The past sucked. Yet we forget
A major flaw in our brains makes us forget how bad the past was. Most infants died. We lacked food and warmth. Yet some flaw makes us forget
A random collection of back-of-the-envelope calculations, short stories, half-baked arguments, and more.
Many of these relate to the idea of normalcy what it entails and what it does not.
The gist is that we are fortunate to live in a time whose Zeitgeist clashes with the idea of heteronormativity.
Yet, only through exploring what is normal and what is not can we see the depth of the clash.
Climate change, hunger, poverty, and inequality are very hard problems to solve and their solutions suck. But what can we do? Sit and wail?
One can have knowledge that is false, right? Philosophers say no, scientists laugh in disbelief. Rephrasing of: https://youtu.be/gzPF9VajS
The sky is black because the universe is young and finite in size. If we could see all stars in the universe how bright would the sky be?
The first step in any battle is to study one's foe. Only after should fight. These are my first steps in understanding global warming.