a dark matter

In atomic potentiation, and the arrangement of the particle’s constituents, there must be, inevitably, particles that are, and remain, undifferentiated ‘raw’ particles, having not, by a process made understandable by understanding embryonic stem cells which, from a blastocyst are pluripotent stem cells, obtained structural formation instruction. This means they can divided into more types of … Continue reading a dark matter

Goodbye, Heloise (or the Death of Reason), 1st draft

Goodbye, Heloise (or, the Death of Reason) 2017   The Renaissance has come and gone And those savants whose minds, who've shown fountains of wisdom and repose And yet synthetic breeds disease, The victory sickness, joy fatigue; Stimulation numbness, Too fragile for a breeze. There once was an age of Reason ‘Till the death of Heloise … Continue reading Goodbye, Heloise (or the Death of Reason), 1st draft

5 Political Policies from History (Dumber than Trump’s Wall)

Do you think politicians have never made ridiculous laws and enforce absurd punishments? Oh, you sweet naive theoretical person. For anyone caught up in the craziness of modern politics, I'd like to share some of history's most ridiculous laws and their effects. 5) Books are Imprisoned in Pre-Revolutionary France When you think about the French … Continue reading 5 Political Policies from History (Dumber than Trump’s Wall)