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Can Bill Nye – or any other science show – really save the world?

If anything, from what I saw with the woman who could not sing a note, singing about the millions of Tumblrina genders and sexualities.

I have to say personally, I think TV is pandering too much to the special snowflakes, and we are soon to live in a world where having sex with children will be legal.

If Bill Nye ends up saying that, then I am afraid I am as many will end up checking out life.

Sociology is good for most part, but to be honest, it has now infiltrated its way into everything, and sucked the fun out of it.

It has changed how we treat mental illnesses, it has changed how we see sex and gender without any scientific evidence excepting feelings.

So are Feelings now Scientific Fact?

I was not impressed with what I saw of the show, I am so glad I am not paying a subscription to Netflix.

Sorry to be blunt, but I feel like I am in a world where up is down, and left is right. I cannot handle anymore of this social justice, gneder studies bullshit that is being forced fed in media.

Sorry for being blunt and a downer.

Source: Can Bill Nye – or any other science show – really save the world?

Mental Illness Made Up For Attention?

Mental Illness and the Ego

She raises the same points I feel about people making up mental illnesses, especially the people on Tumblr.

Source: Mental Illness Made Up For Attention?

When You Start Recognizing That You’re Having Fun, Life Can Be Delightful – Jane Birkin | TheSeeds4Life.com

Excellent post about taking time to have fun, though I think I am never going to be able to be happy. But we can always try to be happy.

Source: When You Start Recognizing That You’re Having Fun, Life Can Be Delightful – Jane Birkin | TheSeeds4Life.com

A Comfort Zone Is the Most Dangerous Area Anyone Can Stay In. It Is a Place of No Growth and No Challenges – Brian Cagneey | TheSeeds4Life.com

Please enjoy this post, it is very informative and very true.

Source: A Comfort Zone Is the Most Dangerous Area Anyone Can Stay In. It Is a Place of No Growth and No Challenges – Brian Cagneey | TheSeeds4Life.com

Basics in rational discussion | Felipe Contreras

Lately I’ve been having deep discussions that get so abstract we reach deep into the nature of reality. One might think that in the 21st century we would at least have gotten that right, we c…

Great blog post, enjoyed the detailed analysis. This needs to be read by everybody, because we can all be guilty of Fallacies.

Source: Basics in rational discussion | Felipe Contreras

The power of words | Felipe Contreras

Quite often in a discussion I’ve heard the phrase “semantics”, as if the meaning of words didn’t really matter in a discussion. Words are the building blocks of complex ideas, and if we don’t have …

Source: The power of words | Felipe Contreras

11 Things People Don’t Realize You’re Doing Because You’re A People-Pleaser | Thought Catalog

Great article, I am a people pleaser, and can see myself doing all 11 things. I hate being that way, I hate that I always try and make everyone else happy and not myself.

Like I am self censoring myself to please others, just what the social justice people want.

Please read this, and know there are probably a lot of people like this out there.

Source: 11 Things People Don’t Realize You’re Doing Because You’re A People-Pleaser | Thought Catalog

Compassion, What’s it Worth?

Peace Not Pas

In the Oxford English dictionary, the word compassion is defined as ‘sympathetic pity and concern for the sufferings or misfortunes of others’. The Middle English word is thought to have originated from Anglo-French and in turn from the Late Latin word compassio, meaning to sympathize, to bear, suffer. In numerous philosophies and almost all of the major religions, compassion is ranked as one of the greatest virtues.

The ability to be able to identify with another individual is a key component of what makes us human. Mirrored behaviours start in early infancy, with the mimicking of facial expressions and body movements of parents and carers. Such behaviours are highly related to the concept of compassion.

However the idea that a parent can alienate their own children against the other parent is difficult to understand and comprehend. To engage in such behaviours requires a complete lack of compassion on the part of…

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Why I No Longer Identify as a Feminist – Areo Magazine

| by Helen Pluckrose | I don’t remember ever not being a feminist. I toddled in marches of the 1970s with my mother. She became a second wave feminist in the 1960s after being denied a mortga…

Source: Why I No Longer Identify as a Feminist – Areo Magazine

Gad Saad on Hysteria and “Collective Munchausen” around Donald Trump, Speaking Out as an Academic, and Evolutionary Psychology 101 – Areo Magazine

| by Malhar Mali | “As somebody who escaped Lebanon and actually hid under desks to avoid death squads, I don’t take well to these idiots from Wellesley College who say, ‘I’…

I’ve been thinking this for a while, the whole Munchausen syndrome for social justice warriors and feminists, since they seem to lie a lot about having conditions to get to the top of the Oppression Olympics.

This is very interesting a worth reading Gad Saad is a very intelligent guy, and Munchausen’s is a really interesting subject to read about.

Source: Gad Saad on Hysteria and “Collective Munchausen” around Donald Trump, Speaking Out as an Academic, and Evolutionary Psychology 101 – Areo Magazine