Cultivating Conflict (Semikolon)

Cultivating Conflict By Kevin Crowley In human relations the pinnacle of conflict is violence and war. But what is the source of this bloody human conflict? Is mankind’s…

Omega (poem)

This is a poem I came up with 11 years ago,and was inspired by…you guessed it, Revelations. I must have been in quite the terrible mood when I wrote this….

The Poor Argument About The Poor Being Relatively Rich

Poverty in America! Ha! They have 50″ plasma TV screens, iphones,  the internet, air-conditioning, and most have such an abundance of food that they’re obese!” This is more-or-less the argument I’ve…

Unseen (poem)

Here is a poem that I came up with back in September, 2005. I was 20 years-old at the time and in the midst of relationship angst. I…

What is Better Than Learning?

What is better than learning? My personal motto when it comes to language learning is from a Japanese proverb which I learned when I was in Japan teaching English….

The Ball Costs Both 5 Cents and 10 Cents

A riddle that stumps most people when first attempted is the baseball-bat problem. Here it is: “A bat and ball cost $1.10.The bat costs one dollar more than…

Dual Inheritance Theory: Cultural and Biological Evolution Combined

After writing my last post about An Exposé on the Evolution of Women’s Body Hair, I gotta thinkin’… Much of the whole debate of that topic, and any topic…

An Exposé on the Evolution of Women’s Body Hair

A hate to do it. I really do. This is not even a subject I feel that passionately about. Well, okay…I guess passionate enough to write a blog…

Anaximander, the Boundless Philosopher

Know A Philosopher: Anaximander, The Boundless (610BCE to 546BCE) This is the second part in the Know A Philosopher series. The first part you can reach here–> Thales,…

Inattentional Blindness and Cultural Selective Attention

     It is common knowledge that we all have a limited capacity or ability to pay attention.  After all, we cannot notice everything in our surroundings nor…