Quote – “The Real Meaning Behind Anti-Science” – 4/5/2022

“Anti-science: universally agreeing with science. When a politician will say, ‘follow the science’, they won’t be for science, because that politician is telling you to agree with the science, without ever questioning the legitimacy behind the data. When the scientific method must require falsifiability for itself to be disprovable, then it is science. And when […]

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Philosophy – “If all is Subjective, then Why Take Offense?” – 8/23/2021

“The interpreted insult could come back in being redirected into something different, soon interpreted into a correction made by the insulter.” – Modern Romanticism Why take offense at the insult if all is subjective, or if all is relative? The relativist notion, if to take Einstein’s theory through the metaphorical light, could mean that the […]

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Excerpt – “As Love is more Logical than Science” – 7/13/2021

In love displaying no function, makes among emotions the manipulative assets or resources that a business world would hold for advantageous gain. Material gain, that is, since among function there are the manipulated emotions that reveal their short-term use. What is most useful is also considered the most logical, though within the short-term. Comprehensive of […]

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Philosophy – “Why Love doesn’t Comprehend Time” – 5/15/2021

“As we love, we feel the other person, never ourselves. To this degree, we realize that through such love, it does not die, even in death. Within our heart, we feel them. To feel the other person has us comprehend the limitlessness of our beloved’s existence, even during the flesh’s non-existence.” – Modern Romanticism Love […]

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Philosophy – “The Infinity of Love & the Universe” – 5/5/2021

“Displace yourself from what the skies know, to all your arms have carried. You know, in your heart, the human nature that demands to keep carrying. Beneath the Heavens, and we catch the rain.” – Modern Romanticism Love is, what humans aren’t. A divine element of the universe, unable to be totally fathomed by the […]

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Philosophy – “The Two-Step Sequence to Problem Solving” – 2/13/2021

“Without the desire to care, one cannot advance to where one solves what is wrong. With all the knowledge in the world, there is none that can teach a person to admit a problem exists.” – Modern Romanticism Wandering to a bookstore to purchase a volume that teaches a person how to solve a problem, […]

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Philosophy – “Why Science cannot Study Love” – 1/27/2021

“There comes a moment between a daunting pair for both sets of eyes, when something occurs from nothing. That is love. That is what nothing can observe, other than the two who came to comprehend what they felt.” – Modern Romanticism There are far too many scientific research studies attempting to predict or to replicate […]

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Quote – “Why Perfection does not Exist” – 1/22/2021

“If a person’s salvation lies upon understanding who they are, then to the concept of perfection, we should immediately know it cannot be identified with. For at the heart of all beings, we are alike. Imperfect to know each other, and never perfect enough to withstand each other.” – Modern Romanticism

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Chapter Four – Part IV – “As Science Replaces Subtlety with Shock Value” – Philosophy – 1/20/2021

“For the sake of love, or even for the love of God, science only questions what can be questioned, again afterwards. Never-ending question comes from unceasing confusion and the same lack of clarity that love nor responsibility had never touched. Such would make of itself belonging in the same comparison to a psychopath, that through […]

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Quote – “What is God?” – 1/9/2021

“To explain the concept as the ‘Big Bang’ might be the same as to wonder how something comes from nowhere. To this extent, one should then go to explain how love works. If God is love, then He holds not a creator of His own. If something can arrive from nowhere, being of love, being […]

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Quote – “Science is…” – 12/8/2020

“Science is not the encouragement of wisdom, in terms of teaching all to learn from their mistakes. Rather, science teaches us to learn from someone else’s mistakes, to gain benefits from someone else’s misfortune.” – Modern Romanticism

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