I promise that I don’t want to start every one of these off with an apology, but the times demanded I get myself off my butt and put some of my feelings into actual words. As always, I don’t mean to offend anyone, but I’m seeing some very concerning things popping up in my Facebook […]Read more "A Discerning Eye"
I recently came across a cause championed by a professional inspiration of mine, former Mythbuster Adam W. Savage. He posted a video titled “Why I Make” and spent a minute giving the highlights of why he enjoys creating the things that he does and why he enjoys interacting with the work of others as well. […]Read more "Why I Build"
I wanted to take a post to talk about something I’ve been seeing quite a bit of in my internet spheres lately. It’s something that is causing reactions all over the internet and seeping its ugly tentacles from our cubicles to our dinner tables. It’s something that affects all of us equally regardless of age, […]Read more "The Science of Fear: Heroes Feel It Too"
WARNING: This post may be controversial to some, but it’s something I’ve been thinking quite a bit about lately, and the internet’s a free space for the moment. Today is not about how science and religion can work together, that will be another post, today is trying to understand how we got into this argument […]Read more "Fight Night"
Apology time! I know I said a few blogs a month, and I think I’ve managed 1.5? I know everyone trying to get an online message across some form of platform runs into this problem sometimes, so we’ll see what comes of it. I usually don’t get super inspired unless something cool in the science […]Read more "Belated Blogs, Beets, Battlestar Galactica"
Part of this story will relate to how my logical brain and way of thinking intersects with the spiritual realm, I know it will. For now though, allow me to extricate myself from the tsunami of the last three days to get you up to speed. Plenty of personal content to follow, so get ready […]Read more "Crazy: Logic Fails Sometimes"
Flash back to Bible times with me; electricity hasn’t been discovered yet, mankind was still warring with swords and shields, and Steve Jobs hadn’t yet blown collective minds with his little iPhone. I’d like to think that, had I been around, I would have been a carpenter. I took two wood shop classes in high […]Read more "The Disciple of Logistics"