In March of 2009, I publicly lambasted President Obama for appointing an outer space fanatic to head NASA. The President called for another mission to the moon (yawn), but instead NASA bombed it for no reason. I got a lot of flack from the experts, including one commenter named “Basdv.”
Yet in response to my trenchant criticism (and NASA’s going off the deep-end), Obama changed his mind, basically eliminating NASA altogether. The space lobby even trotted out Neil Armstrong to make some statements, despite his suspicious identity. Without a manager, hopefully Houston will have another problem sooner than later.
UPDATE: Thousands of readers wrote in to condemn me for wishing that NASA would repeat the incident involving Jim Lovell. On the contrary, by “another problem” I mean an existential crisis for NASA itself.
Quick question: If we can’t even rely on scientists to understand a finite man-made mechanism and situation in one finite part of Earth, then how can rely on scientists to design other areas of public policy, like climate change?
My most dedicated readers will recall my groundbreaking work at the intersection of brain and pain studies. My major post on the topic is here. In that post I proffer myriad arguments and proofs that demonstrate conclusively that beyond a reasonable doubt the human mind/brain is located everywhere. The brain system (as I would say now, having developed the theory further) is analogous to other biological systems, e.g. the immune system or language system or digestive system. Even though mainstream science has obfuscated this truth, it is immediately obvious upon clear and distinct contemplation.
Just recently the New York Times published research verifying my findings, even drawing up a diagram eerily similar to my own. The upshot of the NYT study is that our “brains” don’t actually do all the thinking – our bodies think too! Furthermore, the NYT focused on the hardest case – abstract concepts. I had focused only on pain sensation, because in that case the transbody location of the brain is so obvious. But I am merely providing the shoulders for giants.
All of those who doubted in the comments of my post should be ashamed of themselves.
Tina Saey attempts to show that Westerners are inferior, which can’t be true since we gave us science, math, buildings, literature, food, and knowledge.
Scientists undermine their own consensus yet again, proving that oxygen is irrelevant to life.
The world continues to misunderstand naturalism. Everything, including oil spills, is the results of natural processes. Letting the oil gush into the Atlantic is the same as letting trees grow in a forest, or playing Frisbee, or birds building nests. No one but me seems to realize that “pollution” is an incoherent notion.
Thank you for your letters and other missives while I was away. I have now fully recovered. My chiropractor successfully reduced the dopamines in my metalimbic pathway, and I’m feeling serene. In fact, with my new appetite I’ve been gorging on Omega 3’s, no matter what the lipids people say.
The first step will be to respond to the hundreds upon tens of comments left during my absence. While the cat is away, the mice commit many logical fallacies.