To my self 40 years younger: you know

Had you had that confidence at the age of 17, I’m confident I would be in a very similar situation as I am right now but with a memory of a life lived differently.   I can’t tell if it would be happier or not, but I do know I would have had more time for doing what I love most: solitude, contemplation, and living simply.   I’m guessing I would be here similarly situated but with more stories that I would be eager to tell.   My lack of confidence in what I knew to be true denied me those stories of living an authentic life.


Injustice in Dedomenocracy

Government of data and urgency permits as bright-data the observations of events leading up to the then-interpreted injustice and the observation of the terms of the subsequent settlement.   The only data that is excluded is the dark-data of the now-settled prior-claim of injustice.

Virtual matters

We are entering a period of government by the anonymous who have taken over the intellectual properties of the traditional establishment, including political parties and legacy media.


Social Media Algorithms and Trump

For those who were surprised by this recent election, be prepared to be even more surprised by the next one.


My Thoughts on MGTOW

To give this concept a name to contrast with MGTOW, I suggest the term MUTAW: men unable to afford women.


Affording health insurance

I have been spending a lot of time trying to rationalize the increase in health insurance premiums that I’ll have to pay in 2017.  The new rate will be more than double the rate for 2016, and more than 5 times what it was before affordable care act was passed. To be fair, this increase…


Dark nothing hypothesis macro-sized particles

The popular dark-matter hypothesis takes for granted the existence of fundamental particles that are outside of human capacity to observe. The hypothesis in the first article is that these hidden particles are as-yet undetected peers of sub-atomic particles we already know. The lack of perturbation of post-collision dark matter implies that if such sub-atomic dark-matter particles exist, they do not collide individually like particles we know. My conjecture is that the entire blob depicted in ghastly blue in the visualization is a single particle, or an agglomeration of galaxy-sized fundamental particles. The collisions didn’t affect these particles because the collisions are trivial for the scale of these particles.