Category Archives: Philosophy


I’ve recently noticed a new geological phrase in use – “Deep Time”, for example: Do we junk notions of ‘deep time’ and geology as a way of understanding the world simply because the depositional record is incomplete in places? Source … Continue reading

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For better or worse but WordPress isn’t the easiest of online publication methods to master.  I often wonder whether software engineers” actually understand how humans think and act when they code software. I suspect its because they don’t know how … Continue reading

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Deja Vu

Every so often I see something I know is novel and which I could not possibly have seen before, as something familiar and one of those “I’ve seen this before” moments.  This occurred last week when I received some DVD’s … Continue reading

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Years ago when I came across a book “The Holographic Universe” by Michael Talbot, followed on by Eric Lerner’s book “The Big Bang Never Happened” and Amit Goswami’s “The Self-Aware Universe”, circa 1993 CE, I attempted to understand it by … Continue reading

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Religious versus Scientific Thinking

Stated simply religious thinking always questions the data and never the theory. Conversely scientific thinking questions the theory and not the data. Religious minds are thus invariably dogmatic and totalitarian, depending on the nature of the religious authority, be it … Continue reading

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Alternative Views

I came across an interesting website summarising many taboo topics including Velikovskian themes, Tesla history and associated ideas, some rather ancient, leading to the observation that there isn’t all that much new under the sun. I’m still bogged down in … Continue reading

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Darwin and Velikovsky – Ginenthal

I’ve finally finished reading Charles Ginenthal’s last book, published posthumously, about a new theory explaining biological evolution.  Not so new in that others have previously proposed it, but in this work Ginenthal supplies a lot of physical evidence in support … Continue reading

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