry.

There is something I have no rational or moral need to apologize for…yet some zealots have taken it upon themselves to obsess over…because, apparently, they have nothing of real use to apply their lives too…

I have an interest, and find satisfaction, in exploring both theoretical and real world historical, human sexual culture.

Anyone not liking that is not forced to partake…which concludes the issue, from my perspective.

In addition…I don’t need the permission of paranoid bigots, to undertake this venture.

I find a great deal of personal life meaning in it, as do some others…This is the only justification I need.

So many, with their slogans and talking points, are culture shocked by MAPs who discuss the world as it truly exists, without apology.

…Those sorts need to take the time, to get their own heads into the real world…and stop living by dogmas, ignorance and hostile intolerance.

Stephen Hawking’s Stunningly Brilliant & Moral Legacy…


Date: March 18, 2018

01) Stephen Hawking’s Stunningly Brilliant & Moral Legacy


“Stephen Hawking once proclaimed he had gathered experimental evidence that time travel is not possible. The experiment? A party for time travelers he hosted in 2009. But he didn’t send out the invitation until the party was over. I sat there a long time, but no one came, he explained in the documentary Into the Universe. It must be proof time travel is not possible: What self-respecting time traveler could resist the chance to drink champagne with the famed physicist?

Hawking died Wednesday (coincidentally on Albert Einstein’s birthday and Pi Day), at the age of 76 at his home in Cambridge, England. He was a genius but also playful, with an extraordinary ability to bring science to the masses and spark a sense of wonder in us all…

Citation:
https://www.vox.com/science-and-health/2018/3/14/17118626/stephen-hawking-death-life-science-black-holes