Tagged "science"

Unlike most blogs, this tags page displays pages in forward order, as many of the posts that I make are cumulative and it is better to start at the beginning.

Midwits and Contradictory Evidence

In some recent interactions with midwits, I’ve noticed that they simply can not handle evidence that contradicts their conclusions.


Quercetin Report

This week I had the opportunity to try out a new cold treatment based on the Zelenko treatment protocol for COVID. This is relevant because colds are coronaviruses too.


Let's Build a Mark

I’m going to engage in a bit of speculative theology in this post. Revelation 14:11:

And the smoke of their torment will rise for ever and ever. There will be no rest day or night for those who worship the beast and its image, or for anyone who receives the mark of its name.

I’m going to overinterpret the last clause as as a claim that anyone who receives the mark will become unsavable.


KoMoL Book 1, Chapters 12 and 13

The next several chapters continue to examine the question of what religion does in a polity. Many of these chapters break cleanly into an examination of how Rome treated religion, followed by Machiavelli’s examination of the Christianity/Catholicism of his day, dominated by Rome.